• 00:34

    Incest

    in Women

    Incest: and personal experience

  • 01:58

    INCEST PREVENTION: DO WE NEED IT?

    in Religion

    Intimate relations with relatives. Is it sin? Did the Bible ever allow it, and if so, does it now? Are there stresses and disorders that come about from incest? And if so, does the gender or race in the family matter? All this and more, next, on the EYIC Radio Network airing Sunday, 6/1/14 from 8pm to 10pm EST. The call in number is (949) 272-9514; press 1 to speak with host. You can also listen from your computer http://tobtr.com/s/6922005 To visit us on Facebook, please log onto https://www.facebook.com/darrin.chapman.581

  • 00:27

    Incest, In Your Family?

    in Family

    Dr. Cathy Reimers, Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and co-host Jennifer Russello, parent in New Jersey, continue the tough discussion on predators looking to exploit and sexually abuse our children, specifically predators in the child’s own family committing “incest”.  On our last show, we talked about the recent horrendous reports of children being abused and exploited by those in authority; teachers, coaches, priests, Scout leaders, even police officers.  Today we are going to talk about how more than half of all children who are sexually abused are abused by a parent or other relative.  Incest, or “familial abuse” is occurring at an increasingly shocking rate more than most people could imagine. Families have become experts at keeping such secrets. Join us to discuss how to recognize the signs of incest, how to protect our children, and how to help those who have been abused come forward.  A predator may be living in your home and it’s time that you know.

  • 02:01

    Breaking The Silence: Author Gwen Rolle Reveals The Trauma of Incest

    in Women

    It's that shameful little secret that families won't talk about. It's the pain that caused teenage daughter's drug habit. It's the hurt that prompts teenage son's alcohol binges. It's that horrifying thing that's happening but no one dares discuss. Incest. In her book Breaking The Silence, Gwendolyn Mae Rolle reveals her story of overcoming incredible childhood abuse and rising to become a prolific speaker, teacher, author, inventor, designer, and evangelist, capturing audiences with her unique style of delivery. She discusses the importance of forgiveness, of oneself and others, in order to begin the process of healing

  • 02:06

    Episode 1634 - The Curse of Tamar - Deliverance from Rape and Incest Spirits

    in Spirituality

    Episode 1634 - The Curse of Tamar - Deliverance from Rape and Incest Spirits


    Recorded LIVE Thu 7-10-2014 on Omega Man Radio
    www.omegamanradio.com


    Minister Carla Butaud 
    Email her at: carlabutaud@gmail.com
    More audios avail at Lake Hamilton Bible Camp: lhbconline.com/carla-butaud/

  • 01:32

    Emotional Incest

    in Blogs

    A women divorces after many years of marriage. Realizing she is now without another adult in the home, she turns to her 12 year old son and says, “You are all I have now.”
    In another scenario, a father prepares to go on a business trip. Just before hopping a cab to the airport, he looks at his 7 year old boy and says, “You’re the man of the house while I am away. Take care of your mother.”
    In still another home, 15 year old boy’s mother spends a lot of time telling him she is unhappy with his father; that she is always lonely and left to care for everything on her own. She is so thankful for her son, her “secret confidant.” He feels important and does what he can to make her feel better. He also learns to hate his father.
    Parentification and emotional incest is a common theme in many dysfunctional homes. It often begins when a mother, who is supposed to be the caretaker of her child, reverses the roles and makes the child responsible for her emotional needs. It is a subtle and often overlooked form of child abuse. 

  • 01:00

    Judge Says Incest May No Longer Be Taboo & Will Obama Be Impeached?

    in Religion

    The blurring of the lines of normalcy is happening all over the world and sadly, today we have more reports declaring that sexual sin may be normalized even more.


    Today we look at a fascinating news item coming out of Australia where a judge claims that incest may not longer be "taboo" and that adult siblings should have the right to be together if they feel like it.


