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Hi, welcome to It’s like this podcast, your common sense mental and spiritual talk show. My name is Dr. Uejin Kim, a dual board certified psychiatrist from Texas. In this podcast, I explain mental and spiritual concepts with fun analogies, real stories, and positive message so that you can, not just survive, but thrive. My goal for you is to gain understanding, acceptance and healing so that you can know your worth and live the life you were meant to live. 
**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.** 
Dr. Kim's private practice: www.restorepsych.com
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“God as your Parent” Lay Care Ministry TrainingCommunity Bible Church, San Antonio, TXApril 25, 2024 It is always a privilege to share what is on my mind and heart. This is the follow-up talk to my last one, God and Your Parents: Why Your Childhood Matters.” This time, I analyze how God models perfect parenting while he guides Moses to face his core beliefs. I also describe Exposure therapy, a therapy model used for phobias and fears, that God used to parent Moses. I hope to personalize God’s approach and attention to us. #mentalhealth #spirituality #Christianity #God #life #support #love #hope #encouragement #healing #parenting #faith If you prefer video format: https://youtube.com/@restorepsychiatry4396?feature=sharedIf you need a listener’s guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1G9aHjcCcQ_4mamYCngnM9cVtS7yXSeSo/edit?usp=drive_link&ouid=110734793517549638876&rtpof=true&sd=trueFollow-up exercise: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LmpfPkmCXmh0E7iACGdqfa2W4iCCjeme/view?usp=drive_linkFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
Sometimes what society requires of us is... too much. Be more and do more mantras are taxing to our mind, body, and soul. The result is a cluttered, depersonalized, and chaotic mess. Enter "Marie Kondo." She revolutionized the concept of home organization. What if we apply that to our personal life and our mind life? Instead of "what sparks joy," can I ask you: What grounds you? What brings you to the present? What gives you purpose and strength? Only you can live your life... the way that you were meant to live. The world needs you to be you. Love,  Dr. Kim#healing #journey #mentalhealth #organization #byebyechaosFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
Whether you acknowledge it or not, you are carrying mental health inheritance and debt from previous generations—habits, preferences, coping skills (or lack thereof). I have wise and insightful patients who say "My parents did that because of their upbringing. But I want to deal with mine so I don't pass it to my kids." Wow. Dealing with your mental health debt takes sacrifice, effort, and uncomfortable periods... just like paying off financial debt does. But, boy, isn't freedom worth it? I hope this episode brings insights, perspective, and courage to deal with our mental health debt. #mentalhealth #wisdom #nextgeneration #legacy #protectourchildrenFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
My first meeting with a financial advisor was an earthquake. I was stunned and discouraged at the consequences of my past/current choices. However, the numerical and clear goal provided comforting guidance for my future choices. Now, I view myself as a mental health "retirement" advisor. I can look at your past and current habits and see if it is giving you the best "return on investment" for you. This "end goal" perspective of your life can guide you in your mental health journey.  With this perspective, what would you change in your current habits or choices? #mentalhealth #wisdom #perspective #advice #journey #lifeFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
I am starting an easy-peasy short episode series called Mental Health Hacks! I use these insights or tips and suggest them to my patients.  I hope you find them helpful! Dump list is a great hack for people (like me) who can't keep the to-do list straight... and the brain reminds me ALL the time,  EVERY time... especially when I lay down to sleep. When my body is not busy, my brain gets busy. Our brain reminds us so we don't forget but we can forget more things because our brain is not present/doing things/processing things. Dump list is a great way to increase accountability and mental efficiency.#mentalhealth #brain #rest #freedom #healingFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
“God and Your Parents: Why Your Childhood Matters” Ask the Doc Event, January 9, 2024Community Bible Church, San Antonio, TX It was an honor to speak again at the CBC Ask the Doc event. In this talk, I relate mental health concepts under Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Attachment theory with our life timeline. I also utilize the concepts to understand Moses, a biblical character, and study how God, as a parent figure, responds to Moses’ mental health issues. I hope this message gives you hope. #mentalhealth #spirituality #Christianity #God #life #support #love #hope #encouragement #healingIf you prefer video format (YouTube): hereIf you need a print-out of the PowerPoint: hereFollow-up exercise chart “How was your childhood vs God as your parent”: hereFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
