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“Aging Flipped” is where we flip the script on all the things we believe are true about aging, alcohol’s role in our lives, ADHD, and what’s possible after you turn 50. Your host Debi Talbert, certified Mindset & Alcohol Freedom Coach, is a Baby Boomer on a mission to break the stigma she grew up with around, ADHD, Rethinking Alcohol, and Aging. Song credit: Songwriters: A.Rochelle Harper and Gary Boz Boswell (c)2008 ASCAP Link to the song - https://www.reverbnation.com/rochelleharpermusic/s ...
 
Are you ready to drink less and change your relationship with alcohol forever? Successful women everywhere are drinking more alcohol more frequently. Society tells us that drinking is a normal way to handle stress and anxiety and is a fun, easy way to reward ourselves at the end of a long day. But drinking too much keeps us from living the healthy, connected, joyful life we really want. Every day Dr. Sherry Price helps women transform their desire to drink with simple, powerful, cognitive-ba ...
 
Are worried you might be drinking too much but can’t imagine your life without happy hours and wine glasses? In early sobriety and looking for tools and support to stay alcohol-free? Just wondering what this whole “sober curious movement'' is all about? You’re in the right place! The Hello Someday Podcast was created for busy women with full calendars and overflowing to-do lists, who are doing ALL THE THINGS and then coming home and drinking to forget about all the things. Each week host Cas ...
 
Stop Overdrinking and Create the Life You Love! Hey Sister! Do you find yourself saying, “I need to get control of my drinking?” Do you google “How to know if I’m drinking too much” or “Am I an alcoholic?” Feeling stressed most of the time? Is your health going downhill and it makes you feel like crap? Is your anxiety through the roof, so much that you wake up at 3am with your heart racing and thinking negative thoughts about yourself? You hide it well. Not many people know. You show up for ...
 
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Hey Sister, remember when I realized that my drinking had truly become an idol for me. I realized that wine was my go-to in almost all circumstances. I thought of it for many hours a day it truly consumed my mind. I believed it was the answer to having fun for stress relief when I was angry when I was experiencing pain or sadness or joy. For anythi…
 
Have you heard of Tommy Rosen and The Recovery 2.0 approach to holistic healing from addiction to alcohol and drugs? If not, you’re in for a treat. Tommy Rosen is the founder of Recovery 2.0 and works to help people build powerful, sustainable lives in which they thrive, not just survive, in sobriety. Anyone can fall victim to addiction, whether it…
 
Pope Francis has said that being gay is not a crime, but still referred to homosexuality in terms of “sin.” We discuss the significance of his statement with Father James Martin, a Jesuit priest and editor-at-large of America Media; Sister Jeannine Gramick, co-founder of the New Ways Ministry, which supports LGBTQ rights; and Mark Guevarra, a PhD s…
 
Once you start down the path of overdrinking, it gets harder and harder to course correct or even notice that your relationship with drinking has become unhealthy. Luckily, there are 10 warning signs you can look out for that are a wake-up call, telling you that your drinking is in the danger zone. Tune in this week to discover the top 10 warning s…
 
A corruption scandal in Ukraine has forced several key government officials to resign or be dismissed, amid allegations of profiteering off the war. Matt Galloway talks to Politico Europe reporter Veronika Melkozerova; and Tymofiy Mylovanov, former Ukrainian minister of economic development and now president of the Kyiv School of Economics.…
 
Some of Canada's leading experts have contributed to a new report, Taking Back Health Care, focused on fixing a system in crisis. Matt Galloway talks to two of its authors: Dr. Jane Philpott, a former federal health minister and now dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University; and Dr. Alika Lafontaine is president of the Canadian M…
 
Cats have been studied less than dogs, but new research suggests that there may be more to our feline friends than we once thought. We talk to longtime veterinarian Bruce Kornreich, the director of the Cornell Feline Health Centre; and archivist Jennifer Parrucci, co-author of Cats: From the Archives of The New York Times.…
 
The federal government has agreed to repatriate 19 women and children from detention camps for suspected ISIS members in Syria, while a judge has also ordered that four men be brought back. We discuss what happens next with Leah West, a national security expert and assistant professor at Carleton University; and BBC journalist Josh Baker, whose new…
 
Behind every catfish, there’s the bait. Who is Janessa Brazil? Stolen images of an adult entertainment star are being used to con victims out of thousands of dollars, breaking hearts in the process. Journalist Hannah Ajala embarks on a quest to find Janessa, in this 8-part true crime series. And who is responsible for catfishing scams? Produced for…
 
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there may soon be “positive” news about a health-care deal between the provinces and the federal government. Matt Galloway talks to Tonda MacCharles, a parliamentary reporter with the Toronto Star; Emilie Nicolas, a columnist for Le Devoir and the Montreal Gazette; and André Picard, health columnist for the Globe …
 
World news, local voices. Nothing is Foreign is a weekly trip to where the story is unfolding. Hosted by Tamara Khandaker. Since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan in August 2021, there has been a crackdown on the rights and freedoms of women in the country. This episode of Nothing is Foreign shares the courageous story of a teacher in Afghani…
 
Dozens of defence ministers are meeting in Germany today to discuss what weapons they're willing to supply to Ukraine. Matt Galloway talks to Constanze Stelzenmüller, the Fritz Stern Chair and director of the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution; and Richard Shimooka, a senior fellow at the MacDonald-Laurier Institute…
 
A new Canadian documentary, Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age, explores the online hate that women and girls face now — and how authorities are sometimes ill-equipped to deal with it. We talk to co-director Guylaine Maroist; and Laurence Gratton, a school teacher featured in the film.
 
