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  • As I Lay Dying | mindyourmind.ca
    art is crucial for keeping our band productive and true to its intent Our individual relationships with each other vary from member to member however we all share a basic foundation of respect and care for one another as well as our individual circumstances past and present What does your recent tour name Decade of Destruction signify Well first of all it rhymes Haha There s no real significance other than representing our 10 years as a band while still sounding brutal and exciting to see When you are not in the process of touring writing what do you do for fun that is not musically related Golf I love the game Playing studying watching as well as talking about golf is one of my favourite pastimes I just can t get enough of it Other than that I hang out with friends and family I also enjoy working on my house from time to time Home projects are always a good time especially since I like working with my hands What sets you apart from other metal hardcore punk rock bands What is something your band takes pride in Not being wrapped up in the meaningless pursuit of social media glory is something we take pride in That seems rare these days with a lot of bands I get tired of bands that use social media to promote drama negative lifestyles and their own personal status and ego Granted social media is great for all bands to promote monetize their art and opinions on important issues but I despise anything beyond that During a tour have you guys ever wanted to stop discontinue a tour due to personal problems stress etc What made you push through it We ve all been at that point at least one time on the road but the love of music and live performance always keeps us going At least for me The song Beyond Our Suffering asks why won t we look beyond our despair It is a song about looking beyond ourselves and helping others Who do you think is a great example of a modern hero who you feel is selfless and remarkable Off the top of my head I can t think of anyone recognizable that has shown that characteristic not to say there isn t one though I think the real hero s are the people that do it everyday without being noticed which is good since the advertisement of selflessness is a contradiction in my opinion It is no secret you took your band name from the novel written by William Faulkner Have you read the novel or had an inclination to Sometimes I think it would be a good idea to read it one day but I m not in any rush Haha What does your writing process consist of Is there a special place or time you like to write Do you write individually or as a group I think we all enjoy writing in our

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  • The Midway State | mindyourmind.ca
    rock band from Toronto that hit the music scene with their first album Holes in 2008 Since then they ve been nominated for a Juno voted Best New Artist at the MuchMusic Video Awards by viewers and recorded a song with Lady Gaga Although the Peter Gabriel cover of Don t Give Up was never released lead vocalist Nathan Ferraro tells us it can still be found on youtube The band has also toured in North Amaerica and Europe with Jimmy Eat World Kate Nash Death Cab for Cutie Third Eye Blind and K OS to name a few Most recently they released a second full length album in July 2011 called Paris or India mindyourmind volunteer Taylor was more than thrilled to meet lead vocalist Nathan and guitarist Mike for an interview A huge fan of the band Taylor actually covered their song Atlantic in our 2011 International Youth Day Mash Up Challenge Nathan tells us what his own favorite song is to play or perform off of the Paris and India album and he leaves us to ponder one of his favorite Lord of the Ring quotes all that glitters is not gold check out the whole interview

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/midway-state (2015-12-28)
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  • Sam Roberts | mindyourmind.ca
    the Good People Gone the Sam Roberts band was one of a few bands invited to represent Canadian music and play for Prince William and Kate Middleton on Canada Day 2011 Depite their success though this band is very humble and down to earth Sam talks to us about how the band deals with stress having been together and touring for so long and also about how he personally deals

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  • Jenni Schaefer | mindyourmind.ca
    boyfriend knew that he could love and support me but he couldnâ t save me With his lead I told my parents about my struggles We found professional help With time my therapist guided me in opening up to other family members and friends Eventually the stigma and shame that I had originally felt about the illness subsided No one reacted in a negative way In fact the response was overwhelmingly positive People looked up to me for getting help And they went out of their way to support my recovery We often hear about how eating disorders tear families apart but we donâ t hear a lot about how recovery brings people together I am closer than ever to both my family and friends How did your family support you through your eating disorder and what do they still do as a way of checking up What do you think someone can do to help a friend that has an eating disorder Are there any dos or donâ ts The best way to support someone going through an eating disorder is to ask them â œHow can I best support you â Ask what feels supportive and what doesnâ t I had to teach my family and friends how to support me What worked for me didnâ t necessarily work for my other friends in recovery Iâ ve heard it said about eating disorders â œFrom the outside looking in you canâ t understand it From the inside looking out you canâ t explain it â Thatâ s the bad news The good news is that it doesnâ t matter You never have to understand what itâ s like to have an eating disorder What you do need to do is believe your loved one When they say â œI feel fat â believe their experience Provide hope support and lots of love There is some wonderful information on Center for Change about supporting loved ones What are some difficulties for friends and family that are supporting or trying to support someone dealing with an eating disorder Ed often tells the person struggling â œYou donâ t have an eating disorder â He might even say â œYou are healthier than most people They are just jealous â Family members and friends need to be prepared for this type of denial which is simply a characteristic of the illness It can be helpful to separate your loved one from the illness Recognize when â œEdâ is talking and fight against the eating disorder not your loved one Family members and friends also need to know that you canâ t tell how someone is doing just by looking When individuals struggling with eating disorders gain weight in recovery they often feel worse than ever before On the outside your loved one might look healthier but on the inside they could feel absolutely horrible This is when they need the most support It is not the time to quit therapy which