My husband Nathan and I cannot be more opposite. I am living for the future and always planning. He is in the present enjoying the ride. I am a realist and a pessimist. He is a dreamer and the ultimate optimist. We were and are so polar opposites that our mutual friends were SO surprised when we started dating! Well, how do opposites work (and not work) when they are parenting together? In this episode, we share how our differences made parenting harder and easier. Also, in the end, we share lessons we each learned and implemented in this painful process of becoming one. Find this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
Each chapter of life teaches us different lessons but can different chapters work together? Nathan and I have been married for 10 years with almost 6 years of parenting. There were a lot of ups and downs. There were fights and celebrations. Even though it is difficult, we believe that parenting and doing life together as a couple brought out (and continues to) the best in each of us. In the next few episodes, Nathan and I want to share stories, laughter, and mistakes on what it has been like to be married and parenting together. In this episode, my husband and I share our hearts and stories about what we expected parenting would be and what it is today. No amount of resources and books can prepare you for the moment you get that baby in your arms. Nathan and I time travel to our mental and emotional growth journey we took before and after we had our children. Find this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
In this episode, I am sharing the conversation I had with my older son after he punched his brother: creating a safe and accepting environment where he and I can explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors together... and the risk if you don't do this as a parent. Parenting is hard as it is and this will be an example and a guide for you to use in sticky situations. Love, Dr. Kim#parenting #childrenmentalhealth #trauma #human #acceptance #cognitivetriad #freedom #selfconfidence #discipline #maturity #love #respectFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
Most people say "Oh, I had good parents." Then I ask, "Oh, did you tell your parents about you getting bullied?" They laugh and say, "No, I can't tell them anything like that." WHY NOT? Because it wasn't the place for that. But,  guys, isn't that sad? This started my life-long journey to know what it means to be a parent that gives my children a childhood where they can be children. In this episode, I share what I observe in my life (and those around me) and in my practice. I know that parents rarely intentionally withhold safety and support, but their focus was MISPLACED. If you can hear this episode and make you RECONSIDER a few things about your parenting OR even your own childhood, I would consider it job-well-done. Now, let's dig deep to know what parents were SUPPOSED to focus on. #parenting #mentalhealth #generationaltrauma #love #support #podcast #psychiatrist #children #childrenmentalhealthFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
This is the FIRST episode of the series "Parenting like you should've been parented." I am so excited to sit down and talk with you about the concept that you should be familiar with from Season ONE Episode TWO: Cognitive Triad. Did you know that we can use the same Triangle to explain the CRAZINESS in the parent-child relationship!? Such a simple concept but has so much depth. If you learn to "de-code" your parent-child interactions using this cognitive triad, you will learn the ART of understanding your child (and yourself) and protecting his/her/your worth. Let's get to it! In this episode, I use my real-life #parentingfail to demonstrate how this cognitive triad works in my relationship with my kids. #parenting #parentinghack #cognitivetriad #itslikethis #podcast #uejinkim #mentalhelath #relationship #worth #youmatter Find this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
Enjoy!Find this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
In this episode, we go through the process of healing after trauma. This process can start within days or years of traumatic events. You might have heard many different ways to "heal" from traumatic events, but how do you "do" it? What can help or hurt the healing process? Let's talk about that. Find this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
In this episode, we are going to break down Trauma. 60% of men and 50% of women have had at least one traumatic experience in their lives. 1 in 7 children have experienced abuse or neglect last year. So I know this episode will hit home with a lot of you guys. It affects everybody, not only just the victim but the perpetrator and the families and friends involved. But I want to kind of focus on trauma. And I want to explain trauma in a way that maybe is unexplored. Because it really hints at the spiritual question of what do I deserve. Did I deserve this? Did I deserve such an evil thing in my life? We're going to break down trauma into components that really point to the spiritual significance of traumatic events.  Listen now! https://www.restorepsych.com/podcast#mentalhealth #psychiatrist #men #women #children #stopviolence #abuse #neglect #ptsd #trauma #healing #youmatter #loveFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
