Now a front-line healthcare worker in the midst of a pandemic, she is faced with unprecedented challenges. 6 - Caring in a Crisis Pt 1 - Echoes of a Community: Melissa Graham. We discuss being coroners, witches, and poorly planned architecture. There are a couple of hands on mindfulness exercises that you will be invited to follow along with. The show is live every Thursday, 22:00 UTC on Discord. I am an engineering graduate who reinvented himself as a podcaster and chronic illness/disability advocate after developing fibromyalgia, myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS), and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS). This episode also debuts a new segment in the middle, a call to action, so get ready to get engaged and do more than just listen! Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thediscomfortzonepodcast/message. We refer to this uneasy consternation as “stepping into your Discomfort Zone.” That is, we want these people—people we truly care about—to feel temporarily naked. This week we watched a movie designed to punish Joboo: The Descent. Because when you’re naked, you’re most vulnerable. Facebook Link The link for the Ted talk I reference will be found on the facebook page The Discomfort Zone PC. Keep it up! Thank you, Meister. All of this is preparation, for the new perspective on the creation of the human race. We discuss spear guns, terrible people, and excellent narration. This week we watched Black Swan. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. We discuss caves, never going into caves, and not understanding why anyone would ever go in a cave. January 19, 2020 by Discomfort Zone This week we watched Crawl. We discuss early 20th century technology, terrible ways to die, and The Raid. Their fears echoed many of her own. This week we watched Crawl. 4 Tracks. Lindsay shares her insights on how the government could ensure the safety of personal support workers and their clients. Where does the consumer fit into all of this, and what real tangible actions can we take to attempt to right the ship of the specialty-coffee marketplace so that it benefits—or at the very least stops harming—coffee producers around the world? If you are a podcaster, the best way to manage your podcasts on Listen Notes is by claiming your Listen Notes Combining pain with humour and persistence seems an unlikely combo, but episode 2 of discomfort zone manages it easily. I love hearing from you. 2020 ‎A show on what it's like living with an invisible illness. ‎The Discomfort Zone: A Podcast about Vulnerability is an interview-based show about a whole range of topics, beliefs, issues, anxieties, and quirks that make us uncomfortable, in the hopes that we can see each other and make real connections through open dialog. E#38 Environmentalism, Jnana Yoga and the halls of Amenti - DZP, E#37 Edgar Cayce and the five levels of consciousness - DZP, E#35 Sacred geometry, angels and shifting dimensions - DZP, E#32 Astrology, Death and Reincarnation - DZP, E#31 The four Elements and the seven Chakras - DZP. Invisible Not Broken - Chronic Illness Podcast Network. We discuss Hanson, petting zoos, and zombie frogs. My gym teacher ridicules me in front of my peers, prompting the question: was my child-acting career a fluke? I hope you enjoy this episode and please send me some feedback! This week we watched Bone Tomahawk. We discuss self defense, whiny actors, and watching the same movie three times in a row. Keith has dedicated the past few years of his life to finding a cure for his son Bryson who lives with a rare brain disease that has left him unable to walk or talk. Reach out! CLAIM THIS PODCAST This week we watched another Netflix Original, The Ritual. We discuss wedding dresses, doing dishes, and making tea. Maybe you’re new to leadership or aspiring to become a leader? Hold on as our captivating host Stephen Harding takes us through challenging conversations on topics such as spirituality, recovery, vulnerability, masculinity, and overcoming obstacles. Minneapolis. Is your network connection unstable or browser outdated? And when you’re vulnerable, that’s when radical growth happens. Instagram Link We discuss ballet, Perfect Blue, and my inability to pronounce Aronofsky. This week we watched Little Monsters. This podcast is for self-motivated and growth-oriented current and future leaders who want actionable, results-oriented insight and advice on how to ta DiscomfortZoneChat@gmail.com A brief introduction to The Discomfort Zone expressing some of the topics that will be touched on as well as the intention behind this podcast. On this bonus episode we discuss the Dark Universe, empty hallways, and Home Alone. This week we watched the Netflix Original Eli. This week we watched One Cut of the Dead. Working as a mental health counselor, one component of my vocation is to nurture vulnerability: to encourage vulnerability in the lives of the people I see and explore the meaningful connections we have. This week we watched the movie I most regret missing last year: Ready or Not. It’s episode 40, which means Vicky is back to reap vengeance upon us. We discuss the difference between crocodiles and alligators (I am still unclear), gator farms, and how to dig yourself out of a crawlspace. Because when you’re naked, you’re most vulnerable. I was too sick to attend my sister’s wedding, so she wasn’t expecting me to deliver a speech. Instagram Link We made it to episode 50! This week we watched Takashi Miike’s Audition. We've discussed the coffee market and current coffee-price crisis, we've talked about what effects coffee-price transparency might have on the industry, and we've gotten geeky about a lot of aspects of the supply stream (fka the supply chain). Featuring Ever Meister (meister@cafeimports.com) and Chad Trewick (chadtrewick@gmail.com). There are things that we can do in this moment to start living the life we always dreamed of! We discuss life on the prairie, the existence of demons, and whether anything is real. Why does it always have