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Sneak Attack Nerds!

Sneak Attack Nerds

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We sit around and talk about random nerdy things. Movies, TV shows, video games, comics, zombies, etc. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SneakAttackGaming101 or on Twitter: @SnkAttck
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Sneak Attack!

Sneak Attack! Podcast

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Sneak Attack! is a homebrew actual play tabletop RPG podcast set in the world of Brannis, as well as the depths of outer space. While in season, new episodes release every Friday.
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Runners World

Runner's World

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Running, Racing, Training and More. Video news, information, and advice for runners, from running equipment reviews to training techniques to races and marathons, at Runner's World.com
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Full Court Press NBA Podcast

Full Court Press NBA Podcast

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FULL COURT PRESS is a podcast by 3 guys who live and breathe talking smack about the NBA. You can expect a mix of analysis, banter, attempted humour and regular segments with no sugar coating. It’s for those who like epic blocks, mad handles, Mike Breen, Marv Albert and White Men Can't Jump. It’s not for those who like Joey Crawford. To get in contact or send us hate mail go to fullcourtpressnba@gmail.com or search “fcppodcast” on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Come get a taste......
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Join Demi Wylde and J. Maceo while they dive deep into a black hole in the hit comedy podcast about science and spirituality for Cosmic News stories, Demi's Astrology Forecast, J.'s Cosmic Insights on manifesting, and interstellar interviews with amazing guests, as they try to uncover everything about the universe from the physical... To the metaphysical! Godspeed, Starseeds! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/acosmicjourneypod/support
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Welcome to the Anxiety Road Podcast, the involuntary journey finding treatment options for people that have anxiety or panic attacks and related disorders. This podcast is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Nothing in the podcast is intended to be a substitute for medical or mental health treatment.
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Hosted by Dr. Seth Pierce, Beast & Bible explores the intersection of the “monstrous”, religion, and popular culture. Informed by academic thought, each episode features accessible dialogue that doesn’t fall into sensationalism, conspiracy theories, or the pitfall of becoming blind pop culture apologists. Instead, this show reveals how the study of monsters can help us become better people - maybe even better people of faith.
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Sounds Like Hate

