Laugh It Out! My Son My Teacher

Laugh it out!

Happy Birthday Kieran. xoxo Mom…

My son wanted to have fun and do a show on his birthday today… It is Spring Break and I am enjoying every moment he wants to hang together… Stay tuned for more series this month!

 

 

My Son My Teacher 

You’re Too Kind

Quality Time

Things Are About to Get Flashy, My Son My Teacher

Attack on Playground

PG 13!  The Fairies Are Going Away

PG13! “The Fairies Are Going Away!”… My Son My Teacher

“Let’s do a show tonight. I guarantee you that I am the only one of my friends that wants to hang out with their Mom on a Saturday night.” ~Kieran.

In the midst of binge watching Attack on Titan and on the cusp of his 13th birthday my son and I are in prep mode for his teen years by jumping on here with a freestyle discussion:

My Son My Teacher 

You’re Too Kind

Quality Time

Things Are About to Get Flashy, My Son My Teacher

Attack on Playground

Charles Mattocks Weighs In On The Hollywood Climate… Creative Minds Series

“Chris Rock, he’s one of the good guys.” Charles Mattocks.

The New York Post article “Jim Carrey ‘sickened’ by Oscars’ standing ovation for Will Smith: ‘Hollywood is spineless’” inspired me reaching out to interview Charles Mattocks, the nephew of Bob Marley.

Charles gives us the UNCUT VERSION of his thoughts:

CHARLES MATTOCKS is an Award-Winning Actor, Director, Producer, Television Host and Health Advocate whose priority for health first and saving lives does not get in his way of excelling in all areas of the business.The Nephew of the late great Bob Marley, Mattocks comes from a very high profile family lineage so it is no surprise that he is taking the Healthcare world by storm.

An accomplished Actor, Charles Mattocks notably starred with a pivotal role in “ The Summer of Ben Tyler” alongside legends James Woods and Elizabeth McGovern. The movie garnered six nominations during the award season and Variety Magazine declared, “In Charles Mattocks, a star is born.”

As an author, producer, and director, his work has been showcased with appearances on CNN, The Today Show, Dr. Oz, Fox News, Good Morning America, The Talk, The Martha Stewart Show and numerous media outlets worldwide.

Charles’ world changed the minute he was diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. As he stared death in the face, he knew he had a larger mission to make changes not only for himself but so many others! He armed himself with education and determination and began to reverse his condition. He documented his process in a provocative documentary, “The Diabetic You”, which peels back the curtain on the good, the bad, and the ugly of the diabetes epidemic. This film set his advocacy in motion, with Charles ascending to become a Blue Circle Champion for the International Diabetes Association and a published author for the American Diabetes Association.

 

Charles created, directed, and executive produced “Reversed”, the highly acclaimed diabetes reality docuseries, on Discovery Life Channel. The show received much recognition from both critics and medical professionals and earned a second season pick-up – this time focusing on HIV. He also produced Trial By Fire, about his mother’s rare disease, complex regional pain syndrome.

The buzz worthy success of Reversed inspired FYI network to continue Charles’ healing quests, so, in January, 2020, Charles’ groundbreaking new series, Eight Days, premiered. The series follows the raw ups and downs of five cancer patients as they wage their battle for survival and journey toward healing. Just as he did in reversed, Charles  guided his enlightened group toward positive outcomes beyond their wildest expectations.

 

Charles’ passion and personality are contagious and have skyrocketed him to unparalleled success with whatever he tackles. Saving lives of people suffering with chronic illness and inspiring them with his life- changing message, he has become the premiere media expert on health and wellness. Charles entertains, educates, inspires, and heals millions with his ahead-of-the-curve creativity and dedication to excellence in television hosting, content creation, and dynamic advocacy.

Show Notes:

Charles Mattocks, Reversed 

Chris Rock 

Chris Rock Family Values

Jada Pinkett/Alopecia

Harvey Weinstein 

Will Smith Dancing 

Did the academy ask Will to leave?

Comedians up in arms…

4/1/2022

A listener to the show sent me this:

