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What is domestic abuse and why should you care? If you are not a victim, chances are, you know someone who is being abused in their home and no one is talking. If you are being abused, guaranteed, you are not talking. Do you really think this is something to shout to the rooftops and share with your giggly girl friends? Really? Talking to other family members, NOT! Domestic abuse takes on an undercover stealth like a snake in the grass. You run through
Verbal or physical abuse occurs in up to sixty percent of marriages. Carole Auclair, author of A Bridge to Justice, will chat with Jeannie and Maxine on today's show about the dynamics between women who are abused and their abusers. She will uncover the secret hiding that often occurs when people in positions of authority misuse it to abuse others. She will help us recognize the classic narcissistic personalities who cleverly twist and subvert words or use the Bible as a way to control and isolate. She says women who are abused often feel they deserve the treatment they receive and often come from abusive families of upbringing. Fear, embarrassment, anger and dread all fit the profile.
Do you or someone you know fit this picture? If so, you won’t want to miss today’s show.
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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
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Join us as we speak with:
Michelle Toledo Cainas,
Program Director, GLADV, a program of Renovacion Conyugal
A previous employee, Partnership Against Domestic Violence, in order to establish a better network of advocates who work with the Latin community. With time the task force also became a place for educational & collaborative opportunity in the community. In the Summer of 2012, GLADV joined Renovacion Conyugal as one of their program to keep serving the community.
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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!
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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.
My guest on the show is Olori Grace Alli-Tijani (formally Grace Adebayo), the Executive Director of DASAC (Domestic and Sexual Abuse Counselling) services in UK.
Having survived 18 years of domestic abuse herself, Olori Grace decided to rebuild her life, and then went on to achieve qualifications in Counselling.
Join me TONIGHT on POWORDFUL Conversations: be transformed by Olive
WEDNESDAY 12 JUNE @ 8.00PM (GMT) or 4.00PM (EST)
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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."
There has been much said regarding the ability of parties to mediate in cases where there has been domestic abuse. While no one believes abuse is an issue that can be mediated, the parties may have issues that can be resolved through mediation. Our program will discuss issues including the benefits of mediation in these situations, the structure of such mediations and preparation of parties, and the mediator.
Christy Cumberlander Walker has over fifteen years of experience mediating family issues. She was previously a program coordinator for the Franklin county Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court. Her experience includes providing family, employment and community mediation as well as providing training in dispute resolution across the county. Christy was also a trainer for the Supreme Court of Ohio Domestic Abuse Issues for Mediators and Other Professionals. Christy was a member of the Advisory Council for the Association for Conflict Resolution’s Family Section. She is the co-chair for the annual conference “Making Peace Happen: New Normals” that will be held in Minneapolis Minnesota in October.
Zena Zumeta, internationally known as both a mediator and trainer of mediators. She is president of the Mediation Training & Consultation Institute, Zena Zumeta Mediation Services, and The Collaborative Workplace in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Zena is a lawyer and a former president of the Academy of Family Mediators. She is the recipient of the the Michigan Lifetime Achievement in Mediation Award; the National Education Association/Saturn Corporation Award for Union-Management Collaboration.
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Join us as we speak with Dr. Karen Deadwyler, Author of "Strategic Warfare Victory".
Dr. Karen Deadwyler is a scribal Apostle Prophetess, Inspirational Empowerment Speaker, Mentor and Life Coach, Preacher, Health Awareness Speaker (Nurse), Columnist and Author of two self-publisjed books.
She is also the Co-founder of a school for the fivefold ministry. God inspires her writings and she gives wisdom and knowledge, and understanding to the Body of Christ.
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.