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The Parrsitivity Podcast
The Parrsitivity Podcast

Episode 97 · 2 years ago

The Parrsitivity Podcast #Episode5 with my friends Liam, Tom, Lewis.

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Here in today's Episode me and my friends talked about mental health, compassion, society, work, social media, anxiety & depression. And then free flowed talking about random topics towards the end. This is the early stages of the podcast with raw material!, Hope you enjoy this episode!. I will be setting up an email account for the podcast so any questions or queries that you may have email or alternatively message me or any of my friends on insta from this episode!. Feedback will be greatly appreciated!, Will be open for suggestions/questions for us to talk about in upcoming Podcast's. Intro-outro has been made by Lewis!, Thank you Lewis!. (theparrsitivitypodcast@gmail.com) @howardhouse911 @orourke_liam9 @lmisseldine7 @parrsitivity94 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-parrsitivity-podcast/message

Hello, hello, I don't know you, Ol, good, good, just joining for an out. Everyone else to join? Yes, of course, of course. Right. So, into the appion of going a group of friends who coming to join the PODCAST, we're going to focus on a set of topics and basically break it down. I'm this episode. I got Tom, Liam and Lewis, Tom lats Allah. Hey, how's it going? I don't and I got Louis. All that. How are you all good? All good, and Liam as well. Our guys. I was going sweet. So we happy to talk about doing. Talk about compassion. First off. I'm looking at that list. I didn't you kind of made for US earlier. I think if I just like pick some out, run them. Yeah, well, talk about whatever. When we do a future podcast we can always include the others. So in today's one, if we do, if we do compassion, accountability, work and social media, that's a good little mix. Yeah, I agree with that hundred persand all right. So first one, compassion. Yeah, so not kick us off or slight it lead you can get well, you know, I actually speaking of compassion. It's something I've tried to incorporate into myself recently, showing it, showing compassion to people that I don't really know or even it sounds a bit odd, but I think I saw it from your best friend, Adam Gary Vane Chuck. I want saw it that he did a quickly on this, the going about showing compassion to other people and how it can dramatically improve your your own mood. And by showing more compassion, you know, not only you positively at pest affecting those around you and those you interact with, but I think that it really does bring like an actual, a genuine change within yourself, and showing compassion to others is something that I've just incorporated into my daily routine now. You know, showing compassion kind of sensity. You know, it cost you nothing, but to someone else it can mean so much more than that. So, yeah, that's that's I just want to say. On this podcast, said that people can realize that show more compassion is definitely something we need to include more in today society. Yeah, yeah, yeah, so you come not as time on that one, but I think for me, I think, as I've got a lot older, I feel like my compassions a lot more interjected with my life, as in with work. I'm a similar job with as Tom work with different people that I've never met. Obviously do with a lot of customers on a daily basis as well, and you've got to show that level compassion, HMM, regardless of if they're unhappy or if they're kicking off at you've got to keep a level head and obviously show that compassion to make sure everything goes on's okay as a smooth as possible. Yeah, obviously, when we a lot younger, obviously things were a lot different at that point, but now all those were in steady jobs and we're all working at different levels compassion. For me, it's definitely deal I deal with an old definitely a lot more on a daily basis, a hundred percent more centered around your work life. Oh, definitely undercent I like it's like it's like yours. I mean, yeah, Pretty Mush to the similar job anyway, but I think more now I've been in this while, in the energy industry, as we call it, over three years now. I think I've grossly built that up to a level I'm comfortable with and I can deal with a lot of different customers, deal with different people and obviously show that compassion on different levels when it needs to be done. Yes, think you and I think working in the job that we do, limb our empathy is sort of grown within ourselves as we you know, we speak to some some customers. Know some of them are really down in the dumps exactly having a bad time, and I think working the job that mean you do lim sort of grown the empathy within myself and now I'm able to use the guyes that in days, daytime, days, day life. Yes, with other people face to face and whatnot. So, yeah, I understand a hundred percent where you're coming from. Yeah, definitely, yeah, hope some agree on that. Adams, back on Mars you guys. Yeah,...

...yeah, yeah, cracking up a little bit. Looks Hello. What? What? What was your opinion on compassion, on Liam and Tomba talking about? I think it's just an echo really from what they've been saying. I think for me, I used to sort of work at DHL in Long Eaton and that was that was a tough job. You had sort of sortation where you have to have where you have to sort out different location tags for your trays and you have to pull them in basically in the onto the lorries, okay, and it was a stressful job and that actually really drain me. That really good draining, as it would do anyone. But it's sort of made me a stronger person, to be honest with you, you know, because we've all heard the same whatever. You know too, would you make you stronger, you know, except, but it wasn't, to be honest with you, it wasn't. It wasn't for me anyway, but the for the mind. It wasn't healthy from my mind. So I decided the part ways with that and go on to something that, you know, as a young age, I've always wanted to do, which is music, and that's what I've been doing, you know, for the past of the three four years. Really Long Way music, Lewis, just that to take the opportunity to say, you know, I listen to some of your music recently when I last saw you, and you've definitely come along long way and I thoroughly believe that you've got what it takes. So, yeah, I need you to keep doing that, because you are really good at it and I think thank you. You've invested a lot of you know, your compassion now lies within your music. Yeah, so, yeah, I just wanted to set keep it up loust. So yeah, it's it just take you know, it does take a lot of you, especially when you sort of doing it as a, you know, a daily job. You know, I've got my sort of as I've said before, I'm working with my producer on an album, epe sort of thing. We're working on different sort, you know, different, different things. So I'm really looking forward to it. So it's EXCIT ING and the way I said, you know, the way I see about doing different things is, you know, it's challenging creative intellect, doing something that you not normally do and just challenging the creative intellect, which is great to have an expense. So so just need to sort of keep up with it and another passionate always looking. So yeah, no percent, I think. I think with compassion and empathy kind of ties together. I think it's something that isn't really taught to as as people and it's something that you have to learn. I think so many people in certain jobs, you know, an education and stuff, people lack it. People like people don't know how to connect with other people. Super so driven and hard wire to think about their own needs and not other people's. Yeah, yeah, so you and especially like you, and alarm. You've got a higher lot, you've got boss, you've got a target satistics. Yeah, and yeah, you're trying to push to meet those targets every day. Yeah, and instead of the boss, if you not meeting targets, saying or why is that? You Com you know, it's like widing at the targets. Yeah, yeah, that suding that. It was understanding and forward. You assigns. is of an okay, how things are? Well, I mean with big corporations, and I eat small companies as well. It's just a survival of the fittest. HMM. Agree. And so, I mean I'm literally looking at now post that Gary Benefet made. It says how to lead a team with empathy and kindness, and it just went like a whole, like pages upon pages of you know, how you should be speaking to employees, not doing micro managing that kind of stuff. But you know, in massive corporations, the bosses, you know, they might might not be so inclined to show said, HMM, kindness, phrase, pray. Yeah, I mean there's not enough of it now. No, I can completely agree with that because I think, as you will know as well, with with the music thing, and I've had you know, a lot of people say to me, you know why, you know, why an't you in a standard job, etc. It's accept I says. Well, to be honest with you,...

...this is this is my job now, this is my job and this is what I truly believe in it and you stick with me, you do stick with it. But I've had a lot of hate in the fact, you know, jealousy, etc. Etc. Which I think in the beginning, you know, when you get to that point where you think you know what sot it shot what other people think, and just do it, positive ty, just do it. Yeah, well, YOU'RE gonna get here. Carry on guardless. Mate, Oh, I know he's with us. Anything to do. I'm sure other's probably gonna get haters for doing these podcast because obvious, yeah, well, slowly don't agree with or have their own opinions. But yeah, the main thing is that if you're und you hundred percent believing and you feel like you're going to do you're going to be the best at it, then bombies, go for it. Doesn't matter when anyone else thinks you. Also, you have to keep up closest to you it's going to support you. I've all those lot we can yes for you all the way through. It doesn't matter when anyone else thinks, because they again, they might be just jealous. Yeah, I've been looking just to pick an argument for the sake of an argument. Yeah, I mean, I hate this because I'm cold. Okay, let's put another now. It's like you see a lot of successful companies, people out there who start nothing and they are they had lots of critics and it's like the guy you self Fedex. His teachers are told him it was an unrealistic ideal. Hmm, I mean me, I mean company that is, you know, the biggest companies are there. Then if stop puer soon, for it's not worth it. Happened when I'm kind of the end of dying with that great. I think regrets worse than not trying at all and failings. You know I mean, Hmm, if you take the take a look at Minem M he had a lot of haters. HMM, growing not put a lot of people saying you're not going to do this, you know you're not going to do that. The you know, he was there, the quote White Guy on the block, and he wasn't going to make it in the rapper hip hop scene. But now look at in the manager what multimillionaire m yeah, and he's known all over. If you're held back by what people say, then you're never going to achieve what you set up to do in the first place. Yeah, no, no, so just wanted to clear something. I'M gonna when I meant sod, it is in you know, something I meant shot what other people think, because obviously, as young age, you know about sort of three four years ago, had all the hate, jealousy, et Cetera, and that really got to me. But then obviously comes to point, I've said, for comes a point where you think, sod what people think. So that's what I meant to say. So what people think in just focus on what you're doing, and that's what I you know, live to become great. Just now I was just going to say, just clear up on the podcast as well for listeners. Me and Tom do work in the energy industry. I work for Robbin with energy, based in Nottingham, and Tom Works for eon, based in Nottingham as well. Just so people are clear what we do. I've just sworn loads. I don't know God sense if any managers this is this? I'm sorry, yeah, not likewise, but it'd be fine. I say, I'm just cut this bit out, put some music on. It'll be fine, be fine. Can. Yes. So, Oh, where's Dino Godhos profit gone to make some music? Guys, I've lost. I don't know where I am. Why is he warmed? Of course those well as well, I can, I can edit, I can portion out. Yeah, all right, well, just just I'll tell what Liam you know, because I mentioned about big corporations not showing empathy. I don't know. I don't want that to come back on me. Yeah, no, no, that it was cool. It was called. I don't worry. So I'll tell you what. Adam add out the bit when we're me and we're mainly in work. People don't need to know where me and Liam work out bread. But yeah, I don't put out when you use your fucking job. Yeah, what's just muse Arab it out or just like the pull like a can advertisement in. Do you know you can save money on your energy? Yeah, you sweet. This is and this king it. Okay, I do apologize for that. Wi Fi kept interrupting. Say they apologize for that. Okay, so I've got a bit of you. Remember, then Im bread to your playstations. I'm not right. So, but what was the was the other topics? Let me bring it...

