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Warrior Talk Radio will be addressing Military Sexual Trauma. I will be joined by both Ginny Branam Lee & Bill Minnix (co-hosting the show with me, both MST survivors). The show line up is going to be packed with information needed to BREAK THE STIGMA...
8:00 pm Ginny Branam Lee and Bill Minnix, MST Survivors
8:15 pm Joe Miller, Alaska GOP US Senate Nominee and founder Restoring Liberty
8:30 pm Sara Darehshori, Human Rights Watch, Report on "Embattled"
9:15 pm Geri and Michael Matthews, Justice Denied
Topics will include:
1. MST definition and statistics
3. The Military Justice Act
4. How to bring Congress together and educate them on these matters
5. Living with MST/PTSD/TBI
6. How the VA responds
7. Improvements for the VA to better handle MST Survivors
8. Stories from two MST survivors, Ginny Branam Lee and Bill Minnix
9. History and goals of Protect Our Defenders
10. Sara Darehshori and Human Rights Watch and her report "Embattled"
Please tune in at 8 pm Eastern on Tuesday, January 26th at http://www.WarriorTalkRadio.com
Testimonies of our prayer receivers who were healed of trauma caused by sexual experiences in the past. These experiences may have been as common as "playing doctor" as a child or as complicated as repeated sexual and physical abuse. They may have been raped, ambushed after school or harrassed by same sex attractions and may not have sinned in any way. Would you know how to pray to break the trauma of a wounding sexual experience? To restore the victim's God given purity and sexuality? How to pray for the guilty party who used another to meet their sexual needs? How to pray for the parents of the one in sexual sin?
THE FIELD REPORT: Medical care on and off the Field. We are featuring news stories around our Wounded Warriors and this is a unique chance for us to hear about MST firsthand from a U.S. Soldier in his own words. We will be interviewing Michael Fortune, someone who will help us better understand Military Sexual Trauma
Military sexual trauma (MST) is a real problem for both women and men. On this episode we'll focus on the female perspective. Did you know that research suggests 66% of women in the military report being sexually assualted? Or that 27% report being raped? Dr. Kim Dennis, CEO of Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center offers insights into what it takes and how you can overcome the negative effects of MST.
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.
Sexual abuse is, thankfully, no longer a taboo subject. Mary Ellen Mann, author, speaker, and counselor joins us to discuss her book and healing from sexual trauma.
Read her full BLOG article HERE.
In your private practice as a licensed clinical social worker, you specialize in trauma recovery. Talk to us about the trauma of sexual abuse and the devastating impact it can have on a person’s life.
From Pain to Power is a recovery manual for anyone who is struggling to overcome the trauma of sexual violation. How did your personal experiences drive the conception and inspiration for this book?
Sexual violation often carries with it, a stigma of guilt and shame. Explain how the title “Princess Warrior” encapsulates your perspective on the true identity of survivors of sexual abuse and assault.
What is LastBattle.org and how are you using the digital community to provide a safe, supportive place for Princess Warriors?
What role can the prayers and meditations play in leading someone through recovery? Why is it so crucial?
What are some of the signs women can look for to determine if a man is likely to be a predator?
What are some key indicators that it might be time to seek professional counseling?
How someone can get help if they have faced or are currently facing sexual abuse?
What advice would you give to someone who knows a friend or a family member who has been sexually abused? How can that person provide support and encouragement?
How early should parents start talking to their kids about the dangers of sexual predators? How can they educate their children on appropriate versus inappropriate behavior?
Where can we learn more about you and From Pain to Power?
Join host Dave Etter and assorted callers as we try and define what makes a good military spouse! Us guts do not have much in print on how to be that perfect partner while maintaining the standards set by the military branch we are forced to live with - so, what can we gleen from each other? This could get interesting, heated, nasty, sad, frustrating, fun.... who knows? You'll just have to listen and call in if it's during the live recording time!
MMSRS is a weekly 2-hour web-based call-in radio show (516-453-9167), hosted by Dave Etter, focusing on the needs of men married to serving military members, both men and women. Male Military Spouses are a small niche of military spouses, comprising of only 7%-8% of all military spouses. We feel left out, usually, at support functions - especially those designed with the spouses being identified as "wives"! We get cajoled at playgrounds where our kids play, from the mommies there who think we don't belong. We are proud SAHDs, who gave up our careers to follow our spouses as they dedicate thier lives to defend our country! Here, on this show, we come together and share beer recipes, diaper changing techniques, financial discoveries - manly things, for men! Typically airs Fridays at 9am CT, rated R for the cussing that can occur, and always available for download (podcast) immediately following each show.
