#010 – Coping with Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coronavirus has impacted everyone — from being laid off at work; to practicing social distancing and quarantining yourself, to being sick or worrying about someone that is.

In this episode, we’ll discuss how COVID-19 has impacted our lives, the lives of our friends, along with some interesting and helpful facts about Coronavirus.

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#009 – Controversial Pregnancy Topics with Nicole Meisburg

I recently found out that I’m going to be a father! So naturally, my mind began to contemplate all the things you have to consider when getting ready to be a parent. And the more I researched, the more I realized how controversial some choices can be. That’s why I decided this would be an interesting topic for the Jon Top of It show.

My guest today is my wonderful wife Nicole Meisburg, who has graciously allowed me to interview her…again! In this episode, we’ll deep dive into some common controversial pregnancy topics such as:

• Homebirth vs hospital birth
• Traditional vs nontraditional baby names
• Circumcision
• Maternity leave length
• Work vs stay-at-home mom
• Breastfeeding vs formula
• Gender-neutral parenting
• Religion and your baby
• Parenting styles

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Sources:
Infant deaths during home birth often tied to delivery problems

Your baby’s unique name might ruin its life

Over 100 infants die of circumcision in the US every year.

Family and Medical Leave Act

The Child Development Case for a National Paid Family and Medical Leave Program

The benefits of paid leave for children are real, majority of research says

The World Health Organization on Breastfeeding

Scans Show Early Brain Growth in Breastfed Babies

New research on whether breastfeeding increases or lowers risk of postpartum depression

What’s Missing From the Conversation About Transgender Kids

Does religion make people moral?

Study: Religion is Good for Kids

Raising Kids With Religion Or Spirituality May Protect Their Mental Health: Study

Should you raise your kids religious? Here’s what the science says

Creating God

Religion Makes Children More Selfish, Say Scientists

Sociologists study the impact religion has on child development

4 Types of Parenting Styles and Their Effects on Kids


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Free Birth Society

How maternity leave works in Canada


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#008 – Relationship Questions to Spark Great Conversations with Nicole Meisburg

Did you know that there are specific relationship questions that can help you quickly spark a great conversation with your partner?

 Wanna know more? I’m on top of it…

Welcome to a special edition of the Jon Top of it show! While the show has recorded several audio episodes in the past, this is the first episode recorded in video!


My guest today is my wonderful wife Nicole Meisburg, who has graciously allowed me to interview her. In today’s episode, we discuss some interesting relationship questions that help to quickly spark great conversations.

Note: if you found these questions interesting and would be interested in using them to spark up a conversation with your partner as well, here’s the link! http://bit.ly/2lZdRez

Enjoy!

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#007: Psychedelic Crisis Counseling at Burning Man with Seth Pearson

Did you know that there are actually counselors out there that help people that are tripping on psychedelics through a potential psychedelic crisis?

 Wanna know more? I’m on top of it…

Welcome to episode number seven where we’re going be talking about psychedelic crisis counseling.

But first, you may or may not have heard of Burning Man, a temporary metropolis in the Nevada desert that’s dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. But what’s it really like? Are the people there all on drugs? And if so, how does Burning Man ensure their guests stay safe? Well in this episode, you’ll learn about a harm reduction organization that partners with Burning Man called The Zendo Project.

Second, have you ever wondered about people that have taken psychedelics like mushrooms or LSD? What happens if someone is having a hard time with the experience and perceives it to be a psychedelic crisis… do they just have to ride it out? Or is there anything someone can do to help them?  Well in this episode, you’ll learn about the four pillars of psychedelic crisis counseling and how anyone can use these pillars to talk someone through a difficult psychedelic experience.

My guest today is Seth Pearson (@SethPearson), who is a psychedelic crisis counselor for the Zendo Project. He has experience working several years at one of the wildest places on earth: Burning Man. Now, not only does he act as a psychedelic crisis counselor, but he’s also a self-love counselor and teaches people how they can practice self-love in their daily lives. As a bonus, in this episode, you’ll learn some tips to practice self-love in your daily lives so you can be your best self.

