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When talking about the built environment, we would do well to remember, "We shape our buildings, and afterwards, our buildings shape us." Therefore, on each episode, we'll discuss the latest trends from IAPMO in plumbing and mechanical safety, sustainability, and resiliency. Join me, your host Christoph Lohr, and together, we'll explore the ways we can make our buildings shape us for the better.
 
A podcast for women (and sometimes even men) with an honest voice about the realities of living without children. It is our mission to provide a platform for this global group, to create a supportive environment & community for Childless and Childfree women to share our stories and experiences. (un)Ripe is a vibrant, supportive community created by Jo Vraca, to share our stories - and we are anything but unripe. Each two weeks, I speak with women and men, counsellors, spinsters, hypnotherapi ...
 
Curious about love and marriage? Uncertain how to strengthen your relationship skills? Our hand-curated Love and Marriage podcast is full of talks from acclaimed speakers who want to help. Every Friday, hear new advice from popular BYU guests as they share with you what they have learned about love.
 
Join Center for Arizona Policy President Cathi Herrod and team as they bring you the best and brightest thinkers, speakers, writers, and decision makers today. Center for Arizona Policy is a nonprofit advocacy group whose mission is to promote and defend the foundational values of life, marriage and family, and religious freedom.
 
This is an interactive talk show about abuse, love, sex, marriage and relationships. We have various topics everyday concerning singles, abusive partners, and married couples etc. We talk about issues affecting us from having healthy relationships. The Host of this show is Lifestyles Expert and Inspirational Coach Michele R. Hughes.
 
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Hugh Marr, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in the private practice of psychotherapy in the Washington, DC area. He consults to other professionals and healthcare agencies in the fields of psychotherapy and substance abuse. He has taught both substance abuse counseling and psychotherapy at area universities; and has worked in all phases of community…
 
Jonathan Sabbagh spent 20 years working in finance, where he built two businesses from the ground up. After experiencing an intense burnout, he was eventually diagnosed with PTSD. After therapy and medications failed to help him, Jonathan found relief in a series of traditional ayahuasca ceremonies and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy, experiences w…
 
In this episode of Asymmetry, the Mirai garden is illuminated with joy and creativity as we are joined by our honored guest, kusamono professional Young Choe. Proudly compelling and feminine, Young guides us through her and early childhood in Korea and enlightens us with her evolution as a Kusamono artist, and the origins of her passion for horticu…
 
In Part 1 of 2, I tell you my story and how came to be (happily) childless after infertility. Plus, my husband, Jeff, who is also the sound engineer for the show, talks about his life in the States, and how he sees our childless life. I learn a few new things about him, after almost 28 years and I tell about the moment he broke my heart at the end …
 
Mark O’Connell LCSWMark O'Connell, LCSW, MFA is a psychotherapist in private practice in New York City. He is the author of the books The Performing Art of Therapy: Acting Insights and Techniques for Clinicians and Modern Brides & Modern Grooms, as well as numerous academic and popular articles about mental health and the performing art of living. …
 
On our final episode of Season 1, we'll finish our conversation about plumbing resiliency with a focus on plumbing equity and bridging plumbing equity gaps. Joining us on this episode are Emma Robbins, DigDeep's Navajo Water Project Executive Director, Kaitlin Harris, DigDeep Field Engineer, and Seán Kearney, Managing Director of the International …
 
In this episode, we'll discuss the concept of equity — specifically, plumbing and water equity — with Kathryn Sorensen, Director of Research for the Kyl Center for Water Policy and Professor of Practice at the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions. Sorensen served for many years as Director of Phoenix Water Services as well as Dir…
 
In the childless and childfree community, we talk about building a community with adults, where we’re not always surrounded by babies, kids, pregnant women and people talking about their kids. And it’s not just the childfree who are looking for a reprieve. Even us childless folk talk about adult only spaces – like planes, restaurants, resorts, you …
 