...back up. Did we finish then? On was that thing? Anyone else wants things? Nice time. Compassion, but I think that. Sorry, I was going to say so. I know that we when we first started to speaking about compassion, I sort of steered the conversation towards showing compassion for the people. Lewis so brought it back round to work and career wise. But compassion is such a broad word and it covers a lot of aspects of life, such as social construct work, what you enjoy doing, hobbies, etc. Etc. And I guess compassion, when it comes to investing yourself in something, ties into a lot of other stuff that we've got going on like, well, quite simply, passion, work, happiness. So I mean all this. Everything on our list is sold intwined to a certain respect. But, for instance, I'm going to restart learning another language in a minute. WHATNOTOT in a minute. Sorry, in a while. And showing compassion for stuff that you want to do. A fuck, I don't even know who I'm going with this. Now I know it. That's in the right direction. May Yeah, I know what I'm trying to say, but I just can't put it into words. Investing your time into something is definitely worth it and shown the compassion that's passion in it. It's not compassion, compassions. Right, insert advert here. Do you know you can say money on your courage root u swear con but know that know it's wrong saying I mean basically more compassions. It's putting your your need one side, isn't it? Following interferes. Well, put yourself an interest in other people as well. Kind of all twis in. Yeah, there's sort of a certain level of selflessness. Wait, when it comes to compassion, I love something like this. conneted off. Yeah, it's okay. Have you got that safe recording? Like yeah, that will say. Yeah, it's just just just connect to this later portion al to go on. Yeah, yeah, I think that's all we thing. You know what I think? My Internet just watching it feel don't want it. It's just kissing me up to be with you. Yeah, that disconnectedly, I'm I can't that's all that disconnected, but it's all been saying. importional. I was going to say. The whole conversation just went. I know, yeah, I thought it was me for a second. I thought I thought my phonees were just like disconnecteds like wither's. Yeah, but no, wave. What was talking about? YEA, and how compassion tizes in the that I was essentially just saying that showing compassion to a d no, but I still they'll still here appear up the screen. Leah. Hello, okay, right, I don't know. What's My apps gone with? Bill. Yeah, sorry, I was just saying I've lost myself now selflessness and compassion. I was basically just saying that, while showing compassion to other people, you do have to kind of push aside your own feelings temporarily, don't you? So it does tie with a certain evil of selflessness, but I think it's, I definitely imperative to show more compassion towards other people. It's something that I've think, been doing for the past few months and that you definitely do notice a more positive change within yourself as a direct resort of that. So that's something I'm going to I'm going to keep on. I'm doing plush. You make more friends that way. Yeah, digory, a hundred percent on that one, and I think we've her I mean as friends to that. But so that go with Vosson this poos and you see my compassion and empathy. And I was talking about working as a team, working having a team, and they said you could basically say you have a team of twenty people. Now Take Each Person Hel just for twenty minutes, for lunch, just something, and talk to him and see where they're right with the work and the life and how it can improve. And you know, you think about it, you've got a team of people, Young, got old time on the world to speak to them.

If you section out, like if he was working for your company, you work for, if the boss took each employee, I'll, you know, just talk about things briefly, fifteen minute. I've think passionate, isn't it? That's being empathy. Yeah, into all that and that's kind of you know how it's making time for people. Yeah, and you feel more valued as a person if you're bought. Yeah, and, as you know, I can we make this more place work better for you. You know, what can we do to help you? Help help you progress as a person, progressing what you actually want to do? Away I see. The way I say is that just don't monitor right, don't monitor your improvement by how you feel. Honestly, Monege, it just hire like how the gaps along, longer gaps are we're coming between the bad days. All. Yeah, yeah, I clear, yeah, but whatsi some some jobs you only is doing. Some jobs you only is good as your last target. You know, you know you're human being. You know you want to be valued for doing you put a lot of time and energy into something. You want to be recognant, have that recognition to what you're doing, because I think a lot of you know I've done some jobs. I want to work in hotels and restaurants. You work long hours, you work really hard, can you make a lot money for the company or whatever, and then the boss doesn't even say our good job. MMM, MMM. So, yeah, I know I experienced that when I worked in a hotel because I think, as you remember, Adam Hotel in Nottingham for quite a while and there was very it was very little of that in the various departments that I worked because I think at the end of the day they just they just kind of saw you as a body. It just wanting more of the tool as opposed to an anastual person. Yeah, and you know, it still happens everywhere. But you've got boys. That is there's the sorry, it's never going to be perfect at all. You always gonna have those people are going to do king to treat you like like a bit a crap on it botto of their shoe. But the end of the day, you there's always got to be that level of just respect. HMM. Yeah, just wherever you were, wherever you speak to. It's just it's just for me especially, it's just mutual ground. So you as long as you're even Keel with people, is fine, but when you have someone that's trying to be better than you're at the job that you know you're good at, it's kind of demoralizing a bit and it just makes you feel like what's the point? People are getting away with like you have targets set. People do less, little workm half the target that's set, but they can get away with it and making you do like twice as much and you don't get any praise for it. Yeah, and it and I deal with on a daily basis, which a hundred in terms. It's not even know, that's couple of weeks I hit like double my target. There's guys on my teaching who hit less than that, but they get away with it and it's to me it feels like, what's that stual point? Yeah, yeah, it feels like what why? I'm actually here doing this, helping people out, and you don't get any press. It's all thank you, well done for doing this today. Don't get nothing like that. It's tight and the day. Yeah, no, no, no, cod of on your speak of this. No, no, it's just I was just gonna no, no, no, it's yeah, it's just for me. I just prefer people being on leaving Ke by know it's not going to work by likes. No one's on the same wavelength. But what can you do it? Yeah, but I think it's important remember, even to those people that you say on your team getting away with half, half of what you do. Yeah, it's still a good idea not to show the sort of true, true feelings about that. I think it's still important to show kindness. Oh, do compassion. Yeah, yeah, so, but now I know I know where you're coming from on that one. Bam, hundred percent. Yeah, I think we just get stressed out with it is well sometimes. I I that's why thess soon as some that happens for mead phone zones is so now, just don't speak to anybody, because I fight if it keeps going. I'm one of those people that if it takes me over and then I'll say something, because if I see something that's wrong, hmm, I won't just say Oh, I'd let it slide. It will keep happy and happening to make things worse. I'll make my opinion heard and so well, that's wrong. Yeah, yeah, I think if you see an injustice, it's important to speak out. But we live in a society where's niches get stitches. Unfortunately, exactly. He's like, that's why it's by biting my tongue and just put me had phones in and just let gone with it. Yeah, do what I do want mere to do. Get paid for and go home. I don't, I mean at some job I can't use headphones. That sucks. I mean, we do. I mean talking about praise as well. Don't just hate it right when you open...

