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To em Crise

To em Crise

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Um podcast para falar de crises (com muita risada) da geração Z. Afinal, o jovem adulto está em crise, e nada como um podcast sincerão para rir da própria desgraça! 🆘 📧: toemcrisepodcast@gmail.com
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Carry On with Criselda

Criselda

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Welcome to Carry On with Criselda, a podcast which will offer encouragement, direction, motivation and clarity for those in search of it. We will talk about ways to improve one’s life by using positive strategies that will make lasting changes in handling their thoughts and emotions. The way to reach the kind of life we seek is through improving our mindset, releasing negativity including the past, adopting a state of gratitude, seeking peace, setting boundaries and so much more. Offering ho ...
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Gabinete de Crise

Observador

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Ponto de situação semanal do combate ao coronavírus em Portugal e no Mundo. Números, mitos, boas notícias e um som. Apresentado por Carla Jorge de Carvalho, com Pedro Pita Barros, Sónia Dias e um convidado. Parceria Rádio Observador/Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
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In Writing with Hattie Crisell

Hattie Crisell

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Journalist Hattie Crisell visits the studies of writers of all kinds – novelists, screenwriters, poets, journalists and more – to find out how they write, why they write, and what they can teach us about doing it better.
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Welcome to a podcast about the ins & outs of navigating life as a twenty-something. Expect a mix of story times, a hint of questionable advice, perhaps some inspiration, but mostly a whole lot of chaos. Hosted by Aimee, who admits to being in the throes of at least 3 quarter life crises at any given time, tune in each week to see what mess she's gotten herself into this time.
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Minha Jovem Crise de Meia Idade é o podcast em que a gente fala sobre carreira e mudança de carreira, de forma honesta e descontraída. Em cada episódio, conversamos com alguém que já passou por uma transição e vai contar para a gente todos os perrengues e surpresas de seu processo. A gente conversa também sobre o dia a dia real das profissões, sem glamourizar. Se você está pensando em escolher uma carreira, mudar de carreira ou simplesmente quer ouvir histórias incríveis e inspiradoras de pe ...
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Depuis Bruxelles, la capitale de l'Union européenne, je vous emmène dans les débats politiques entre acteur·ices européen·nes autour de la crise climatique et la transition énergétique. Comment rester dans les limites de la planète et fidèle aux engagements pris lors de l'Accord de Paris sur le climat tout en assurant l'énergie propre et abordable pour tous·tes les européen·nes? Parfois les différent·es acteur·rices européen·nes n'ont point les mêmes réponses à cette question, et les priorit ...
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MMI Podcast: Mental Health During Crises and Pandemics