When is the last time you were really honest with yourself about how you felt? Do you brush it off when you feel anything uncomfortable by telling yourself "it's fine, it's fine"? Thinking it will just go away or get better on its own? This is not being kind to ourselves and it will NOT move us forward in the direction we so deeply desire to go. In…
 
Do you feel stuck? Not just in the drinking cycle, but stuck in your job, your commitments, your role in relationships or habits or patterns that are no longer serving you and yet seem impossible to break. Becky Vollmer, yoga teacher, speaker and author of You Are Not Stuck: How Soul-Guided Choices Transform Fear into Freedom, joined me to help us …
 
Proposed judicial reform in Israel has prompted thousands to take to the streets in protest. We talk to Dahlia Scheindlin, a political analyst and fellow at the think tank The Century Foundation; Eli Lipshitz, the spokesperson and first secretary for public diplomacy for the Embassy of Israel in Canada; and Diana Buttu, a lawyer and former adviser …
 
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine globally impacted energy supplies, prompting many countries to explore more options around nuclear power. Matt Galloway talks to Mark Hibbs, an expert on the European nuclear industry; Canadian Nuclear Laboratories President and CEO Joe McBrearty; and Susan O'Donnell, adjunct research professor for the environment and s…
 
"Studies show that women who have one drink per day increase their risk of breast cancer by 5% to 9% compared to those who abstain." I see statistics like this and they fire me up. When we drink, we ignore the facts and justify our drinking because of how alcohol makes us feel. But we need to come back to the actual facts. The truth is, we don’t ac…
 
An app called Gas allows high school students to send each other anonymous compliments — but its popularity is raising concerns about the impact on teens’ self-esteem. Mitchell Cait-Goldenthal, a Grade 11 student in Toronto, tells us how the app works; and technology journalist Alexandra Samuel discusses what teens and parents should consider.…
 
A new report calls for cancer warning labels on alcohol and suggests Canadians stick to two drinks per week to minimize health risks. Matt Galloway talks to Dr. Alexander Caudarella, CEO of the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction; and Dan Malleck, a health sciences professor and medical historian who specializes in alcohol and drug polic…
 
Former Afghan MP Mursal Nabizada was killed by gunmen in her Kabul home on the weekend, prompting calls for Canada to help relocate other women who served in Afghanistan's parliament before the Taliban takeover. We talk to former Afghan MP Shinkai Karokhail, who served as Afghanistan's ambassador to Canada from 2016 to 2018.…
 
Ontario plans to permanently move some surgeries to privately run clinics to tackle a large backlog and long wait times — but critics warn the move will drain staff from public facilities, and could lead to a two-tiered health-care system. We talk to Kevin Smith, president and CEO of University Health Network; and family and emergency physician Dr.…
 
The diabetes drug Ozempic has been hailed as an effective treatment for obesity, but there are concerns about whether publicity around the drug fuels harmful ideas around weight loss and diet culture. Matt Galloway talks to Dr. Ali Zentner, an internal medicine, diabetes and obesity specialist with Revolution Medical Clinic in Vancouver; and Eva Pi…
 
The next UN climate conference will be chaired by the CEO of an oil company, sparking concern among climate scientists and activists. We talk to Catherine Abreu, founder of the climate advocacy group Destination Zero and a member of the Net Zero Advisory Body, which provides independent advice to the Canadian government.…
 
Allison Holthoff, 37, died on New Year's Eve after waiting hours to be seen in the emergency department of her local Nova Scotia hospital. We talk to her husband Gunter Holthoff, who is calling for change in the health-care system; as well as Robert Martel, a former emergency doctor in Nova Scotia; and Catherine Little, a registered nurse at an ER …
 
Travel chaos left hundreds of Canadians stranded over the holiday period, missing out on precious time with loved ones. Matt Galloway discusses what went wrong — and what needs to be done about it — with Andrew Gibbons, vice president of external affairs at WestJet; and George Chahall, Liberal MP for Calgary Skyview and a member of the Transport Co…
 
Have you ever thought to yourself, "Why do I drink so much? Why can't I stop drinking? Why can't I have just one?" You are not alone. I asked myself the same questions. What I have found is this is not helpful. What if you changed the questions to What? Inside this episode, I help you with this process in hopes to open up your mind to new awareness…
 
Holly Whitaker, author of The New York Times best-selling book Quit Like A Woman, The Radical Choice To Not Drink In A Culture Obsessed with Alcohol, was an integral part of my decision to stop drinking and support in early sobriety and her work has helped thousands of women. When I was 60 days sober I signed up for Holly Whitaker’s Hip Sobriety Sc…
 
We continue our Reasons for Optimism series with Samantha Nutt, founder of War Child Canada, and Alfred Okech, the country director for Uganda for War Child Canada. They reflect on supporting young people affected by conflict, how progress can be made in dark circumstances and the power of defiance in the face of oppression.…
 
Five years ago, Seán Binder was among volunteers helping asylum seekers as they arrived on the Greek island of Lesbos, after they had crossed the Mediterranean by boat. Binder and 23 other volunteers were arrested, and are now on trial in Greece on charges of espionage, forgery, trafficking and being part of a criminal organization. Matt Galloway t…
 
If you’re struggling to cut back on your drinking and you don’t want to turn to others for help, you might be struggling with toxic independence. Some signs of this are extreme perfectionism, self-criticism, and even taking on too much responsibility at home or work. Luckily, once you see how this trait is getting in your way, you can begin to chan…
 
The federal government has finalized the purchase of 88 F-35 jet fighters, at a cost of $19 billion. Matt Galloway discusses the warplanes, and whether Canada needs them, with CBC senior parliamentary defence reporter Murray Brewster; Alan Williams, who was the assistant deputy minister of materiel for the Department of National Defence; and Stephe…
 
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