Enjoy!

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JUMP TO A SECTION:

What is a psychedelic?[skipto time=”2:18″]
What is a psychedelic crisis?[skipto time=”4:18″]
What is Burning Man? 1/2[skipto time=”6:28″]
How Shambhala music festival practices harm reduction.[skipto time=”9:39″]
What is Burning Man? 2/2[skipto time=”11:29″]
Burning Man: The burning of the man.[skipto time=”15:23″]
What is the Zendo Project?[skipto time=”18:48″]
Seth’s first experience with the Zendo Project.[skipto time=”19:14″]
How Seth’s perceived psychedelic crisis got him through his fear of death.[skipto time=”26:11″]
The Zendo Project mission, vision, and accomplishments.[skipto time=”29:11″]
What is it like being a psychedelic crisis counselor?[skipto time=”32:18″]
What is the “set” in set and setting?[skipto time=”35:05″]
What are the four pillars of psychedelic harm reduction?[skipto time=”35:33″]
How psychedelics can help someone process trauma.[skipto time=”37:29″]
What is the “setting” in set & setting?[skipto time=”39:46″]
Dealing with fearing how psychedelics could change you.[skipto time=”56:20″]
What’s most difficult about being a psychedelic crisis counselor?[skipto time=”1:02:52″]
What the most rewarding part about being a psychedelic crisis counselor?[skipto time=”1:05:57″]
How Seth became a self-love counselor.[skipto time=”1:08:05″]
Defining self-love.[skipto time=”1:11:27″]
How to practice self-love when you don’t feel like it.[skipto time=”1:13:29″]
Tips to start practicing self-love.[skipto time=”1:18:28″]


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#006: The life of a transgender porn star with Jordyn Starstruck

Ever wonder what it’s like being transgender? What about being a transgender porn star that manages a five-story dungeon? Wanna know more? I’m on top of it.

Welcome to episode number 6 where we’re going to be talking what it’s like, not only being transgender, but a transgender porn star.

My guest today is Jordyn Starstruck (@PrincessJordynS) who is a transgender porn star. Not only is she is an erotic actress with over 28 thousand followers on Twitter, but she considers herself to be a professional dominatrix and even manages a five-story dungeon.

In this episode, we’ll talk about what it’s like realizing you’re transgender, what “coming out” can be like, and things in general that people should know about being transgender.

Next, we’ll talk about what it’s like working in the adult entertainment industry as a  transgender woman, as well as some common misconceptions.

And finally, we’ll discuss some interesting transgender-related questions from our Jon Top of It audience on social media.

Enjoy!

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When I realized I was transgender.[skipto time=”1:21″]
What “coming out” was like.[skipto time=”2:13″]
Things I wish people knew about being Transgender.[skipto time=”3:32″]
Working in the adult entertainment industry.[skipto time=”6:16″]
How I got into the adult entertainment industry.[skipto time=”7:18″]
What’s it like working in the adult entertainment industry.[skipto time=”8:45″]
Managing a dungeon.[skipto time=”9:19″]
My favorite part about working in the adult entertainment industry.[skipto time=”11:03″]
Common misconceptions about being a Transgender pornstar.[skipto time=”12:54″]
Does the adult entertainment industry treat Transgender people the same as Cisgender?[skipto time=”14:30″]
Q&A: What is your relationship with drag?[skipto time=”15:46″]
Do you think being a Transgender pornstar helps or impedes the LBGT movement?[skipto time=”17:38″]
Q&A: What do you think of Rocky Horror Picture Show?[skipto time=”19:36″]
Final word[skipto time=”19:58″]


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#005: Get high…quality cannabis experiences with Izaak Fukuyama

Did you know, with a few simple tips and tricks, you too can get high…quality cannabis experiences? Wanna know more? I’m on top of it.

Welcome to episode number five, where we’re going to be talking all about cannabis, what it can do for you, and provide some tips and tricks in order to take out a lot of the guesswork on your part so you can make better, more informed choices as a cannabis consumer.

