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The Professional Military Education (PME) podcast is where great books on war and history are analyzed and discussed with the author. Through in depth conversations, the PME podcast seeks to promote great books that will interest serious military thinkers. For people that might be interested in military topics and history, the PME podcast will get you hooked on this awesome field of study. Through in depth reading and serious scholarship, the PME podcast is proud to bring a great history sho ...
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Mindfulness for PMDD with Diane

Diane DeJesus, RD, CLC, IBCLC

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Have you been wondering how you can find more peace in your life with PMDD or PME? I’m Diane and I’m a dietitian, lactation consultant, mindfulness teacher and mom, living with Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder and helping other PMDD Warriors find management and acceptance of PMDD through mindfulness. Twice a month, I’ll discuss how mindfulness and meditation can help with the debilitating symptoms of PMDD and PME (premenstrual exacerbation of an existing condition). I’ll also explore parentin ...
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Le Podcast audio de Thierryweber.com, stratège digital et spécialiste en marketing digital. On parle ici de technologies, d'innovation mais aussi de marketing en ligne. Un rendez-vous disponible sur Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotifiy et bien d'autres. N'hésite pas à t'abonner sur le logiciel de ton choix pour ne manquer aucun épisode.
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BLUE MUMDAYS

Vikki Stephenson

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Blue MumDays is a podcast about perinatal illness, parenting and being kind to yourself. Up to 1 in 5 mums and 1 in 10 dads will suffer with their mental health after the birth of their baby. Having once interviewed the likes of Sir David Attenborough and Hans Zimmer during my BBC career, I’m now speaking to mums, dads and mental health experts each week, in an effort to understand my own experience of postnatal depression. Dispelling myths, smashing stigma & bringing hope to parents having ...
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A true and faithful relation of two friends studies and experiences with magick and occultism. We speak on our personal experiences as well as the various systems we have encountered and the techniques we have experimented with.
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Zandra de Araujo (University of Florida), Amber Candela (University of Missouri, St Louis), and Paul Wonsavage (University of Florida) join Sam Otten (University of Missouri, Columbia) to discuss their NSF-funded project entitled Practice-Driven Professional Development (PDPD). They share thoughts on why they are pursuing an incremental approach ra…
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“This episode of Back of House features restructuring expert Morgan Kelly and founder of Sumo Salad, Luke Baylis. Morgan and Luke discuss the challenges facing the hospitality sector and ways operators can position their business to not only survive these challenges but reposition to thrive. Luke also shares his personal views and experiences of ex…
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From June 3-30, 1863, the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac moved from their positions along the Rappahannock River at Fredericksburg, VA north to Pennsylvania where they met in battle at Gettysburg. In this episode of the Strategy Bridge Podcast, we talk with Scott Mingus and Eric Wittenberg about some of the key events of this…
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Raised in Melbourne Australia, Adrian started his hotel career in Canada at the iconic luxury Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel. He has 30 years’ experience in hotel operations including a range of senior executive roles with the global hotel group, Accor. Adrian has demonstrated a range of skills managing a large decentralised team across Australia, Ne…
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Between September and November of 1777, the Continental Army and Pennsylvania State Navy fought to deny the British access to the Delaware River to prevent the Royal Navy from supplying British troops in Philadelphia. In this episode, James McIntyre joins the Strategy Bridge Podcast to talk about the Delaware River Campaign and his book “A Most Gal…
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You know the feeling... You're in your luteal phase and along comes some negative thought--about yourself, your life, your PMDD--and before you even know what is happening you are getting swept up in that thought and down an endless spiral of ruminating on this thought. You are now going down the rabbit hole with this thought, unable to let it go, …
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I discovered Nikki Wilson’s Mindfulness work when I was in the throes of my own birth trauma drama, which ultimately led to a diagnosis of PTSD. While I was searching for help & support and seeking out a diagnosis, I needed something to help me survive and get through the difficult early days of new motherhood. At that time, Nikki had created, and …