Malaysian Medics International

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With the ever-growing number of cases of COVID-19, there is also increasing anxiety over the current situation and worry about what looms for us in the future. In times like this, we need to take care of our mental health, as much as we take care of our physical health. Thus, do watch this space as we release our podcast episodes to cover on topics of how you can take care of your mental health during this time of distress. For more information, you can also read through our handbook here: h ...
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It's me! Hi! I'm the problem it's me! Join me for another episode I recorded completely in the moment where I go into why I'm currently feeling burnt out, what I am going to do about it, and tips you can take away with you if you're feeling similarly. This one is definitely for my fellow type A, anxious types. I see you, I hear you, I hug you 🫂 Pod…
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In this final episode of the season, recorded in February 2023, I'm joined by the beloved poet and author Michael Rosen. Known equally for humorous children's verse and his poetry and prose for adults, Michael's books for kids include We're Going on a Bear Hunt, Chocolate Cake, Michael Rosen's Sad Book and Jelly Boots, Smelly Boots. He's also writt…
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This week's guest is the beloved novelist Barbara Trapido, who I met at her home in Oxford in March 2023. Barbara's first novel was 1982's Brother of the More Famous Jack, which was published when she was 41; she followed it with Noah's Ark (1984), Temples of Delight (1990), Juggling (1994), The Travelling Hornplayer (1998), Frankie & Stankie (2003…
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A little detour into death this week – or life, depending on how you look at it. Nigel Williamson, obituary writer for The Times newspaper, joins me to talk about the art of summing up a person one final time, over 1600 words or so, for the permanent record. I met Nigel in March at the News Building in London to talk about researching a biography, …
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This week's guest is my friend Tor Freeman, who writes and illustrates comics and children's picture books. Tor is a hugely imaginative person, a smart observer of human nature, and a very funny writer. Her comics include Sister Clawdetta: Murder at the Monastery and Welcome to Oddleigh, while her children's books include The Toucan Brothers and Ol…
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Geoff 'genre-defying' Dyer, whose career moves between fiction, non-fiction and a grey area in between, joins me this week from California. Geoff published his first book in 1986 and is highly prolific. Some of his best-known works include Out of Sheer Rage; Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi; and Yoga for People Who Can't Be Bothered to Do It. Last…
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This week, the Guardian journalist Zoe Williams joins me on In Writing. I recorded with Zoe at her home in London just before Christmas. She's well-known in the UK as a prolific writer of features, confessional columns and political opinion, and she was as outspoken and entertaining in person as she is in print. She talked me through her ability to…
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After a chance encounter leads Richard Blank to double down on his Spanish Communication major and move abroad, he must navigate his family's expectations, guilt, and fear of the unknown to find success and fulfillment in a new life. "Fortune favors the brave. You have to be brave to at least start by looking in the mirror because a lot of people c…
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Hallå! My guest this week is Swedish screenwriter and director Ruben Östlund, who I met in London in December. Ruben's feature films include 2014's Force Majeure, 2017's The Square, and 2022's Triangle of Sadness, which is nominated for three Oscars including Best Original Screenplay. He has a unique way of writing, doing a lot of talking before he…
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This week's guest is Sophie Mackintosh, author of books including the Booker Prize-longlisted The Water Cure, and new novel Cursed Bread. Sophie talks to me about the optimum balance of social life and writing life; how playlists help her get into the worlds of her novels; and how she powers her work with 'little treats'. Browse Sophie's books in t…
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I’m thrilled to have Chris Felton, the author of "Think & Grow You" with me today for my first interview. In his book, Chris Felton shares his insights and experiences about how anyone can achieve success in life by taking control of their thoughts and using them to their advantage. Today we will dive deeper into the topics covered in his book, lea…
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The fifth season of In Writing continues with Vogue columnist Raven Smith, who's known for his witty takes on pop culture, modern life and masculinity. Raven is the author of two collections of personal essays: Raven Smith's Trivial Pursuits and Raven Smith's Men, which has just come out in paperback (buy it here https://uk.bookshop.org/shop/in-wri…
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In this episode, I am "editorless". Ah!!!! I explain the reason why. Therefore, I am winging it and growing in the process. I have talked before about the effects of perfectionism, so I am using what I've got and just going for it! I take the opportunity to give an update on a couple of changes to the podcast as well as future episodes to look forw…
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I'm back! And very happy about it. This week, Nigerian novelist Ayobami Adebayo speaks to me from her home in Lagos. Ayobami is the author of 2017's Stay With Me, and A Spell of Good Things, which was published in the UK last week. Stay With Me was a hugely successful debut; it won the 9mobile Prize for Literature, and was shortlisted for the Baile…
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In your daily effort of working on your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors to become a better version of yourself, do you sometimes find yourself tired? Do you sometimes wish you could quiet the thoughts that keep you from the peace that you seek? Consider a hobby to distract you, even for just a moment. I will go over the many benefits that a hobby…
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Well, Valentine’s Day is a week away. As lots of people who have a significant other will be celebrating with the usual swapping of cards, chocolates, flowers and balloons, others who don’t have a special someone and would like one may want to bury their heads under the covers and wish that the day would be over with. In this episode, after a quick…
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Intrusive thoughts are normal, and everyone has them. They can be triggered by stress, anxiety, and other factors, and can be a symptom of certain mental health conditions. The key to dealing with intrusive thoughts is to acknowledge them, let them pass, and practice self-compassion. In today’s episode, I will be going over this in greater detail a…