First, there’s so many options when it comes to selecting and using cannabis. How do you know what’s right for you? Well in this episode, we’ll discuss some of the best ways to get started.

Next, if you’re suffering from any health issues, it may be because your body systems are out of balance. Well in this episode, we’ll learn how cannabis has the ability to bring balance to your body systems, which could potentially cure your health issues.

Also, you may have heard people consuming something known as CBD by itself to treat pain and anxiety. But in fact, consuming CBD without THC is actually much less effective than consuming them together (something known as the Entourage Effect). In this episode, we’ll explore this further and discuss what ratio of CBD to THC could be right for you.

My guest today is Izaak Fukuyama, who works in the Washington State cannabis industry since it became legal and has a lot of experience. In this episode, he’ll share his experience, explain why you should support ethically-grown farms, and offer tips and tricks for all things cannabis.

Enjoy!

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Izaak’s journey into cannabis[skipto time=”2:12″]
Introducing your endocannabinoid system[skipto time=”10:28″]
Your endocannabinoid system might be out of balance[skipto time=”13:03″]
Symptoms of a malfunctioning endocannabinoid system[skipto time=”13:59″]
Supplementing a endocannabinoid deficincy[skipto time=”15:56″]
Cannabis: a great way to supplement endocannabinoids[skipto time=”18:54″]
How THC gets you high [skipto time=”20:52″]
How Izaak describes being high.[skipto time=”22:58″]
How “runners high” is similar to THC[skipto time=”25:14″]
The entourage effect (why you need THC & CBD)[skipto time=”29:17″]
Why you should ask your cannabis store for test results[skipto time=”34:26″]
What CBD/THC ratio is right for me?[skipto time=”40:36″]
Best way to get someone hesitant started with CBD[skipto time=”41:39″]
Beyond getting high: the medicial benefits of THC PT1[skipto time=”47:10″]
How prohibition affected THC in cannabis.[skipto time=”48:18″]
Beyond getting high: the medicial benefits of THC PT2[skipto time=”51:04″]
Treating wounds with THC extract [skipto time=”51:39″]
How THC can “potentially” help with cancer[skipto time=”53:34″]
How THC can help with nausea and appetite[skipto time=”57:37″]
How THC can treat sleep disorders[skipto time=”1:00:02″]
How CBD can help with anxiety[skipto time=”1:01:06″]
How CBD can help PTSD[skipto time=”1:03:54″]
How do terpenes in cannabis affect us?[skipto time=”1:08:13″]
How the terpene “mercene” causes couch lock.[skipto time=”1:11:04″]
Known therapeutic benefits of the terpene “mercene”[skipto time=”1:11:32″]
How the terpene “pineine” can help with memory[skipto time=”1:12:36″]
Known therapeutic benefits of the terpene “pineine”[skipto time=”1:13:26″]
How do I know what strain of cannabis is right for me?[skipto time=”1:14:01″]
Why Indica and Sativa are not useful terms[skipto time=”1:17;32″]
How the website Leafly can help you[skipto time=”1:20:41″]
Cannabis side effects and how to avoid some of them[skipto time=”1:21:28″]
The number of people that overdosed on cannabis: zero[skipto time=”1:22:43″]
Safety concern #1: Brain is developing until age 26[skipto time=”1:23:39″]
Safety concern #2: Chronic use[skipto time=”1:25:57″]
Safety concern #3: memory issues from chronic use[skipto time=”1:26:59″]
Safety Concern #4: Smoking[skipto time=”1:28:23″]
Options on consuming cannabis[skipto time=”1:30:40″]
Heat points important for different strains of cannabis[skipto time=”1:32:17″]
What is dabbing cannabis?[skipto time=”1:33:49″]
What is vaping cannabis?[skipto time=”1:34:23″]
Benefits of cannabis flower vs. extract[skipto time=”1:36:16″]
Get the most bang for your buck with cannabis products[skipto time=”1:37:23″]
Seattle Store: Dockside Cannabis[skipto time=”1:39:18″]
Different ways of consuming can affect you differently[skipto time=”1:40:53″]
That one time I accidently got high for three days[skipto time=”1:43:41″]
How edibles affects people differently[skipto time=”1:44:40″]
Tip #1: Start low and go slow[skipto time=”1:47:34″]
Tip #2: Avoid germs[skipto time=”1:48:19″]
Tip #3: What to do if you’ve gotten too high[skipto time=”1:49:40″]
Tip #4: Don’t inhale more than five seconds[skipto time=”1:50:53″]
Tip #5: Don’t use grinders[skipto time=”1:51:26″]
WA citizens can’t legally home grow…yet.[skipto time=”1:54:58″]
Why cannabis regulation is important[skipto time=”1:57:06″]
The WA cannabis industry: what they did right[skipto time=”1:58:50″]
WA Cannabis Industry Opportunity:[skipto time=”2:02:09″]
What is the Sun Cup?[skipto time=”2:06:33″]
Why you should prefer sun-grown cannabis[skipto time=”2:09:30″]
How you can make a difference in cannabis legalization[skipto time=”2:13:25″]
Why supporting cannabis grown indoor is unsustainable[skipto time=”2:15:50″]
WA Cannabis Industry Opportunity: regulating pricing[skipto time=”2:17:08″]
Why you shouldn’t select cannabis based on its name[skipto time=”2:20:52″]
Q&A: How do I keep track of Sativa & Indica’s effects?[skipto time=”2:21:52″]
Q&A: Which cannabis oil processing method is best for maintaining the entourage effect?[skipto time=”2:24:07″]
Q&A: What’s being done about white privledge in the cannabis industry?[skipto time=”2:25:23″]
Q&A: How has corporate cannabis businesses in WA affected small cannabis businesses?[skipto time=”2:28:00″]
Q&A: Should more attention be put on the negative effects of cannabis?[skipto time=”2:31:35″]
Q&A: Cannabis stocks, cryptocurrency, and upcoming regulation?[skipto time=”2:35:54″]
Q&A: How is medical and recreational cannabis different?[skipto time=”2:37:27″]
The final word[skipto time=”2:39:23″]

