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Lean in to honest conversations about grief, mental heath, relationships, and parenting with your hosts, Jenni and Josh. As married high school sweethearts, Jenni and Josh blend their personal experiences with their professional experiences in the fields of counseling, hospice, bereavement, and education as they explore heavy topics through a lens of hopefulness and humor.
 
Changing perspectives - en podd om värdeskapande kommunikation och ledarskap. Vi som står bakom den här podden heter Malin & Stanley Ekelund. Vi vill ge dig nya perspektiv på både kommunikation och ledarskap, två områden som ofta korsar varandra. Vi vill ge inspiration till förändring och utveckling av din arbetsvardag, oavsett vilken bransch du arbetar i, eller vilken position du har. Vårt mål är att alltid tillföra värde till dig, ditt arbete och din utveckling.
 
We're a community who envision a world that's more Just, Equitable, Decolonized and Inclusive (JEDI). We're changing the way we see ourselves and each other, and shifting our worldview on business by looking through a JEDI lens.I’m your host, Rosie Yeung (she/her), a Chinese-Canadian immigrant with invisible disabilities, and I’m a JEDI speaker, coach and facilitator. Do you also want to be a JEDI Warrior for social impact? Then please join me in Changing Lenses! Each episode is hosted on co ...
 
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Join us this week as we explore 10 of the most common misunderstandings in relationships and how best to address them. Spoiler alert: we end up disagreeing with a lot of the items on the list. Come join us and find out if you agree with the list or if you agree with us. Links From The Episode: 10 Common Causes of Misunderstanding and How to Solve T…
 
On this episode, Jenni and Josh explore the benefits of laughter in relationships. Come join us as we review the research and share our personal experiences. Visit us on Patreon for early content, special members-only episodes, and fun bonuses. Grief Resources Referenced In Episode Understanding Your Grief E-Book/Workbook Understanding Your Grief O…
 
In this week's episode, Jenni and Josh unpack some of the messages from Michelle Obama's newest book, The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times. Heavy emphasis on the concept of "hard work" in a marriage and how to be your authentic self in a partnership. Michelle Obama's Book: The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times NPR Article: …
 
Join Jenni and Josh as they dive into the concepts of jealousy and envy, their origins, society's views of them, and what to do with these complex emotions. Links Mentioned During This Episode Holiday Grief E-book: https://bit.ly/holidaygriefebook Holiday Grief Email Series: https://bit.ly/holidaygriefemail How To Help A Grieving Friend: http://bit…
 
Join Jenni and Josh as they explore common grief experiences around the holidays, why the holidays are so hard when you are grieving, and some strategies to make them a little less awful. Links and Resources Mentioned During the Episode Managing Grief During the Holidays E-Book Holiday Grief E-Mail Series…
 
Today Jenni and Josh tackle the very personal topic of weight limits in youth sports, the impact it has had on their family, their game plan to make changes, and what the research actually shows. Read the research and petition referred to in this episode Join our Patreon community to see videos of each episode, hear secret episodes, get early acces…
 
How do you define your self-worth? Do you compare yourself to others successes? Join Jenni and Josh as they explore the topic of self-worth and self-esteem. Your favorite married podcasters are back and ready to engage in more exciting discussions! Listen in for a different perspective! Join The Changing Perspectives Patreon Community: https://www.…
 
Wow! Jenni and Josh are back! With a somewhat new, easy-breezy format! Recorded live from Facebook and released as a podcast! 100 episodes, baby! Join your favorite podcasting couple as they discuss 10 (or so) tips on how to stay connected with your partner! Hello, Jenni!저자 DizzyBirdStudios
 
The Shoah is the Hebrew term for the Holocaust, and the full name of Yom Hashoah VeHagevurah literally means the “day of remembrance of the Catastrophe and the Heroism.” How much do you know about Yom HaShoah, and what happens on this day? What’s the difference between Yom HaShaoah and the United Nations’ International Holocaust Remembrance Day? Al…
 
If you were emotionally OK enough with the episode title to click on the link, thanks for making it this far! I’m only partly kidding. The words “white supremacy culture” are definitely triggering, and not just for white people. What that phrase even means is hard to explain. So when fellow podcaster and white American male Jeff Akin told me he was…
 
Ramadan Mubarak! This special episode of the Changing Lenses podcast is being released just before the holy month of Ramadan, an incredibly significant time in the Islamic faith. Before I met Saleha Khan, the only thing I really knew about Ramadan was that people fasted for the whole month between sunrise and sunset. In order to truly appreciate wh…
 
Have you ever felt in your job hunt that you’re being judged on something that doesn’t even represent who are you? Or at best, it only represents a very small part of the whole you. And yet “woke” companies are claiming to want employees to bring their “whole selves” to work. I’m saying it out loud: resumes are a terrible tool for hiring, on both t…
 
This episode is all about the experiences of racialized people looking for work. Job hunting is hard enough as it is; but add on to that being Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, and any other racialized identity that isn’t white – and it’s even harder. This is the 3rd in the series of 4 LinkedIn Lives that I’m re-sharing as podcast episodes, so you …
 