After a legislative session cut short by Covid 19 last year, state lawmakers took on hundreds of bills this session, passing a flurry of pro-life, pro-family bills, along with election reforms, and curriculum regulations. Legislators were not shy in taking on controversial issues, many that are the topic of conversation around the dinner table. CAP…
 
His name has been whispered as a possible 2024 presidential candidate. He held a top cabinet position in the Trump Administration, graduated top of his class at West Point, and carries decades of government experience. Former Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo was the keynote speaker at this year’s CAP Family Dinner and joins Cathi Herrod again to dis…
 
Michael Gellert was born and raised in Montreal. The son of Hungarian Holocaust survivors, he was educated in rabbinic Judaism, pursued religious studies in college, and trained with a renowned Zen master in Japan for two years. He was a humanities professor at Vanier College, Montreal, managed an employee assistance program for the City of New Yor…
 
In this week's episode, we'll continue our conversation on plumbing resiliency with a focus on sustainability and equity. Our guest this week is Ron Jones, co-founder and president of Green Builder Media, who is recognized as one of the fathers of the green building movement, instrumental in establishing guidelines and programs through NAHB, USGBC,…
 
A cognitive neuroscientist by training, Dr. Christian Jarrett has been popularizing psychology and neuroscience for over two decades. His award-winning writing on the mind, brain, and behavior has appeared in publications across the world, including the BBC, New York magazine, VICE, Aeon, The Guardian, GQ, WIRED, and many more. Today he is Deputy E…
 
This is part two of our two-part series where we'll continue our conversation about plumbing resiliency, drought prevention, and water reuse with Sarah Porter, Director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy at Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy; Micah Thomas, Senior Director of Program Development and Compliance at the Gre…
 
Growing hostility toward Religious freedom directly attacks the First Amendment right to exercise one’s religion without undue interference from government. We see it in efforts to force businessmen and women to choose between their livelihoods and their deeply held beliefs. We see charities forced to violate their beliefs if they want to continue …
 
In this episode of Asymmetry, we are elated to announce Mirai Live's new educator David Cutchin, a long-term student of Mirai with an extensive background in ecology and Southeastern American environments. As an expert in tropicals, propagation, and material cultivation and development for bonsai, David ushers us into a new era of Mirai Live instru…
 
Joining me on this episode is Kevin Petersen, LMFT who wrote the book Chronic Hope: Families and Addiction. We discuss Kevin’s personal story, signs that your loved one is struggling with addiction, what finding a treatment center looks like, and the role of the family system in recovery. Order the book: CLICK HERE The Chronic Hope Institute: https…
 
When I first heard about childless stepmums, I thought to myself, how lucky! You may not have had your own, but here you are, an instant family. But then I started hearing from women who have this exact experience and, honestly, it seems so fraught and complex. Not only are you dealing with, potentially, angry exes, but kids who don’t really want a…
 
Autonomy reigns in today’s culture. It supersedes the long-held understanding of humanity and sexuality, and the respect for religion and God himself. We see people running away from God and from truth, rejecting the creator and trying to do it their own way. The result divides and destroys. How does one thrive and influence culture in such a hosti…
 
Dr. Lisa Bravo aka “teen whisperer” is a highly acclaimed psychotherapist, speaker, author, and teacher. She holds a doctoral degree in behavioral health from Arizona State University and maintains a thriving practice in Scottsdale, Arizona, as an expert in family dynamics and adolescent behavior. When she’s not providing counseling to families, Dr…
 
This is part one of a two-part series where we'll continue our conversation on plumbing resiliency, expanding a little bit more into the weeds on drought prevention and water reuse with Sarah Porter, Director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy at Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy; Micah Thomas, Senior Director of Progr…
 
Many bills languishing in the State Legislature have a direct or indirect impact on each of us and our quality of life. They affect our rights as parents, educators, students, churchgoers, and community members. With the budget deadline looming, what compromises are legislators making to reach an agreement, and will that mean the sacrifice of pendi…
 