HELPFUL LINKS

INTERESTING LINKS

WASHINGTON STATE LINKS

IZAAK’S RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS:

Flower

Raw CO2 Oil

Enhanced Joints (Flower + Concentrates)

  • Trifecta Joints from Puffin Farm (Very heavy hitting. Typically in Hindu Kush. Meant to be shared with a group.)

Edibles

Hardware


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#004: Speed up your Computer and Internet with Matt Tochterman

Did you know that there are some quick and easy things you can do to make your Internet faster and your computer perform better? Wanna know more? I’m on top of it.

Welcome to episode number 4 where we’re going to be talking all about networking, the Internet, and the computers we use with them.

First, whether you use a desktop, a laptop, a tablet, or just your smartphone, they’re all the same thing at their core – computers. And if you’re like me, I’m sure you’ve experience your computer running slower than usual at some point. Well in this episode, we’ll learn how to keep your computer performing at its best.

Second, whether you live in an apartment or a huge house, you probably have a router wirelessly sending Internet to your computer to use. But have you ever noticed that the connection is weaker in some areas than others? Well in this episode, we’ll learn how you can use a mesh network to make your Internet faster.

And finally, if you work in a company where you connect to their internet, I’m sure you’ve wondered before – is someone spying on what I’m doing online? And if they are, what do they care about? Well in this episode, we’ll learn the truth…and a whole lot more.

My guest today is Matt Tochterman, who is a Network Specialist at the University of Washington. He has a ton of experience working not only in network support but in computer support as well. He also has a ton of experience practicing patience. We’ll learn why by hearing some of his best/worst/and funniest stories supporting employees.

