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Breaking the Silence ~ Domestic Violence/Molestation/Rape/Drug & Alcohol Abuse

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Let's start breaking the silence of all forms of abuse!  We are a platform that allows people a voice to discuss their past or present issues with domestic violence, mental & physical abuse, drug & alcohol abuse, molestation, and rape.  We are not here to judge, but to instead encourage people to tell their stories and be heard.  We invite and welcome any and all to spread the word and break the silence!

Special guest: Benjamin Janey ~ A Survivor and Author of Domestic Violence: Domestic violence has been increasing, regardless of nationwide polls and pacifying statistics. Some may not report the abuse, and a disproportionate number of victims are depending upon a “Restraining Order” to elucidate such an undetected form of mental illness. In this Workbook, you and I will take on this mental illness like never before. Contrary to the traditional analysis and conception that incline to see it as just a problem, there’s more. I’ve been in domestic violence programs that are effective only on paper and while in class. Consequently, intervention can no longer be the brightest idea when there’s an imperative prognosis. We’d like to believe that by discussing what has occurred will change things. Until now, here’s a mental illness that must be dealt with by going to the root.

Special guest: Andrea Smith Provost ~ A Survivor who was raped at age 13 by two of her close family members and her mother did not believe her.  At age 19 she become involved with a man who mentally and physically abused her.  She stayed with him for 5 years because she felt no one loved her.  When she finally left, he harassed her until she had to get a protective order.  When she told police, they acted like they couldn't find him.

Please tune in to hear these to brave survivors talk about their testimonials.  Bravo!


 

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