Southern Poverty Law Center

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Sounds Like Hate is a podcast from the Southern Poverty Law Center that tells the stories of people and communities grappling with hate and searching for solutions. You will meet people who have been personally impacted by hate, hear their voices and be immersed in the sounds of their world. And, you will learn about the power of people to change – or to succumb to their worst instincts. Sounds Like Hate was nominated for two People’s Voice Webby awards in 2022. Season One takes a deep dive ...
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There are times when you just have to keep putting one foot in front of the other. You will get to a destination. Hopefully the one that you intended to get to. In this episode I wanted to help make clear the difference between mindfulness and the practice/tool/application of meditation. I have to be honest, it isn't for everybody. There are people…
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Nava Atlas has been writing and publishing vegetarian cookbooks and advocating for a more plant-based lifestyle for 40 years. In our conversation, we talk about: the trajectory of the plant-based movement how she feels about having to "compete" in a space where she was one of very few voices for a long time how she went from vegetarian to vegan in …
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A "Walk and Talk" episode about the question that can help us go from fixating on problems to creating the future we want. I take you on a sonic tour of Sitges, my home in Spain, from the high suburbs to the beachfront promenade to the old city, as we talk about the neurobiology of a problem-focus. We'll see that the mind treats problems as threats…
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This is a quick pebble in the road about the differences between a panic attack and a panic disorder. I got distracted by an ad for psycho-neutrients but I got there eventually. Just a bit of housekeeping. I will be making short recordings for the month of June. I have things to attend to and time is going to be a challenge. Might do more recording…
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Mark Butler was blindsided by burnout in the middle of a successful career in sales, marketing, and management. He lost the ability to focus. He had trouble remembering the names of his team members. He missed deadlines and starting producing subpar work. It got to the point where he was asked to step away from the work. It hit so hard, he needed t…
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I share with Glenn my admiration for the book Immunity to Change, by Kegan and Lahey. It shows how resistance to (seemingly) desired change is often rooted in deep-seated beliefs and identities, which are typically unconscious. Now we know the neurological details of that phenomenon, as well as the precise experiences necessary to overcome it. The …
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There is a lot of turbulence in the mental health space. All kinds of mischief is going on and a portion of Americans who are trying to go back to 1862. It is crazy but I don't think that is a strong enough word for it. In this episode, I have a very simplistic definition of what is an AI Language Model and what is a scripted AI chatbot and a wee b…
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Behavioral economist Matt Nagler returns to the podcast to discuss the urgent question of whether acting "as if" can lead to genuine transformation. Standard economic theory holds that we have innate preferences, and that life is more or less about going around getting those preferences met. People who like chocolate go to work and make money so th…
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“Trauma is perhaps the most avoided, ignored, belittled, denied, misunderstood, and untreated cause of human suffering.” - Peter A. Levine Drawing upon healing traditions that go back thousands of years, Peter Levine, PhD has created a method of healing trauma that has the power to revolutionize the mental health field. His modality, Somatic Experi…
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This is a pebble in the road about the ADAA On-line Support Group. Sometimes you need to connect to an actual human being. Or a group of people that share your problem or have similar questions. Lots of things happening and I'm trying to adjust to them. In future episodes, probably starting with this one, there will be a transcript available. It wi…
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Hey Monster Hunters! You might like our sister podcast They Also Served, which explores the untold stories of women who impacted American Christianity, Adventism, and the world. Subscribe over on the They Also Served feed so you don't miss when the first episodes drop in Summer 2024! Subscribe now: Apple | Spotify | Google | Podbean App…
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In this episode a look at breathing necklaces, which are supposed to help you control your breathing. These things irk me. It isn't that they don't have a purpose. But you don't need them. It is ok to want one or have it around your neck as a touchpoint or you really do understand how to use them. That is what I wanted to communicate in the recordi…
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Scott Osman and Jacquelyn Lane have written a very valuable book: Becoming Coachable. It's a blueprint not just for individual, not just organizational, but sustainable planetary success and well being. And if you're thinking of raising your game by enlisting the help of an executive or life coach, it will save you lots of time and frustration. In …
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For some of us, imposter syndrome is an anxiety generator. It goes to the heart of feeling worthy, being competent or having the right to be in a particular space. Doing this episode made me feel like an imposter. I can hear slurred words, tangents and howlers of editing. But here is the thing. I don't allow it to keep me from trying and doing. Sur…
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There is a spectrum of decisions between I can and I can't. Part of our healing journey is to understand the concept of acceptance. A video popped up called "A Panic Attack Ended My Winter Backpacking Trip" from the Miranda Goes Outside!! YouTube channel. I absolutely wanted to view that video. Spent a chunk of it nodding in agreement. Not to menti…