...the door for somebody, investing that you open the door for somebody and they don't get anything. You don't get anything, you don't get a thank you or anything. And the amount of pip you know, the amount of times people do that. It's just a joke. I think what you've got doing. Need have a manner. You've got you've got to say welcome loudly, is possible, so that they now have gastic yeah, or or just say thank you to yourself and let make sure they hear it's all. Thank you for happening. Are you welcome to other Conso, yeah, self will make sure they can hear it. Yeah, I did that. I just I just think that's a factor that needs to be covered generally. I do. It's shame it's getting on, Jake. No, you do, you do, you do, but you see, the thing is there looks you doing something for someone and you're expecting something in return. Yeah, that might let down our see. Okays, it's like when people walk in front of you when you're in town on this, on this slow right down and that you try and walk possible to get passed in front of you and slow by down. It's like, what are you fucking doing? Get Out of my ways, okly, and that's where my patients was think, because you clearly move out the way to get round them and then they just move into your your walkway, and then they just slow right down and then just stop them, like what are you doing? Get Out of the way. But I've noticed that one I'm driving or I'm quite a patient person. Sometimes when I'm driving I'll be laugh I've picked up that saying that Josh. So I'm not bothered prick. I'm driving and I'll shouting you fucking bother, prick, and and then and then they're looking at you like you're the one with the problem, but you're just reacting to what they're doing, and I think that's where a lot of things happen. It's trying. We react, we're in for control of what's happening. It's how you react to it. Do you know how you choose to choose to react to something? Do Do you essentially rise to it, or do you keep yourself level headed and do do the right thing? And I'm a mixed bag with that one. I sometimes wise the occasion because I lose my shit in plain terms if like it. Like, for example, if someone cuts me up when I'm walking through Victoria Center, not you. Yeah, I'm like, what can you see? I'm literally in your walk rate and you're walking strange in front of me and slowing down, or like someone walks or the car pool. You know, you walk acrosses, ever a crossing and the car's not even then it's speeds up to go straight through. I'm like, well done, yeah, I've been in toil me. You done that, especially like I I know, if you if you're hungry, like I'm the same. Your patients as lie out the window ages, I know, but I am probably the worst person. I know those people probably be the same, but I am not a good person. where I am, my patient funds thin as get angry, but then I'm going to eat and I'm fine. And what's like my whole my mood just slowly, just completely changed. Im just like happy as Larry. Yeah, it's interesting to listen to old people's ways and how they react situations. My actions are just over the top. I mean we went by when when it's anyway, I I mean I'm usually that that BMW prick. That doesn't indicate and it goes well too fast. Yeah, I can't stand that though. Yeah, but one you, I don't think I've ever got from Nottingham to Cornwallis in so fast in my life. I remembers with that time and he was like white as a ghosts and I think I checked on the maps and Chessh flew down within like three hours or something crazy about that take. It was ridiculous. I think we had like four or five breaks in between, like five breaks at the time. Yeah, but I've never got smormall so fast in my life. Yeah, I just flawed it for it all the way down, straight down now restrict and one moved out the way as well, from like far like Royal King Kings. I gets out of the weight. But no, about the traffic stuff. Yeah, I commute from the countryside to sit in a city, not in him, every day, near enough, and I do come across a lot of people driving somewhat erratically or they'll cut you up or do something that you don't like. But I don't, I never rise to it because I always think to myself, I don't know what's going on in their life and made them do that. Yeah, did they do it? Because they're distracted by their their own thoughts of something else. So I don't rise to it. I don't, you know, Middle Finger out the window or beat my Horne. I just kind of I just had it go. Really I think that's the best way to do and I think I've I've never started like working with customers and chefs by seeing us, seen chefs I work in restaurants and hotels just flip at yeah, yeah,...

...things, and I take stuff back and about chefs flipped me and call me like me and told me to fuck off. Well, yeah, chefs go the shortest temperament in the world and they've got that temperament because their job actually is really stresslessable. Yeah, but you take a set back and you think, okay, so they're they're making that food. They got four things to do, plus the Plus Star, and I think when you don't, it's just try to not take things personally. But it's hard to do that because you've got to. We're so contained and thinking about ourselves and stuff that, you know, you can't take a step back in a perspective. Honor, that's an in situation, isn't it? Yeah, yeah, okay, I want to point out and do apologize. I think somebody's watching Netflix downstairs. So I do Wi fi interruptions. Glory. Do you have for G yes, I do use that and use that. What you just connect them, reconnect the city, break down. It went here from him again. Okay, what's the topic that you'd like to discuss next? That's a good question of this. Let me get back to my little this. I don't kindly made one sack right. So people, but I don't know if that really should be on there because that's such a broad topic. Yeah, what fuck. Yeah, I'm not going to do that work. We've kind of already done passion, Passion Ted into compassion, but passion in the sense of the passion the stuff we love doing. When we'll talk about social media, I think that's a that's a great one to its cover. Yep, great, that's good one. Gone nurse, you take the lead. I think the societist fold past. Oh yes, I do that Else Bay. In a way, you know the social media, you know, you got instagram, facebook and you know, you take it back to when we were kids, right, we have you know, when we're eight hundred, eight, nine ten, we have none of that stuff and we were literally, you know, going outside, playing football, etc. Not, you know, like the good old days, playing in the woods, playing in the woods, etc. But now it's all to do. You know, it's a sort of you know, play stations, xboxes, all that stuff. The kids don't you know, I feel that the kids in today's society don't go out as much, don't go off fresh now exactly. That's it. They need to go play in the dirt. Bit You mean to get some put jump in the Lego for a swim? Yeah, not, but I think the fingers with I remember around I was at school chames, I think any kind of social media I use on the using was a n Sm Messenger. Yeah, Fuck, when Itok, twenty minutes and new computer from downard and so for flarm wire and but lime. Why risky break you computer? We anating. Yeah, and I remember like yeah, I'm some Messenger on. Then facebook was the first everything, I think, came out. Remember using and then my space bought my yeah, the thing be both for me. Yeah, and these I think. You know, like social media is good tool to use. I think as a balance, as a fine balance between who uses it and how long you use it, for being being balanced with how long you spend on it, because you know facebook, instagram and these other apps are really good, but you've got to just be limited with your time on it. I think. I think social media such a big part of our lives now it's kind of hard for us to limit ourselves. Were so stucked into this world of posting pictures on Facebook, instagram. Mean I don't actually post much. I post more on my instagram story than what I do on actual instagram, young or facebook. But now I think, I think social media's just a big part, too bigger part of our lives now for us to actually put it down for good. We'll never got older. I think main thing for me is social media. I don't use it as much as I used to, but I use it to keep in touch with the family. Like if I found a long distance like other side of the country, I like to your so you get to keep up stay what they're doing and I'll see what. You can send them picture. They send you pictures and you be able to see them, to show the rest of your family. So I can see my cousins are on facebook and instagram. They put pictures up and I can show them to my dad. It's my dad doesn't have any social media whatsoever. Yeah, and it just keeps him in the loop with it all as well, and for me that's the best way to keep in touch with them because obstously it's so easy nowadays hops people.

Everyone's on social media. Is Easy to keep in touch with people. HMM, but I agree there is people that do take the PISS with it to duty too seriously. Yeah, take a serios longer on the day's we'd write a letter to someone on the other side of the world. It would drive within a month. You can see, we can go on facebook message now, send a message with them. Two seconds they've got it, I think. I think it is an absolute technological marvel for us to have these platforms, but unfortunately it's sometimes it's not really used for what it's intended to do. No ill, I think. Yeah, you R people pretending to be somebody else on like Instagram, but take a bas fill. Are Now making look making looks something completely different, sending there's somebody else. Yeah, it's not being what is being quite fished or being exactly. What's the point? What is it the asshet end goal of doing all that? Yeah, just to just to make people unhappy, just to Piss people laugh, just to make you feel better about yourself. It doesn't real matter. Yeah, yeah, it doesn't matter. Is that the whole the whole point for me, the whole point of with having facebook, instagram is to keep up to date with your friends, family, showing people, well, showing all your friends and family, like Longdistance, what you were doing so they can keep in touch with what you're doing your life and it doesn't feel like you're not seen him for a long time, if that makes sense, because if you see what they're doing, it makes you feel part of their life, even though they've got like halfway over the across the country. Yeah, yeah, but it likes, likes. I'll just stand by. People do take the mick with it low a lot. Yeah, I mean some, some people don't realize that their life is far instagram, beyond their phone. Hm, the life is their phone in and yeah, they're life is their phone. To say yeah, then, yeah, I mean, if it literally took to my on island without a phone, I think they wan't know what to do themselves. So freak counts wither away and die. Yeah, I've got no Wi Fi, I've got no forty all, but what am I supposed to do? Make a fire, use some sticks, play with some sticks. Yeah, not poking jellyfish with the stick. Well, I think. I think with social media as well, I especially Instagram, it's very addictive and when people like these influences and these model of post pictures. They guy, you know, thousands of lights and those likes they release the feel good hormone in your body called Ostatation. So when you get a like or you got a message through steel, good because you know it's a release of that oxtosen. So then you want to post more. People want to do more and more of that and it's an addictive drug and feeling that is, you know, it's the least. Well, it's. Well, it's I've seen people that literally aim to get like a certain amount of likes per picture. If they don't get that certain amount of likes, they take it down. Take it down? Yeah, because it's the time, because they've got to hit that like, to feel them. Or say not, if you feel good, achievement, say fifty likes of the hit like forty nine. Shut out, said off. That's not unacceptable. Can't have that. Or they've reposted like two hours later just so they consider to get more white for it. Yeah, but I don't think it really helps mental health issues either, or the sondio crap. I think that I about posting something like, you know, post something, post content that you're actually happy we don't. Don't post some from the Boucher Uniga or you feel good now, you just, you know, playing your own trunkpet really, if you're doing that. HMM, yeah, so with my social media it will. It's literally pictures. That's just start posting. The fair enough people takes off as. That's fine, but there's people take so many fucking self is that it's just ridiculous and they've got to take all the different angles and thinking, right, what's that going to achieve? You're going to take the side version of you had to make yourself look better. You're like, can that speak? Yes, but you get the people who go to places and left pree rehearse and how prethinked about how they're going to take their instagram post. You know, yes, pre meditated. It's pretty meditate. Yeah, you might be going on a trip somewhere and you think, how am I gonna, you know, post this? I'm you know, how can I get you see? You're going an hold it somewhere, think about how many pictures can't do? Where can I take them? But, you know, opens a balance, you know. But I think if you become addicted to this, these platforms, and only going down a depress a slippery slone. Yeah, yeah, but I mean there's one platform that I think is very beneficial and that's Linkedin and not something I've stopped using. I thought you might say that. Yeah, because Linkedin is very fortunate the way that it attracts purely professionals, or not so much professionals, but people will only use it for professional purposes, such as reaching out to, you know, other members of the hierarchy within the company they work for, looking for the jobs. You know. There's absolutely zero aspect of people posting about their personal lives that has no connection to their work life.

