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Mentally morbid is a lighthearted show centered on the world of psychology. The hosts, Kayla, Kinsey, & Anni, bring you weekly stories that will make you question the world we live in and laugh along the way. It will delight your inner morbid being that craves the dark, the gruesome, and the interestingly brutal… while feeding your inner nerd. With self-deprivation and a splash of fun we bring you the outrageous from the human psyche. Join us every Tuesday!
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A Podcast for all things dark and disturbing, true crime, paranormal, weird, horror, esoteric, science, mental health, history, philosophy and all sorts of fucked up. I'm Lea, I'm a phone sex operator and writer and I have an obsession with everything morbid, if you do too, maybe you'll dig it.
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Hey there! This is a personalized podcast channel dedicated to a variety of topics, such as mental health and an array of taboo subjects. If you’re okay with delving into your psyche (and probably mine as well), enjoying some morbid humor, and just listening to some raw material, feel free to tag along and listen to my content! ❤️ Cover art photo provided by Paul Skorupskas on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@pawelskor
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Why Do We Do That? is a psychology podcast that deconstructs human behavior from the perspectives of social scientists, psychologists, and others that use applied psychology in their work.
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The Writing Glitch is brought to you by Dotterer Educational Consulting. Our Founder and Owner, Cheri Dotterer, is the host. Build courage, compassion, and collaboration to help students thrive and grow leaders that transcend a lifetime, regardless of dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, using sensory-motor processing and neuroscience-based instructional interventions. No Pencil Required! We interview teachers, therapists, and parents about how they have seen a transformation in children h ...
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Weigh In Radio

WeighInRadio

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A weight loss podcast dedicated to motivate, educate, and inspire others to be successful with their own weight loss struggles. Hosted, and produced by Don Moe a former almost 500 lb male who struggled with morbid obesity for over 30 years until bariatric surgery changed his life. After he lost 250 lbs in 15 months, Don dedicated his life to telling his story in the hopes it would help others. This show interviews other weight loss patients who have battled obesity and won, regardless of the ...
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Hop aboard from the rooms to the world: Pirate Mike and OyveyAA, two recovered friends from opposite ends of the globe, share their experience in recovery, their world travels, and the challenges and joys of navigating sobriety across borders. Let’s set sail! Take your freedom, take your Higher Power, and GO! You can reach us at our email address sobersojournspodcast@gmail.com or Instagram @oyveyaa and @suchasally. We would love to hear from you!
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Misfit Babble

CeCe The Lioness

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Just a misfit talking about life. Contains LGBTQ+ content, mental health content, and music commentary. This podcast is a safe haven for everyone who feels like a misfit or weirdo that struggles to fit into society.
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Mind Syrup Podcast

Ken Chance, D. Div.

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Ken Chance began his recovery on January 10, 1994. Ten months later he was suicidal and entered a psychiatric hospital were he was diagnosed with major clinical depression. Ken was a "dual diagnosis" patient.From that experience he made a personal commitment to talk about depression in 12 step meetings for alcoholism. Despite the protestations of others, who believed in one primary purpose, Ken persisted saying: "I have one primary purpose - to live life happy, joyous, and free."In 2010 Ken ...
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We discuss all things psychology, self-help, and Zen Buddhist philosophy. Explore relationships, healing trauma, inner-child wound recovery, and explore ways to attain inner peace. Visit MyMuddyPath.com for free resources and weekly Zen.
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Health Charcha

HT Smartcast Originals

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Medtronic in association with HT Smartcast presents 'Health Charcha' - a virtual mentor that you can listen to and learn a lot about the latest medical therapies and how to take care of your health with some helpful tips and much more. This is an HT Smartcast Original. Disclaimer - This is a public awareness initiative by Medtronic. This podcast represents the personal views of all the medical professionals interviewed here. These views are intended for general information and educational pu ...
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Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center