Thank you, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, for this statement.
 He writes:
“When Will Smith stormed onto the Oscar stage to strike Chris Rock for making a joke about his wife’s short hair, he did a lot more damage than just to Rock’s face. With a single petulant blow, he advocated violence, diminished women, insulted the entertainment industry, and perpetuated stereotypes about the Black community. That’s a lot to unpack. Let’s start with the facts: Rock made a reference to Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, as looking like Demi Moore in ‘G.I. Jane,’ in which Moore had shaved her head. Jada Pinkett Smith suffers from alopecia, which causes hair loss. Ok, I can see where the Smiths might not have found that joke funny. But Hollywood awards shows are traditionally a venue where much worse things have been said about celebrities as a means of downplaying the fact that it’s basically a gathering of multimillionaires giving each other awards to boost business so they can make even more money. The Smiths could have reacted by politely laughing along with the joke or by glowering angrily at Rock. Instead, Smith felt the need to get up in front of his industry peers and millions of people around the world, hit another man, then return to his seat to bellow: ‘Keep my wife’s name out of your fucking mouth.’ Twice. Some have romanticized Smith’s actions as that of a loving husband defending his wife. Comedian Tiffany Haddish, who starred in the movie ‘Girls Trip’ with Pinkett Smith, praised Smith’s actions: ‘[F]or me, it was the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen because it made me believe that there are still men out there that love and care about their women, their wives.’ Actually, it was the opposite. Smith’s slap was also a slap to women. If Rock had physically attacked Pinkett Smith, Smith’s intervention would have been welcome. Or if he’d remained in his seat and yelled his post-slap threat, that would have been unnecessary, but understandable. But by hitting Rock, he announced that his wife was incapable of defending herself—against words. From everything I’d seen of Pinkett Smith over the years, she’s a very capable, tough, smart woman who can single-handedly take on a lame joke at the Academy Awards show. This patronizing, paternal attitude infantilizes women and reduces them to helpless damsels needing a Big Strong Man to defend their honor least they swoon from the vapors. If he was really doing it for his wife, and not his own need to prove himself, he might have thought about the negative attention this brought on them, much harsher than the benign joke. That would have been truly defending and respecting her. This ‘women need men to defend them’ is the same justification currently being proclaimed by conservatives passing laws to restrict abortion and the LGBTQ+ community. Worse than the slap was Smith’s tearful, self-serving acceptance speech in which he rambled on about all the women in the movie ‘King Richard’ that he’s protected. Those who protect don’t brag about it in front of 15 million people. They just do it and shut up. You don’t do it as a movie promotion claiming how you’re like the character you just won an award portraying. But, of course, the speech was about justifying his violence. Apparently, so many people need Smith’s protection that occasionally it gets too much and someone needs to be smacked. What is the legacy of Smith’s violence? He’s brought back the Toxic Bro ideal of embracing Kobra Kai teachings of ‘might makes right’ and ‘talk is for losers.’ Let’s not forget that this macho John Wayne philosophy was expressed in two movies in which Wayne spanked grown women to teach them a lesson. Young boys—especially Black boys—watching their movie idol not just hit another man over a joke, but then justify it as him being a superhero-like protector, are now much more prone to follow in his childish footsteps. Perhaps the saddest confirmation of this is the tweet from Smith’s child Jaden: ‘And That’s How We Do It.’ The Black community also takes a direct hit from Smith. One of the main talking points from those supporting the systemic racism in America is characterizing Blacks as more prone to violence and less able to control their emotions. Smith just gave comfort to the enemy by providing them with the perfect optics they were dreaming of. Many will be reinvigorated to continue their campaign to marginalize African Americans and others through voter suppression campaign. As for the damage to show business, Smith’s violence is an implied threat to all comedians who now have to worry that an edgy or insulting joke might be met with violence. Good thing Don Rickles, Bill Burr, or Ricky Gervais weren’t there. As comedian Kathy Griffin tweeted: ‘Now we all have to worry about who wants to be the next Will Smith in comedy clubs and theaters.’ The one bright note is that Chris Rock, clearly stunned, managed to handle the moment with grace and maturity. If only Smith’s acceptance speech had shown similar grace and maturity—and included, instead of self-aggrandizing excuses, a heartfelt apology to Rock.”

 

Creative Minds with Meditation Teacher, Singer & Director MICHEL PASCAL

Diva Discussions with Radio Personality Abbie Knights

Healing After Love Fraud, Rocking A Betrayal with Donna Andersen

“My soul planned the entire debacle,” Donna Andersen, Founder of the Love Fraud platform.

Are you ready to join Donna on her healing journey from love fraud by her ex-husband who swindled a quarter million dollars, was cheating on her with six other women, was a bigamist and impregnated another woman while still married to her?

Energy healing, past lives, legal judgements, educating and empowering hundreds of thousands of others is part of her journey.

Tips, tools and NEXT LEVEL integrated discussions are IN MOTION with Dr. Denise and Donna on how they alchemized their unique frauds…

“Allow yourself to HEAL your heart by releasing the negative feelings and replacing with positive energy…”

Listen here:

Donna Andersen is creator of Lovefraud.com, a website that teaches people to recognize and recover from sociopaths. She is the author of eight books, including Senior Sociopaths — How to recognize and escape lifelong abusers (May 2022), Red Flags of Love Fraud—10 signs you’re dating a sociopath, the Red Flags of Love Fraud Workbook and the four-part Best of the Lovefraud Blog series. She learned about sociopaths the hard way, by marrying one, and tells the whole outrageous story in her first book, Love Fraud.

Donna founded Lovefraud Education and Recovery, a nonprofit that offers webinars to help survivors and professionals identify, escape and recover from sociopaths, including narcissists, psychopaths and other manipulators. She is co-author of two scientific papers and has presented research to the Society for the Scientific Study of Psychopathy.

Donna has appeared on Investigation Discovery TV shows including Love, Honor, Betray; Deadly Women and Who the Bleep Did I Marry? She also appeared on Insightin Australia, ABC News 20/20, My Life is a Lifetime Movie, Handsome Devils and The Ricki Lake Show. She has been interviewed for multiple radio shows, print articles and online articles. She graduated from Syracuse University with degrees in psychology and journalism. Donna is happily remarried, proving that recovery from betrayal is possible.