Yeah, so that's that's why linkedin works, because it's managed to separate itself from the usual a social constructor of social media, whereby post about what we're doing. And a few, a few of the people I've met on linked turn have been on this podcast and that's how I yeah, people. I was going to say that the last guys folks, was you Makee for linked in on it. Yeah, I met him on Linkedin. Yeah, it's not listening to the other days really good. And then the first person I did it with, she's called Carbon Fiber podcast and she makes artful carbon fiber. I'm at who I just sent a message saying I'm finger doing a podcast that and she accepts be on it. But the first way I did it was Verry v put post on Linkedin and he put anyone who's got ideas, I needs help with anything, post it below and I posted it in that box and I've loads of people message me saying they'll help with the podcast. So I mean, well, I I think linkedin a lot of people who got a bit intimidated by it don't know what it is and you can even find jobs on there. Quite say you can do Linkedin linkedin anymore, but women I did have it. Yeah, I had a few top offers do that. It was pretty good because it's where recruiters would actually look for people with specifically on Linkedin, and you can connect with people in the same thingation on models came the music. So yeah, there's definitely the beneficial site to social media in that respect, but it's knowing when enough is enough. Well, let's sexual media spins are bullies in the you know what people you know move the school, people going to target of the dirt person and then you know the inside. They can talget you. I'm now more so like I can do you just have some messenger people instagram and see the hell thelight and yeah, well, can contributing. So contribute to a lot of people, you know, if suicide and mental health, because caroline and as flat, she was caught top to by trolls online, and that will be done to help her and I'll Sni felt better a lot of other people who have been told to, you know, get anything you can do. Is that do with that? Is the movie sold from the platform completely or just don't trance? Take it to heart. Everyone's got their own way wherever. Yeah, exactly what this there's going to be pros and cons for all made. Those like people that use like instagram for like doing for the businesses, like promoting the businesses, like like, if they're making something on the round, like, for like, say, making war crafts or something like that, they take pictures of that to promote it to other people so they can see and then they message them to buy it. HMM, SA in wait, it's a for the if that example, I'm all for it, like, if it's going to help benefit them and that's good and off it. Everyone's for different ways. I can't say it's a bad thing because I'll probably get hated on so much some son know, social media. It's like, no, it's not the like for now. Yeah, for tonight is that. But that's now not even going into for night, because for night's most ridiculous game I've ever seen my life, the most pointless game I've ever seen. You literally you play. It's like a sixty man bar royals. Soon as you die, first person to die, you have to wait, when ils dies, until you start again, and so you like come back alive. What is the point? Yeah, but I understand. Back to this this caroline flack again. It's it's quite sensitive, you know, because she had a history of, you know, severe depression, Accenta and a history of farming as well, and I said, I didn't know that. Yeah, and obviously depression is caused by a chemical imbalance that creates a clinical illness. So it's must be, you know, it's it's good. It's got to be tough. It's got to be tough and the way I see it, people truly don't understand. Sorry, the people that truly understand is that people that have been through it and people that are going through it. That's yeah, that's the exactly the way I said, as people truly understand. If it's not, it's like what it will be. Your opinion on how people deal with it, with how people deal with it. Some just pop around a sex sorry. Yeah, sure. How I would people? If people, if people have feel depressed and down the dumps and obviously, God forbid, wanting hurt themselves, how would you? What would you say? There's...

...people house, they should deal with it. I bought had something. I I think if someone's feeling depressed or the feeling anxious from that, you know, like what helps some people is getting out, getting out the house, you know, moving, physical exercise. You know, even if it's walking out the house and going to the park or Havn't walk around the walking your dog, which is going to the shop, getting out the house and in the daytime, you know, getting that bit of Sun Light, engaging someone and taking your mind off yourself. Everyone's everyone's gonna gown way of dealing with moving definition. I think. I think it should be tailored to the individual circumstances, because I know some people with depression date they sometimes they can't get out the house, which is why there's medical intervention. I at depressions. To give you that sort of briefs of energy and give you that motivation to go out and do stuff. I think that's what they do and I think the the individual has to not work out for themselves. But I don't think it's easy to just tell someone to go for a walk, go and do this, because they they might not have the energy within themselves to do that. So when dealing with so we tried to help someone out who did have still has depression to a certain extent. You can't just say so stuff. You've got to, you know, work out what would actually make them feel better. But works for a yeah, what? What works for them? Yeah, so I don't try and implement sense their routine as well. Pretty much, yess, it's not just all about telling them to go out and do something, because if that's that comes productive. No, exactly. You need to like work into the everyday life. And Yeah, so it's like like it's like second nature. Just want to seem like a positive outcome from doing something. Morn's kind of benefit. Mont or physical health make a difference, but I think we're very fortunate living in this country in the sense that mental health is something that can be openly spoke about. You know, you could probably just go down to your doctor, tell them how you feeling and either get a referral or you'll get that imagined anti depressions or medicine that would come anxiety something like that. But I known a lot of countries it's a bit of a taboo subject and if you were to essentially have on your record that use do anything with mental health, I know that it wouldn't look very good on you and it may prohibit you from doing something future. So I think us here in the UK we have to be thankful for the fact that mental health is something that, you know, the big employees talk talk a lot about, you know, caring for the employees when they've got mental health issues etc. And you know, we've really we can't take any of that for granted because we do get a lot of help here. We do get a lot olden at good which is a sorry and be lying point oft make. So I think there's a lot of good charities out there and resources that will over mental health. But often, you know, soon as you become an adult, specially on the NATES, there's a mess of waiting us and you could have depression or anxiety and the might be awaiting us for three weeks, you know, to see somebody talk about someone, took talk about something and then sometimes you know you might be seeing some one and then they turns and then you're seeing someone else. So nothing. That's that's the kind of shoes with it in the country at the minute and I firl do have a lot of resources, but there's such a matter of waiting less. Yeah, and I think, I do believe there is a correlation between social media use and mental health. Yeah, I think it might not be an underlying cause, but it may be a factor that's aggravating underlying causes and then causing people to have, you know, mental health issues. You think, Ye, how many young people now days? If you take turn people, a people part will turn people and you ask them how many of them about the mental health thing? This use or no self esteem? You know, be a lot credit probbly higher now compared to twenty years of it would yeah, Oh, yeah, yeah, I imagine so. But because, you know, lock is an now doings or finished score, they got home and they'll be on the playstation. They're not having social interaction by I think. So you're having social interaction you get some movie, one in the sense of yourself,...

