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The Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR) is the research division of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Europe. Its purpose is to promote problem-centered, interdisciplinary research in international policy by drawing upon the global network of SAIS faculty, students and scholars. BIPR SeminarCasts are made available to the public with the goal of providing a pivotal forum for thought and debate in international public policy.
 
Omar Pinto, the host of the SHAIR Podcast, is a world-renowned Life Coach, Recovery Coach and Speaker. He helps people break free from unhealthy habits and heal the areas of their lives that are preventing them from living a life of happiness, fulfilment, and joy. Each week Omar interviews individuals who SHAIR their incredible journey of recovery as well as coaching people one on one live on the call. If you are interested in exploring an Alcohol-Free Lifestyle, becoming the best version of ...
 
Hi! I'm Liana Jabs and I am the spirit behind Love With Liana™. I'm an Adult Chair® Certified Coach whose mission is to build a more present and loving world through actionable techniques that unleash a more peaceful life for all. I believe: everyone is worthy of love, leading with empathy is essential, anyone can reach their full potential, and a peaceful life is everyone's right. Each week, I give you tools to help bring you from a place of anxiety, overwhelm, lack of self-love, and feelin ...
 
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[Content Warning: brief reference about sexual abuse] In this episode we are joined again by Capes on the Coach with additional special guest: Daniel Jun Kim of Pop Mythology. We fly into Wakanda to discuss Black Panther and the themes of family secrets, culturally bound behaviors, eco -psychology, and the social-cultural links to wellness. Get 20%…
 
“Woo” often has a negative connotation in the sense that we as a society don’t want to be too “Woo” aka, too spiritually connected to the nonphysical energies of the world and less connected to the everyday human experience. But why does being “Woo” have to be seen as a bad thing? On this week’s podcast, I welcome guest and dear friend of mine, Sha…
 
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11 we discuss the tragically beautiful Academy Award nominated film Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. In this episode we discuss the unique journey of Oskar Schell as he processes the life changing event of losing the person who understood him best in the world while simultaneously living through the collective traum…
 
It’s not a new concept to think about the amount of space we hold in our minds for things like work, home, family, chores, to-dos, etc. There is a limited amount of “mental real estate” that each of has for all of these things, and when we take on more than we have room for, it is easy to become overwhelmed. Saying no to the things that take more f…
 
On this heartfelt episode, I welcome my dear friend Nikki Starkiller as we talk all about loving yourself. Before you listen, please note that we talk about su!c!dal ideations, attempts, and the overall impact su!c!de has on people’s lives, so I caution some listeners who may not receive that part of the discussion well. The exact timestamp of that…
 
I write to you today from a heavier heart than my normal self to give you a bit of a life update. I have not been doing all that well in my mental health. I’ve been thinking it has to do with some personal and professional changes in my life, or more specifically about what I realized during the Costa Rica Self-Love Retreat that I attended. Learnin…
 
As I continue to reflect on my retreat to Costa Rica, I share with you many play-by-play moments on my Instagram as well as on my podcast—which brings us to this special episode today. Take a listen to episode 26 (last week’s episode) to learn more about Mary. On this episode, Mary interviews me on her podcast where I go in-depth about my retreat e…
 
What is perception? How do we see the world? How do our senses trick and lie to us? Through a series of simple experiments you can try at home we look at all these questions. We then delve deeper into our perception and understanding of the world around us. Most people perceive themselves as above average, can’t take on new ideas and misremember ev…
 
I bring to you today a very special podcast episode featuring the inspiring, loving, intelligent, treasure of a person: Mary. To think that I found Mary in February of 2021 (just 6 months ago) when I was looking for more like-minded individuals to follow on Instagram is unreal because I feel as though I have known Mary for many, many lifetimes. ✨ “…
 
As a 26-year-old woman, I have often felt that the world sees me as if I were a child. Throughout most of my adult life to date, I have had to advocate for myself stronger than it seemed like most others did around me. I would constantly be surrounded by people older than me who would look down upon me for my marriage decisions, living situation, p…
 
For those who are new here, my name is Liana Jabs and I am an Adult Chair® Certified Coach. As an Adult Chair® Certified Coach, I teach you how to love yourself so that you build healthy relationships and become more present in your life. Using methods from The Adult Chair®, I guide you through your own self-love practice by uncovering the deepest …
 
I don’t know exactly what in The Universe has been going on lately, but I have certainly been feeling a huge shift in energy. As I talk to many individuals, I hear they too are feeling it. But what exactly is going on? When we live life from our Adult Chair, we are able to accept our situation for what it is and not try to question it, change it, o…
 
I’m sure you’ve seen this cliche on a Pinterest quote, on a sign in HomeGoods, or on a motivational Instagram post, but this phrase is POWERFUL. When we think about owning our inner light, we must own it so fiercely that nobody can ever affect it. What this means is that we have to become so sure of ourselves that we are completely unafraid to show…
 
I’m writing to you today as I reflect on my self-love journey. As many of you may already know, my engagement to my now husband was a big turning point in my family dynamic. It changed the way we all interacted with one another for many years, and it broke me as it did. This trauma opened my eyes to what anxiety, intrusive thoughts, and depression …
 