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Lois Ellen Frank's most recent cookbook, Seed to Plate, Soil to Sky: Modern Plant-Based Recipes using Native American Ingredients, offers delicious recipes and shows how embracing Native American food practices and philosophies can help heal our planet. Feeling overwhelmed or hopeless about the environment and our role in its degradation. Frank exp…
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Treatment options are evolving and this one is a pip. An expensive one, but it might be just what is needed in the middle of a cold dark night of the soul. Xaia aka eXtended reality Artificially Intelligent Ally is designed to work with the Apple Vision Pro.VR device. You can talk with it. Share your concerns and get feedback about your issues. Tha…
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DEI - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - has been under attack for a while, but the issue came to a head over the recent public kerfuffle regarding the resignations of the presidents of Penn and Harvard Universities. Both women, one Black - they were portrayed on social and right-wing media as tokens, unqualified, and examples of affirmative action…
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In 2024, of the things we have to change is the active cultural block against men seeking mental health treatment. We don't have time for it. All hands on deck or at least pull the ropes trying to point the ship in the right direction. This episode is a little different because it is resource focus. Go to Helpguide.org to learn about therapy or to …
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There are a lot of decisions that you have to make when you are seeking treatment. Hopefully you find a good doctor or a mental health professional to guide you though the process. Those are aspirational goals by the way. You might run into a doc that just wants to give you medication and then report back in four weeks. Or you can't find or afford …
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Ed and Natasha Tatton are co-owners of a vegan bread bakery called BReD in Whistler, British Columbia. They're also co-authors of BReD: Sourdough Loaves, Small Breads, and Other Plant-Based Baking, a cookbook that capitalized on the pandemic sourdough craze and actually got me measuring and mixing my own starter. It's weird that I never thought abo…
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Glenn Livingston, PhD, joins Howie to talk about his new book, Defeat Your Cravings, and shares insights gleaned from coaching thousands of clients on overcoming food addiction and developing a healthy relationship with food. His previous book emphasized the importance of fixing one's thinking about food and intervening in behavioral automation loo…
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In January, you often hear about the aspirational pledges. No shopping. No drinking alcohol. Go vegan or as close to it as you can get. My year round goal is to get folks at a basic level to take time to breath. Slow it down. Chill as in being quiet. Not as in ice baths. Me in a former incarnation; "Nuts to you, I breath all of the time. I still ha…
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Here's this week's guest introducing himself, and sharing a bit of what happened to him over the past couple of years. "My name is Dan Ariely. I'm a social scientist... I work on behavioral change. And when COVID started, I became very popular. "I got lots of questions from lots of governments... Should we do fines? What about distant education? Wo…
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Matt Nagler is a professor of Economics at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He’s also one of my oldest friends - and since he was the first person in our friend group to get Intellivision (look it up), we spent a lot of time at his house playing tank battles and other advanced video games. We’ve been talking for a few months …
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With all of the book banning in the United States, a person could make a case that some sections of the country has ideophobia or the fear of ideas. Might also be bibliophobia. In this episode, a quick look at the definition of Ideophobia. If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Proj…
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If you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes and anxiety or depression, you have to deal with both conditions at the same time. It is a challenge but not impossible. There are resources and options to help you deal with treatment. This is just a quick mention of some of those resources that could be of assistance to you or someone you know. If you need su…
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In this episode, a look at adult people that grew up in an addictive or dysfunctional family. Because if you did, there is a good chance you might have an anxiety condition or a related mental health problem. How do you get to be an adult child of a dysfunctional family. There are many pathways. Many are raised in an abusive or addictive family. Ot…
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I did an episode about ACEs a long time ago. It was okay but I know a bit more now. At the time I said something to the effect, "Childhood isn't easy even in the best of families, but what if your family of origin contributed to your current condition? I'm not saying that it has, but what if it did?" That part was ok but listening to it now I did n…
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So in this episode I wanted to put a bit more context as to why sucking sour candy could work to stop panic attacks. Or not. Or not for the long term. Here is how it started. I have news feeds for anxiety. This story popped up. Delish is a food recipe and kitchen gadget website. I've seen videos on YouTube. I was confused when I saw the story about…
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Tracy Garrigan has been on one wild ride in this life! From being vaccine-injured as a toddler (and no, this isn't an anti-vaxxer episode) to experiencing a miracle healing as a teen to abusing her health as an up-and-comer in the fashion industry in New York City to extreme chronic fatigue and medication dependency to suicidal ideation that she wa…
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I don't know if I'll ever go on a cruise ship. The only part that really interest me is tasting a wide variety of food in a short amount of time. Plus my anxiety about riding on a human petri dish would get the best of me and cause all kinds of embarrassment. Not to mention that there are hundreds of people around and having to move as a pack once …