...by Inter maximum more people, I think, on top that, because I mean I know everyone in this podcast right here right now, would have their micon speaking to their mates whilst playing xbox or paystation. So you do DM still get that social interaction factor, even when it comes to gaining cause, I mean after school I would, I would go and play call of duty with some of the guys. Do you know? You you involved in that sometimes, is on playstation with pay zombies. Yeah, well, cry, etc. Yeah, yeah, it's I can the day. Yeah. Yeah. So, yeah, you do still get that sort of social aspect, I think. But when you mentioned about younger the younger generation, I think one of the biggest problems is body image. Yeah, but this morphal. Yeah, yeah, essentially, that's that's part of me. And say thanks, I don't and they become disassociated with what is okay, what they're okay to look like. You know, they might just want to look like they're slefty, and it's not helped by social media at all because it's plastic with images. So, I don't know, Love Island and crap like that, and same people aren't they think that thing look prettier than they do. Yeah, yeah, so I'm not posting say cause I'm just saw a picture of a girl that looks pretty than I do. Yeah, are you talking about? Yeah, that's for the but no, it's like with the game inside of things. I you know, if I alway night forms out and I always come home after work and come stroutto game and the sweets are either. Do Know, Adam, when you use have the playstation all the other guys, it just it just cuts you off and just for me it shows me out. Yeah, yeah, I'm just like really like loss, because you have that like a really bad day of work. That's my way of just like well, even stress. Yeah, I'm just chilling out a bit as well. But offic everybody's they different thought and drink and drink as well. It's a help you. Is that balance isn't? You know, too much of anything as bad for you. But it's knowing yourself when you could. Okay, that's enough, I've spent an hour or two hours on it. I'm going to do something else now. Yeah, yeah, it's just taking immediate balance. That's what it is. It's even even some people become addicted. So that's the going to the gym sixteen seven days. And Yeah, I would say no, because some majority of people who do that. I've actually doing it for a purpose either. If I've, I know a couple of people at the gym host to work out. They used to week him all the time, all the time, and there was a girl that was there. She used as well. She was there on the treadmill every day for at least an hour. But then now, if she's turned out, she's doing marathon running and now she's going first second places and all across the country. So it is exactly so. It's I get that, but I s because obviously been working in a Jim. I see it like hands on. I see you loads of people doing it for actual reason. People do it for to look good. People do it John Lose weight. People don't go to the gym just to Piss away time. Now, but people's very it's very respectory, very people just was. Younger people use the US well. Younger people do it more to take the past and just waste time because they don't know what halten don't know what they're actually doing high but I've gone to the German I've I've seen people and they'll do five reps of a work out and I'll take a picture of a Selfie in the Mirror on the phone and then I've got kind of think like it's not possible to actually has to great work out. Today, you look exactly the same. Yeah, no, Rod this Hasta, no film. That's gains gainst pill games. Yeah, but what does any else got anything? Twelve to that or yes, my advice right, and do not talk about how you're feeling in regards to anxiety. You know why? I will explain why, because you just reminding your subconscious okay, reminding your subconscious mind, that there's something wrong with you, and it isn't what this is. It's a lint behavior and that's what if that's what you're going to consider. So you're saying if you're feeling down in the DOMPS, you don't talk to people about it. I didn't say depression. That's an anxiety. I don't, but I'm saying feeling bad in any two. You're saying, if you feel down like that, you don't seeze. You say that's things act. You would specifically this. Yeah, just right, specifically on that, as I did say, that's what just that. That's why mine I'm saying, would you? So you're saying not...

...to speak to anybody. If you're like fin down with anxiety, you don't say not speaking to anybody makes it better. I wouldn't. If it's depression, then yeah, if it's, no, I'm talking about I talk about anxiety itself. Now counter picting, I think. I think Louis is onto something there, because you in reminding you of sub conscious mind, there's something wrong with you, whereas it's just a learnt behavior that you want. It means there's nothing. If someone those thinks, I there's nothing wrong with them. It's a it's a normal human emotion. Yeah, an sciety. Yeah, no, that itms me totally sponsor. It isn't I totally agree with you, mate. I was literally just like wanting you to expand on it, so like for all of our understanding and for people it's going to be listening to this, MMM, just so they get where you're coming from. Okay, I'll totally agree with what you're saying hundred percent. I just wanted to sorts you to expand on it, just so people get, I think, what your ways from, doesn't it? Yeah, yeah, it it passes. So I've not admit I've not had much experience with it, but it does come and go. I feel sorry for people that that get it, you know, multiple times a day. That must be absolutely horrific, the exhausted. What I like. I'm experienced it at all, but that's for my understand that's what it. I would rather and know now, if someone is dealing with exiety, to what is the best route to take with it, because it because me being the person I am, I would obviously say I'll come talk to me about it, John, to talk about it. And obviously if that's the wrong way to go about it, that I would want worse one. That's fine. That's fine because for me as personally, if someone's down in the DOMPS, regardless of depression, or don't just downe DOMs, have a bad day or anxiety of whatever, I would always go to them and say look, John, to talk about John, go for a drink. Drawn us a bit of a catch up, see where heads act clearly the air, see what I can do, tail pout kind of thing. MMM, I think that the things with anxiety, it's it can be connected to anything that's different in each person and it can stem from, you know, from previous life experiences or could be a feel. You know, a bit of anxiety is normal as a person. You're not mean if you go into a new situation, you know a lot of people get anxiety mix up with excitement or, you know, feel very different if it feel very similar. So a bit of anxiety is normal. If you know, if you're going through a job into you might feel that that's healthy. That's kind of normal. But if you if you're having anxiety where it's preventing you from doing citizens and forms of situations, and that's when it becomes a problem. And then it also goes into panic disorder. But there's blows are different, less romanic order and it's also related to oppression as well. More I mean I had anxiety in the past. I won't go too much into it. By I PHSD following likes of them, and you basically when you hop when you have anxiety, you got triggered by different situations. So it's different for each person and how you deal with it is different. A lot of people don't really talk about it because it is those emotions start to rise. So that's probably why some people don't bought it. Well, the symptoms that people go through. For example, it could be threating, shaking, nervousness, except, you know, all that sort of stuff. That's not a symptom. That is just sensations. Believe me when I say it's just sensations. But what would you say for people who are listening to my anxiety? What would you say they should do? By the how do you think they should deal was that? How should you think that they should deal with it? If they're that? You're say not to talk to anybody about it. Okay for me. For me, I would say just deal with like, just let it slide and just let the will pass. Personally, I don't think it's not the boss option exactly. Yeah, I don't think you can just let it passing. Everything will be okay over time. I think there's all got to be a way around it. Okay, even if it's not talking to anybody. I'm just saying it's got to be at something that good help to make things better for them quicker. Okay, here there is a cure. I don't think it's a cure, but there's got to be like an easy way for people to deal with it then, not not just saying don't speak to anybody. They just kind of work. I'm not saying. I'm not saying. I'm not saying exactly. I'm not saying Deno's wrong, but for me I would say what I'm saying doesn't that's got to be something that go out in here. You know. Yeah, no, no, I'm out. I totally agree what you're saying. But, like I said, just for like, with anything like depression, anxiety, whatever, there's got to be something that's got to help people out, to make it a little bit easier for them. Not Saying not talking speed yet by might be completely wrong. Bomb saying it's got to be something else. Yeah,...

...that could help them, if that makes yeah, okay. Well, what of what I've got for people, for people who are listening? Try the London methods. If you search that up, we can. Can you tell us? Yeah, from yeah, can you explat like I just this. Give one breathe, Cup. What do you mean? You can't tell us what it's about? What is the Secret Society of this is? I can't tell you. I have no I have gained a lot of knowledge, as you can sort of as I've demonstrated the will. This is a brief, brief over spend it and I'll look it up now. It's the Linden methods, that's Im the N and MS Linden method. All Right, I'm googling it. I thought it's some complete the total freedom from hyings, art to editions, the well, I don't I'll just pass some basics. I think people are that anxiety. The best way to kind of control that you're feeling anxious or if you're scared in a certain situations, taking trolley, breathing. Yeah, and you know, imagine yourself is like a tree and roots are coming out your feet and you're grounding yourself. You're grounding yourself and you feel more grounded in the present moment from just taking to are you breathing? I mean that's kind of what works for me when I was going through but then again, people going to have different strands of anxiety and difference of different people. It's us that his cause bond a. it's irrational thinking. So rational thinkings in the human a, rational thinkings on the anity and some what something that's going to happen. It's more than the future me. So your body starts producing your adrenaline starts being pumped into your system and then it just goes some nerve. So there's different ways to deal with it. My NLPCDT, I'm becoming aware of your thoughts and emotions and just writing down your thoughts and emotions. But you know, things are going to work differently people. Yeah, I research. I just put up on Google that thing. He said lowis Linden method. Yeah, it's just like. It's a program that addresses the underlying causes of the anxiety. Is supposed to deally put the symptoms, so dressing the root cause. Yeah, it's as you said. Would what? Yeah, what I'm trying to I'm just trying to promote that. I feel that that's quite helpful as well. One's got their own experience of hey for it, though it Shit. Well, sure, wait a minute, so, surely, but if you have to make pilly cost you, you can't Poe cost on good health actually quite good. That's what your funny to say that here I am looking capitalists. Gold Nuss brings that one out. And there you've got to be a member. So there is a bit of the freemasons or some for like right, it's just this guy, Charles, Charles Linden. The Linden method is his mug against the testimony. Well, there's loads different ways to deal with it, isn't there's loads of different people to sell these programs to deal with. Yeah, this, this one does actually see, seem to be quite sort of substantial, looking at their website now, and I think, I think I would actually be quite good if someone was an exactly a lot of yeah, so unfortunate in the sense of I mean once I did have, I think once, twice, twice, I had what I was considered to be a panic attack, but I haven't had it since. But no, I but I know essentially, I know firsthand what that felt like. Yeah, it's not pleasant in the slightest. No, and there isn't really a lot you can do. I think grounding yourself helps, realizing that you're in a safe environment, but when those emotions are kind of going through your head, it's hard to bring yourself back around. I remember one time I just took myself out of the environment I was in. I put myself in a completely new environment that I actually felt comfortable in and it went away. So I don't know if that would help other people. Someone's listen to this. You're experiencing something similar. Yeah, well, often they're all good points of they're all really good beneficial bolling star people can benefit from. Yes, I just wanted to promote that because I feel...