D. John Jackson is a Fortune 50 leader with global responsibilities that include strategic planning, engineering, data science, and artificial intelligence. A creative visionary, he’s an executive producer of documentary films, an author, a strategist, a futurist thinker, a lecturer, and a motivational speaker. His speaking topics are diverse and r…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of The Authority Podcast: Plumbing a Mechanical. This is part two of our two-part series where we'll continue our conversation about plumbing resiliency and sustainability with Emma Hughes, Project Manager in the LEED Department at the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC); Mike Cudahy, Regulation and Sustainability Spe…
 
In this episode of Asymmetry, Andrew Pearson, the UK-based ceramic artist behind the Stone Monkey brand joins Ryan Neil remotely to discuss the evolution of Pearson’s artistic journey. Expressing his connection to the containers he meticulously crafts, and the creation of the permanent vessel for the nonpermanent living tree, Pearson guides us thro…
 
Globally-traveled and well-respected rapper/Ivy League scholar Malik Starx’s artistry highlights music’s ability to motivate discourse, inspire research, and promote joy. His vocal talent is also present in the classroom, as he is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences (CLPS) at Brown Univ…
 
Tanya Hubbard and her husband live in Vancouver Canada and, like Australia, they have a robust public healthcare system with long waiting periods for elective, non-emergency surgery – and it certainly doesn’t over IVF. Tanya explains that, like so many of us, she didn’t start trying to get pregnant until her mid to late 30s, and by that time, she l…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of “The Authority Podcast: Plumbing & Mechanical.” This is part one of a two-part series where we're going to continue our theme of plumbing resiliency and discuss sustainability issues with Emma Hughes, Project Manager in the LEED Department at the U.S. Green Building Council, also known as USGBC; Mike Cudahy, Regula…
 
Scott D. Miller, Ph.D. is the founder of the International Center for Clinical Excellence an international consortium of clinicians, researchers, and educators dedicated to promoting excellence in behavioral health services. Dr. Miller conducts workshops and training in the United States and abroad, helping hundreds of agencies and organizations, b…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of The Authority Podcast: Plumbing & Mechanical. As we have all season long, we're going to continue our conversation of plumbing resiliency. On today's talk, we're going to focus on the overlap between water efficiency and well-being with Rodolfo Perez, Senior Director, Standard Development, for the International WEL…
 
In this episode of Asymmetry, ceramicist Nao Tokutake joins Ryan Neil for an in-depth conversation of ceramics, delving into the concept of the vessel, the clay, the chemistry, and the origins of the bonsai ceramic. As a young and upcoming ceramic artist in the Pacific Northwest, Nao profoundly details his personal journey from his roots in Japan t…
 
Elder Robert D. Hales teaches that celestial marriage is one of God's greatest blessings; however, it requires humility and diligence to prepare for and create a happy, eternal family. Support the show: https://ldsp-pay.ldschurch.org/donations/byu/byu-speeches.html See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
I've mentioned it before - I'm an only child. So I reached out to see how many of us childless are also onlies and today's guest, Alisha Saavedra put up her hand. Alisha lives in Southern California with her husband. She is originally from Mexico, and her husband is from Bolivia, where big families play a big role. With unexplained infertility and …
 
Kausik S PhD received his BS and MS degrees at the University of Calcutta. • He moved to the United States for his doctorate and earned a PhD degree in molecular biology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1999. • After graduating, Si did his postdoctoral fellowship in the lab of Nobel laureate Eric Kandel, MD, at Columbia University. Si want…
 
This is part two of our two-part series where we'll continue our conversation about plumbing resiliency and drought prevention with Cynthia Campbell, water resources management advisor for the City of Phoenix; Terrence McCarthy, water resources policy manager for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; and Doug Bennett, conservation manager …
 
In this devotional delivered by Thomas B. Holman, we learn that marriage can be an intimidating decision, but we have been given all the information we need to find the right person, right time, and right place. Read the full talk here. Support the show: https://ldsp-pay.ldschurch.org/donations/byu/byu-speeches.html See omnystudio.com/listener for …
 
