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ABUSE IN ANY FORM CAN LEAVE SCARS OF STRESS, MENTAL DEPRESSION, FEAR, AND OTHER TRAUMATIC CHANGES IN A PERSON'S LIFE. MY GUEST, JOY JACKSON IS A YOUNG WOMAN ON A LIFE MISSION TO HELP SUPPORT VICTIMS OF ABUSE. TUNE IN TONIGHT AND SPEAK WITH JOY.
24 year old Joy Jackson Is originally from Charleston, SC.. In her life, she has experienced two types of abuse.
She was sexually molested as a child, and was domestically abused in college. Around the age of 22-23, she decided to write a book to help other women and children who were victims of abuse and rape learn how to manage the stress and mental anguish they have experienced. Through the emotional process that comes after being abused, Joy wrote her story and then lead readers into the "self help" portion of her book.She also reaches out to organizations to help caregivers and children of abuse and neglect.She is a woman on a mission to reach out and help motivate others who need support.
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For some people, stress and pressure are badges of honor. Many people talk proudly of how much stress they are under. The implication is that these people are stressed because they are doing very important work and have a significant amount of responsibility.
On the other hand, for some people, admitting to having stress is a display of weakness. Women (studies show) feel more comfortable using the term "stress" than men. They describe feelings of overwhelm, anxiety, and tension as stress. Even depression is often described as a symptom or a result of stress.
Whatever we call it, prolonged stress is not healthy and should not be touted as an essential part of life. However, new findings have come to light that tell us it is not the stress itself that is dangerous but whether or not we believe we are stressed. In other words, it's the way we "feel" about stress that makes stress stressful.
So, if we feel stress is harmful and we talk about how bad stress is for us, we make it even worse. If we don't see stress as bad or harmful, it won't be. The power of the mind should not be underrated. You can do lots of simple things to manage your stress. Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, and learn what you can do.
Specialist Kinesiologist and "Body Communicator" Marney Purna joins Anayah Joi Holilly and 'Pure Gold' Annette McCoy to share her point of view about dealing with life's stress, offering you down to earth, compassionate, informed information to assist you each day.
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Join Denise and Bruce McIntyre for another episode of Care Break. In this show, we'd love know: What are your seven significant caregiving moments? Call us during our show to share yours.
About Bruce: Bruce lives to encourage and inspire as many people as possible, especially caregivers and those living with a chronic condition. He is the author of *Resilient Life *and *Graceful Transitions. *He has served as a non-profit, church, and business leader. You can purchase *Graceful Transitions* at caregiving.com and read more from Bruce at brucemcintyre.com.
Join Joyce as she shares her caregiving secrets with you! Joyce is a family caregiver, taking care of her elderly parents at home. We also invite you to ask questions and share your caregiving tips with us too! We're all in this together. Here's a link to some caregiving resources & helplines: http://bit.ly/carehelp.
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
We become steadfast Christians, able to endure and overcome, through the power of Jesus Christ. Job stress has become such a universal problem that many medical professionals now classify it as an occupationally related disease, precipitating numerous other serious problems such as ulcers, depression, and even suicide.
Over time, you truly will find His strength, wisdom, and presence sufficient for the fray. Your stress will become a catalyst for spiritual stability instead of an agent of destruction and despair. The pressure will reinforce your faith, not weaken it. We became steadfast Christians, able to endure and overcome through the power of Jesus Christ.
Psalm 55:22 "Cast your burden on the LORD, and He shall sustain you; He shall never permit the righteous to be moved"
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