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We get a visit from Romikid, serial podcaster, globetrotter and foodie influencer and chat about travel, food, travel and food, podcasting, and anti-sedentary. Maybe we get her to talk a little about Fernet too.Episode notes.

Julie and Coco the cat return to Pizzel to talk about visiting Argentina after a long time, traditional foods like chocotorta and KFC, the new DART and Parker space missions, and the difficulties of learning Polish and Japanese. Don’t miss the carol we sing this time around, and happy holidays to all! Episode notes

Javier and Pedro go over the Greek alphabet, play miniature golf in the metaverse and get a neck contracture. Then they take a tour of several capital cities that inspired symptom names.Episode notes.

Who invented pants? Why doesn’t beer have a cork in it? Does it make sense to be a sore loser against a computer? In this episode we ask several questions, pretend to give some answers, and also deambu-talk about chess, the cognitive abilities of animals, NFTs (again), the concept of «qualia», the neuro-philosophical «hard problem», and wine in sachet.Episode notes.

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Personally, neither of us (Isabeth and Naydeline) talked about it with our parents until college, when we both went to therapy for the first time. It wasn’t until we had the right language to talk about mental health that we felt comfortable enough to bring it up at home. So, if the thought of admitting it to your family that you have difficulties makes you tense, we totally understand.

As hard as it is to bring it up, there is power and freedom that comes from feeling safe in your mind, body, and home. If you want to explore how to have a conversation with your loved ones about mental health, we have some tips for you! You’ll hear from therapists and young people who have had the conversation and, of course, from us.

The more aware you are of your specific mental health issues and needs, the better you will be able to communicate those needs to others. To begin with, you must understand that mental health is not stagnant and can change as your life changes. The way you understood your mental health before may not be the way you understand it now.

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Being the favorite communication service of users, all kinds of messages -some 65,000 million per day- are sent and forwarded through this channel, not only with text or emojis, but also with photographs, images, videos and documents, among other formats.

The downside of this is that in many cases what is sent through this platform was not created by the user himself or by one of his contacts, and even those who share it with others have no idea of the origin of the content.

But this type of messages, known as hoaxes or hoaxes – falsehoods deliberately articulated to be perceived as truth – and the dangers of sharing them remain a latent risk among Whatsapp users.

Among the topics to which hoaxes are most ‘uploaded’ to attract massive attention we can mention alerts about insecurity, false cures to serious diseases, fallacies about people or organizations, religious-themed messages, chains of fate, urban legends, among others.

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But if you feel you want to be there to help your loved one with cancer, here are some suggestions for listening, talking and being around your loved one. Communication and flexibility are key to success.

There may be times when uncertainty and fear cause the person with cancer to feel angry, depressed or withdrawn. This is normal, and a part of the grieving process for what has been lost to cancer (such as health, energy, time). Over time, most people are able to adjust to their new reality and move on. Some may need the additional help of a support group or mental health professional to learn to cope with the changes cancer has brought into their lives.

Some people with cancer may talk about issues related to their death and their family’s future, or about other fears they have. You don’t always have to respond to everything they say, but you should be prepared to hear things that may not be pleasant to hear about ideas and thoughts the person with cancer is having. If you are asked to give your opinion about the disease, treatment or other related issues during the course of this, try to keep the dialogue open and honest without trying to give an answer to questions that you have no way of answering.

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