...like a lot of people don't know about that and you know you've got millions people suffing from their dark depression, exception stuff that. So I think it's a good you know, it's a good to get out there, you know, but promotions highlize mental health, doesn't I think that's some from that massive now it's stays. I think, you know, it needs to be more implemented in the workplace. Well, I think it's my understanding that I did a bit of recent bull did the podcast, is that if you, if you do have some sort of mental health conditions, you go and see your GP and your GP will write you something called a fit note, Hmm, and then you take this into your workplace. And because, and I think it's at the mental health acts like some sort of law regarding mental health chapter number twenty two. Yeah, you were. Basically you GPILL write a fit note to you that's addressed your employer and it has recommendations in them. I don't know if they have to abide by them by law, but I think they do take them quite seriously, whether it be stuff like, I don't know, additional supervision, additional breaks, stuff like that. So there is a lot of support from employers when it comes to mental health. Yeah, I I think. Well, I mean one imagine, imagine all you guys are CEO's of company, your own business, the boss, all right, because how how would you monitor? Would you monster lie your people's Mental Health? That work for you, because I mean things. If you have a company and People's mental health alive, shocking and people feeling stressed, you're not going to get the bet, you're not going to get the best start of people, of the fling like Shit. You're going to keep your company will soffer as a result of people's, sometimes months of health and how they feel. So I mean what, what would you if you guys were like CEEOS company? What would you do ton what? The workforce in itself is something that needs to be carefully nurtured in order for it to thrive as intended. So you do need to create that balance and I think promoting if you can get your employees to feel comfortable in the sense of being able to speak openly to you as CEO or someone in a managerial position about how they're feeling. It would definitely, definitely benefit the company in the long run. If you create an environment where people are scared to talk out of the fear of repercussion, persecution or similar, then you know the productivity is going to die and essentially, the end of the day, you're going to see it in your profits. MMM, you're not going to be making as much money. Here's what you intended to something. I think a lot of people don't want to talk about mental health to people, as you know, friends or something, because, because sometimes I just don't want to let them, you know, get that vibe down with them, if that makes sense. What you mean sometimes as in like damaging a reputation of its now it's in, you know, when you talk to somebody about about and know, you know, you dat your problem, etc. Think a lot of people don't want to do that. It's because they didn't want to dump and, you know, somebody else's smood and I think bring this to you sometimes. So they wouldn't talk about it out of selflessness. Yeah, right, no, no, sometimes it's very valid point. I mean, if I guess it, I guess if you're talking to someone, HMM, a friend of yours, and so you're not see him in like a week and good chat. You feel like you want to say something about how you're feeling, but you might not in the end do it because you don't want to kind of put that on them, m to a certain extent. Yeah, so, no, I understand what you're coming from. Yeah, yeah, that one. Yeah, of course. Or what do you think? Wing? Yeah, he's in the chart. Yeah, still in shot. Let me drop from the message, but I think a lot of businesses think Nonson, you know, it's a good workplaces, free piece from on the fucking Dean bugs, things that go with the said. Some flock is not the answer or some answer that was like the answers. You know, isn't pizza and bean bogs. You know. I mean why? And free through. I mean that you see you that on. He's corporate places and you think hello, true, Yo.

All right, yeah, they and your yes, we can hear you know. It just went dead, just like right. Okay, I'm listen to everything you guys are saying. I'm saying, I'm trying to speak, and then nothing's going through. It's fine. What do you think? was on about. Yeah, but for me, Pieza, pizza and tea bags. No, it's people don't use. You want to talk about like negatives, and that's affecting them because they don't want people to think differently of them, will change their opinion of them as a person. Yeah, yeah, so when you're pers I get that. But for me I would say the best form of dealing with stuff like that is to talk to people a so you're not dealing with on your own. We get that's that's contradicting with somewhat. Some of you guys are saying what for me, Po my personal experience obviously seen in people dealing with certain different things that's affecting in their life. Talking to someone helps out because then you're not dealing with it directly on your own as a person and makes you feel worse. You can always like offloat some of that weight on your shoulders on somebody else. Yeah, helped it help deal with that issue. Yeah, I agree with that. Yeah, but obviously it's not a totally gree. You denarms. I'll say it's not always as simple as that, but I'm just saying that is in some cases there is an alternative route to help people out who are dealing with, yeah, dealing with, in plain terms, shits in their life and obviously, if they're not, yeah, I'm in themselves. So they is options for people to speak out and say, look, some this, I'm not right, something's happened to me. Can I have some help? Can you help me out with this? Can you leave me in the right direction? And it just shits. Like I said, some lest shifts and that weight off your shoulders and I pass on somebody else and makes it a little bit easy, if for you to keep going. HMM. I mean, mental health is far too broad. Is this is it is podcast, but I think it's got I think it's good that we speak about it destroy some of the sort of taboos around. Yeah, what is good to everybody's hanging on and how strongly they feel about it, because it can, it is everyone deals on daily basis and it's just good to hear people's opinions on it as well, I think especially, I mean I'll take this opportunity to say so. I said something to say. If you are listening to this podcast, you know we're nearly fifty five minutes in now. If you do struggle with any form of mental health and you wanted someone to speak to, just look me up on facebook, drop me a message and we'll have a chat. No problem at all. I just want to get out there and they could, you know, with all of all of us, isn't it? I mean came. Yeah, we're all viccause we've all's dealt with different similar situation within different ways in their life. All four of us have. So we have were also, we've got like the most experience, but we know ways of how to deal with in different routes to find a solution and make things better for people. So I guy. Yeah, okay, we what Tom Saying. If anyone's got any issues or problems they want to talk about, Bob, he's that was no, drops a email, droppers of message on Facebook, Instagram, whatever. Will have to help out. will do I'll create an email, I'll create a podcast email and I'll go give make everyone an Admin so we can all accessor that's pretty good actually. If we can get questions and queries, yeah, we can discuss it. Yeah, but what are you getting again, even if the questions or cruise or even feedback or anything they want us to discuss in the next podcast or say something that we've said that's not slightly right and they've got their own view on it by all means tellers, and then we can address it in the next podcast and say, look, so Su said this. HMM, thank you for letting us know, and then we'll we know for next time as well. So there's different avenues we can take with it and obviously the feedback and the opinions and the emails, Life Chat, anything, anything we can do to help out be great. Yeah, sir, I mean this is like the other stages of it. I mean what we could do in the future is quite yeah, I mean this is our podcast. Yeah, you know. So if we're going to do more than then this is kind of the I guess, the official test, isn't it? That would actually public us to all people. Think. Yeah, I mean it's shit, it's shit. We the I exactly. Yeah, it's the only way we can try and see if it will subceed. It is try and even if we get a couple of bad feedback, that a good feedback, will try another one and if it's just starts fizzling that then we'll stop. Or we won't know unless we try. I mean bad feedback is still feeling this point of see. Is Positive criticism, isn't it? I mean, I look at, you know, Joe Rogan, like I started watching podcast from Joe Rogan and often, you know, we all have looked at his videos and you look at some of his early ones and they're not like the ones it does now. But I listened to one of his early ones and the guy said, or he said, that when he first did the first view he had like a hundred listenings and...

...hit the can in. The Guy said it's not about how many listeners you gets, about who listens to it. That's true. People. You might get two people who quite high up or they might connect with what you're saying. It's about who listens, not how many people who listen. Yeah, though, it's good. I think it's good for us, for as well, just to get our opinions out into into the bowl, if as it were, just to get it all out there and obviously get every whatever we're thinking, just get out there so we can speak about it, obviously dressed any issues, anything that's all, anything that's wrong, and can also dress it now. Yes, it's trying. That isn't how you exactly, you know exactly you on. Maybe this is how very good started a podcast with a few of his may yeah, and then it develops into hid the sort of setting that he's got now. He does it well, I don't it be does do it as well. He's got his own studio. Gets on, you know, mush making, weird, you know, but he used to basically do it from his house with a l he's doing from his house and there. Yeah, someone like that, some of something like that. Then he obviously got grade to his office and he's got a wicked self now. But obviously we're at the early stages, as it were. Yeah, we are. Yes, very wasn't built on a day, or wasn't? So No, I'm not. You sat up up my dining table with two empty bottles of beer. That's that's how it is at the minute. Some on my call. I can tell. You can tell, because that your connectivities just like going up, down, up, down, up. Yeah, you bleat, you bleaches is one, I think cormal. So I can get any further with you live in the same time. I know you live from some words. Do you know us? Hello, saw that May. I'm still here. I'm just taking went really quiet there buddy. Yeah, right, so, right. So how is everybody right it? Did anyone see the box in last night? Oh No, my stay up that. No, no, I'm seeing like to see here about the result. Why? World, the versus fury. I still what. Fury absolutely smashed it. May He did. If honestly, absolutely absolutely, is the Irish? Is that it was not Irish. Irish. I don't even know where he's from. Just just because Liam, like exactly, just because chose when Gypsy can I was you said the gypsy. Now every that's it. That's it. Oh, sorry, sorry, people are there in my but the what was quite nice, dapose guys. Actually is us the past ever last week it's been like really windy, but then it changes the forecast every two seconds. is like cloudy, raging, sunny, raining, cloudy Sunny. It's just that. It is. It is. Yeah, no, it's good, it's good. But the any the fighting, or what would they said? They could make like forty million on pay per view or something crazy. It's ridiculous. Yeah, it depends how Biggie war like convict Gregory, you make like any fight. He does like it. Returning Fight I've made made an absolute shit on me. Even if you lose your still make some money. So I mean it's actually happy to be in the ring. All right. Yeah, I think you get in your contract, you get like an obviously, when I'll lose, you get your minimum and then I'll see you get a think get out of bonuses for like fight the night or knockout and I will pay per view bonus or whatever. So before ward's up, I'm just thinking. Sometimes listen to on a Jogans podcast in yesterday, let's be interesting, from stock about and it's something going off topic from what we've set. He was saying that you to like, say you can sum content or a video games with the say, play a little vine, you games. Who was saying that? People become kind of used to it or it's like immune to violence, nodas and society, because he said that he obviously he's a commentator and UFC and he specialized a lot of Jiujis, who in fight Ingim and he said if he sees a bar fight or fight happen in real life, he doesn't get affected by he's quite immune to it and he's...