Endometriosis affects more people than prostate cancer, breast cancer and heart disease combined. It's in the top 20 most painful diseases in the world, and there’s no cure. It affects 1 in 10 people with a uterus. And it is so undiagnosed, so misunderstood, that patients get threatened with expulsion from school, or fired from work. Today is Inter…
 
When you’re job hunting, does it sometimes feel like you’re trying to breach an impenetrable fortress? Recruiters and hiring managers talk about attracting top talent, but when it comes down to it, they act more like an immigration department trying to keep undesirable people out, than warmly welcoming people in. And if we’re going to compare recru…
 
Almost all the career counselling, mentorship, corporate training etc. I’ve received have been almost exclusively from white people. Nothing wrong with that – I’ve been blessed to receive great advice and support from many white leaders over the years. But I’m not white. And I had to filter a lot of the info I got through my cultural lens. So when …
 
If you’re Black, you’re probably well aware of what Walter Gainer II is going to share in this episode. (Trigger warning, the content may be traumatizing or upsetting to you – please take care of yourself and stop listening at any point.) . . If you’re not Black – you NEED to hear what Walt has to say. I thought I knew about the issue from the gene…
 
Have you ever tried to do something for the very first time? If so, what did you hear more often: . ❌ “Who do you think you are?” or ✅ “I believe in you!” . . When I started my first ever podcast from scratch with no experience, I had to believe in myself before others believed in me. It’s natural to want validation from others before we actually t…
 
It’s the final episode for Season Two! It’s been an incredible year since the Changing Lenses podcast first launched, and with the support of amazing listeners like YOU, we’ve become a community of JEDI Visionaries with over 2,500 podcast listens so far! We’ll be taking a break before Season Three, and in this episode I share three key ways you can…
 
Anti-Racism. Black Lives Matter. Allyship and Solidarity between equity-seeking groups. We’ve touched a bit on these with Changing Lenses podcast guests over the last year, but haven’t dived as deeply into these topics as my friend and fellow podcaster Nura Yunus has. She created the Know Nonsense Podcast to educate listeners about the experiences …
 
Sick of those smelly teenagers? Are you exhausted fighting with them? Or trying to get them to clean their room or do homework? But, won't you be sad when those times are gone? Join Jenni and Josh for a special parenting perspectives episode! Show Notes Links: Changing Perspectives Online!저자 DizzyBird Studios
 
You may be aware of ways to accommodate physical and mental disabilities. But what about episodic disabilities? If you don’t know what an episodic disability is, you’re not alone. Once you hear Melissa Egan describe it, you’ll probably realize that you, or someone you know, has one. Melissa is the National Lead of Episodic Disabilities at Realize, …
 
Do you like to play games? Are you looking for a creative and fun way to spend some time with your partner? Join Jenni and Josh as they explore the Gottman Institute's Fall into Love Relationship Bingo Game! There's something for everyone and every couple - tune in now! Show Notes: https://www.gottman.com/…
 
Nobody's perfect, right? But are we supposed to be? Join Jenni and Josh for this myth busting episode about perfection. Are you perfect? Do you strive to be? Come listen to Jenni explain how she's a recovering perfectionist! Show Notes: https://psychotherapy.psychiatryonline.org/doi/pdf/10.1176/appi.psychotherapy.2009.63.2.103#:~:text=Just%20as%20t…
 
Grab your significant other, plug in some head phones, and take some fun couples quizzes along with Jenni and Josh! Quizzes can be a great way to connect and spark some interesting conversation between you and your partner! Looking for some creative date night ideas? check out these quizzes! Show Notes: https://www.buzzfeed.com/siesiem/which-movie-…
 
Join Jenni and Josh as they explore the topic of mental health, from the male perspective! Toxic masculinity, stigmas, and assumptions have caused many men to go undiagnosed. Josh reveals his own journey in this important episode. Tune in! Show Notes: Book: "Messy Hope" by Lori Wildenberg https://mhanational.org/blog/3-less-known-reasons-why-men-do…
 
If we see poverty as the result of financial illiteracy, irresponsibility or a lack of self-control, then the blame falls on the person living in poverty, and the answer is to find a job, spend less, and get financial training. Financial literacy education is definitely important, and these programs have their benefits. But knowledge alone does not…
 
Jenni and Josh are back! And they're kicking things off with a great relationship episode. What are the things in your relationship that are unique to you and your partner? Do you always go to the same restaurant on valentines day? Always sit at the same spot at the bar? Join in on the conversation and tune in to this fresh new episode! Show Notes:…
 
We’re single, but we’re not alone. The population of singles are growing in North America – but we’re still a minority group. And like any minority group, we face discrimination and marginalization purely because we don’t have the power of the majority – even more so for single women. If you’re wondering how that could be, you’re probably married. …
 
Carissa Begonia is a Filipina-American who left a safe corporate job to start her own business. Until I met her, the only examples I had of entrepreneurs or people following their passions were completely unrelatable for me. Because they were almost all white folks who didn’t have the same immigrant, survival-based, play-it-safe mentality that defi…
 