    Also, is Glenn Beck acting really "Christian" by wanting to help the illegals who are coming over the border and of course we're going to talk about Sarah Palin calling for Obama's impeachment and Boehner's backpeddling on it!

  • 01:45

    Illicit Sex – The Story of Accidental Incest

    in Religion

    What parent in their right mind would ever dream of engaging in sex of any type with their child?  And what child is not undeniably disgusted by the thought of anything remotely resembling sexual contact with their parents?  I know your answer is none, no one, not one soul desires to have sex with their parent or child.  So how is it that a parent and a child, both of them sane, are involved sexually and apparently can’t get enough of the illicit loving?  How can sex have such an overpowering effect on the participants that they are willing to violate God’s law in abominable fashion and feel helpless to do so in the process?  There is such a story in a Strawberry Letter from the Steve Harvey Morning Show.  That story is the topic of conversation in The Virtual Living Room.  Listen in, call in, this will be interesting conversation.


    We air programs on Blog Talk Radio at the following times: Sun 2:00pm, Mon 8:00pm, Tue 8:00pm, Wed 7:00pm, Thu 8:00pm, Fri 7:00pm & Sat 9:00am.  All times are Eastern Standard Time.

  • 02:00

    Conceived in Incest

    in Culture

    Kristi Hofferber and Patricia Gazzaneo Casey share their personal stories of being conceived in incest. Precious lives that testify that ALL life is valuable.

    Tayhise Martinez was raped from the age of two and became pregnant at 12 by her father. She placed her daughter for adoption. Hear her story. It's not what you think.

  • 01:46

    INCEST,RAPE AND KINKY SEX

    in Radio

    WHAT DOES INCEST,RAPE AND KINKY SEX HAVE IN COMMON? TONIGHT 07/03/2013 AT 10:30PM EST. A SPECIAL RETURNING GUEST, DEBORRAH COOPER, WILL JOIN ME(DELICIOUS)AND MY CO-HOST'S RHEA AND DANNIE.WE WILL DISCUSS THE SUBJECT MATTER OF THE TOPIC INCEST,RAPE AND KINKY SEX.WHAT DO THEY ALL HAVE IN COMMON? THEY ALL SHARE THE SAME COMMON DENOMINATOR,SEXUAL ABUSE. IT'S GOING TO BE INTENSE.  MUST BE 18+ TO LISTEN.AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION ENCOURAGED. LOG IN CREATE AN ACCOUNT TO CHAT IN THE CHAT ROOM. CALL IN WITH YOUR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS#646 -652-2877. THIS IS ONE SHOW YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS. ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE A VICTIM OR SURVIVOR...

  • 02:57

    Incest & The Fabricated Childhood Family Fairytale Of Denial

    in Family

    Look, I understand that this is not an easy thing to deal with and it can appear that the best way to deal with it is to not acknowledge it at all.
    But the wounds of the heart cannot be dealt with if one never acknowledges that they exist in the first place and this is why we have so many individuals who actually hold on to the toxicity that they aren't at fault for creating all because of that secret monster in the family that cared not for their loved one in a decent righteous manner.
    So now we have the reactionary personal issues that cause us to deal in our present life in a very dysfunctional way because of what we were to afraid to declare to our families because we possibly didn't want to be labeled as the trouble maker or the one to burst the illusion of the picture perfect family that everyone thought you all were.
    While every situation is different, the feelings that it imposes on an incest victim will usually be the same.
    The sense of guilt, shame, suicidal thoughts, violation, outbursts of anger and depression are simply a few of the symptoms that one will feel in a very intense manner if not dealt with in a professional manner.
    Little girls and little boys whose trust in a relative has been broken will usually feel that it is their fault when they look back on what happened and many times turn their anger in on themselves by self medicating to get away from the pain of what happened or acting out on someone else who is helpless the acts that were inflicted on them which only further causes a ripple effect of pain to another innocent victim.

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