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16 episodes, 16 hours 28 mins
Ep. 196 Cannabis Education and CBD Celebration with The Founders Of Miss Grass
In celebration of our favorite green holiday we open a discussion on the evolving and vast cannabis landscape by turning to Missgrass.com’s founders, Anna Duckworth and Kate Miller. These ladies inform TSR about the complex plant in all her glory, answer our burning CBD queries, and join us in de-stigmatizing cannabis usage. Use code RETROGRADE for 15% off at missgrass.com
What if I Don't Know What Caused My Social Anxiety?
In this episode... Do you worry that you'll never know what to do about your social anxiety because you don't know what caused it? Or maybe you feel there is way to much to work through to do it? In this post, I'm addressing a viewer question that you may share: “What if I don't know what the experience is that kick-started my social anxiety? Because I have so many experiences in my past that I need to address? How do I know what to do?” I'm sharing two tips to address these concerns and break them down so you can immediately start taking action to overcome your social anxiety! Check out the show notes page here and the weekly post is here. Contact me directly: www.social-anxiety-solutions.com/contact/ Warm regards, Sebastiaan van der Schrier
160 HCD Top 10 Causes of Dizziness
Most of us have experienced dizziness at some point in our lives, and it can be one of the most vague and non-specific symptoms patients experience. So let’s shed some light on this rather mysterious symptom and talk about the 10 most common causes of dizziness. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/1XUKilJ
#1246 - Pot Debate - Alex Berenson & Dr. Michael Hart
Alex Berenson is a former reporter for The New York Times and the author of several thriller novels and a book on corporate financial filings. His new book "Tell Your Children: The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence" is available now via Amazon. Dr. Michael Hart is the founder and medical director of Readytogo clinic, a medical cannabis clinic in London, Ontario, Canada.
How to Wean Off Soda and Junk Food | CarSmart Edition – 398
Chalene promised last week to do a follow-up episode on how she detoxed off of diet soda. In today’s show, Chalene will not only share that step-by-step process, but will go one step further! You’ll find out the (often secret) strategies she put in place with her family as she attempted to change their taste buds and have them, ultimately, crave less sugar!Join our new awesome PodSquad on Facebook here:www.facebook.c
#113 — Consciousness and the Self
In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Anil Seth about the scientific study of consciousness, where consciousness emerges in nature, levels of consciousness, perception as a “controlled hallucination,” emotion, the experience of “pure consciousness,” consciousness as “integrated information,” measures of “brain complexity,” psychedelics, different aspects of the “self,” conscious AI, and many other topics. SUBSCRIBE to continue listening and gain access to all content on samharris.org/subscribe.
#112 — The Intellectual Dark Web
In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Eric Weinstein and Ben Shapiro about the breakdown of shared values, the problem with identity politics, religion, free will, the primacy of reason, and many other topics. SUBSCRIBE to continue listening and gain access to all content on samharris.org/subscribe.
738: What Defines Happiness
It’s fair to say that happiness is one of the most important goals we can pursue in life because not much else matters if you’re not deriving some happiness from this journey we are all on - but how do we define happiness, what can we do to improve our overall happiness, and how might we be sabotaging ourselves in the pursuit of it? What to Listen ForWhat is the definition of happiness?What is the difference between contentment and pleasure with how they relate to your pursuit of happiness?How does having meaning in your life weave into your ability to be happy?AJ and Johnny explain the significance of being present and how it demands regular practice in order to make it stickWhat are the three primary influencing factors in your happiness?How important are the circumstances in which you live when it comes to your overall happiness?Are your genetics the biggest or smallest contributor to our happiness?Why are your mindset and actions the most important factor of happiness even tho...
743: Relationship Goals: Love, Friends & Work
Smartphones and the apps that exist on them have blown the doors wide open when it comes to creating options in your dating life as well as giving you the (sometimes false) perception of keeping in touch with friends. But what are the drawbacks of relying on all these algorithms to meet new people, how can you ensure you’re actually nurturing the personal and professional relationships you already have, and what does the science tell us about the current state of our social lives? What to Listen ForAre you more likely to meet your significant other on your own or through friends, and what does this mean for you?How have dating apps both improved and damaged the world of dating?Why can information overload have a negative impact on your love life and what can you do to control it?What are emotional bids and how can you use them to improve the relationships in your life, both platonic and romantic?What are Glue Guys/Girls and how do they hold teams together in a corporate/work enviro...
745: Positive Psychology & the Science of Well-Being w/ Rob Mack
Positive psychology is a relatively new area of study and it’s garnered a ton of attention over the last few years - but what exactly is positive psychology, how is it connected to the relationships we have, and what can you start doing today to find more fulfillment, happiness, and success in life? What to Listen ForWhat are the core teachings of positive psychology and how can you implement them to get through the lows of life?What is the danger of identifying yourself with work or hobbies or relationships and if those are not ideal, where should you draw your identity from?Rob Mack touches on cognitive agility and emotional regulation and why those two ideas help explain why so many people suffer from addictionWhy is it unhealthy to perceive relationships as something to “complete” you and how should you look at them instead?What can you say to someone who is clearly playing the victim and help them move beyond it?What is the one thing we know about the effective therapies aro...
Ever wondered where all the aliens are? It’s actually very weird that, as big and old as the universe is, we seem to be the only intelligent life. In this episode, Josh examines the Fermi paradox, and what it says about humanity’s place in the universe. (Original score by Point Lobo.) Interviewees: Anders Sandberg, Oxford University philosopher and co-creator of the Aestivation hypothesis; Seth Shostak, director of SETI; Toby Ord, Oxford University philosopher. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How the Stanford Prison Experiment Worked
The infamous Stanford Prison Experiment wasn't really much of an experiment as it turns out. It was more like a poorly thought out exercise conducted by a professor who didn't dot the i's and cross the t's. Listen in as Josh and Chuck give this experiment some harsh treatment of their own. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Recycling Update: How’s It Going?
It’s been about a decade since Josh and Chuck last checked in on recycling and since then a lot has changed. A global commodities market dealing in recyclables has developed and recently crashed. Jump back into the fascinating world of recycling. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Short Stuff: Grandfather Clocks
If you've ever wondered why a grandfather clock is called a grandfather clock and you have 12 minutes to spare, this is your lucky day. Listen in to the brand new Short Stuff series. It's everything you want from Josh and Chuck, and less! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
How Epilepsy Works
A seizure is like an electrical overload in the brain – when it gets overwhelmed, it just shuts down and resets itself. But imagine being susceptible to these overloads, where one could come at any time with little or no warning. That is epilepsy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
SYSK Selects: How Schizophrenia Works
Up to 24 million people worldwide have schizophrenia. Despite the vast amounts of research, the disorder remains mysterious. In this episode, Josh and Chuck delve into the nature of schizophrenia, from the history of the disorder to the latest research. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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