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What is the difference between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset? In today’s episode, I will delve into the differences between the two. I will go over the benefits of a growth mindset and how having one, helps to advance your goals whereas a fixed mindset, prohibits and limits your achievements. It’s important to note that developing a growth m…
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Do you like egoistic behavior? Yeah, I didn’t think so. Me neither. It would seem quite easy to spot that kind of behavior in others. Do you display any of it, yourself? Oh yes, I just went there. Just as we maintain our cars to ensure they run efficiently, we too, must maintain our attitudes and behaviors in order to be at our best. Acknowledging …
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Today’s abbreviated episode will be about boundaries and how to set them. We all have boundaries to some extent, whether we notice them or not. I provide a little story of how I became acquainted with boundaries which instilled an awareness in me to never cross over other people’s boundaries or personal space. Some people are more aware than others…
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Tabula Rasa: In psychology, the empirical theory that we are born without mental content and only receive knowledge through experiences and what we observe. It can also be defined as a new start. In this shorter episode, I will go over the importance of sloughing off old thoughts, ideas, and choices in order to adopt the new thing more effectively.…
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With the new year upon us, what would you like your 2023 to look like in terms of your emotional well-being? Looking back on 2022, did you focus too much time on negative emotions, lending to unsavory outcomes that you did not intend? Now’s the time to change your mind set by being attentive to any negative emotions you are engaged in and get yours…
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Holidays, gatherings, and depression, oh my! For some, it is only a reminder of the loneliness and sadness they endure while coping with what they are missing or can’t have. Feeling down during the holidays can be due to loss of a loved one, a divorce or separation, or the mere fact that someone is unable to travel to their family, forcing them to …
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Have you ever hit a wall or been let down by the unexpected? Of course. Most of us have. What keeps us going? Perseverance. In today’s episode, I will offer nine points of motivation to keep on keeping on. Plus, I mention three examples of well-known people who went through rough patches of their own, which did not stop them in the least to keep go…
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Lynn Rietdorf nous explique la phase critique du paquet «fit for 55», avec les dernières négociations sur le système d’échange des quotas, le mécanisme d’ajustement de carbone aux frontières et le fond social pour le climat.Lynn Rietdorf
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Are you an introvert or an extrovert? What’s the difference? Why is there a difference? I, myself, relate more as an introvert which is why this will be more geared toward introversion as I can speak more to that. However, extroverts are most welcome to listen as you may find you relate to some of the same things or you’ll gain a better understandi…
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In an effort to reach a higher level of ourselves, we must sometimes go through processes that are not so easy: forgiveness of those who have wronged us. How do we do that when someone really offends us or hurts us? I will share quotes of prominent people in what they have to say about forgiveness. I will also explain how forgiveness is for you and…
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Do you have a goal? A big goal that you’re actively pursuing? Or has the monotony of life gotten in the way, causing your goal to fizzle out? Time to get re-motivated with ‘Your Big Why’. In order to stay focused on your goals and not lose sight of them, we must declare to ourselves the reason why we want this goal in the first place. It must be bi…
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Are you the kind of person, when handling anything in life, whether it’s a small task or a big project, you hesitate or take way too long to complete if it isn’t just right? Yup, you’re probably dealing with perfectionism. In today’s episode, I talk about the mental rollercoaster of thoughts that I knew I had to deal with in order to start this ver…
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In this episode of Carry On with Criselda, I share my personal journey from being unsatisfied and ungrateful with my situation as it pertained to my possessions to a better understanding of gratitude through letting go of said possessions. It was in this challenging process of giving away my stuff and donating it that made me realize just how bless…
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Le 27 octobre au soir les états membres et le parlement européen se sont mis d’accord qu’à partir de 2035 les émissions d’échappement des nouvelles voitures devraient être réduit de 100 pourcent. En d'autres mots, les nouvelles voitures ne devraient plus avoir d'émissions d’échappement du tout.Lynn Rietdorf
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Overwhelm! Ugh! How do you deal with it? Do you have a plan of action when it hits? Do you even recognize when you are feeling overwhelmed? Sometimes we are so overwhelmed we don’t even realize we are because we are so focused on our tasks that we kind of tune out how it’s affecting us. Today, I will give four signs of overwhelm along with five act…
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What kinds of thoughts about yourself run through your mind on a given day? Are they positive, empowering thoughts that give you the confidence and self-esteem you need to be you? Or are they negative, cutting thoughts that disempower you and lead you to believe the worst in yourself? Did you know you don’t have to indulge in a negative thought jus…
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This is the pilot episode of Carry On with Criselda, an introduction to the kinds of topics you can look forward to in the future. This is also the curtain-raiser to Criselda, that’s me. In this episode, I dig a little into my backstory from childhood, explaining what life was like for me and the start of my limiting beliefs and low self-esteem, co…
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Hi and welcome to Carry On with Criselda! This is the trailer to the first episode that is set to launch November 1, 2022. Each week I will be touching on topics such as gratitude, perfectionism, finding your purpose, mindfulness, releasing your past, imposter syndrome and so much more that will aim to encourage, inspire and awaken the soul to reac…
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Après plusieurs réunions des ministres à l’énergie, la Commission a soumis une nouvelle proposition aux pays européens le 18 octobre. La Commission s’est réservé le droit de proposer un mécanisme de contrôle des prix dans le futur sans aller jusqu’au bout cette fois ci.Lynn Rietdorf
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