This episode was supposed to be launched in early 2023 but I thought it was fitting to release it early due to another loss of a public figure due to suicide. As a mental health provider, sometimes stories and cases confuse me and throw me off. Why? How? What? Psychiatrists, more than other medical field physicians, are supposed to be more familiar with and an expert at understanding suicide. But, the more training I get, the more I am aware of what I don't know... but I want the listeners to know what I at least know. In this episode, I have a guest who is very familiar with death and suicide, Gillian Rodriguez, a therapist who specializes in prevention, intervention, and postvention of suicide. She and I have a conversation as human beings trying to understand the intricacies, depth, and darkness of suicide. We will also talk about perspectives and sources of hope for people who are wondering if suicide is the solution to their life's pain... and those around them who love them. If you are wondering and considering suicide, please reach out to help. 9-8-8. You matter.**Disclaimer: This podcast's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions Bio for Gillian Rodriguez:https://www.trelliscounselingco.com/Gillian Rodriguez, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor, pronouns she/her, is the CEO of Trellis Counseling & Co. PLLC, a private practice for counseling that specializes in Suicide Ventions (pre/inter/post), Trauma and Grief. Before opening Trellis, Gillian directed the Behavioral Health Integration Program (BEHIP) at Ikare Mood, Trauma, and Recovery Clinic, and completed research and clinical internship rotations with the UT Health Transitional Care Clinic. She developed ©After Suicide: Survive, Learn, Heal in response to experiencing a tragic loss by suicide in the summer of 2019 and has since completed five cycles of the group, graduating 31 participants using telehealth, completely free of charge. She has presented at the American Asdsociation of Suicidology Conference, and with San Antonio Council on Drug and Alcohol Awareness (SACADA). She is trained in EMDR, Crisis Response Planning, and Virtual-Reality based therapeutic interventions, as well as psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.  She is also a fourth-generation funeral director and embalmer, and was called to serve in Uvalde, Texas as a mortuary and counseling professional after the Robb Elementary School Mass Shooting Tragedy on May 24, 2022. She has remained there 3 days a week, providing trauma and grief counseling through expressive healing arts in partnership with the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas. During this service, she donated thousands of Warmies, stuffed animals designed with weighted lavender bFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
Trauma can happen anywhere... but what if it happened in your home. What if this was "just the way it was" for generations? What if calling it trauma risk losing the world you knew: your family? Today Jenny and I talk about cultural and generational trauma: how to differentiate toxic to non-toxic cultural traits and how you can move forward sensibly and re-write the narrative. We are both Korean American but I believe the universal insights we arrive at can be applicable to anyone. Listen now! https://www.restorepsych.com/podcastAbout Jenny Lee, LMFT:Jenny was born to parents who migrated from South Korea, was raised on the east coast, and moved to Texas for doctoral studies after completing her Master of Family Therapy at Drexel University in Philadelphia and her Master of Divinity at Biblical (Missio) Seminary in Hatfield, PA. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Couple & Family Therapy at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, TX. She resides in Austin, TX, where she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and 2 dogs.https://www.untangledtherapy.com/https://www.instagram.com/untangledcounselingtherapy/https://www.facebook.com/UntangledCounselingTherapyhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/untangled-counseling-therapy-pllc/#mentalhealth #psychiatrist #asian #immigrant #culture #trauma #healing #forgiveness #freedom #boundaries #health #parenting #childhoodFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