If you don’t know your value, how will you be able to stand up for yourself? When we don’t know what we are protecting, it is unlikely that we will protect whatever it is. Think about it. We know a diamond is (often) worth a lot of money. That is because its value and symbolism for love have been established in society across many decades. How do y…
 
Episode 19 is finally here! I have been thinking about what this episode would be like for a long time because the number 19 is very significant in my life. January 19, 2015 was when me and my now husband officially got together, and we then proceeded to get engaged on January 19, 2017, and married on January 19, 2019. Why the significance? Well, w…
 
[Content Warning: discussion of sexual assault and abuse] Do you feel held by him? Does he feel like home to you? This episode we try to answer those questions with the lovely ladies of the podcast Freudian Sips: Annie and Bonnie, a mother/daughter therapy duo! We will be dancing around the maypole and dipping into the (much requested) horror film,…
 
On today’s podcast episode, you are going to learn all about my cats Westley and Buttercup! They are the two little loves of my life, and I am so happy to have them as part of my family. Over these past nearly two years that I’ve welcomed them into my family, I have learned so much from them, but also myself. 😻 They have taught me so much about unc…
 
We are honoured to be joined by the very charming George McGavin. One of the leading entomologists he taught at the University of Oxford before embarking on TV career that has taken him deep into the jungles of Guyana, New Guinea and more. Always lively and passionate George is full of stories of his adventures and the importance of understanding o…
 
Do you ever slow down enough to notice which "wave of life” you are in? I define three distinct waves in today’s podcast episode: 🌊 Stormy Waves - Periods of heightened anxiety, depression, family/professional conflict, etc. 🌊 Big Waves in Between Calm Waters - Some triggering moments, but mostly calm 🌊 Calm Ocean - Enjoying the blissful life of re…
 
Have you ever thought about what makes a good leader? 💜💙 A good leader is not just someone who manages a team well, or manages a lot of projects or clients well. A good leader is someone who does the inner work on themselves to better be able to empathize with the people they work closest with. On today’s podcast, I speak with my fellow Adult Chair…
 
Today’s episode is a bit different than our usual. It is the first in a series of episodes we will have with the film, Sleep Talking. Sleep Talking is horror film currently in production and the creative team behind it has invited us to get a peek into the process of making a movie in real time. So, unlike our typical episodes, we will be diving in…
 
How are you doing? I hope you have been okay. I will be honest, the start of the year has been a bit rough for me. There has absolutely been a lot to celebrate and be grateful for, but I have had some low points in my mental health that have required me to rest, and I am doing the best to honor that right now. Feeling this has gotten me thinking ab…
 
During this unprecedented time in the world, I have seen a lot of conversation around the change in our routines. It has definitely been sad to see our lives change almost completely, but personally for me, I have clung on to certain routines to actually keep me stable during the ever-changing world. 💜💙 Maintaining routines for me gives me structur…
 
Learning to set boundaries with your blood relatives is really hard. These are the people you’ve likely spent the most time around for most of your life. They are the most familiar to you, and they seemingly know you the best. They are the people who can love you the most— —until that love becomes toxic. Sometimes, in our family systems, we are tol…
 
Happy May the 4th Be With You!! We are joined this episode with another guest: Dr. Kirk Honda from the podcast, Psychology in Seattle! We are once again revisiting Star Wars with Return of the Jedi. We discuss the Jungian Archetypes demonstrated in this movie, Luke’s attachment issues, and the poor communication between beloved couple: Han & Leia. …
 
War is never nice but sometimes it drives people to their extremes. In desperation to gain the upper hand all logic and rational thought is flung out the window and insane proposals for weapons are put forth. From dropping cakes seeded with anthrax on herds of cows to bats with bomb-backpacks and giant siege towers to expanding foam guns mankind ha…
 
💜💙 When you begin the journey of working on your mental health, it can be a strenuous and confusing process. Thankfully, there are a lot of individuals on social media and in the public eye who are opening up about their mental health struggles, but that can often be overwhelming when you think about what to do on your own journey. Mental health lo…
 
Sarah Emerson, Energy Security Analysis, Inc. (ESAI), US, Martin Fraenkel, S&P Global Platts, UK and Marco Dell'Aquila, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe; inspiratia; Power Capital, UK discussed the Geopolitics of Energy on April 22, 2021 as part of the the Johns Hopkins SAIS Global Risk Conference.…
 
Who would you be if you believed in yourself? This is the question I’ve asked myself often, but I ask that of you on today’s episode. 💜💙 Believing in yourself gives you so much strength and power to own your reality and live your truth. I invite you to start unconditionally believing in yourself today. 🌟✨💫 At the end of this episode, I invite you t…
 
Content Warning: this episode contains discussions about sexual assault and violence. In this episode, we discuss Basic Instinct, an early 90s classic featuring Sharon Stone and Michael Douglas. We are again joined by a guest, the lovely Melanie Kinley, as we rip apart this erotic thriller that attempts to insert real psychology but fails miserably…
 
On this week’s episode of The Love With Liana Podcast, I share ways to practice self-care as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) or an Empath. I'm sure you can relate to give your energy to others and absorb their pain. In order for you to protect your own energy, it is necessary for you to learn your own wants and needs—then tend to those first. The n…
 
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