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Wisdom Shared with Carole Blueweiss

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Wisdom Shared with Carole Blueweiss

Carole Blueweiss, Damas Manderson, Dina Manderson

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Meet the experts on the frontlines: the parents of children with special or unique needs. What do they wish they knew then that they know now? These parents share their insights and experiences with traditional and non-traditional professionals, their advice, and their wisdom. The lessons learned are valuable for all parents, health care workers, and educators.
 
Life is full of surprises—both good and bad. Every person has a way of dealing with daily ups and downs. One of those ways is running. For many, running is more than just exercise. It’s an escape, a personal oasis of controlled release from the daily grind. Just as no runner is exactly the same, neither are their stories. Join host Amanda Loudin (from popular blog misszippy1.com), as she steps away from the keyboard and picks up a microphone, to share incredible running stories.
 
An honest, eye-opening, mother-daughter conversation that’s different than most. Join Jackie as she shares her journey to fully becoming the woman she was always meant to be, and hear from her mom Bridget about the mistakes she made, the things she got right, and the lessons she’s learned along the way. Together, Jackie and Bridget will discuss current events, welcome guests, and share actions you can take to support trans people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Today’s episode is especially dedicated to all the parents out there of tweens and teens who are exploring their gender identity. Paria Hassouri is a pediatrician, mother of three and writer whose work has appeared in the NY Times, the Los Angeles Times and the Huffington Post. She and her family live in LA, where she practices pediatrics at Cedars…
 
Toi Smith is my guest today! Toi is a business and growth strategist, a writer and teacher. She's also host of an online community called Business For The People for entrepreneurs, creatives, healers, and guides trying to do business differently. Toi also works with mothers who desire to return to themselves, and Black women who want more joy and p…
 
For members of the LGBTQ+ community, finding a safe space where they can be themselves is as fundamental as it is hard to find. The possibility of being comfortable in their surroundings and expressing their thoughts and feelings without fear of being ridiculed or humiliated is often unavailable to underrepresented minorities. This is why the work …
 
For those of us advocating for access to necessary medical care for trans youth, recent legislation seeking to criminalize or prevent this gender-affirming care feels like a huge step back. Dr. Johanna Olson-Kennedy is working to gain that ground back again, and to promote greater understanding of and support for it. Visiting us today is Dr. Johann…
 
Taraneh Erfan King is a registered counsellor with a specialty in expressive arts and a broad background in psychology, body-centered practices, and mysticism, including her hereditary lineage of Sufism. Born in Iran, she immigrated to Canada as a child with her family, and has lived and worked in several parts of the world including Guyana, France…
 
My guest today is a trusted friend, Oliver Choquette. Oliver is currently a Psychology student at the University of Victoria. His training and expertise comes from various sources: college, university, and private classes. He has been working in clinics as a support person for over 10 years. He is a passionate reader and researcher of many topics: …
 
Today’s fantastic guest is Dr.Cyndi Brannen, one of the world's preeminent scholars on Hekatean Witchcraft. After a successful career in academia and healthcare, Dr.Brannen transitioned to focusing on reclaiming the sacred feminine after she became convinced that mainstream psychology was not sufficient to lead to personal wholeness. Her work focus…
 
Going through his transition in a rural area of Northern California was tough and lonely for Aydin. Although he assumes there were other trans people in the area, he never got in touch with them. On the other hand, he would drive three and a half hours each way to see a gender specialist on weekends. These difficulties created a strong desire in hi…
 
Select Quotes You are welcome to share the wisdom from this episode. Please be sure to credit: “_Ep. 11, JoAnne Robb, Courtesy of Wisdom Shared Podcast with Carole Blueweiss._” “When we first were diagnosed—you'll see that I'm using the word ‘we’; I think of [Type 1] as a family disease in a lot of ways, especially when kids are young. It's too muc…
 
When it comes to being more empathetic with other humans that are different from us, Lauren Nile feels that she could put together a five-day PowerPoint presentation with 1000 bullet points, yet nothing would be as impactful as experiencing discrimination or harassment first-hand or seeing someone we love go through it. She believes that we need to…
 
You are welcome to share the wisdom from this episode. Please be sure to credit: “_Ep. 10, Ariana Speyer, Courtesy of Wisdom Shared Podcast with Carole Blueweiss._” In my conversation with Ariana, we covered a lot of ground. Here are some of the highlights. Parenting a child with special needs in some ways prepared Ariana and her husband for the CO…
 
It had never occurred to Dr. Paria Hassouri that she didn’t know her child's gender. When her daughter Ava came out as transgender at 13, Paria didn’t believe her. Many years later, and with a better understanding of what it means to have a transgender child, Paria knows that gender is a spectrum that presents and evolves at different times. Visiti…
 
RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Dravet Syndrome (aka “severe myoclonic epilepsy of infancy”) https://www.epilepsy.com/learn/types-epilepsy-syndromes/dravet-syndrome https://www.dravetfoundation.org Chronic Fatigue Recovery Program: ANS Rewire https://ansrewire.com/ Simon’s Podcast: Turning the Tables https://www.podpage.com/turning-the-tables/ …
 
If we compare our society with the way things were 10 or 15 years ago, we can see advances regarding trans equality and safety. Still, there is often a lack of trust between members of the LGBTQ community and the law enforcement professionals who are meant to protect them. Reports indicate that approximately half of transgender people feel uncomfor…
 
