Does This Rag Smell Like Ethernet?

The guys get left unsupervised for an extended period of time while Mac does “paperwork” in his office, discuss a space age pillow rated for high impact collisions, and  what sleeping position makes you susceptible to scammers.
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A Conversation with Jennifer O’Brien about her book “The Hospice Doctor’s Widow.”

After years of caring for people with serious illness as a physician, Jennifer’s husband, Bob Lehmberg, was diagnosed with a stage IV, metastatic cancer. But caregiving for the man who had made a 40-year career of caregiving as a physician was not easy. When Jennifer’s husband was diagnosed and later after he died, she turned to what had brought her comfort for years—art journaling. She documented and depicted the raw, honest, beautiful and exhausting reality of caregiving through collage, tableaus, notes and observations.  She included much of the wisdom and perspective she learned from her husband in his years as a physician. 

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Fox Hollow Farm

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Sloppy Toppy

This week, on a very special episode of Bummy Bears: the boys take an Autism test and, well, we don’t want to sugar coat it. Some of the gang might be a puzzle piece. IF you know what I mean. Oh! And the guys welcome Producer B back to the podcast! He’s been gone for so long!

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Real Health (still) Takes Guts

Do you have questions about your body and how to navigate getting your health in order? We are in the same boat. During this episode we talk about the facts, the myths and the legends regarding women of color and their health. 

[5:03] Why Baking Soda May Be Your Missing Ingredient

[12:05] Why Breastfeeding Sparks So Much Controversy

[28:50] Why Fibroids Are Attacking Women of Color

[42:00] More About Us & Our Mission & Who to Follow Online


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2 cups of warm Coconut Water

Juice of 1/2 lemon

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What are 5 advantages of breastfeeding?

Benefits for life, breastfeeding may result in:

  • Lower risk of breast cancer.
  • Lower risk of ovarian cancer.
  • Lower risk of rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.
  • Less endometriosis.
  • Less osteoporosis with age.
  • Less diabetes.
  • Less hypertension decreases blood pressure.
  • Less cardiovascular disease.


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Get Meemaw Off Layaway & Flip Her on Marketplace!

The guys discuss how to properly hire a virtual assassin, that when you find a stray service dog they’re just looking to play catch, and attending a computer class at a popular fried chicken franchise.
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A Conversation with Dr. Gretchen Kubacky on grief


  • CMHIMP Certified mental health integrative medicine provider 
  • Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Ryokan College, Los Angeles, CA
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, Ryokan College, Los Angeles, CA
  • B.A., Studio Art, Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Phi Beta Kappa 

Paul Nash on the merits and values of multifaith chaplaincy

Paul’s Publications

  1. That’s great! You can tell us how you are feeling’ – Mark, a recently severely physically disabled 11-year-old boy with a brain tumor in G. Fitchett and S. Nolan (eds), Case Studies in spiritual care.  (with Liz Bryson and Sally Nash).   JKP, 2018
  2. Chapter Holding the whispers in the dark in Skills for children’s work SCM  2019.
  3. What do pediatric chaplains do? Developing a taxonomy of chaplaincy with children and young people. (With Emma Roberts et al) Journal for Healthcare Chaplaincy, summer 2018.
  4. Coeditor, Skills for Pediatric chaplaincy, (with Mark Bartell and Sally Nash) JKP, April 2018.
  5. What is the distinctiveness of pediatric chaplaincy? Findings from a systematic review of the literature. (with Wilf McSherry) Health and Social Care Chaplaincy, 2017.
  6. A Machine Learning Approach to Evaluating Illness-Induced Religious Struggle (With Daniel Grossoehme et al) Biomedical Informatics Insights 2017.
  7. Chaplaincy with children and young people (with Nigel Roberts) Grove Youth Series, 2016.
  8. Editor, Supporting Families with Sick Children.  Red Balloon Resources, 2016.
  9. Reflections on using metaphors in exploring spiritual and religious needs with young people with cancer and their families (with Sally Nash) Journal for the Study of Spirituality, 2015.
  10. The Chaplains – Reflecting on the BBC Two Television Series.  Health and Social Care Chaplaincy, 2015.
  11. Spiritual care with sick children and young people (with Kathryn Darby and Sally Nash).  JKP 2015.
  12. Multifaith care for sick and dying children:  a multidisciplinary guide (with Madeleine Parkes and Zamir Hussain) JKP 2015.
  13. Parents’ Spiritual and Religious Needs in Young Oncology (with Kathryn Darby and Sally Nash).  Cancer Nursing Practice, May 2014.  
  14. Understanding and responding to the spiritual and religious needs of young people with cancer (with Kathryn Darby and Sally Nash.  Cancer Nursing Practice, March 2014.  
  15. Birmingham Children’s Hospital: Pediatric end of life care and bereavement pathway in Spirituality and End of Life Care (ed Peter Gilbert), Pavilion, 2013.
  16. The spiritual care of sick children:  reflections from a pilot participation project (with Kathryn Darby and Sally Nash).  International Journal of Children’s Spirituality, 2013.
  17. Editor Working with children and young people: Good Practice Guidelines for Healthcare Chaplains Red Balloon Resources, 2013.
  18. Coping through prayer, an empirical study in implicit religion concerning prayers for      
     children in hospital (with Tania Ap Sion).  Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 2013.
  19. Supporting Dying Children and their Families, SPCK 2011.
  20. Tools for Reflective Ministry (with Sally Nash) SPCK 2009.
  21. Skills for Collaborative Ministry (with Sally Nash and Jo Pimlott) SPCK 2008.
  22. What Theology for Youth Work?  Grove Youth Series, 2007.