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SHOW NOTES

  • What is a network specialist? [skipto time=”3:10″]
  • How did you get into working as a network specialist? [skipto time=”4:13″]
  • Are network specialists spying on employees? [skipto time=”5:38″]
  • What happens when an employee accesses NSFW content? [skipto time=”10:16″]
  • What % of employees see network specialists as “big brother”? [skipto time=”13:41″]
  • How do you prioritize bandwidth? [skipto time=”17:05″]
  • What can you do with a gigabit Internet connection? [skipto time=”20:38″]
  • What smart devices do you have on your network? [skipto time=”22:37″]
  • What is a mesh network? [skipto time=”27:41″]
  • Mesh network: case study [skipto time=”32:10″]
  • Does being a network specialist make you better at networking with people? [skipto time=”37:23″]
  • Common IT support categories [skipto time=”40:46″]
  • Dealing with frustration from supporting employees [skipto time=”43:07″]
  • Zen and the art of IT support [skipto time=”44:43″]
  • Learning to be patient people that need tech support. [skipto time=”47:34″]
  • Friends that only act like friends when they want tech support [skipto time=”51:25″]
  • That one time a computer I was trying to fix caught on fire [skipto time=”52:43″]
  • Have you tried turning it off and on again? [skipto time=”54:01″]
  • What is RAM? [skipto time=”55:50″]
  • Humor (Pebkac & Layer 8 Issues) [skipto time=”57:09″]
  • Do you solve employee’s issues for them or show them how to solve on their own? [skipto time=”58:23″]
  • Awkward moments remotely connecting to other people’s computer [skipto time=”59:21″]
  • Remote desktop and practical jokes [skipto time=”59:56″]
  • What was your worst experience supporting an employee? [skipto time=”1:01:45″]
  • What was your funniest experience supporting an employee? [skipto time=”1:03:54″]
  • Frustrating employee support experiences [skipto time=”1:05:07″]
  • What solution have you come up with to support a customer that would make MacGyver proud? [skipto time=”1:09:38″]
  • How to effectively manage your electronics cables [skipto time=”1:12:06″]
  • What can someone do to make their computer perform better? [skipto time=”1:15:05″]
  • What can someone do to make their phone perform better? [skipto time=”1:17:10″]
  • What is malware? [skipto time=”1:18:51″]
  • Why you should read before clicking Next when installing software [skipto time=”1:19:41″]
  • Increasing PC performance with MSCONFIG. [skipto time=”1:23:07″]
  • How to quickly install multiple PC programs at once. [skipto time=”1:25:57″]
  • How do VPNs work and what does my ISP know about my Internet activity? [skipto time=”1:27:08″]
  • What VPN provider would you recommend? [skipto time=”1:30:18″]
  • Why do I have to plug a USB cable in six times before it goes into its port? [skipto time=”1:30:47″]
  • How do you handle project management and learning new skills? [skipto time=”1:31:38″]
  • Final tips & tricks recommendations from Matt [skipto time=”1:36:55″]



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What tips and tricks can you share to help your Internet and computer perform better?

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#003 How to Embrace Change with Nathan Ashby

Self-Starter. Performer. Experimenter. Originally hailing from London, England, Nathan Ashby has leveraged his passion for travel and hard work to acquire a multitude of world experiences to push himself forward in life through embracing change and the fear that naturally comes with it. Over the course of his life so far, he’s traveled the world, eventually relocating to the United States, started over with forming relationships, and has worked in many different industries, finding his place in life.

In this episode, you’ll hear his story on how he learned to embrace the many changes in his life. You’ll also learn some tactics on how to become more resilient so you can bounce back from changes in your life, stronger than ever before.

