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Having ADD or ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Hear from people all around the globe, from every walk of life, in every profession, from Rock Stars to CEOs, from Teachers to Politicians, who have learned how to unlock the gifts of their ADD and ADHD diagnosis, and use it to their personal and professional advantage, to build businesses, become millionaires, or simply better their lives.
 
A Rock's Thoughts is a show about Mental Health, Mental Injury, and Mental Illness, featuring Insights from an Exceptionally-Gifted Sociopathic Professor of Psychiatric Nursing with ADHD, ICD, MDD, and OCD. Professor R. Jon Rock, MSN, RN, PMH-BC, BSN-PMH, BS-BSH-P, BS-S-A, STTI, shares his thoughts and perspectives from 15+ years of clinical experience in mental and behavioral healthcare, as an educator of undergraduate and graduate nursing students in the field of Psychiatric/Mental Health ...
 
Feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, discouraged or anxious about life’s problems and challenges? Join me, Tamara K. Anderson, each Wednesday to hear real stories and lessons learned through adversity’s refining fire with God's help. You will hear interviews from normal people (just like you) who have had scrapes with death, been fired from jobs, survived the death of a loved one, experienced extreme health challenges, mental illness, or disabilities. My mission is to provide motivation, inspirat ...
 
Hey Beautiful People, I'm Savia Rocks, I'm a Professional Photographer, Writer, Presenter & your "Host" On the "Us People Podcast". I wanted to bring a platform of creative & unique individuals to discuss their passion, creativity, individuality, who they really are as a person and business success through conversation. I get to ask people questions that they don’t normally get asked which leaves each of us wondering, what if I got asked those questions, what would I say and how would I feel ...
 
Welcome to psychology for the rest of us. Host Dr. Monica Johnson takes the science of psychology and makes it both entertaining and relatable. Using a sympathetic ear and evidence-based research, she explains the ‘why’ behind emotions like joy, anger, fear, trust, and anxiety, and helps you better understand the relationships you form with your friends, family, coworkers, and yourself. Seeking a healthier emotional life? It’s time to bring a trained psychologist and mental health expert alo ...
 
Welcome to KingWoes Court, one of Ireland's only podcasts dedicated to Irish metal and rock music. we have rich a vein of talent in this country and we plan to showcase as many bands, and people involved in our blossoming scene. All genres of metal/rock are welcome on KingWoes court as host Carl King (Two Tales Of Woe) hosts a laid back chat with his guests, and they can chare stories and experiences about life in bands. Hosted by Carl King of Two Tales Of woe.
 
Professional Organizer, Brittany Singer, discusses organizing with business owners and founders from all walks of life. Organization isn't just about visible spaces. We'll discuss invisible clutter and disorganization like mental blocks and faulty systems. Are you looking to get out of your own way in business? Do you want systems that will help automate your business so you can focus on the areas that you are naturally a total rock star? Do you wonder if you're the only one struggling in th ...
 
Welcome to the official BBC News YouTube channel. Interested in global news with an impartial perspective? Want to see behind-the-scenes clips and footage directly from the front-line? Our YouTube channel has all this and more, bringing you specially selected clips from the world's most trusted news source. Tune into BBC World News for 24 hour news on TV. Check out BBC News on mobile and download our app for iPhone, Android and Kindle Fire. The official BBC News YouTube channel is operated b ...
 
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Two guys on the mic talking BLUNT, recording from the Chop Shop in Central California, reviewing local marijuana dispensaries and Taco trucks. Join us as we exhaust all topics from food to local and Southern California cultures. If you love sarcasm with a touch of superhero ninja, you will love this podcast and its many topics. BLUNT will include diverse guests and a motley of characters and self claimed comedians. So please join us and accept our invite to central valleys local BLUNT Podcast!
 
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Dr Evian Gordon Founder, Chairman and Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of Total Brain (Go To TOTALBrain). He also founded the largest standardized International Brain Database (over 1 million datasets) to discover what insights and behavioral habits are most effective in Mental Health, Wellness and Peak Performance. Over 250 peer-reviewed scientific publications. H-Index of over 70. References available at: Dr Evian Gordon.com Recipient of the inaugural Royal Societies Eureka Prize for Interdisci ...
 
