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Women against domestic violence, abuse, and hate!
An estimated one in every three women worldwide experiences violence, with rates reaching as high as 70 percent in some countries. Gender-based violence ranges from rape to domestic abuse and acid burnings to dowry deaths and so-called “honor killings.”
Violence against women and girls — in peacetime and in conflict — knows no national or cultural boundaries.
We have made tremendous strides in combating these human rights abuses, but there is still much work to be done.
Tisha Smith founder of “We Love the Girls,” will share with us some of the warning signs of abuse in relationship and how to avoid being a victim and how to get out abusive relationship. She will also speak about protecting our daughters, nieces, cousins, mothers, granddaughters and grandmothers.
Don’t miss this powerful episode
This week we have heard a lot about domestic abuse and domestic violence in the news...
Jodi Arias trial is over and she is sentenced.....
The three young ladies freed from their kidnappers this week..,,
WE ARE GOING TO SOUND OFF ABOUT HOW TRAUMATIZING IT CAN BE TO BE IN AN ENVIROMENT OF ABUSE!
Join us as we talk with Ms. Anita Davis, CEO of Journey to the Next Level a transitional home for women and children of Domestic Violence.
She has survived Domestic Violence and turned her experience into a place of refuge for victims of domestic violence.
We are going to discuss a question that was asked in a group on Facebook by Ms. Dani Strong of LOVE STRONG....
When someone that you have been sleeping with or dating tells you they do not want a relationship what do you do and what do you say to that? Are you one that moves too fast in hopes that the sex will give a foundation for a relationship? What are some of the questions you should have asked before becoming "sexually" involved!?!? What questions should you ask at the beginning toprotect yourself emotionally from becoming the one....told. "I do not want a relationship."
Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse have become acceptable forms of dominance in American society today.
It is time to put a stop to the bashing & beating of women & children; the forceful raping of same, physically & emotionally.
Agencies operating to help protect, and to counsel, victims of domestic violence/sexual abuse & rape must also inform their communities of officials/elected office holders who have been accused of, arrested for, and or convicted of such brutal behavior towards women & children.
We begin with Massachusetts State Rep John Fresolo. Watch as the Rep Fresolo ignores a reporter's questions about the controversy surrounding the Rep's domestic violence/child abuse practices, Video Here.
The Jodi Arias death penalty murder trial has certainly captured the attention of the nation, as the defendant admits she shot her boyfriend, slit his throat, and then repeatedly stabbed him up to 30 times -- and all in self-defense. Then, there's Rihanna & Chris Brown -- Ice & Coco -- and, of course, even some folks we know.
In this edition, Rolonda talks with a domestic violence survivor about the secret shame of her husband's abuse. One man tells Ro how he was abused by his girlfriend and tells of the warning signs and how he escaped.
Social Worker/Psycho-Therapist C. Yvette Welch and Anti-Abuse Activist Tanya Young-Williams share some support. Plus, Vision Board Queen Joyce Schwarz talks about the healing process - from survivor to thriver.
Every Sunday afternoon, Ro shares news, views, advice, and interviews, as well as motivation, encouragement, and inspiration on different ways to add more purpose and passion to your life, career, relationships, and business - for a better life and a better YOU!
Join Janie Deadwyler on Angels In Distress "Transition from Domestic Violence" Radio. Tonight to discuss Domestic Violence and Abuse. CALL IN TO SPEAK WITH THE HOST AT: 760 259 2308 if you would like to SHARE your story of SURVIVAL! THE CHATROOM WILL BE OPEN.....
Who knew that the woman who sits beside you everyday was beaten last night and the morning before coming in to work? Who knew that the accomplished trainer in your company was abused by his wife before coming to work? Who knew the family at the end of the cul de sac are abused almost daily? Who knew that the little boy who seemed overly-nervous was a victim of abuse? Who knew that the little girl who acts out in an adult manner is abused by family members?
Social media can be a wonderful tool for a lot of things. However, it is a huge player in abuse to young boys and girls also young women and young men. Children do not really understand the dangers that are associated to "social media" and the hidden ways perpetrators use this area to plot, scheme, coerce, deceive and trap young people in a well weaved web of "DECEPTION!" Join us as we share ways in which you as parents should pay close attention to in protecting your
Domestic violence survivor Carolyn Thomas will be our guest. She will tell her story of being involved in a relationship that was verbally and physically abusive for over eight years. On December 5, 2003 that abuse turned deadly. High on drugs her then boygfriend Terrence Dwayne Kelly killed Carolyn's mother. Then at point-blank rage shot Carolyn in the face. That single shot blew away eighty percent of Carolyn's face. Her story has been featured on Oprah, Larry King LIve,