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  • Moving to America and starting over [skipto time=”1:19″]
  • Adapting to Hawaiian culture [skipto time=”6:07″]
  • Lessons learned from moving to a new country [skipto time=”8:45″]
  • Trying different jobs [skipto time=”14:1″]
  • Embracing change [skipto time=”20:57″]
  • Why feeling fear is good [skipto time=”22:02″]
  • Transitioning into the corporate world [skipto time=”30:00″]
  • Transferrable skills [skipto time=”33:18″]
  • Reasons people fear change 1/2 [skipto time=”36:56″]
  • Major life changes [skipto time=”39:28″]
  • Avoiding the hedonic treadmill [skipto time=”42:59″]
  • Reasons people fear change 2/2 [skipto time=”46:46″]
  • Transferrable Skills 2/2 [skipto time=”49:09″]
  • What does adapting to change mean to Jon Meisburg? [skipto time=”53:12″]
  • Going through multiple changes at once [skipto time=”54:50″]
  • Formative years and adapting to change [skipto time=”58:29″]
  • What makes a relationship last [skipto time=”1:01:58″]
  • How the universe can force you to change [skipto time=”1:04:47″]
  • How to be more resilient [skipto time=”1:08:41″]
  • Can negative emotion be used in a positive way? [skipto time=”1:10:10″]
  • Is forgiveness necessary to move on? [skipto time=”1:21:51″]
  • The Hedonic Treadmill [skipto time=”1:24:29″]
  • Final Words [skipto time=”1:27:30″]


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How have you been able to embrace change and become more resilient?

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#002 Making A Difference In Today’s Political Environment with Nathan McKay

Ambitious. Passionate. Dedicated. Nathan McKay (@Nathan_D_McKay) was the former Vice Chair of Field Operations and Data for the Duval County Democrats and is currently a board member on North East Florida progressives, and President of Jacksonville Young Democrats. In 2018, he campained for Florida candidate for governor Andrew Gillum. He loves advocating for his fellow American and is willing to roll up his sleeves and do whatever it takes to help a political cause he believes in.

In this episode, we talk about how to make a difference in today’s political environment, why voting really matters, and how to have more productive political discussions on social media.

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  • Campaigning for Governor of Florida: Andrew Gillum [skipto time=”1:30″]
  • Meeting Joe Biden [skipto time=”10:11″]
  • Nathan’s motivation to get involved in campaigning [skipto time=”11:25″]
  • How could a listener get involved? [skipto time=”14:34″]
  • Local Government Intervention Example: Lime Bike [skipto time=”16:15″]
  • Why do you think Trump won? [skipto time=”29:09″]
  • Will Trump win in 2020? [skipto time=”38:37″]
  • Why we need rank choice voting. [skipto time=”44:28 “]
  • What will be the big issues in 2020? [skipto time=”49:00″]
  • Why should people vote? [skipto time=”1:01:12″]
  • Fake News [skipto time=”1:05:25″]
  • Hacking Voting Machines [skipto time=”1:06:55″]
  • Regaining trust in our elections. [skipto time=”1:10:30″]
  • How can you detect fake news? [skipto time=”1:13:47″]
  • How to have productive political conversations on social media. [skipto time=”1:17:26″]
  • Q&A from the audience [skipto time=”1:22:47″]

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How have you been able to make a difference in today’s political environment?

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#001 How Vision Therapy Can Change Your Life with Nicole Rand

Personable, creative and fun-loving. Nicole Rand (@NicoleKRand) is a vision therapist that’s passionate about connecting with her patients at their level to create a comfortable atmosphere to learn and grow through activities. She loves to encourage her patients through every step or struggle and incorporate that patients interests into therapy, making it enjoyable, novel and fun. In her free time, she loves to drink coffee, watch movies, play board games, cheer for the Seattle Sounders and Seahawks, and hang out with friends and family.

In this episode, Nicole shares what vision therapy is, who can benefit from it, common signs & symptoms you may need it, and some powerful success stories.

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SHOW NOTES

  • What is Vision Therapy? [skipto time=”1:22″]
  • Who benefits from Vision Therapy? [skipto time=”5:05″]
  • Vision Issues Signs & Symptoms [skipto time=”12:59″]
  • Common Vision Therapy Services [skipto time=”18:03″]
  • Vision Therapy Success Stories [skipto time=”21:12″]
  • What is a Brock String? [skipto time=”27:32″]
  • Eye Exercises [skipto time=”32:29″]
  • Questions from the audience [skipto time=”35:47″]

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QUESTION FOR YOU

If any listeners have experienced vision therapy, I’d love to hear from you…

How has vision therapy helped you?

Let me know in the comments.

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