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Ashley Brown teaches Coastal Kayaking, Stand Up Paddleboarding, and Instructor Development at the College of Charleston. She has developed these paddlesports courses over the past decade to include Sustainability Literacy and a First Year Experience course with a Biology class. Learning about sustainability and sharing it with the students led Ashl…
 
A mother has set up an autism and ADHD clinic after her daughter didn't meet the criteria on the NHS.Jane Lambert, who is a nurse, wanted to help other families by creating a team of specialists to diagnose and treat the condition. It is currently private, but she would like it to be a public service.Lucy Bint is the first patient to be diagnosed i…
 
Spain is in the middle of an ice shortage, with the war in Ukraine thought to be partly to blame.As temperatures rise, ice supplies run low, with some shops limiting the amount that customers can buy.Producers have said that rising electricity costs saw a delay to the production of ice this year, with storage costs for stockpiling said to be “unsus…
 
In the Gambia, like in most other parts of Africa, the cost of fertiliser is high.The government is able to provide a small subsidy, but the costs can be prohibitive for small scale farmers.It means that Gambians are coming up with innovative solutions, one such collective is based in Bakau, a town west of Gambia’s capital city of Banjul.The Bakau …
 
One year after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, most girls secondary schools remain closed, poverty and malnutrition levels are rising. But the end of the Taliban insurgency also means the war-ravaged country is now more peaceful than it has been in decades. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUogBBC Pakistan and Afghanistan Corresponde…
 
75 years on since the partition of British India into two independent states, some elderly survivors are reminded of the conflict, through the symbolic and religious tattoos which saved their lives.About 12 million people were displaced and up to a million lives were lost.India was split into religious lines, Muslims on one side in Pakistan with Si…
 
William Ruto has called for unity in Kenya after defying the odds by winning a fiercely contested presidential election against rival Raila OdingaIn his acceptance speech, Mr Ruto called for unity, saying he wanted to be a president for all, and for the country to focus on the future."To those who have done many things against us, I want to tell th…
 
A week after an apparent Ukrainian attack on a Russian military base in occupied Crimea, an arms store on another depot has been hit by a series of explosions.Russian officials said a fire triggered the blasts in the Dzhankoi area - before later blaming "sabotage".A separate fire broke out at power substation and a railway was damaged.A string of b…
 
In this episode of the Us People Podcast. Bryan "Boom Dice" Wilson - 3 x Grammy Nominated/Brit Winning Music Producer/Songwriter/Mixer/Engineer & Founder/A&R of Boom Dice Presents, have a chance to find laughter and talk about: Being based in London for over 15 years but has not lost his accent. coming from Canada Singing in a church choir, playing…
 
What’s expected to be the first autonomous container ship is at the beginning of a two-year pilot.Norwegian fertiliser giant Yara is behind the vessel, which will gradually transition to fully autonomous navigation.The global maritime industry is a major emitter of greenhouse gases, and it is thought this could be one step towards a green shipping …
 
Much of Europe is baking in record heat, which has exposed riverbeds and triggered restrictions on water use in many areas.Water levels in the key German river the Rhine have stabilised after dropping dramatically during a drought in the area. Officials in France have said a major fire in the south-west has been brought under control, meaning 8,000…
 
It's a year to the day since the Taliban entered Kabul unchallenged and took control of Afghanistan, transforming the lives of millions of people.Taliban fighters have been parading in the streets as a national holiday has been declared to mark the anniversary.But the country is experiencing a deepening economic and humanitarian crisis, with many m…
 
As Better Call Saul airs its finale, the series' co-creator Vince Gilligan spoke to Newsnight's Mark Urban.With programmes such as The X-Files and Breaking Bad to his name, Gilligan has been established as one of the most acclaimed TV creators of this century. Reflecting on his body of work so far, Gilligan discussed his use of 'anti-heroes', how m…
 
Kristin Harila is on the verge of completing mountain climbing's most difficult challenge.The Norwegian climber has reached the summit of 11 of the world's 14 tallest mountains - all over 8,000m (26,000ft). If Harila is able to climb the remaining three peaks by November, she will become the fastest person in the world to achieve this accomplishmen…
 
A walrus that had become a popular attraction in the Oslo Fjord has been put down out of concern for the safety of the public, Norwegian officials say.The walrus, nicknamed Freya, rose to fame after clambering on to boats to sunbathe - sometimes sinking them.People refused warnings not to get too close to the 1,300lb (600kg) animal, putting her and…
 
It's been one year since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan. The country is facing a severe economic and humanitarian crisis, and there are growing security concerns. The US claimed two weeks ago that it killed Al Qaeda’s chief Ayman Al Zawahiri in Kabul. But one of the most significant issues in an Afghanistan under the Taliban is that girls …
 
A year after the Taliban swept back to power in Afghanistan following the withdrawal of international forces, a great deal has changed there.One year on, life for women and girls is very different, with restrictions on education and employment.Mishal Husain presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Lyse Doucet and Secunder Kermani, who returned to Afgh…
 