...like all he's last bout technique. He's looking at rather the techniques. Why do you? Do you think that when I play violent video games are watching funds from Amun? I'll say no. I would still say if I played like a viting video game, anything like, if I see something like that in real life, I'd supposed all phillies act of the same. I don't just people deal with in different ways. Don't know. So, Oh, yeah, I just like to just not to apologize for snapping. I think our way through that, as you'll probably all know. Now I'll stop smoking. And Yeah, the aggression. The aggression doesn't end till the third month mark for me, I think. Well, in most people it's fine. There's there's that. You know. The fuse I was saying, do you know? Wasn't trying to get you aggressive, it was just trying to get a better understanding of what you're saying. Yeah, yeah, it's take take any offense to you or anything like that. Would like safe. I like anxiety side of things. It's not I'm not. I'm got a strong background in it, so I've never I've never dealt with it directly. So I was just trying to say obviously people, for me I like, but stuff like that I see people deal with in different ways. I was saying to you, if it's if you're saying not talking to people about it is the best. It is not the way to do it. How would you how would you tell people to deal with it? That's not saying yeah, so it's fine, it's all good, and I think my brother looks on calling me now on the Bo idea. So I didn't get most of that to go to you pishing me off. What's on? What? What next? Top of the people want to talk about it. I think, when I think our topic. Yes, you said the topics in which I'll talk about for an event. Yeah, can do. What coronavirus last week like? Have you seen anything on the virus by anything else? Positive, negative, part of the credit virus? Yeah, we're not talking about brexit. We are not talking about that. They are see the Britskay, you know, with Ris Junson, but I talk about just said that I was jaking. I saw the brutes. So bit of it. I'd music is going to fast. Now the right. I think you see a few between storms and Whiley, but I know you're having a bit of a debate with him on twitter at the men on you because, yeah, I while he put a tweet and he said someone eight hunder pounds and I said, Oh, you should start selling things on Ebay as a joke, and they had to go with me, saying no, you do, and I went yeah, but I actually have been a man. He sort of funny side to it and followed me. so He's been like calling storms the art and stuff, but I think he's probably feeling sour because storm is getting all the publicity now from the music that he kind of set up and created and the now storms is completely come off social media off and I think it's all down to that. But Oh yeah, church, you got you got response off traumatic Mr Traumatter. I did. Yeah, I got that yesterday. That literally made my day. I just I just sent a message of apprecation, that are love the music man, that kind of thing, and he put respect Bro I was like, oh, that that's the thing. You're just about it. Yeah, I did. Yeah, that was that was amazing. That he's actually he was actually touring at the time, so I'm surprised he actually saw my message, but I woke up to that and that that was definitely proper. Fangjiel. Yeah, I'll club a fender then. Yeah, his music is my something else. I like you like. We all not muse it, but his music, for a rapper in Grime, in the music, he don't. He's quite deep. He's very deep to be talked about. Yeah, and you find wow, I good for him for talking about some of the stuff that rappers don't talk out. You know, I mean it's it likes to go on about how it's Vegan as well. I Keep Smoking Weird Vegan the government. Wow, it does actually speak a lot of truth. If you actually listen to the lyrics, some of the stuff he says, you'll go, you know what, you're actually right. But most of it it's like pretty out there and not disgusting, but they're pretty the pretty...

...violent lyrics say the least. But I mean that's that's the kind of being a persons and we've all got voice. That's just him being himself. So authenticity, HMM, which is one swearing on this podcast, because it's we look at this, it's not kids of as and stuff he was saying. He's saying, well, he thinks there's no point. A line about much to get your opinion out. Yeah, I'm not going to pretend to be some fucking professional on the podcast, just that they could just so and offended like I'm just start, just starting, and if I was got a problem with it, don't listen to the podcast. You're sixty seven minutes into listening. I give all that. Stop. Go back to their lives. Don't do something shopping. You'll get worried about what's young for see, are calling and I don't want my havin. Well, you was a o fatigue layer between Spaghetti polonaise or barbecue plustos. The sausages look not. Why is it just sausages of its own? Yeah, wow, wow, yet you haven't any sauce. Sausages and something I think I want piece lay anyway. Oh, yeah, I mean that. What. What kind of sausage? That Frank Cumberland sausages? Think, are you cooking at yourself? Yeah, yea loving or in the path on the oven, the Michael. Now, well, I've got that. I've got some Chinese. I had yesterday, some that, but I'm not sure way or the risky business of my Chinese like a Biscuppi Domino's last night, ice cream. Let's getting me if you could have domino's. I've got a deal last night. If you get to for one if you collect it. But the play some true. I got it in cormal. Two for one. If you go to the place and you collective, you get too for the price of fucking one. Yeah, but dump the dominoes pizza is Ra absolute extortion it. So when they say to for whiles, I mean is to one's bigger than the other. Domino's deals sever look, let's have a quick gun to each other. Yeah, just a big update a minute. I've got to go to the dentist on tomorrow's to I've gotta be put down to be sedated. Put a put down, Ye shot. So the pleasure of was some always been pleasure make. Yeah, people to that. I my waugh in my wisdom. Teeth for just come from quite a while buck, but they've been off. They come down at an angle on they twist into place. Yeah, and the teeth problems because jaws are smaller, the YS more teeth. I've got an update for your question. For you, Adam, when you know when you do the next podcast, we have better connection. Yeah, I look into the most by the antennas. These you are, or I would say it's just doing any biggers that don't do anything. I think you can't finish. I I'M ON FOR G of the minute and I think it's probably due to my location and probably due to international are you please? It's way. I'm so moving. I'm sitting still. Yeah, I'm talking it into my phone. You another speaker? Yeah, but that's just that's what that might that might be it. It takes off last, but there's no phones with your headphones with like a little voicing on inside. Yeah, I'm using day beats, as I'm doing. I'm using the IPHONE as probably invest in a microphone or head or something. That's why I just get ahead. You know, the Apron had friends with the MIC on the side of it to get one of them. Well, I'll see in your terms. The Pixel. Yeah, buks Shite that whatever it is. Yeah, using their apples thing in a minute. That's quite helpful. Use phone, Google and enjoyed for the many.

Had Friends. I guess what few in the future like, you know, future goals is, you know, doing this in the studio or you know, good equipment. Yeah, what if you need this? Lows know when you want. All of us are back on. Yeah, of course, just yaks will do whatever. Wells, you have to work out like days, which is going to be best for all of us. So we can all sink in down for now, because I know I'm was busy to doing their own thing on they so well minutes. Only an hour or so out of that day, boys and is going to be in that's what I'm saying. And was going to be in there. Yeah, like out doing something else for an hour's well, I can do it worstrom in the car because my car comes with a pretty good built in sort of speaker thing, so I can definitely do when I'm on the go. Yeah, but I from I'm flex y'all free every probably afternoon after five. When again, back home, I'm most week I'd on free as well. So I finish five farm lasers some right. I'm getting on late shift pans now, so I might not be available to about like nine o'clock in the would you doing the week? WANT TO DO? Just buy yourself as well. Individual sometimes I might not be able to speak for next week. I yeah, because you've been put down. I'll put please. Can't we do a podcast with Lewis's mouth Beif one yes, for front dribbling. All they beside its computer. Stephen Howkins, a weird talks for you. You can use the English to English Google translate and press the little speak button. Yeah, and Louis could speak to that weird I am feeling fine. Sporting. Yeah, let's do some of your James Condon voices, which, yeah, just just a top the podcast off. Tell me which noons you could some of the good you. How about a Sigarette? Where are they my case? You show me. How about the cigarette from down there? Good Noise, JELLY BABIES? I think you can only get it when you've like, when you've watched it. So obviously do James Bonding that which James Bondy? Which one from from with Sean Connery? I love often much was I actually haven't seen that one. That's one of the only ones has from the boot, from the bottom. I think I've seen from the boat. Yeah, we said from the ball. I was. I'm just just a lottery. It's a film in HM. There's a new one coming out, isn't as well, April time. Yeah, can't we every good be headline of she's she's a sad who is really? I've been eilish way over. Name is just a fuck. Excuse my friend. She's up she's Shit, really is. That isn't that good? I don't who you do. Listen to our first day band. I've never seen anything like it, the ocean eyes. So she just wherever, the first one she ever did, and it looked just like it's most random video and people loose like sixty million views. I do not get it. I mean in hats off to though, for like you know. Yeah, yeah, absolutely, hundred and fifteen. She's just taken over the music and street eighteen, eighteen nine. To me that's not musicated. Well, no, it's just her going the unfortunate girls exactly, sit on a mic and tweaking it a little bit with auto tune, and people thinking, Oh my God, but the eyes is that? To the best of you. That's that's that's music this day is so right. It's not an annoysess so much. He did see that. All the old school bands like proper music, rolling, St Rolling Stones, Ram Stone, Yes, Rum Star, Ye, hold it's I can all them. That's music. That's like proper with...

