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Tonight our broadcast on the Generation No More discussion will be looking into the dark reality of Child Sexual Abuse. This is a show important whether you work with children or are just a concerned adult who wants to know more about the dangers of this very silent crime. We begin at 9pm eastern/ 8pm central/ 6pm pacific time. Our call in number is 347-215-7754 for your questions, comments, shares. You can also connect with many others by signing into blogtalk with any social ID to join in our chatroom commentary during every broadcast.
What is child sexual abuse? Most of us can answer this with the response of Molestation or ANY sexual contact with a child under the age of 18. Do you know however that this is a crime? Do you know what behaviors to watch for in those young children who are unable to tell us what's going on? Do you understand how to bring about conversation with a young child about sexual abuse? Do you know what Pedophiles and Predators look for in their victims?
These are many of the topic points shared on our website to help you spot and rescue a victim. Tonight we are talking about this live with you, in massive detail, so that you will be better prepared to spot harm to your child or perhaps a child next door, down the street, or in your classroom.
We strive to bring you the very best of our broadcasting and hope to encourage your interest and live participation during the shows. Our archives are always available to listen at your convenience, however with live shows you also get the pleasure of connecting with many others in the mission of protecting our children, giving them a better world tomorrow, being their voice and strong advocates within your homes, communities, schools.
This is a broadcast of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. Our shows are not intended as any form of legal or psychological professional help. We highly recommend seeking counseling and/or legal advocacy when abuse happens.
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.
Tonight we will focus in on the issue of Domestic Rage and the issue that has caused damage to many families. Whereas the children and stressed because of these influences which can lead to the very issue of billing and violence in the schools and on our cities streets from those who are repeated victims of this within their homes acting out the very same abuse in society.
As for the police they are placed in a very dangerous nightmare once coming on a call not knowing what they will be met with, the families are in a fight but will fight them if they are feeling threaten because of the love they have for those who rage out of control.
Do you have this issue in your home? Abusive relationship violence from a parent and someone else who has gone out of control due to drinking and or using drugs.
Others may have rage issues because of the pharmacy drugs they are taking and others have just mental conditions.
What can we do and what is happening whien American Families are tossed into the mix of out of control behavior by love ones.
Please call in and tell me about your story and share this with others 718-508-9513
listen discuss it and learn on a real radio program involved within real issues. Hosted By D'Anne Burley and John Alishaukaus
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October is "DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH"
This is a time of the year that Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence is given special attention almost everywhere. Although this is appreciated of the recognition in October, there are victims being abused around the year and continuous and sometimes seeming hopeless...
What are you plannning to do this month to contribute to the AWARENESS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE and DOMESTIC VIOLENCE?
Join Queen Warrior as she share several ways you can be a part of this movement to EDUCATE, ACKNOWLEDGE, PARTNER WITH AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIFE OF A VICTIM/SURVIVOR.
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" On average, 24 people per minute are victims of rape, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner in the United States"1.(CDC) http://www.cdc.gov/features/NISVS/
Whether it is you or a loved one who is or has been domestically abused--this episode is giving you/them a VOICE.. Join me & poet/recording artist SapphireBlue215 as we give D.A. a VOICE to be heard. Call in to share your stories or what you or others are doing to get the AWARENESS OUT ABOUT DOMESTIC ABUSE.. Call in to 347-826-9723 & press 1
ONE POSITIVE WAY RADIO NETWORK PRESENTS HOST JANIE DEADWYLER FOR HER DEBUT SHOW DOING WHAT SHE DOES BEST WHICH IS TO COMBAT THE SPIRIT OF ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. IN HER DEBUT SHOW SHE WILL OFFER SOME IMPORTANT FACTS AND INFORMATION AND INVITE YOU TO CALL IN AND ASK QUESTIONS OR EXPRESS YOURSELF. THE CHAT ROOM WILL BE OPEN ON FACE BOOK AND BLOGTALKRADIO FOR THOSE THAT WANT TO HAVE THE INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE. LISTEN IN AND INVITE A FRIEND.
The experiences of immigrant women who survive domestic and sexual violence are unique and diverse. Immigrant survivors may face a variety of challenges on the path to safety, justice, and healing including language barriers, limited access to housing, legal status, isolation, and economic insecurity.
Join our presenters as they discuss the multifaceted nature of immigrant survivors' experiences, explore legal remedies, and offer tips for creating access to meaningful and culturally appropriate services.
We will live tweet the discussion at #ImmigrantSurvivors and host a follow-up Q&A with the presenters on Twitter immediately following the program. (Follow @NationalDVAM and @VAWnet for details.)
Presenters: Sonia Parras Konrad, Asista Co-Director Ankita Patel, Crossing Borders – Immigrant and Refugee Project of the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
This episode is being rebroadcast from Michele’s original radio show, “Your Life After Trauma.”
It's a difficult topic to discuss. Many of us cannot comprehend abusing a child or having experienced such a life-altering trauma ourselves. But, the statistics are astonishing. Something must be done to break the cycle of abuse that exists in families, societies, and in cultures. Our guest today is hoping to do just that.
Childhood sexual abuse survivor and former Oprah guest, Rena Romano joins Michele to candidly discuss CSA and offer insights into finding a path toward healing. With strength and compassion, Rena shares how you or someone you love can make that healing journey by changing your direction.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit www.ChangeYouChoose.com.
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