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It is our Survivors World night and we are talking about the bruises you can't see, the control strings our parents & partners use to keep us in 'line'. You are not a puppet on strings. You have value & You are capable of living without them. Call in at 347-215-7754 or connect in our chatroom with our volunteers. Show starts at 9pm eastern/ 8pm central/ 7pm mountain/ 6m pacific time. We welcome men, women & most certainly teens. Emotional abuse is a vile destruction of the person you were intended to be, but you do not have to give them this power!!
On this show we are looking at the studies on this type of harm, but more importantly we want to hear about your experiences. Did your parents commonly use the word 'Stupid' to describe you as a person? Did/does your patner or spouse have you believing that you have absolutely no identity without them, that you are completely incapable of achieving/completing the slighest small task? Are you constantly struggling to see yourself in a mirror, some reflection of a person who does exist? You are invited to come share this with us as we open up our phones to hear your voice!!
Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio is a community outreach broadcast production of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. Our shows are in no way intended as any form of legal, therapeutic, or psychological professional service. Visit our site for resources or information about our entire recovery & support. Together we are connecting hearts & holding hands of help around the world. Providing services to help victims, survivors & families dealing with some form of past or present abuse, violence or trafficking issue. We always have community resource education and prevention tools. www.butterflydreamsabuserecovery.com Fndr/Owner/CEO Patricia 'Trish' McKnight "My Justice"
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All of us 'survived' our childhood. Even if you had wonderful loving parents and family, most people have emotional bumps, bruises, and/or wounds from growing up. There is usually something that each of us carries with us that was harsh or difficult in our childhood, that still affects us today. In this episode of The Organic Mind, Bonnie goes in depth into how the mind works - the conscious vs. the subconscious mind, to help begin to identify the core beliefs that shape our current perception. And of course - once you identify these negative core beliefs, it is the start to shifting them, and changing your perception for the better.
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Christophe Merville, D. Pharm., will be discussing homeopathy for bumps and bruises from school sports, cough, cold and flu, stress and sleep disorders, growing pains in teenagers, and acne.
Since 1990, Christophe Merville has been the Director of Education and Pharmacy Development for Boiron, the world’s leading manufacturer of homeopathic medicines. Dr. Merville has created training programs, both online and in print, for pharmacists and retailers on homeopathy and medicine.
Tonight we're going to delve into the killing of Michael Brown, the 18-year old who was killed at the hands of a Missouri police officer 5-days ago.
As time goes on, more information is being released by the police department and media.
Today we hear that Michael Brown was a "Strong Armed Robbery" suspect. But does this give an officer the right to gun this young man down in the streets, after it was clear by witnesses that he was surrendering with his hands up? And what about the reported bruises to the face of the officer? How did he get these bruises, and why hasn't that been released yet?
This is a volitile situation, and people have questions. Where do you think this case will go?
Join us tonight (Friday, 8/15/2014) at 9:30pmPDT/ 11:30pm CDT/12:30am EDT, to discuss the police shooting death of this unarmed black teenager in Missouri, and the additional details as they are released.
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In early April, 52 year old Steve Utash suffered a brutal beating at the hand of as many as 11 or more people, after he stopped to help an 10 year old boy that darted out into traffic and was struck by his truck. The 10 year old suffered no broken bones. He had minor bruises, needed a few stitches and is expected to make a full recovery. Mr. Utash was hospitalized for more than six weeks, part of which time was spent in critical condition and being placed into a medically induced coma for 10 days. Currently, Mr. Utash still suffers from brain injuries that prevent him from driving to work or make financial decisions on his own. So far, five suspects have been convicted for their part in the beating. One of the assailants, 19 year old Latrez Cummings, stated that not having a father present in his life was a major factor contributing to his bad decision making skills. The Judge’s response, “…someone to discipline you. Someone to beat the hell out of you when you made a mistake, as opposed to allowing you or encouraging you to do it to somebody else.” led to a heated exchange with the assistant prosecutor. She argued that there are numerous households headed by single mothers with young black male children and not having a father present is no excuse for this type of behavior. The exchange between the judge and assistant prosecutor raises the question. Does having a father present make a difference in a young man’s life or is there more to it than just having a daddy that will “beat the hell out you when you make a mistake?” Join us, as we search the Holy Bible for answers to this question and more
Pt. 1: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thebocc/2014/07/25/repentance-is-the-key-you-need-your-whupped-pt1
Renee' Bullock, a survivor of Domestic Violence, will be sharing her testimonial of being in an abusive marriage and being exposed to domestic violence growing up.
Topics discussed will include: Pedisposed due to Heredity; Dating ; Marriage; Divorce; Perception; Restoration/counseling and more.
CALL IN # for Q&A 267-521-0178
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March 13, 2014 -LIVING A RICHER LIFE: with Debbie Zoub, MSW, Psychotherapist and Author of Stands with Fists: Moving Beyond Psychological and Verbal Abuse ~ A True Story and Professional Guide to Healing.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE: A relationship can be unhealthy or abusive even without physical violence. Psychological and Verbal abuse may not cause physical damage, but it does cause emotional pain and scarring. Such abuse comes in many forms. Psychological and Verbal abuse includes non-physical behaviors such as threats, insults, constant monitoring, excessive texting, humiliation, intimidation or stalking. Emotions exert an incredibly powerful force on human behavior. It has been said that our emotions tell us who we are. If we are numb to our emotions, then we can't possibly know who we really are. How can victims understand what’s happening to them and move beyond Psychological and Verbal Abuse?
For 11 years, Debbie Zoub was the Director and Psychotherapist with the Christopher House where she presented educational seminars and provided psychotherapy for individuals, groups and couples. For much of her life, Debbie has been searching for answers. She was driven to document some troublesome aspects of her own life. The intense journaling resulted in an entertaining and educational manuscript which morphed into her new book, “Stands with Fists.” In the book, Debbie documents the process she used to successfully free herself from psychological and verbal abuse.
Guest Dr. Jerry Reves will discuss what you should have in your medicine cabinet whan taking a long distance cruise. All Loopers should listen to learn what they need to do to be prepapred for the bumps, bruises and minor illnesses they will encounter on their trip.
The Universal Kingdom Church is preparing the believer for Firstborn blessings, firstborn privileges. Time for healing of deep wounds, bruises, and hurts from the past. Time for healing and deliverance from rejection.
SPONSORED BT CARL TONE JONES--When people think of who the victims of domestic violence are, you think of the people whose faces are covered in bruises, hospitalized with injuries or dead. But domestic violence affects so many more. When people think of damages done by domestic violence, they think of fear, emotional damage to the victim, property, etc., but again, there is much more. The abstract, intangible damages are far more debillitating and damaging than physical scars or broken items, and because many of those things can't be seen or treated with standard prescriptions or categorized by a published case study, it goes untended and the underlying damage becomes a dangerous beast that affects more than the immediate parties of the incident. Join in tonight at 347-327-9967 at 10:30 pm EST.
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