Rosemary Bushey currently lives in New Hampshire with her husband and two daughters, Lauren 16 and Amelia 13. She is a 49-year-old runner, coach, and vegan Instagram influencer. Rosemary was born in Columbia, South America and has lived in New York for most of her life. She is currently completing a master’s degree to work as a bilingual Clinical M…
 
Most children can recognize and label stereotypical gender groups between the ages of 18 to 24 months. They also categorize their own gender at about age 3. As gender stereotypes are usually reinforced, kids might choose to behave in the most rewarding way, according to the gender they perceive as the one they should express. Gender and expression …
 
ABOUT BERIL TOKCAN After studying graphic design in Milan and visual communication in Sydney respectively, Beril Tokcan returned to her homeland Turkey in 2003 and founded her design studio in Istanbul. She came across the Anat Baniel Method® NeuroMovement (ABMNM) in 2012, while in search for a method to help her son, who was diagnosed with PVL /CP…
 
Perhaps a common mistake we can make as parents of transgender children is to think that something must be fixed, that we need to say or do something to solve a problem. We might feel stuck in the mud when we see our children suffering and we aren’t able to help them in the way we think would be best. But the truth is, the only thing they want from…
 
You can follow Dr. Jill on Twitter @drjbt Visit Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor's website http://drjilltaylor.com Dr. Jill's Ted Talk, "My Stroke of Insight" https://www.ted.com/talks/jill_bolte_taylor_my_stroke_of_insight The Harvard Brain Bank https://hbtrc.mclean.harvard.edu Fifty Trillion Molecular Geniuses Musical Composition Cecelia Chorus of NY commis…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the Transgender School podcast, where Bridget and Jackie talk about diverse transgender identities and experiences so that we can all be better allies and advocates. Coming out as transgender is a difficult thing to do, both for the person who's transitioning, as well as for those around them. All of a sudden, realit…
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION: The 5P- Society (Cri du Chat) https://fivepminus.org/ Cri du Chat Society Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/CriDuChatSociety National Organization for Rare Disorders https://rarediseases.org/rare-diseases/cri-du-chat-syndrome NOTABLE QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE: You are welcome you to share the wisdom from this episode. Plea…
 
This special episode includes a 30 minute trancework exercise. I stack 4 different spiritual hygiene exercises, one after the other, to connect with earth, water, air and fire. This episode is a complement to my Yuletide Stocking Stuffer program. Inspiration for some of the techniques in this exercise come from: • Diane Poole Heller (Competent Prot…
 
Las habilidades blandas, competencias blandas o habilidades suaves, a veces denominadas en español directamente con el término inglés soft skills, son una combinación de habilidades sociales, habilidades de comunicación, rasgos de la personalidad, actitudes, atributos profesionales,​ inteligencia social e inteligencia emocional, que facultan a las …
 
ABOUT MARA YALE Website: www.marayale.com Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/yalemaram Instagram: @maramyale Blog: www.marazoemia.net ABOUT REGAME-VR LAB AT NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Research in the Rehabilitation Games and Virtual Reality Laboratory at Northeastern University focuses on the sustainable, evidence-based integration of virtual reality (VR…
 
Lindsay Tunkl is an artist and the author of "Origins & Endings: Seeing Yourself Through the Apocalypse". It's a divination deck and self-reflection inkblot kit that helps us grapple with the most pressing questions of our time. In this conversation, we explore the intersections of art, healing, therapy, intuition, fear, collectivism, divination, a…
 
He leído muchos libros, pero me he olvidado de la mayoría. Pero entonces, ¿cuál es el propósito de la lectura? "Esta fue la pregunta que un alumno le hizo una vez a su Maestro. El Maestro no respondió en ese momento. Sin embargo, después de unos días, mientras él y el joven alumno estaban sentados cerca de un río, dijo que tenía sed y le pidió al n…
 
About Claude Winn website: http://claudewinn.com Insta: @cwinnart Song Credits How Far I'll Go written by Auliʻi Cravalho © 2016 Walt Disney Records LINKS FROM THE INTERVIEW http://anatbanielmethod.com http://suzingreen.com http://yogalambertville.com http://theclass.com http://ramahdarom.com https://www.autismspeaks.org/verbal-behavior-therapy htt…
 
Sometimes A Wild God is a powerful poem written by storyteller, author, wilderness vigil guide, and poet, Tom Hirons. In this episode, I ask the poet the impolite question, "What is your poem about?" It leads to a conversation about collapse, grief, wilderness vigil, the wyrd, the loneliness of modern masculinity, the lifetime work of wholeness, an…
 
ABOUT ANNE PRATT Website: www.indymovevolution.com Email: anne@indymovevolution.com LINKS FROM INTERVIEW Treatment Modalities Early Intervention: https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/parents/states.html Anat Baniel Method of Neuromovement: https://www.anatbanielmethod.com/ The Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Integration (MNRI) Method Set: https://masgut…
 
In Part 2 of my conversation with Holly, we explore collapse grief and death rituals in COVID times, and share fairly extensively about why Transformative Justice and community accountability is such an important aspect of collapse preparedness. We get into some detail about concerns we have over being two cis white women leading a diverse communit…
 
Holly is a psychotherapist and a lawyer, and what she calls a “collapsitarian” – she’s spent a long time tracking collapse from multiple perspectives and coalesced her observations into a framework she calls collapse psychology. You can get a sense of that framework by visiting collapse psychology.org Holly approached me in early 2017 and our relat…
 
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