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/jenni-schaefer (2015-12-28)
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  • Orlando Bowen | mindyourmind.ca
    never end It is through these relationships and because of these relationships that connections are made so that as youth identify the challenges they face we seek the supports necessary that allow the youth to address them so that they may move along a continuum on their journeys of success So the supports may come in the form of bringing food to a young person who is hungry community youth through referrals to social service agencies that might help support them and their families to creating job opportunities for youth to serve in their areas of interest What inspired you to create the One Voice One team charity What do you hope to achieve Iâ ve had the tremendous opportunity to have mentors and role models in my life but there was still a significant amount of navigation on my part There was a great deal of learning through trial and error Learning through trial and error is great but not always the most efficient means of gaining the experience necessary to move forward One Voice One Team creates an opportunity for people who are passionate about what they do and have achieved high levels of proficiency to connect with youth that may share their interests These accomplished individuals share their journeys with young people so that young people understand three things First they understand that much is possible Secondly they understand that much is expected because we see greatness in them and are willing to support them in their efforts Finally youth begin to understand the effort focus discipline and perseverance it takes to be excellent Growing up did you have a lot of support from family or friends Did you ever feel like things were getting to be too much to handle Growing up I had support from certain family members and friends in different areas For example my dad was not interested in ANYTHING that I did athletically as he was all about me focusing on my academics I didnâ t realize why he was so passionate until later on in life when he shared how he feels when people look down on him because he dropped out of school in the 5 th grade after the death of his mom and the departure of his father There were times where I felt as though things were too much to handle It still feels that way some days The key is in the supports I surround myself with and the activities that I participate in that allow me to deal with stress effectively Does One Voice One team focus on any aspects of mental health and wellness Do you have a large support system for athletes who may be struggling with a mental health disorder At One Voice One Team when we talk about self respect we talk about Being selective of the friends one keeps Being selective about the activities that one undertakes Being aware of the things that cause stress and the healthy activities that

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/orlando-bowen (2015-12-28)
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  • Paul Gilmartin | mindyourmind.ca
    abnormal we assume we re a freak of nature And freaks of nature aren t common But we re not freaks of nature we re not broken we re not abnormal What we experience is incredibly common but it isn t discussed like other subjects for fear of being judged So we keep it to ourselves and that is toxic Mental Illness warps perception We should not rely solely on the thing that is warping perception to give us a full picture of reality We need other people Your podcast features a lot of comedians and creative types do you think a lot of society kind of ignores that celebrities go through things like this Do you find it helpful that people hear about their experiences in order to relate to them I do think there is a perception that if you re a celebrity your troubles are over with Though I don t consider myself to be a celebrity I have experienced enough fame and special treatment to realize troubles don t disappear they just morph into something else The thing to work on is how comfortable you are with yourself because everything emanates from there But being comfortable with yourself is one of the hardest places in life to get to Especially with mental illness And especially if there is shame and a lack of hope about it I think it s incredibly helpful for people to hear their stories being told by someone else To me there is nothing more comforting than thinking Oh my God I thought I was the only one who suffered with that You ask a lot of questions of the guests on your show that are pretty personal have you ever been worried about crossing that line or discussing something they may not want to Yes But I think to get to the stuff that makes the show different I have to take that chance I think I do a pretty good job of easing into it but there have been instances where I didn t and it backfired I m learning as I go Do you think we are entering a time where we are seeing a bigger emphasis on people s mental health I hope so The world is becoming more polarized We see it in politics It s us vs them That s so destructive And that is it s own brand of mental illness because we are all connected Everything we do affects other people so until we re conscious of that we will continue to act with the belief that we are separate and in competition with each other when in reality we are connected and the answer is to deepen that connection Especially with people we don t understand But the first step is being vulnerable so the other person feels safe Until we learn as a people to be vulnerable the cycle of hatred will never change I hope my show is an example of