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When Alun Parry stumbled upon the neuroscience of memory reconsolidation, he read everything he could get his hands on that was relevant to therapy, which wasn't much. With the exception of Unlocking the Emotional Brain, by Bruce Ecker, Robin Ticic, and Laurel Hulley, no other therapists had shared their understandings or experiences about using th…
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You made it over the first hurdle. You know you have a problem. You might have even gone to the doctor or your health provider to obtain help. They might have set you up with pills or talk therapy. And that is a far as you got. You take the meds but you are still drinking. Or eating high sugar or caffeinated beverages. Babe, you gotta make some cha…
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Jon Connelly developed Rapid Resolution Therapy after trying to help his clients with just about every other approach he had been taught. Cognitive understanding brought insight, sometimes, but not relief from suffering. Reliving the trauma again and again, as a form of clumsy exposure therapy, just made people feel worse without leading to improve…
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There is a term called visceral anxiety. According to various sources, it isn't a medical term but more of a description of feeling anxiety in the lower center of your body. We are talking about the gastrointestinal track. For some with anxiety it is a persistent problem of pain in the stomach, being gassy or bloated. Or feeling queasy each and eve…
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For years, Christians have tried to create positive alternatives to Halloween. In some cases they have been traumatic, such as the Hell or Judgment House. Other times they have made it cringey by preaching anti-Halloween sermons with misinformation. Yet, some churches have found a way to reach out and have fun. In this final Halloween episode, Dr. …
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When did Halloween take such a dark turn? How did it come to be associated with gory, murderous imagery? In this episode, Dr. Pierce concludes his interview ith Halloween expert Lisa Morton, focusing on the transition from children's holiday to something for adults with a taste for the macabre. This is the third episode of the 2023 Halloween Specia…
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Halloween is often considered a tribute to the Celtic Lord of Death…but is it? Where did this holiday come from? Is it a religious holiday or something manufactured by the makers of sweets? In this episode, Dr. Pierce interviews Halloween historian and six-time Bram Stoker award winner Lisa Morton about the history of this spooky Holiday. This is t…
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Have you ever been warned of people putting razor blades in apples? What about those who poison children’s Halloween candy? Have you been told to not let your black cat out on Halloween night? Is Halloween Satan’s birthday? Is there a new Barbie Oujia board threatening the soil of children everywhere? In this episode, Dr. Pierce explores the dark t…
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Worry is powerful, it can dishearten you and have you see nothing but shades of gray. There are techniques that even anxious people can use to reduce the amount of worry and get on with the business of the day. I've been around a few spins around the sun. There have been very few times when things haven't been crazy on this planet. Especially with …
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Robert James is a coach who specializes in helping people overcome debilitating anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder. I've thrown the term "OCD" around without really knowing what it is. Like a lot of people, I pictured compulsive hand-washing or counting steps or touching banisters - stuff you see on TV and in movies - but didn't really under…
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Mark Silver is the founder of HeartofBusiness.com. For almost 25 years, he's been helping people-who-want-to-make-a-positive-difference-in-the-world-but-still-have-to-earn-a-living to set up, run, and love their small businesses. He's just written a book: Heart-Centered Business: Healing from Toxic Business Culture So Your Small Business Can Thrive…
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You can be a smoker that has anxiety or a person with an anxiety condition who smokes. Either way it is a bad deal that can not only make your symptoms worse but cause long term harm to your body. In this short pebble in the road episode, some resources to help educate yourself about the problem but some viable resources you can check out to separa…
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Today’s episode is for anyone who wants to grow a more self-reliant, earth-friendly home garden. Even as a vegan, I routinely used garden fertilizers containing animal byproducts like blood meal and bone meal, as well as chicken and cow manures. It honestly didn’t occur to me that there was an issue, which in hindsight is ridiculous. Erin Riley had…
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I try to keep episodes short and to the point. But sometimes I need to talk about conceptual things that at first, doesn’t seem to have anything to do with anxiety treatment options. But it does. I need to talk about beans or knowledge. Or the do before the why. Which I like better but it isn't grammatical. I take comfort that I'm pissing off an A.…
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The American Psychiatry Association defines depression as loss of interest of activities once enjoyed, and that the symptoms must last longer than two weeks before an official diagnosis. There isn't just one kind of depression and they don't all generate from the same source. For people that have not experience depression, it is really hard for the…
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When things go wrong and you need a break, like when none of your audio software will record and you have to use your phone, you need to take a moment. Or two. Maybe have dinner as well. Some days you have to find ways to roll with it. A meditative break can help. That is the topic of this episode. If you need support contact the National Suicide P…
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Many of us hold our tongues or clench our teeth to protect ourselves from saying what you really want to say. Or feel. And for most of us, that works and we go about our day. But if you are clenching and grinding your teeth on a daily basis there is going to be a problem. Sometimes with your jaw. Or wearing away your teeth. Or having headaches or s…
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