Can you imagine going blind as a teenager? When most people were preparing for the adventure of adult life, Chad was watching the world he grew up with fade to black. But instead of feeling sorry for himself, he told himself "I’m gonna make blind look good.”He became the first blind executive to graduate from the Harvard Business School leadership …
 
This is part one of a two-part series where we'll be speaking about plumbing resiliency, and drought prevention with Cynthia Campbell, water resources management adviser for the city of Phoenix; Terrence McCarthy, water resources policy manager for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; and finally Doug Bennett, conservation manager for the…
 
In this episode of Asymmetry, long-time friends and bonsai professionals Peter Warren and Ryan Neil catch up on the past year and discuss the highly debated topic of Japanese maple pinching. As a Mirai collaborator and a revered United Kingdom bonsai educator, Peter Warren is well respected for his practice and knowledge of acer palmatum bonsai cul…
 
Nearly every state in the country has introduced at least one pro-life bill this year, including Arizona. Hundreds of them are making their way through various state legislatures. What is going on, and why now, when the Biden Administration moves fiercely toward a pro-abortion agenda? You won't believe what pro-life investigative journalist, David …
 
When you think of the term “spinster”, what comes to mind? Old, Sad, Crazy Cat Lady, Lonely, Bitter. “That old-maid myth is garbage.” Diane Keaton has said, and judging by the spinsters that surround us, she’s pretty right. It’s 2021, and the word Spinster should really hold not more negative power as, say, yellow or plant, hair, phone, single. Ser…
 
Tore Nielsen PhD Professor of Psychiatry & Addictology, U Montréal; Director, the Dream & Nightmare Laboratory. Dr. Nielsen studies dreaming from primarily neuroscientific and phenomenological perspectives. His current projects concern: sleep onset micro-dreaming, dreaming’s role in learning/memory/emotion, pandemic dreaming and nightmare pathophys…
 
Joining me on this episode is Dr. Davina Kotulski, who wrote the book The Manna Paradigm Shift: Creating the Consciousness of Abundance and Freedom. We discuss how the Manna Mindset can help you create a life of freedom and fulfillment, assist in focusing on the present moment, help to connect with a power greater than fear, break free of mental ch…
 
This is part two of our two-part series where we'll continue our conversation about plumbing resiliency with Dave Viola, CEO of IAPMO, Billy Smith, executive director and CEO of ASPE, and Kerry Stackpole, executive director and CEO of PMI. If you missed part one, we suggest you go back and listen to that episode before continuing here. Viola has mo…
 
Angel Morgan, PhD, President of IASD, is a dream psychologist, founder/director of Dreambridge, adjunct professor and research faculty in the Global PhD in Transpersonal Psychology program at Sofia University. She specializes in dreams, creativity, and the connection between the two (Dream-Arts). An interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker, she recei…
 
This is part one of a two-part episode in which we’ll be speaking about plumbing resiliency with Dave Viola, CEO of the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO); Billy Smith, executive director and CEO of the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE); and Kerry Stackpole, executive director and CEO of Plumbing Manu…
 
For this episode of Asymmetry, the Mirai team visited the Pacific Bonsai Museum to shine a light on the current exhibit, World War Bonsai: remembrance and resilience. Eve Sczechowski sits down with museum curator Aarin Packard and researcher Nancy Ukai, who is the director of a digital project called 50 Objects/Stories: The American Japanese Incarc…
 
When a major CAP supported pro-life bill died on the Senate floor, the media and other pro-abortion activists celebrated. But a bill is never dead until sine die, and now pro-life advocates are the ones celebrating. We discuss how it all happened with a special guest. Plus, what are the chances for a similar recovery after a disappointing veto of p…
 
Laura Curtis uses her voice to tell stories through song and sound. She met her husband when she was 22 and he was 36. He’d had a vasectomy in a previous relationship, so when Laura expressed her desire to become a mum, he had a reversal. Easy peasy. After all, Laura was not infertile and, in fact, she had a healthy reproductive system. But things …
 
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