...instruments every no Wato, but auto tune bolocks all that crap, and it's like wise me up the big Ilish, overrated, I think, to be honestly, I think when it comes down to anyone's music, I don't surely have, like I've learned not to sort of like British eyes anything anymore like that is in that's you're in the industry losing on you. So it's different people. Yeah, yeah, because, well, yeah, the background stuff on how it's works. I just see utter bollocks on TV. You Watch the bother, Britain would be as well. Also, Louis CAUPOLDIS. So who is here? Who is loose? Caupold's a funny fucksqution. What did he did? You get an award? Yeah, like doing some someone you'd love. Yeah, you got hundred and twenty eight billion views or something like that. Is it or million or something? Now it's gonna be a million. I've literally never seen him in my life. I think he's actually one of those on blest guys. Artist like he won't he rolled up and like a t shirt at then them kind of Jack here and just normal informal clothes, and he's kind of like take me as I am. He doesn't really care to know. I mean he yeah, he still lives in his said MOMS has in it in its bedroom. Even after making millions as well. And there's acts, girlfriends on love on. You said DS findings and thought, yeah, you know, you got to be yourself. I don't you and the heat. They're like Keanu Reeves. Keanu Reeves, you know, he kind of lives a normal life. It Toy. He took his take. The Oscars didn't he did. Is that? John Wick? Not? notither, play on with yeah, don't wait, fucking pad John. I killed him with the fucking pencil. Yeah, but he's an out. So I what great fools, great folms or John Wicks? Amazing. Yeah, the new Matrix is come. Yea, yes, it is. That's this year. This year is an IM looking forward. I don't know. Ama last on facebook. Jesus. Yeah, it's been confirmed. Yeah, it's thought his Dou yeah, we're just some sure, look stage. Don't know where I am. I bought on PS two did the day the Matrix Game Passion near are your you're begin to playstations from sess like vintage games. When I would school games, watching like some of these times. That and you got four clay six. Well, a new assassins creed game, I think. Yes, they viking setting for the Viking era. I can't out wait. When's that? Could you guys know? And this year? Think, yeah, we all fos in the future and b they be assassin's creed twenty six and fly freaking far cry fifteen and do. Just going complete off topic out of do you get feed? Quite Jesus, people comment on this. There's no comments section on this. This is LICHRO. Listen. Okay, this I mean. This is automatically uploaded. When I if I want to publish it to Google, podcast, apple, COB and a few of us on Youtube, then learn on put onny facebook. Well, it's if I say, if, if ever, any listeners have any opinions on Psfour Games, let me know to on again. New Game. All right, the last is part two's coming out soon, then. Are that bothered? May bothered? basketballs is ridiculous. That's that. That is that. That is a game I'd cannot stand. What is that? The game? You let me posted it actually reason, I've no, I've never seen a game like I'll let you pay for like five minutes now. It's one of those games in the world off assassin's creeds better than that may anyway. Anyway. That's...

...right, ransom, about game it's not this. That's all for another day. Starts War war six. But we club that podcast and different things that. You know, this is the kind of flexibility with a podcast like, you know, kind of going any direction, and it's good to talk about certain things, you know, I mean like it. It should have to just be one set topic compete. Now exactly what even if you could even do one podcast purely on free flow, no set topics, and just go run with it for an now and see what happens. M. Just so you can then it. Topics can just be anything and can just just don't. We could just have literally just have a general chat about everything and see what happens. M see if it works out. But then obviously those you can have specific topics like a brand, like a big topic, and then you have like three like side versus of it. If you're not, I mean yeah, well, so we buck well those just gonna say, for example, like social media can have letterally like three branched off like twitter, facebook, instagram, so something like that. You know. I mean so like a big overall topic we could talk about and s branch off of three things we could talk about in that topic. That makes sense. Just ideas. HMM. Yeah, of course. I just wanted an opinions fur out seventy six. Any goods? Anyone played that? It's it's a big an unfinished game. That's what they right. Okay, yeah, I is no good. I sold it. I sold it because it is rubbish. But now for that seventy six wasn't a very good game. It was rushed, didn't have the players in mind and they made it. So I'm just going to wait till the new for that comes out and the new xbox comes out. So you know, I see New Pierces R F out game for Vegas. Yeah, my favorite. I'll probably say for out for I did like for our free them stuff. That was the first one, but yeah, that was the the original for a lot of people. Yeah, it was the first one. I paid, I think. The only fall I I only started playing it for you church. Remember you talking about it and I don't another fucking clee. What is about? I didn't I didn't decide. One was raving about it. I'll get it stop like it was good. But then I just I just lost interest bomb a lot about the games. Now I just claim to the end, like when I first start, used to get loads of games, thinking, Oh my God, this is a sick play fight ten minutes. Now play again and that brings but it's up to a point. Do you know, as Dino's, bought games at Christmas time and they're still fucking sealed. They have touched them yet. Okay, it's so unless, sorry, say again, when it fell be able to play a gun. I mean I've still got the Jetty Jed. I don't order me for it. Do you know? Love Me, Borrick? So I'll tell you. No, I'll probably complete before you even think about playing it. As literally about to play it in a minute. No, you're not. You know, you office with assassin's creed origins. So that's your game at the minute. Now that it does look good after say thanks my common same to you. Looks well. Can you put them funking's Casino Free Game and you call all these games you bought from them still sell and you're playing my I am Brian something I don't yeah, yeah, and meatball thing. What will gather cook whatever that is? Yeah, I think the new todd all right. Have you got that? Just so, the new card? If you got that, go what's he called you? No, I think. Yeah, and I think. I think incasing, but it depends what you like. You know, East will win it. You know the COP Games, whatever. But yeah, that's good, guys. Then can you guys us want to talk about or should we? That's how close on the phone. Well, we can cut the card now, I would say. Then we can always leave them. We can always think about another conversation. We can bring the next time. So I can, because I really want to get ready. I can edit all the silent stuff. It might take a while, but I won't get it sorted you. No ways, no worries, man. Yeah, that's fine. where I think just I think we end it now and then obviously leaves has open for another conversation very short, very soon. Yeah, of course, and now. I appreciate all you guys been on the podcast close, my opinion, across a lot of very much welcome, right. Hope for definitely not for a another one. Yeah, yeah, yeah, well, that really yeah, I think...

...we'll. Each time we do it, I think we just change the topics completely, like completely off. can be completely different genre topics as well. Just try and keep things bit new and, yeah, dated, kind of thing. Impression, except. Yeah, yeah, yeah, it feels to more audiences and done it. So yeah, didn't to share your guys instagrams or night things on ors either. You can share my instagram if you want because I'm on that. No point share. I didn't know my name was on mine. Godly fries. Email turns to instagram. The one oak on the score, Liam nine all one word. I'll put all in the barn. Yeah, they can link through. They can link through with the Louis through mine as well. So, yeah, of course. So it's not. It's okay. Minishing my instagram folks is Lewis. So if you got to do something, seven in it. Yes, if you're not around, what you like, much great. Thank you very shop. Take a pick. Taken it on this week. I use get some sponsorships and then get free stuff. But it's only applies to the US. That's bullshit. You can get sponsors on this up, but it they don't allow to do it in the UK. Yeah, as I know, unless I go on Patrion, well, go you answer you in question. Yeah, you were. Then you have to ask. Yeah, I mean, but basically you have to put a reason why it's not just like I'll give me some money, tell games. Just want see you just a while. I get get Free Games without sport the team. So yeah, also to a listener out there, just want to promote something. I'll be people will be dropping out in a couple of weeks. I'll give you the exact day, in a week. I look forward to him from you and big up block to the support. Thank you. Thank you those, peace, peace out. See much time. Yes, yeah, it's fine. Absolute will organize out of the office podcast what they actual will be and keep keep it on the group show with GOP on. What's yeah, yeah, it's Rota. Yeah, I'll probably say, yeah, we thats good. Give it about a week or so. Yeah, Ya, it gives you Adam to do your other ones with the other people and then warden back in. Yeah, of course. Hopefully people be get the guys back on again as we can at all. Yeah, not the men. Yeah, cool, cool. It's always look dat you both, the three of us, Dona. Yes, it's playstation thing. I always say. You know, some much sounds. Yeah, it's always just things, but up to it's actually three people to yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, right, pleas you guys. Yeah, it's been good see me. Lovely job. Like Hey, man, how's it? Good he look.

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