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LIFE GETS LIFE-Y | KRISTINA GREEN

Topics of discussion

  • General Veganism

  • Shaving your head as a femme

  • Falling out of codependency


Activist, Friend, bald…..Why am I mentioning that she’s bald? Well as always you’ll see once you finish listening to the episode, but without giving up too much Kristina does a beautiful job of highlighting the title of this episode: Life gets life-y. From shaving her head to veganism to falling out of codependency the ultimate theme that I hope you gain from listening to this episode is that it is never to late to learn something new about yourself. Evolution of self is continuous.



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**FACT CHECK**

  • The One With A Chick And A Duck: is the 21st episode of the 3rd season of FRIENDS. Joey purchases a chick and duck from an animal sanctuary as a gift for his roommate Chandler and they continue to be integral characters throughout the series as comedic relief.

  • Al-Anon, or Alcoholics Anonymous, is a mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking

  • Comedian Whitney Cummings has been open about her love addiction in her autobiography entitled “I’m Fine: And Other Lies”.

  • People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world educating policymakers and the public about animal abuse and promotes kind treatment of animals.

  • Not all domesticated animals can thrive on a vegan diet. Kristina mentioned her cat as 1 of them.

  • Here is a list of toothpaste companies that are cruelty-free. Individuals should avoid fluoride should they make the decision to become vegan.

  • In Judaism, the Torah explains that animals not sacrificed must be slaughtered the same way. Click here to read the important requirements. Animals slaughtered using this practice are referred to as kosher. Kosher is any food or beverage that Jewish dietary laws allow a person to eat. It isn’t a style of cooking.

  • Body Dysmorphic Disorder: is a mental health disorder in which you can't stop thinking about one or more perceived defects or flaws in your appearance — a flaw that appears minor or can't be seen by others.

  • Cruelty-free bunny, or the leaping bunny, is the globally-recognizable gold standard for cosmetics, personal care and household products.It is the only international logo that requires a supplier monitoring system to be implemented by the company.

  • The Clorox Company’s official states, “Clorox does not conduct or ask third parties to conduct on its behalf any animal testing on products or ingredients within the Clorox product portfolio unless that testing is required by law and there is no available alternative. When the law requires such tests, Clorox selects highly qualified contract research facilities that comply with all applicable animal welfare standards. When legal requirements allow alternative methods, including the use of in vitro testing, Clorox will use alternative methods.”

  • Does everything get tested on animals?Although more than 1,100 companies have banned all animal tests forever, some corporations still force substances into animals’ stomachs and drip chemicals into rabbits’ eyes. These tests are not required by law, and they often produce inaccurate or misleading results—even if a product has blinded an animal, it can still be marketed to you.”

  • Some foods are richer in protein than others. Complete proteins can be created combining incomplete proteins. An example of a complete protein is rice and beans.

  • What is a rape rack? → 56:00-57:00

  • Femme is a term representing an individual who exhibits a feminine identity.

Samson is a Biblical figure who appears in the Book of Judges (Judges 13-16).”Samson possessed extraordinary physical strength, and the moral of his saga relates the disastrous loss of his power to his violation of the Nazirite vow, to which he was bound by his mother’s promise to the angel. He first broke his religious obligation by feasting with a woman from the neighbouring town of Timnah, who was also a Philistine, one of Israel’s mortal enemies. Other remarkable deeds follow. For example, he decimated the Philistines in a private war. On another occasion he repulsed their assault on him at Gaza, where he had gone to visit a harlot. He finally fell victim to his foes through love of Delilah, who beguiled him into revealing the secret of his strength: his long Nazirite hair. As he slept, Delilah had his hair cut and betrayed him. He was captured, blinded, and enslaved by the Philistines, but in the end God granted Samson his revenge; through the return of his old strength, he demolished the great Philistine temple of the god Dagon, at Gaza, destroying his captors and himself.”

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