Show Notes

Meet Love Fraud Founder, Donna Andersen 

Senior Sociopath Mythbusting

The Alchemy of Betrayal

Boundaries and Breadcrumbs

Are You an Empath?

The Strategic F-Bomb 

Many Masters Many Lives

Super Synchronicity 

The Era of The Sociopath 

 

 

My Son and My Teacher: Attack on Playground!

Post Oscar chat with my son morphed into a quick show about an “attack on playground” that happened years back.  Kudos for his 10 year old self having more self control than a grown man.

Kieran weighs in:

Are You an Empath?  You Can Thrive! On Staying Sane

Crowds, fake people, violence on TV — would you be surprised to learn they all can relate to being an EMPATH?  This episode of the Dr. Denise Show tackles the difference of having empathy and being an EMPATH.  You’ll learn how to use the power of the moment of now to be in tune with the emotions, feelings and actions that can be overwhelming for people who have a heightened understanding of others’ energy.  This podcast is packed with tips for the workplace, raising empaths and intimate relationships.  How to use your time, mind and schedule to thrive as an EMPATH.  Plus, we talk intuition and Bumbles the Bunny gives us a lesson on boundaries!

Right here:

Show Notes:

https://drjudithorloff.com/empath-survival-guide-description/https://www.purewow.com/wellness/signs-you-are-an-empathhttps://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/23/how-to-trust-your-intuition-like-apple-co-founder-steve-jobs.html

Boundaries and Breadcrumbs… Diva Discussions with Kimmy Seltzer

Authentic Dating Strategist and Image Expert Kimmy Seltzer is back for a deep dive discussion on boundaries, flirting, & communication in the chaos of the modern day world.

Breadcrumbing, gaslighting, hard balling, “the chase” & the phases of dating are covered (courtship, dating, relationship) in this episode!

Wow!

Strategy, deep play and game plan(s) are covered.

Let’s go:

About Kimmy

Kimmy Seltzer is a Confidence Therapist, Authentic Dating Strategist and Image Expert.  With a vat of knowledge and experience as a therapist, certified style coach, dating coach, and matchmaker, she has helped people find lasting love and connection, attract success and build valuable relationships using her unique “confidence makeover” process. Using an outside-in approach, Kimmy implements targeted style, emotional and social intelligence in people’s lives using her signature formula, “The Charisma Quotient,” working on body language, first impressions, image/wardrobe and flirting and how it impacts attraction. This Los Angeles-based expert travels the country helping people discover confidence, charisma and connection as a speaker at National Matchmaking Conferences, eHarmony, Neutrogena, The Guild at Universal, UCLA and iDate. Kimmy is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post with appearances in Cosmopolitan, Oprah Magazine, Redbook, Reader’s Digest, AskMen, Fox News Magazine, Yahoo and the Washington Examiner, among a myriad of other publications. Kimmy has been the leading love expert on the traveling live dating show The Great Love Debate, a show on Amazon Live with SwayTv, Kimmy’s Love Hub and the cable reality series, The Romance. You can also listen to her on her podcast, The Charisma Quotient.

Show Notes

Let’s Flirt

Self Awareness and Sacred Sexuality 

Love Fraud

 

Blubrry Podcaster of the Month!

What an honor.
March Podcaster of the Month
@blubrry_podcasting
What Inspired You to Start Your Podcast?
I was inspired as I am passionate about changing the way WE think, talk and act about mental health. I believe that the podcast medium is an amazing way to meet so many individuals that are in alignment & all around the world. The efficiency of voice to voice and ease of communication is truly and amazing tool for change and inspiration for many.
How Do You Prepare For an Episode?
I have 4 different series right now:
On Staying Sane with Cathleen O’Toole (newest)
Cathleen (Emmy winning news reporter) and I have weekly preproduction meetings to decide topics that are in // with the pulse of consciousness. We decide if we are going to tackle a current event or if it will be an Ask The Doctor episode.
Embrace Your Neurostyle and Beyond
I strategize the goal of reducing stigma re: mental health and have conceptualized which guests represent a “slice” of demographic and how they can discuss the importance of the words WE tell ourselves. I usually send them the two shows that will inspire them so that we can discuss how it relates to them as well.
Creative Minds Series
This series is a “pop culture” meets mental wellness and healing medium(s). I’ve interviewed directors, record producers and entertainment visionaries. The prep time usually includes watching their television series or movie and having an integrated discussion on the show.
Diva Discussions
Similar prep approach yet the guests are usually inspiring women that are doing amazing things in the world to help others.
Divine
Inspirational
Vivacious
Aware.
DIVA in their own life and inspire others.
Prep included reading the most recent contribution they have given the world!
What Advise Do You Have For Someone Just Starting Out?
Be incredibly humble, and PASSIONATE in the process. Humble: Ask for help from someone that has had a successful show. Ask questions, get the data.
Be PASSIONATE and HONOR your vision. Write down your goals of different seasons of your show. And if you have a family or personal emergency, take time off and let your listeners know you are HUMAN.

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