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We are the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center, a network of maternal health equity experts and organizations working to make real change for women and birthing people in the U.S. Our podcast is a series of episodes connecting around culture, lifting voices and stories, exploring innovations in maternal care and discussing ways we can center equity in the way we approach our health and wellness. Learn more about us, explore our resource center and find support for all maternal hea ...
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Communication is the cornerstone of any relationship, but its significance is magnified in the parent-child dynamic. In this conversation, Billy Ivanova emphasizes that effective communication is not just about talking; it’s about listening, understanding, and connecting on a deeper level. ***********************************************************…
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In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ryan Moyer speaks with emotion researcher Dr. June Tangney about shame & guilt. They discuss the difference between guilt & shame, why some people feel more shame than others, whether or not shame can be a good thing, cultural differences in experiencing shame, and how to effectively cope with feelings of guilt &…
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In this episode of The Writing Glitch, I speak with Jacqueline Davies, the founder of Clever Noodle, a company that creates games aligned with the science of reading. We discuss the importance of evidence-based reading instruction, the role of games in literacy development, and the challenges of addressing the literacy crisis in our schools. Jacque…
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In this episode of The Writing Glitch podcast, host Cheri Dotterer welcomes Ashton Rosenhiser, a passionate visual note-taker from Nova Scotia, Canada. Ashton shares her journey of combining creativity with effective communication through her Minds Eye Creative Consulting venture. Tune in to discover practical visual note-taking strategies that can…
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In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ryan Moyer speaks with behavioral scientist Dr. Coltan Scrivner about morbid curiosity. They discuss the different domains of morbid curiosity, if morbidly curious people are less empathetic, what attracts us to horror & true crime content, and potential benefits of being curious about danger. For more on Coltan,…
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In our season finale, OyveyAA and Pirate Mike are joined by their friend (and first guest!) Morbid Reflection. Thank you for listening to the first season of this voyage! You can reach us at our email address sobersojournspodcast@gmail.com or Instagram @oyveyaa and @suchasally. We would love to hear from you!…
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Welcome to another episode of "The Writing Glitch: Hacking Dysgraphia—No Pencil Required." Today, we're diving deep into the world of number sense, focusing on children, especially those facing learning challenges such as dyscalculia. Joining us is Jonily Zupancic, who brings her expert insights into the often misunderstood concept of number sense.…
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In this episode, hosted by Dorothy Cilenti, Professor at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Dorothy is talking with Lindsey Yates and Natalie Hernandez, editors of the third edition of The Practical Playbook. This collaborative guide addresses maternal health disparities, focusing on BIPOC communities in the United States. Learn how t…
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In this episode, host Andrea Serano, Interim Director at Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere (ROSE), is talking with Milan Spencer, Associate Director of Workforce Development and Partnerships at the Black Mamas Matter Alliance (BMMA). BMMA serves as the national voice and coordinating entity for stakeholders advocating for Black maternal health rights…
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As we dive into another episode of "The Writing Glitch," we're reminded of the power of resilience and determination. Today, we had the privilege of hearing from retired Lieutenant Colonel Jason Pike, whose story is nothing short of inspirational. Jason's journey began with the struggles of learning disabilities, identified early in his life. Despi…
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In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ryan Moyer speaks with professor of psychology and co-author of "Moral Combat: Why the War on Violent Video Games Is Wrong", Dr. Chris Ferguson, about the relationship between video games and mental health. They discuss whether or not violent video games cause violent behavior, the challenges in measuring the imp…
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Welcome to the (other) City of Lights! OyveyAA and Pirate Mike tell the tale of a less-than-zero-hero's journey there and back again. Join us as we try (And Fail) not to Shit-talk NA. Wait, you were expecting a travelogue? You can reach us at our email addresssobersojournspodcast@gmail.com or Instagram @oyveyaa and @suchasally. We would love to hea…
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In a world where education is constantly evolving, it's essential to explore innovative approaches that cater to students' diverse needs. Recently, I had the privilege of interviewing Jeffrey Benson, a seasoned educator, author, and advocate for creating inclusive and supportive learning environments. In our conversation, Benson shared his wisdom o…
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In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ryan Moyer speaks with play expert, Dr. Peter Gray about his book, Free to Learn: Why Unleashing the Instinct to Play Will Make Our Children Happier, More Self-Reliant, and Better Students For Life. They discuss the characteristics of an activity that allow it to be considered play, the developmental skills learn…
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Welcome to a special edition of The Writing Glitch podcast, where we delve into the fascinating world of puppetry and its role in enhancing literacy skills. In this episode, we enjoyed hosting Carol Richards and Linnea Smith, the dynamic duo behind Richard's Learning Systems. This revolutionary literacy program incorporates puppets, animation, and …
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OyveyAA and Pirate Mike take you on a Roman holiday in our first More About... mini(ish) episode. Watch out for those teeny-tiny cars as you rush off to world-class meetings-after-the-meetings, and please remember do not sit on the Spanish Steps! You can reach us at our email address sobersojournspodcast@gmail.com or Instagram @oyveyaa and @suchasa…
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In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ryan Moyer speaks with social psychologist Dr. Kate Sweeny about the psychology of uncertainty. They discuss the upside of worrying, how uncertainty compares to other life stressors, what types of people are better at worrying, and effective vs. ineffective coping strategies. For more on Kate, visit www.katesween…
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In this episode of The Writing Glitch podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Joe Houghton, a remarkable educator, photographer, and University College Dublin Innovation Academy fellow. Our conversation delved into the evolving landscape of education, particularly in the context of remote learning and the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some key ta…