to be boats. For our 50th episode we looked back at the movies we watched and ranked each of our top 5! A space where growth is cultivated and positive change is inspired. The Discomfort Zone: A Podcast about Vulnerability is an interview-based show about a whole range of topics, beliefs, issues, anxieties, and quirks that make us uncomfortable, in the hopes that we can see each other and make real connections through open dialog. This week we watched The Wind. The honesty and vulnerability makes it so relatable. I have a podcast?! If so, what does that say about my legacy? You need to enable JavaScript to use SoundCloud. Theme music: Emmy Bean - www.beansome.com. My guests and I find comfort by turning towards discomfort, welcoming it, and laughing at it. We made it to episode 50! Way to go Jason! We were supposed top watch The Ritual this week but Color Out of Space was available on Amazon so we watched Nicolas Cage. The Discomfort Zone podcast on demand - Lets Get Uncomfortable Welcome to The Discomfort Zone. podcast pages. Welcome to The Discomfort Zone. A space where growth is cultivated and positive change is inspired. Hear the audio that matters most to you. Combining pain with humour and persistence seems an unlikely combo, but episode 2 of discomfort zone manages it easily. Melissa shares her recommendations on how the government can better meet the needs of the disability community. Welcome! Some tangible, useful, and realistic practices we can utilize to remain present in the here and now. This podcast opens your heart and mind in a very positive way. This week we watched Gareth Evans’ Apostle. What does free pizza have to do with any of this? In this episode, we will be looking at some relationship dynamics as well as the number one, most important relationship that we will ever cultivate. Content warning: Some discussion of sexual assault. Facebook Link Need help? It is a great, free way to engage the podcast community and increase the visibility of your podcasts. This time she chose Master and Commander, less a movie and more a checklist of everything I (Joboo) personally hate. This week we watched Harpoon. This week we watched the Netflix Original The Babysitter. It's also a great listen for anyone who has a friend or family member suffering from chronic illness. Theme music: Emmy Bean - www.beansome.com, A Little Podcast about Coffee Price Transparency - Ep 2, In the second episode in a mini-series about coffee-price transparency, Chad Trewick and Ever Meister discuss arguably the most important single issue in specialty coffee today: Farmers need to make more money. Our regularly scheduled Ritual will come out in the middle of the week, so be ready! Enjoy! A Little Podcast about Coffee Price Transparency - Ep 4, So…now what? In this episode we will be looking at fear. The Invisible Man came out this week and we went to see it! Commercial-Free CNBC, CNN, FOX News Radio & MSNBC, Commercial-Free Music For Every Mood & Activity. Lindsay is no stranger to adversity. Well written & well produced. Email - DiscomfortZoneChat@gmail.com. While most 11-year olds were out playing with their friends, she was at home caring for her mom. Hold onto your hats because this episode will take you on quite an emotional journey about what it is like to grow up in the world that I did. We discuss jorts, how all horror movies lead back to Home Alone, and I try desperately not to just ramble about Samara Weaving. This podcast is such a gift to anyone who is currently (or ever has had) to live with chronic illness. May 10, 2020 by Discomfort Zone. Learning to do something new requires the vulnerability and courage to be imperfect and messy. Note: We had some technical difficulties with the episode so it cuts off randomly at the end. We discuss alpacas, going full Cage, and for some reason when this episode will air (we weren’t even right!). 8 - Caring in a Crisis Pt 3 - A Rare Disease Family: Keith McArthur. In this episode, Meister (meister@cafeimports.com) and Chad Trewick (chadtrewick@gmail.com) talk through the definitions, expectations, and potentials—positive and negative—of coffee-price transparency. The Discomfort Zone: A Podcast about Vulnerability is an interview-based show about a whole range of topics, beliefs, issues, anxieties, and quirks that make us uncomfortable, in the hopes that we can see each other and make real connections through open dialog. I believe that virtually everyone has something to learn from this. We will attempt to reframe the way we look at relationships in general and activate a new perspective on that one most important relationship. A Little Podcast about Coffee Price Transparency - Ep 4, A Little Podcast about Coffee Price Transparency - Ep 3, A Little Podcast about Coffee Price Transparency - Ep 2, A Little Podcast about Coffee Price Transparency - Ep 1. We discuss how great westerns are, how wrong Vicky is about westerns, and of course Kurt Russell’s hair. 54 Followers. We discuss speaking German, returning to nature, and zombie brides. This week we watched Endzeit (Ever After). 9 - Caring in a Crisis Pt 4 - Unlocking Bryson's Brain: Keith McArthur. "In Part 2 of our interview, Keith discusses the ethical considerations surrounding curing a disability, the motivation behind his podcast Unlocking Bryson’s Brain, and the lessons he's learned from Bryson.If you haven’t listened to part 1 yet, click here to listen. We’ll never sell your personal information. This week, we start with Drunvalo's curious position on environmentalism, and why I disagree with him. However, I have been reflecting a bit on the hypocritical aspects of myself, as vulnerability is something that I, too, need to nurture in myself in my private life. Love this show to dig down into ourselves. We discuss vacationing in Sweden (seemingly an increasingly bad idea), banker bros, and staying on the trail. Never give up. Well, technically we have no episode 49 because I don’t understand how to update OBS and we lost our episode for Green Room (everyone but Vicky liked it!).