Rock band Antytila are one of Ukraine’s most popular acts and attracted a whole new fanbase when they posted a TikTok video while clad in combat gear in Kyiv.Members of the band signed up to be army medics on the frontline when Russia invaded nearly six months ago.Viewers in the UK can watch the full documentary Frontline Frontmen on BBC iPlayer he…
 
Dozens of people have died after a fire broke out at a church in Egypt, many of them crushed during a desperate scramble to escape.Officials said the number of dead is at least 41, with dozens injured. Children are believed to be among the dead.An electrical fire broke out as 5,000 worshippers gathered for Mass at the Coptic Abu Sifin church in the…
 
China’s massive economy is being threatened by a real estate debt crisis the likes of which has never been seen.Just months before Xi Jinping is to be ushered into a historic third term in office, banks are failing, and protesting property investors are withholding mortgage repayments because developers have not finished building their homes.In som…
 
A new smart sweatshirt is being tested on stroke survivors to help people regain control of their arms, technology programme BBC Click reports.The device in the clothing directs a force to a specific muscle so that over time it can retrain the brain. Eventually it will help the user regain control of their limb.One of the challenges faced in design…
 
Global demand for vinyl records is at its highest in 30 years.Most factories still use the same methods that have been in production since the 1980s, technology programme BBC Click reports.There’s also a backlog due to the impact of the pandemic.It means that some artists and fans are having to wait at least a year to get their hands on one.So, is …
 
Taliban fighters have dispersed dozens of female protesters in Kabul, almost a year after the militant group seized power.About 40 women marched through the Afghan capital demanding rights, before the Taliban broke it up by firing into the air.The fighters seized their mobile phones, stopping one of the first women's protests in months.Please subsc…
 
Tons of dead fish have turned up along hundreds of kilometres of the river Oder, on the German-Polish border. Both countries believe a toxic substance is to blame, but have yet to identify the source of the spill. Germany's environment minister has said it was "environmental catastrophe". It is not yet known if humans can be affected by the contami…
 
One of the first things the Taliban did when they returned to power in Afghanistan a year ago was ban women from playing any sport - putting female athletes in danger.But with the help of a former World Champion cyclist, five young women from the national cycling team managed to escape to a town in northern Italy.Some of them are now hoping to beco…
 
A brown bear cub has been rescued by rangers at a national park in Turkey, after it consumed a hallucinogen.Mad honey, or deli bal in Turkish, is a type of rhododendron honey.Footage shows the bear looking dazed and wobbly before it is taken to a vet.Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog#Turkey #Bears #BBCNews…
 
Salman Rushdie's agent has said the author is on a ventilator and unable to speak after being stabbed on stage in New York, adding that the author, 75, may lose one eye.Mr Rushdie has suffered years of Islamist death threats after writing The Satanic Verses, published in 1988.Police detained a suspect named as Hadi Matar, 24, from New Jersey.Please…
 
On 9 February 1955 apartheid South Africa forcibly evicted residents from Sophiatown, a multi-racial suburb in Johannesburg.65,000 people were ‘removed’ and Sophiatown was demolished and turned into a whites-only neighbourhood called Triomf.Elizabeth Nobathane was a child at the time and shares her memories of the night soldiers arrived to move her…
 
A warrant shows the FBI took 11 sets of classified documents from Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida earlier this week.One list of documents is marked "TS/SCI" - or top secret / sensitive compartmented information - a level reserved for information that could cause "exceptionally grave" damage to US security.Mr Trump denies any wrongdoi…
 
A drought has been declared in many parts of England following the driest July in the country since 1935.It means water companies can begin announcing stricter measures to conserve supplies.A four-day extreme heat amber warning is in place for parts of England and Wales, with temperatures forecast to hit 37C (99F), and the Met Office is warning the…
 
Author Salman Rushdie, who suffered years of Islamist death threats after writing The Satanic Verses, has been attacked on stage in New York state.The Booker Prize winner, 75, was speaking at an event at the Chautauqua Institution at the time.New York State Police said a male suspect ran up onto the stage and attacked Mr Rushdie and an interviewer.…
 
Malta is the only EU state with a ban on abortion, there are no exceptions, including in cases of rape or incest.Neither of Malta's main political parties supported a bill to decriminalise abortion last year but campaigners hope that a review of the law, along with shifts in social attitudes, could trigger change.Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly…
 
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Russia of “nuclear blackmail” over its use of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant - the biggest in Europe – as a military base.Invading forces have occupied the site since early March, however, it's still operated by Ukrainian technicians.More shelling of the plant has been reported, with Ukraine …
 
