Janie Deadwyler

Angels In Distress

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Proverbs 4:23 Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life. KJV Training awareness and prevention of domestic abuse by identifying the "RED FLAGS" early in the relationship. NO ONE DESERVES TO BE ABUSED EMOTIONALLY, VERBALLY, PSYCHOLOGICALLY OR PHYSICALLY. NO ONE FEMALE OR MALE.

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One of the most challenging times in a survivors life is going through the initial process to accept the fact that they have been abused and experienced violence. The process to take the necessary steps to get help from law enforcement,... more

Join Janie Deadwyler as she speaks with First Lady Tina Moore as she share her story of surviving abuse and meeting her best friend. She has had several challenges in her life beginning at the tender age of nine. Going through... more

What do you do to heal after an abusive relationship? Where do you go to get help? Are you still caring pain from an abusive relationship? If so, why? What has your process been to heal yourself before jumping into another... more

Join us as we speak with the Founder of The Tenderness Campaign international singer/songwriter E. Walter Smith, the Tenderness Campaign creates public awareness about the international epidemic of domestic violence and abuse... more

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month! The Men All PAUSE show was so good we had to bring back Part II! We have gentlemen who are taking the time to "PAUSE" and speak UP and OUT about domestic abuse and violence in... more

How does domestic violence and mental health cross paths? Research is showing that abusers also suffer from some mental disorders and contribute to volatile relationships. Would you know how to identify the "red flags" of... more

October is Domestic Violence Month and we are going to speak with survivor Ms. Bukeka Chandler, Author of " A Prophetic Love Letter" Open your heart to divine leading ......A Prophetic Love Letter, which illustrates the hope to be found in... more

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month! We have four (4) gentlemen who are taking the time to "PAUSE" and speak UP and OUT about domestic abuse and violence in the community. Mr. Relationship Educator, and Author... more

What are you going to do in the month of October to acknowledge, make aware, prevent or volunteer to help victims of domestic violence? We will discuss areas in which you (personally) can make a difference. Local and National opportunities... more

What are some of your challenges in dealing with an abusive relationship? Are you depressed and feel that your situation may be hopeless? We have two young ladies on the show this week that that will share their stories of triumph and... more
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