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/paul-gilmartin (2015-12-28)
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  • Peripheral Vision | mindyourmind.ca
    than I went looking for it I was playing double bass in school and my parents were very supportive and got me private lessons My teacher was bored with teaching me the school music and started with the basics of jazz Around the same time I went to see a modern jazz band play at a high school and their bassist Chris Nelson from Vancouver was really inspiring at the workshop afterwards and I was hooked How have your past experiences throughout life influenced the music that you write Creatively I think of myself as a synthesizer or a scavenger I collect little ideas and write music that is inspired by it I ve been lucky to have performed in a wide variety of styles and settings and I like to draw on these influences for my jazz writing reggae rock books I ve read paintings i ve seen lines from songs It s hard to make a one to one relationship between a concrete influence and an instrumental jazz song which is abstract but I try to use my song titles will help bridge that gap What advice would you give to teens currently going through self esteem issues It seems to me that high school is a time where people get trapped looking for conformity so everyone is desperately trying to be the same But no one is the same Which means that the stress of trying to conform is both false and impossible you can never be the same So instead of worrying about being the same worry about being yourself to me that s what makes people interesting and after high school really being uniquely yourself gets you opportunities to do exciting things Easier said than done of course People with depression and other mental illnesses sometimes may find it hard to get help because of the stigma related to mental illness As a society how do you think we can help eliminate stigma I think acceptance of people s differences is very important in all aspects of our society and I think we as a society need to be more accepting of people with mental illness Seeing mental illness as illness just the same as physical illness something that can be treated not something that defines someone And talking about its prevalence It seems to me that mental health issues are wide spread and generally not talked about I think if we were more aware of how many people have gotten treatment for mental illness more people would feel comfortable seeking treatment themselves You don t think twice about going to the doctor for a sore throat and I think mental illness should be the same Have you been affected by mental illness either directly or indirectly through someone you know What helped you to deal with it and not lose hope I get depressed and anxious and somewhat OCD At various points of my life it s made doing regular things very hard Luckily

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  • David Norsworthy | mindyourmind.ca
    first teacher because his passion for dancing gave him never ending energy and care that I still admire to this day Danny Davalos a hip hop teacher because he taught me how to be groovy and how to use a plié even though he didn t call it that Gywn Mackenzie and Miranda Rix Hayes my peers because they were my role models as I discovered the world of modern dance which incorporated subtly and fierce physicality into one dynamic phenomenon Jill Johnson a choreographer and teacher because she taught me how to understand creative impulses through dance improvisation Ernesta Corvino the most brilliant ballet teacher in the world because she taught me that ballet is a simple matter of science anatomy and physics and that I could use ballet as a tool to help me gain mobility and stability that could be used in all kinds of dance I could go on and on sometimes I feel like I am a collage of influences A little bit of this person here and little bit of that person there Your movement and choreography seems both unusual and natural at the same time Would you agree or disagree and why or why not To follow the same line of logic if I am a fusion of the people that have influenced me I am no more than an accumulation of my own experiences In that case I suppose that my movement is and should be different that someone else s movement because we all have a different set of experiences Would I agree I m not sure Unusual and natural are both states of mind Something that is unusual or strange is made natural by further exploration How you see it depends on how closely you have examined the thing in question What dance project adventure or job are you most proud of Volunteer teaching movement classes in Tanzania with the student initiated Arusha Arts Initiative at the Umoja Youth Empowerment Center a school for youth who have had to drop out of government run schools because of poverty After two weeks of classes in dance drama and music our students had their first experience performing on stage Offering these students an opportunity to stand up in front of an audience and showcase their new skills that they had learned in such a short amount of time gave them confidence and teamwork skills that they need to finish their education and create change in their community For me it proved the value of arts education especially the value of dance education because the art form can transcend language barriers with ease What inspires your choreography Movement patterns and tasks found in everyday life Physical limitations and pushing beyond them Unavoidable necessities in movement my arm twists and eventually must un twist I jump and eventually must land I plie and eventually must straighten my legs movement puzzles that solve themselves Other people s choreography Can you tell us about your process

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/david-norsworthy (2015-12-28)
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