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The story of Sam Young is one that’s been pressure-cooked, flash-fried, and is now braising on a low, gentle simmer. Inspired by the taste of his travels to Italy, Canada, Hong kong, Vietnam and Malaysia to name a few, he has worked in Sydney’s top restaurants like Mr. wong, Ms.g’s, Queen chow, Totti’s and more recently as Lotus’s head chef. As one…
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Luis Leyva from Vanderbilt University discusses his article, "Queer of Color Justice in Undergraduate Mathematics Education," published in the Notices of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 71. Article URL https://doi.org/10.1090/noti2875 Episode 1701 with Luis https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/mathed/episodes/2017-01-04T12_03_01-08_00 Other…
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I like this meditation for helping to align body and mind, so you can use this one if: you're feeling disconnected from your body you're feeling up in your head with your thoughts you're experiencing some uncomfortable sensations in your body you want to explore trying to bring some ease and more comfort into your body It can be nice in the luteal …
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Melissa Gallagher from the University of Houston (soon to be at U.S. Math Recovery Council) discusses the article, "Adaptive teaching in mathematics: A review of the literature," published in Educational Review, Volume 7. Co-authors: Parsons and Vaughn. Article URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00131911.2020.1722065 Math with Melissa…
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Do you find it hard to take care of yourself when you've also got kids to parent, a demanding job, a partner to show up for, and bills to pay? Then you need to listen to this interview with Ali Cornish. I reached out to Ali because I wanted to talk to another chronic illness warrior who has embraced simple living, minimalism, and mindfulness. Becau…
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Nathalie Sinclair from Simon Fraser University in Canada discusses her article, "Knowing as remembering: Methodological experiments in embodied experiences of number," published in Digital Experiences in Mathematics Education. Article URL https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40751-023-00132-7 Nathalie's professional webpage https://www.sfu.ca…
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So much of my resistance to PMDD came from trying to maintain the charade of perfection that I'd been trying to keep up my whole life! Mindfulness and Acceptance taught me to be present, not perfect. That the full spectrum of emotions is normal. That the aim is not to feel better, but to get better at feeling. And here's the crazy thing that happen…
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In this digest episode we hear summaries from Kelly Demirjian, Joshua Pope, Loella Lapat, and Samuel Otten about the following articles: [01:00] Stephan, M., Register, J., Reinke, L., Robinson, C., Pugalenthi, P., & Pugalee, D. (2021). People use math as a weapon: Critical mathematics consciousness in the time of COVID-19. Educational Studies in Ma…
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Have you thought: "Is this grief? Am I going through grief right now?" Have you wondered why your experiences don't quite match up with the 5 Stages of Grief model we've all heard about? If you've got PMDD or any other chronic illness, chances are that, yea, you very well may have experienced grief as a result or are going through grief right now. …
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Visiting Normandy and touring the beaches from D-Day, June 6, 1944, is a powerful experience. It is an experience that all American citizens should plan to do. There are incredible stories of American servicemembers that left their homes to serve and sacrifice for a cause greater than themselves. It is important to remember and honor these heroes. …
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If you feel like you have tried all the PMDD treatments and suggested self-management tools and strategies and STILL feel like you're trapped in a vicious cycle with PMDD, you need to listen to this episode. I was there. That was me. Literally doing EVERYTHING I could to take care of myself--to optimize my health and minimize my symptoms--and guess…
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I cannot stop seeing the commonalities between Minimalism and Mindfulness! In this episode, Emily and I chat about: Minimalism and Simple Living and their relevance to living with PMDD and Chronic Illness How my relationships with minimalism and mindfulness are connected Unexplained fertility and in vitro fertilization Motherhood The science behind…
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Higinio Dominguez from Michigan State University discusses the article, "Young philosophers: Fifth-grade students animating the concept of space," published in ZDM Mathematics Education. Co-authors: Abreu and Peralta. Higinio's professional webpage https://education.msu.edu/people/dominguez-higinio/ List of episodes…
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Does PMDD make it really tough to be around other people? Do you deal with feelings of isolation and anxiety in even the simplest of interactions? I used to hide from my landscapers, no joke! Classic kindness helps us to take a step back and see the common humanity we all share. You are not alone in your struggles. When you are reminded of this, it…
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