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This episode is dedicated to all the victims of Roman Catholic abuse, whose pain was too much for them and they committed suicide.
I wrote a letter to the editor in response to Pope Francis asking priest abuse victims to forgive him and the church for our abuses. This is a part of that response:
"How can Paul Anthony Carson, whom upon seeing the priest whom raped him walking down the street and then going home and hanging himself, being found by his parents, forgive him?
How can Emma Foster, whom was raped by Father Kevin O'Donnell, while at a primary school whom committed suicide because of it, forgive him?
How can Daniel Neill, whom committed suicide because of his rapist priest, Joseph Gallagher, forgive him?
How can the 30 boys raped at the St Alipius primary school, whom committed suicide forgive him for their rapes?
There are about a thousand or more victims of these evil crimes who committed suicide. Tonight, we honor their memory and call to task the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, all of the Cardinals, Bishops and Archbishops, priests, nuns and parishioners, who have ignored this evil and to correct it immediately.
These brothers and sisters of ours...deserve no less.
in Self Help
Believe or not men can be victims of domestic abuse. Why don't we know more about this? Because most men don't report the abuse because they are afraid that their reputation may be at stake. They also don't want to be viewed as weak.
She asked for it...right? She got in his face waving her finger. He had to hit her...right? She pushed him, isn't that cause for him to strike back. Does a man ever have a right to defend himself?
Sharon R. Wells is a writer, entrepreneur and motivational speaker. Using her own personal testimony of survival for illustration, she is a passionate advocate who speaks out about prevention and awareness of sexual abuse. With a message focused and centered on encouraging hope, unwavering faith and perseverance, Sharon guides others to realize, evaluate and triumphantly overcome the obstacles in their own lives through self-awareness and individual growth. This author of several articles and essays and has written heartfelt, spiritual and inspirational messages highlighting her own individual healing journey while encouraging and uplifting others to do the same in their lives.
Today's show reflects on videos via you tube, world star hip hop and other social media sights, where videos of young people throwing beat downs. What should the victims do in this situation? What should the parents of the victims do? Would you get the cops involved? Tune in...
Our guests are Daniel Ryan and Marcia Southwick
The traumatic effects of having your precious loved one kidnapped and imprisoned by this blatantly corrupt industry in legal, yet lawless, human trafficking for profit and power.
There is no nightmare or Hollywood horror film that can compare to having my fiancé and soul mate permanently removed from my life forever... As in every case of kidnapping, the first concern is for her well- being. That NEVER changes. Also, there's the ever-present sense of urgency to rescue her from her captors.
The utter disbelief, sleepless nights, loneliness and loss, accompanied by waves of fear, worry, anger and hopelessness continue to haunt my daily existance with little mercy since that day 2 years ago when they strapped her to a stretcher and removed her from her home, her life, and my life until she's either dead or destitute!
APS, the guardian, her attorneys, the judge, and the care home owner have colluded to keep her prisoner for life. Why? Because she saved for her golden years and to cover up her rape we reported when she was in a rehab facility being treated for a tailbone injury.
There are 4 stages of grief: Denial, Anger, Bargaining and Acceptance. I can't seem to get past the first 3 because she is still alive and I refuse to lose hope...
in Self Help
Devoted and Dedicated to Making a difference to the lives of victims of all abuse is my sole aim & ambition in life.I will not Stay Quiet or be Intimidated,or Bullied. As a former victim & now an Advocate of Domestic, Physical, Sexual Abuse,I know only too well the pain & hurt that abuse causes,& if I can help one person whether a Man, Woman or Child to escape that life, then that is what I will do. Domestic Abuse & Child Abuse is directly connected to Human Trafficking & it is such a huge part of life today,& yet so many remain ignorant to the real facts about it. So many young children that are victims of some form of Child Abuse,simply run away in order to escape their pain & trauma,only to be targeted by these Predators the Traffickers.This infuriates me as most of these children could be saved,could be helped & supported if more people cared.I am extremely vocal on Human Trafficking as with the USA now tied in First Place with Mexico for Child Abuse & Trafficking, we need to do something & Fast.To have a country like the US voted the worst out of the top 29 most Industrialized Countries in the World for Child Abuse,Child Deaths & Trafficking to me,simply show's that action needs to be taken now. I am determined to make change happen,I have been told by a very well respected Advocate for Human Trafficking & Abuse Advocate that I have the Heart & Determination of a Lion & am Fearless.Having lived a life of abuse,for far too many years in secret I am no longer afraid of anybody.Published Author with my own Autobiography Survivors Not Statistics, My own life story of my life of abuse, and how it made me a victim for so many years, then been saved by the people of Alaska, and becoming a Survivor and then the Advocate that I am today.
Our panel of guest today will share their experiences during their lives of Domestic Violence. Telling how and when it all started and what they were able to do to get out a live. Grafic conversation of the things that was done to each of them. These three ladies are survivors of violent injuries that they went through for a long period of time.
Mrs Stephanie Kenion Founder of Broken 2 Heal Victims of Abuse Advocacy /Motivational Speaker/Life coach shares her journey 7& thoughts of empowerement/enlightment/enrichment with our
Bobby Daryl McGirt the first born of his parents children on 4th of July 1971 and now through overcoming so many of lifes challenges
has now become National Spokesperson for the Human Rights Movement of Los Angeles California on Equality for the Human Race
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U.S.Patented Inventor & Patent issued by the U.S. Patent/Trademark office
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The national attention drawn to Baltimore Raven's running back Ray Rice for knocking his then fiance Janay Palmer unconscious then dragging her out of an elevator has been the platform for many counselors and experts on domestic violence. The two have since married and a sad faced Janay has appeared on television stating that it was wrong for the NFL to suspend her husband Ray. Before one takes sides or bashes the man for being a batterer or tells the woman she must have low self esteem, we all must take a look at our own relationships. We have all chosen to live in a society that exploits and abuses us. If you are in a relationship with someone who treats you badly, don't ask "What's wrong with them?" or even "How can I change them?" Ask yourself "Why am I choosing to be abused?" Today's guest, Tom O'donnell, explains a basic system of cooperation that, if followed, can change the society we live in forever.
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the ministry of Iesous as the one who bore our pain. All persons experience pain in this life. Life is filled with painful events. There are those who cause pain to others, and those who are the victims of painful behavior. The human condition is such that a Savior is needed. If Iesous did not exist it would be necessary to invent him.