January is a great time of year to take a deep breath and think about what you really want for 2016. However, after coaching clients for over a decade I often see people beating themselves up when it comes to setting goals. I should really lose weight, or I wish I made more money, and the list goes on. So if you are one of those people that forces yourself to think of a list of resolutions and dusty goals, lets spice things up and make it a lot more fun. We have some tips and tricks that will put you in the right mood to attract success. - Krista Wells, The Military Spouse Coach ®
Listen in today!
Despite the widespread availability of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) in the U.S., more than half of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the U.S. are not engaged in regular medical care. This show will discuss ways in which unaddressed trauma in the lives of PLHIV negatively impacts access to and engagement in care, further complicating health outcomes as a consequence. We will discuss intervention, and posits recommendations for further action. Our aims will be to offer high-impact structural intervention to facilitate healing from trauma, improve individual health outcomes, and provide tools for PLHIV to achieve their health goals.
Dr. Rita Spilken said, "since receiving our State of Missouri charter in 2005, we have been committed to the rehabilitation of men and women who, after returning from deployment go home to their loving husbands, wives, and children only to discover, not soon afterward, they are unable to stand the pressure of home life and leave because of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) experiences and/or Military Sexual Trauma (MST) only to become one more homeless statistic."
Most recently, this organization has become aware of, and very alarmed about, our brave young female soldiers who are being sexually assaulted and/or raped. In her 3/9/2010 article Female Soldiers: Forgotten Heroes Project, Kara O’ Connor, Villager staff writer wrote “Unfortunately, according to recent statistics, female veterans are becoming homeless faster than their male counterparts, and compared to females that have never served in the military, female veterans are 3.6 times more likely to become homeless.”
According to the U.S Census Bureau, from 2008 –present there are 1.8 million women in the military.
1 out of 5 female soldiers/veterans have been sexually assaulted and or/raped. (2)
“Women in the U.S. military are more likely to be raped by fellow soldiers than killed by enemy fire. I know what you are thinking – it sounds too unbelievable to be true. But it’s not”.
Here, in Missouri, as of 2008 – 2010, 38,000 females have joined the service and, are deployed.
Read the full article here: The Our House Foundation and join us tonight at 7:30 p.m. CST. Call (773) 897-6398.
It is a unique trauma when it is inflicted upon one human by another, or by another group of humans. It can be particularly devastating when a human being is violated by others of the same species. And we are pretty much singularly unique as a species in terms of perpetrating evil and conducting heinous acts with no other purpose other than dehumanization.
Rape. Murder. Abuse. Humiliation. Torture. Brutality. Heartlessness. Cruel authoritarianism. Misogyny. Mass violence. And countless other forms of anthropocentric evil; countless other types of vile dehumanization; countless other ways humans have learnt to inflict suffering upon each other and upon our non-human family.
The resulting trauma lasts a lifetime.
The pain and hurt is even tougher to deal with if we feel like justice, however we might define it, has not been served.
Considering how few of these incidents of trauma come to light and how most forms of “justice” are in the hands of some of the most unjust, traumatizing institutions this world has ever seen, such as the authoritarian state and its armed mercenaries, it’s safe to say that the overwhelming majority of trauma inflicted by humans upon other humans does not see true justice being served.
But that doesn’t mean we cannot heal. It doesn’t mean we cannot liberate ourselves. And it certainly doesn’t mean that your trauma has defeated you.
This piece is aimed at taking a step towards healing and liberating oneself from such trauma...
We're back with yet another day in the life of the happiest guy...my name is Sri. I'm a healer, wannabe writer, failed activist turned stand up comedian, and aspiring mama elephant. And I can't stop talking...
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In today's show we will be interviewing Luminessa Enjara, sex educator, author, Co-Director of The Somatic Sensual Healing Institute, and Founder/Director of the School of Womyn's Mysteries. Our topic is women'sempowerment through sexual healing. We will discuss Lminessa's work in assisting women in reconnecting with the source of their feminine power through a variety of ways.