Co-host Elaine Ardizzone recounts her recent experience teaching wine classes aboard a luxury cruise ship off the coast of Italy. Elaine is a certified sommelier and noted wine expert along with being the nationally recognized owner of Sweet Cheeks Baking Company.
85: Supporting Recovery from Depression or Suicidal Crisis
WARNING: This episode may be triggering to those with a past including suicidal crisis or depression, and listener discretion is advised. 18+
If you or someone you know is dealing with depression or a behavioral health crisis, this cannot only be stressful for the individual experiencing the symptoms, but it can also be overwhelming for those trying to be of service / support, and help their friend or loved one through this time. In this informative episode, Victoria shares details about depression and suicide, how to be aware of warning signs, setting up a plan for support, safety, and recovery, as well as self-care habits that can be positively implemented for the most effective resilience after dealing with this challenging adversity.
Eric Brandt, owner of Brandt Beef and One World Beef will discuss growing up in the meat industry, the history of Brandt and the transition to the One World Beef concept. The discussion will also look at the growing trend of plant-based "meat" products and what that may mean for companies like Brandt.
In this episode, Victoria dives into the phenomenon of toxic positivity as it encourages ignoring negative emotions, and has become increasingly prominent on social platforms. Even though this philosophy seemingly promotes a positive mindset in regards to accepting all emotions, as well as doing whatever possible to work through them, it essentially has the opposite impact on many people, and ends up shaming those with anxiety and depression.
Envy is a highly toxic emotion and feeling. With more comparison culture on social media now than ever, some use this as a way for living out their individuality, but it can be triggering for others that see others in their same field doing better or differently than them etc. We all are blessed with certain gifts and the potential we reach with those gifts really is up to us. you are doing this, and others are doing this too. There is a major barrier that gets in the way of this happening, and this is envy.
Edible San Diego Publisher Katie Stokes kicks off the Living Local Podcast with two local guests who run a series of "low-carb" related events in San Diego and around the world through their company. Pam Devine and Doug Reynolds of LowCarbUSA discuss their paths to a low carbohydrate approach to eating, the international conferences they organize, including the one taking place July 25-28, 2019, as well as their monthly meetings in San Diego. Both individuals interested in improving their health or addressing specific health concerns, as well as medical professional can both find lots of information and support in Doug and Pam's network. Katie finishes off the episode with an easy cooking tip, her favorite approach to "Anything Pesto."
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