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Trigger warning: this episode includes information about death and dying. Death has historically been a fear for many people, and for good reason. During this episode, Kinsey highlights factors that cause death anxiety and what populations statistically are more comfortable with dying. We also learn that there was a president that died of buttermil…
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In this heartfelt episode of The Writing Glitch Podcast, host Cheri Dotterer, an Occupational Therapist and recovering dysgraphic, delves into the transformative power of play and emotional learning with guest Paul Zolman. Zolman discovered an unconventional path to aiding children's social and emotional development through his groundbreaking game …
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Trigger warning: this episode talk about sexual acts of children prompted by an adult. The birth of Bruce and Brian Reimer was typical; two healthy boys of middle class parents in the 1960’s. What happened only months later was far from typical as Bruce underwent surgery that changed the course of his life forever. This week, Kayla shares the story…
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In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ryan Moyer speaks with professor of psychology Dr. Ellen Langer about mindfulness and her new book, The Mindful Body: Thinking Our Way to Chronic Health. They discuss the difference between mindfulness and mindlessness, how our thoughts & mindsets can limit our potential, why the mind should not be thought of as …
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In today's episode, we leave school and enter the workplace with special guest, Katherine McCord, HR Diversity Specialist. Having disabilities herself, she is sensitive to the impact diversity and inclusion have on long-term employment. She provides actionable insights and resources to support and advocate for neurodiverse individuals. Bio: Katheri…
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Trigger Warning: This episode discusses abduction, sexual assault, and abuse of a child. The abduction of Kara Robinson is well known after her story surfaced in the mainstream media. She found strength in sharing her story and using her voice for both herself and for those who do not have one. But what about her parents? In this week's episode, Ki…
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In this inspiring episode, we delve into the unique and motivating journey of Hillary Glaser, who overcame her personal challenges with reading comprehension and dysgraphia to carve a successful path in digital marketing and dedicated her business to her mother and stepmother. As a mother of children with ADHD and autism, Hillary shares her insight…
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In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ryan Moyer speaks with ADHD expert, Dr. Stephen Faraone. They discuss the primary symptoms of ADHD, the difference between normal inattentiveness and ADHD, genetic vs. environmental factors, and effective ADHD treatments. For more on Stephen, visit www.adhdevidence.org. Why Do We Do That? is a psychology podcast …
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In today's episode, Cheri engages in a profound conversation with Russell Van Brocklen, a dyslexia specialist from Westlake, New York. Russell shares his unique journey of overcoming dyslexia and details his innovative approach, known as the Writing Method, which has significantly improved the writing skills of high school students with dyslexia. D…
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In this episode, Dr. Sarah Verbiest dives into a crucial conversation about disability and maternal health with Mallory Cyr, Program Manager of Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs at the Association for Maternal and Child Health Programs. Join as they explore the broad spectrum of disability, discussing chronic illness, physical and s…
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In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ryan Moyer speaks with behavioral scientist & motivation expert Dr Ayelet Fishbach about motivation and her new book, Get it Done: Surprising Lessons from the Science of Motivation. They discuss the one trait that all goals should have, how to use framing & incentives to motivate behavior, why the middle of pursu…
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Join us in this empowering episode as Erin McClain, Assistant Director and Research Associate at the UNC Collaborative for Maternal and Infant Health, delves into a crucial conversation with Chauntel Norris, Co-director of the Alabama Prison Birth Project and Co-founder of Baobab Birth Collective. Discover the groundbreaking work of the Alabama Pri…
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In today's episode, Cheri delves into the world of digital solutions for learning disabilities. Joined by Marty Schultz, co-founder of Objective Ed, they explore groundbreaking tools designed for students with dyslexia, visual impairments, and other reading challenges. Discover how Objective Ed's digital curriculum, including the Braille AI tutor a…
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Ethics are highly valuable in the world of research, but how far were scientists willing to go to collect data? In this episode, Kayla shares the Tuskegee Study- a well known experiment known for its ethical violations and how it was the catalyst for current regulations in research. Also, apparently permanent tattoos are not always permanent.…
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In this episode, host Dr. Alison Steube discusses the Motherhood Career Tax with Tina Sherman, Senior Campaign Director at MomsRising. Tina, a seasoned advocate, legislative aide, and certified birth doula, shares her wealth of experience in supporting and empowering mothers and families. Discover the multifaceted challenges faced by mothers, from …
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Trigger Warning: This episode discusses murder and sex work. Sex workers are often known to have high victimization rate among homicide and other severe crimes. But why aren’t we doing anything about it? Join us this week as Kinsey shares the terrible story of Joel the Ripper and why he chose this population for murder. We also talk about the histo…
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In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ryan Moyer speaks with sociolinguist Dr. Valerie Fridland about speech & society and her new book, Like, Literally, Dude: Arguing for the Good in Bad English. They discuss whether or not there is a "right way" to speak English, how social class can drive changes in speech, why um's & likes can be useful, and how …
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In this episode, join Kelli Sheppard, Communications Director at the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center, as she explores the groundbreaking PM3 app. Developed in collaboration with Black women, PM3 aims to transform postpartum care and maternal health outcomes through mobile technology. Dr. Rasheeta Chandler and Sherilyn Francis share t…
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Today's episode is from a masterclass that I presented several years ago. Form Constancy is a visual perceptual concept that impacts letters like b,d,p,q or numbers 2 and 5. The event began by defining dysgraphia. If you need to see images, check out the YouTube channel @cheridotterer. Introduction: The episode starts with an exploration of dysgrap…
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