Hundreds of firefighters from at least seven EU countries are joining efforts to combat a huge wildfire in south-western France.It has already destroyed about 7,400 hectares (18,286 acres) of forest, officials say.The fire about 30km (19 miles) south-east of Bordeaux has gutted some homes and forced 10,000 residents to flee.Please subscribe HERE ht…
 
A French freediver broke the world record for deepest dive with bi-fins as he descended to a depth of 120m (393ft).Arnaud Jerald took 3 minutes and 34 seconds to complete the dive, during the annual Vertical Blue competition in the Bahamas.It's the seventh time the 26-year-old has broken the world record in his career.Please subscribe HERE http://b…
 
Former US President Donald Trump has said he will not oppose the release of the warrant that let FBI agents search his Mar-a-Lago home earlier this week.The US Department of Justice has made a rare request to a Florida court to unseal the warrant, and if granted, it would mean the documents are made available to the public.It could confirm the reas…
 
The shortlist of UK cities that could host next year's Eurovision Song Contest has been revealed, with seven locations in the running.Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and Sheffield will vie to stage the event in May.Twenty cities expressed an interest, the BBC said, and those not making the shortlist include London and B…
 
Do you have moments where you are as cool as a cucumber, some in which you’re as hot as a Carolina Reaper, and others where you feel the calm of a person who finally has their shiitake together? This week, we're going to explore the 3 states of mind and how they affect your life. Savvy Psychologist is hosted by Dr. Monica Johnson. A transcript is a…
 
In the aftermath of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the constitutional right to an abortion, clinics are shutting down and abortion seekers don't know where to go for help.Some are turning to crisis pregnancy centres, not knowing that these are anti-abortion.This is what happened when a woman considering an abortion walked into one of thes…
 
Meta's new prototype chatbot has told the BBC that Mark Zuckerberg exploits its users for money.Meta says the chatbot uses artificial intelligence and can chat on "nearly any topic".Asked what the chatbot thought of the company's CEO and founder, it replied "our country is divided and he didn't help that at all".Meta said the chatbot was a prototyp…
 
New figures reveal tens of thousands of people have been waiting more than two months, and some even longer, to see their GP for suspected cancer treatment. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Caroline Boulton, 56, from Greater Manchester has stage-four breast cancer and faced delays at every stage of her treatment. But could the growth hav…
 
Satellite images appear to show major damage and a number of destroyed Russian warplanes at a Crimea airbase following explosions there this week.The Saky base in the west of Russian-ruled Crimea was rocked by a string of blasts on Tuesday, killing one person.The base's runways appear intact, but at least eight aircraft seem damaged or destroyed wi…
 
More than 1,000 firefighters are battling a "monster" wildfire in the south-western France that has already destroyed nearly 7,000 hectares of forest.The raging blaze near the city of Bordeaux has gutted a number of homes and forced 10,000 residents to flee.European countries have seen a wave of deadly wildfires this summer, triggered by record tem…
 
Former US President Donald Trump has declined to answer questions as part of a New York state investigation into his family's business practices.Mr Trump had sued in an effort to block the interview at the New York attorney general's office on Wednesday.State officials accuse the Trump Organization of misleading authorities about the value of its a…
 
Domino's Pizza's last stores in Italy have been closed after the firm that operated its outlets in the country filed for bankruptcy, reports say.Franchise holder ePizza SpA was hit by the pandemic, according to Bloomberg.Domino's had struggled to win over customers in the birthplace of pizza since launching there in 2015.Please subscribe HERE http:…
 
One of the world’s largest cryptocurrency trading platforms Coinbase has reported a larger than expected quarterly loss, as investors worried by the fall in the value of riskier assets move away from trading in cryptocurrencies.Coinbase says it expects trading volumes to fall further in the current quarter.Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUo…
 
The Loire Valley is known as "the Garden of France" - but the garden is withering in intensely hot weather.France's worst drought since records began has turned lush vegetation into arid fields of brown crops, shrivelling under what is now the fourth heatwave of the year.There are warnings of a "disaster" if it doesn't rain soon.Please subscribe HE…
 
Former inmates have spoken to the BBC about being systematically raped and tortured in Russian prisons.Leaked footage of such abuse was circulated by an insider last year, and now victims have told the BBC why it happens and how they are fighting for justice.Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog#Russia #BBCNews…
 
Nearly 4,000 beagles are looking for new homes after what is thought to be one of the biggest ever dog rescue efforts in the US.The dogs were being bred at a facility in Virginia that then sold them on to laboratories for drug experiments.But the company has now been shut down because of animal rights violations - and charities are on a mission to …
 
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