What if I told you it was possible to know your purpose, your worth, and your meaning in life while you live on this earth? What if I told you that you can know that in 8 weeks!? Knowing your purpose, meaning, and worth sound like a divine pursuit that takes a lifetime to learn... too bold to claim that you can know all of that... but what if it is simpler than the world make it out to be? What if your purpose and worth are not something to be found or earned... but already within you?In this episode, we have guests, Mark and Adena Delaney, to help us understand what this journey might look like. You can just imagine how knowing your purpose and worth are so crucial and beneficial for your mental wellness! So excited for this episode! Mark and Adena Delaney are on a relentless pursuit of one thing, helping people clarify their purpose and be set free to live it out boldly. For the last 30 years, they have been in the business of helping people understand how to pursue their best, bold life. Three years ago, they created a program called The Purpose Mastermind. This 8-week experience guides people through a process of transformation that enables them to move beyond what used to hold them back in life and chase after purpose, freedom, and love. Website: markdelaney.com   (Podcasts, The Purpose Mastermind, Video Courses, How to Connect, etc) YOUR ONE-STOP SHOP YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MarkDelaneyPurpose  **Disclaimer: This podcast's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questionsFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
In this episode, I am working with Dr. Ted Williams. I met Dr. Williams during my training and he became my mentor in psychiatry in many ways, in private practice and incorporating faith with work. As I am “growing up” as a baby attending psychiatrist, he was amazing at being vulnerable and encouraging. My husband and I continue to benefit from his mentorship. Dr. Ted Williams is the founder and a Board Certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist of Genesis Behavioral Health in San Antonio, TX. He is an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Long School of Medicine, UT Health San Antonio and also at the University of Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine. In his previous career, He was board certified in Family Medicine and practiced in Family and Emergency Medicine before later specializing in psychiatry. He is an educator, proponent, and expert in TMS, a new technology used to promote the healing of brain circuits involved in depression and other mental illnesses. In this episode, I will be asking all the questions you wanted ask about TMS. Does it hurt, how much does it cost, what are the side effects and is it for me? I learned a lot on this episode and I am so excited that you will too.Genesis Behavioral Health: https://genesisbehavioralhealth.org/TMS/  Clinical TMS Society: https://www.clinicaltmssociety.org **Disclaimer: This podcast's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questionsFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
In this episode, I present you an inspiring woman that continues to support and inspire me in my journey as a person and as a provider, Dr Kirleen Neely. Dr. Neely has worked in the mental health field for over 25 years. She is a founder and CEO of Neely Behavioral Health, host of Drop the BS podcast, educator, researcher, counsellor, and public speaker. In this episode, Dr. Neely and I will talk specifically about your Back Story. Dr. Neely is so passionate about you knowing your backstory in order to know yourself, find purpose and meaning in your life… she is so passionate that she created a course. We will talk about the importance of knowing your backstory, what kind of dysfunction could arise if you don’t deal with your backstory, and lastly how you can live a complete and full life by understanding and accepting your backstory. I am so excited for today’s episode so lets get started! Connect with Dr. Neely: Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram | Drop the BS Podcast**Disclaimer: This podcast's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questionsFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
I always struggled with a series of dieting and poor body image issues my whole life. I recently stumbled upon Intuitive Eating/Healthy at Every Size and Kelly Neilson! In this episode, Kelly and I talk about what is disordered eating, how normal it is in our society, what it does to our mental health, and how intuitive eating could be the solution to this craziness. The ultimate goal in this journey is to be FREE from negative influences and chase after WHOLEsome health. Hope you enjoy this episode. Bio:Kelly Neilson is a Registered Dietitian and owner of her private practice, Nutrition for Hope. Kelly got her Bachelor's in Dietetics from Brigham Young University and her Master's of Dietetic Administration (MDA) from Utah State University. She received her eating disorder training at The Center for Change eating disorder treatment center, when she worked there. Kelly started her virtual private practice in 2017 for individuals struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating, serving clients all over the United States and Internationally as well. She is happily married and a mother of 3 children. She enjoys hiking and riding bikes with her family near her home in beautiful Tucson, AZ. Kelly Neilson's practice: www.nutritionforhope.com**Disclaimer: This podcast's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questionsFind this podcast in your favorite Podcast Platform**Disclaimer: This site's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
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