Many employers are asking where to find and hire “diverse talent”. What they SHOULD be asking is how their recruitment process might discriminate against these candidates once they apply. In this episode, Safiyah Husein, a lawyer and Senior Policy Analyst at the John Howard Society, shines a light on the hidden dangers behind a widely accepted hiri…
 
If you’re wondering what you can do in bringing reconciliation and decolonization to Canada – this episode is for you. First, we learn what colonization actually looks like. Jessica Dumas of Keeseekoowenin Ojibway First Nation shares personal stories about her family, life experiences, and tragic interaction with police that demonstrate just how ef…
 
“I started learning about residential schools. I started learning about generational trauma and that's when I realized like, okay, there's nothing wrong with us. I'm not broken. There's things that happened that caused us to be living this way. And once I realized that there was nothing wrong with me and with my people, that's when I really started…
 
Lots of companies have been asking, “What’s the business case for justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI)?” Thomas Benjoe turns that around and asks us to think about how JEDI benefits our community and economy, not just ourselves. Thomas is a member of Muscowpetung First Nation, Chair of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, and President …
 
“I will always be the Black girl first, before Miriam Njoku. I cannot achieve my way out of being seen with prejudice. That's how they view people like me.” In this episode, Miriam Njoku changes our lens to reveal the racism she experienced working and living in Canada and Switzerland. Does that surprise you? These two countries are probably not th…
 
Have you ever been told you can’t do it, or you’re not good enough for something you really wanted? What if you got that message in your whole life starting from childhood? What if abuse or racism you’ve endured created trauma that affects your work or relationships? How do you heal wounds that you can’t see? Miriam Njoku knows the struggle all too…
 
What do you think is the business case for equity, diversity and inclusion? In business, or even not for profit, should morality or humanitarian reasons play a role? Or should it strictly be about profit and shareholder value? I have some opinions on this, which I apply in my work as an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Strategist. But as a podcaster…
 
Ali Ahmed is a professional designated accountant who worked for one of the Big Four international accounting firms before immigrating from Pakistan to Canada. But despite having that professional experience, he couldn't get an accounting job in Canada until he got some "Canadian experience" under his belt. As a former recruiter myself, I can verif…
 
Jenni and Josh are back! Your favorite married podcast hosts have re-entered the studio and are ready to talk relationships! Do you have a solid foundation to your relationship "house?" Join Jenni and Josh as they once again tackle the topic of Love Maps! Show Notes: https://www.gottman.com/저자 DizzyBird Studios
 
Teens know everything, right? At least they think they do and there's a good reason for it. Join Jenni and Josh as they explore the fascinating topic of the teenage brain! When did your pre-frontal cortex finish developing? Show Links: Quiz - Left or Right Brain Empowering Parents Article BuzzFeed Parenting Teens Tweets Raising Children.Net Article…
 
"What is grief, if not love persevering?" The most profound sentiment about grief ever uttered on television, in a show about superheroes?! What do you think? Join Jenni and Josh along with special guest Jacob as they discuss the incredibly successful Disney+ mini-series from the angle of grief and loss. SPOILERS abound!…
 
Have you ever had a panic attack? Do you know someone who has? Join in on the discussion as Jenni and Josh take you through this important topic and how to manage them when they occur. Show Notes: Mayo Clinic Article Helpguide Article Medline Plus Resource Changing Perspectives - CBT Episode 1 Changing Perspectives - CBT Episode 2…
 
Jenni and Josh are back from hiatus! Kicking things off in 2021 with a relationship episode. How do you avoid becoming a statistic and undo the quarantine stress that has been placed on your relationship? Join your favorite married podcasters as they navigate the causes of stress in a relationship and review strategies to rescue it! Show Notes: htt…
 
Do you remember impatiently waiting for your school's name to pop up on the TV or be announced over the radio? Snow Days certainly look different for today's kids and especially the school-aged children of 2020! Join Jenni and Josh as they dive into the parenting topic of navigating Snow Days during a pandemic! Show Notes: Jenni's Article Snow Days…
 
As I reflect back on the first season of the podcast, it’s become clear to me that systemic change starts with personal change. I believe true inclusion and equity requires sacrificing some of our self-interests, like power, position, even profit. The question is – are we willing to make change happen, if it means changing and sacrificing ourselves…
 
“I think our greatest fear is that people are jumping into it just because it's good opportunity, or it's good PR. As opposed to knowing, and thinking, and believing that this could actually make us all better as a people.” Rev. Dr. Timothy Tang, Director of Tyndale Intercultural Ministries, shares with us what cultural competency means, how it ben…
 
What's your favorite Holiday activity? Do you have a favorite Christmas song? Join Jenni and Josh for a light-hearted, holiday-centric episode! Tune in to hear some live holiday buzzfeed quizzes! Show Notes: https://www.buzzfeed.com/shylawatson/christmas-movie-couple-quiz https://www.buzzfeed.com/moriahhumiston/build-your-romantic-holiday-date-and-…
 
“First, in order for racism and discrimination to continue, you need silence. And the second is the 'Otherwise Good People' who won't stand up and support the target of the discriminatory behavior.” Shanaaz Gokool, human rights activist and former CEO, is fighting for freedom from workplace discrimination – for herself, and countless others whose s…
 
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