SORT BY Relevancy
Physical Violence and Domestic Abuse Are not exclussively to having female victims! Men are significantly abused and victims of physical violence OFTEN in relationships by their female counterpart! We REALLY have to elevate our level and methodology towards EDUCATING ALL PEOPLE to the down sides of #PhysicalViolence and #DomesticAbuse We must STOP SETTING OUR WOMEN UP with the ignorant notion and cindiotoning that they can merely violently act on thier emotional empulses of dislike and distain, etc!!! This will significantly help our society as a whole, vs just the "battered women of the country"!
Make sure you CHeck out the archive from this show...
Abusive behavior in relationships is a common problem. This series on such behaviors will help you to evaluate the abuse level in your past or present relationship.
Abuse is any behavior that is designed to control and subjugate another human being through the use of fear, humiliation, and verbal or physical assaults.
Day 5: Physical Abuse
Physical abuse is an act of another party involving contact intended to cause feelings of physical pain, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm. The root cause of emotional and psychological difficulties later in later are often attributed to physical abuse.
If you are concerned about your relationship please seek local professional assistance.
New Life Pastoral Counseling www.newlifepastoralcounseling.com in Long Beach, CA
This is a special episode of Stilettos and Convos where Miss Lee discusses Mental and Physical Abuse in relationships. Miss Lee dives deep into the mind of the abusive parties and abused parties in a relationship.
Its the home of the conversation! Stilettos and Convos w/Miss Lee is a show that will give you music, information, interviews with guests from Faith Evans to Nicci Gilbert to Donell Jones, and HOT Convo about topics that matter to your life.
Miss Lee and her Co-Hosts know how to motivate conversation. Tune into Stilettos and Convos Every Week for exclusive segments!
1st Monday's: The Elements w/ Keiara Monèt,
2nd Monday's: Poets and Convos w/ Marcu Omari,
3rd Monday's: Rhythm and Vibes Mix w/ DJ Amaze, and
4th Monday's: Footprints and Convos w/ Meek Love!
Join the convo with Miss Lee, T and the crew!
in Self Help
There are several ways that one can be abused, mentally, emotionally, psychologically and verbally. A myth is that you are not being abused unless physical evidence is proven.
However, the emotional damage that can come from the abuses that are not physical can be devastating and hard to prove for victims of abuse. What can you do?
Let's talk about it....
when is enough is enough after suffering from abuse?
can you find a good soul mate on the net?
is married overrated?
how much time in a relationship before you know this aint the man/woman i want to be?
what makes a successful relationship?
can social media destroy a relationship?
How do you keep yourself safe in an increasingly violent culture? Physical strength is a helpful part of becoming empowered. As a woman, being fit and healthy help us to have the self-esteem and energy to stay aware of danger that may threaten our well-being. Even more important than that, though, is the proper mind set and tools for keeping ourselves safe. Do you know the 4 survival rules for self-defense? Our guest, former police woman Elsie Allen, will give share those and discuss why having a confident attitude takes you off the “victim” list. She will also discuss how to select a good self-defense course.
Join us on Beyond Abuse Radio this Saturday at noon, Pacific Time to become better equipped to walk confidently through your days as an empowered, thriving survivor.
Elsie Allen is the founder and CEO of Sisters S.O.S. (Supernaturally Overcoming Situations) and a frequent voice on the subject of Women's Personal Safety. For the past 20 years, Ms. Elsie has captivated audiences of both men and women from all walks of life with her safety workshops, Concealed Handgun License classes, and as a keynote inspirational speaker. Prior to establishing Sisters S.O.S., Elsie served the city of Fort Worth, TX as a police officer for seven years. She is keenly devoted to her calling, and well known by many for her passion, knowledge, enthusiasm, humor and sensitivity about personal safety matters. She is the survivor of two personal Domestic Violence relationships and takes great joy in empowering others for personal safety.
HAPPY HUMP DAY #IAMMERADIO! We are back for another informative and exciting show! We are expecting tonights show to be one that everyone needs to listen to.Tonight, Wednesday October 15th, our guest will be Dr. Demtrial Hill Cannady, and she will share her expertise in Single Parenting in the African American community and its affects, as well as the affects of mental illness in our familes. #Ibeauty, #MissSweetHeat, and #Tiff also known as #THEBEAUTIESOFIAMMEUNIVERSITY will also share the affects of some types of discipline that may lead to domestic abuse later down the road. Dont miss our healthaand Beauty tips, and of course wwe will not forget to tickle your funny bone! So stay tuned as we hit a few hot topics, our #IAMMEMOMENTS , #WHODOESTHATMOMENTS and of course the #INSPIRATIONALCORNER. Please tune in by logging in to www.blogtalkradio.com/IAMMERADIO or call in to 845-241-9898. See you there! #Iammeradio
To learn more about who we are please visit our webite at www.Iammeuniversity.com and join our membership of Ladies taking over the world from the inside out!
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Mary E Graziano from Hamilton, Ontario, a child abuse survivor and member of the NAASCA family. Mary is Assistant Director at Abuse Survivors and Victims United, where she's been pairing up her poetry with the work of artist Michal Madison. She describes herself as an independent advocate for child abuse. She's very active in sometimes "secret" groups on Facebook and a member of Protecting Canadian Children and a member and volunteered at Butterfly Dreams Abuse and Recovery. Ms Graziano is a writer / poet / blogger, writing poetry about child abuse and trying to transmit the message that child abuse is wrong, stressing that we as adults need to be the voices for those who can't speak, the abused and traumatized child-victims. Her BLOG (http://www.nippercats.blogspot.com) is about her own child abuse. She says, "I started writing back in 2008, but now as a survivor I write about children in general." Mary works in an elementary school, assisting in the classroom with a teacher, and is an Educational Assistant for children with special needs. Mary writes, "Helping them do their work, teaching them skills they will need later in life. I have been doing this job for 25 years." and this is showing up as a new job, sorry about that everyone.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Brittney Bray, a returning NAASCA family member from New Jersey. A survivor of child abuse who was removed from her family as a teen, she was eventually able to take advantage of the CASA SHaW facility in Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties, and is now enjoying life in recovery. At the age of 15 she was taken away from her family due to her parents' drug abuse and her father's physical abuse towards her. She experienced about 8 different placements from the age of 15 till the age of 16. She was involved with many organizations, including the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). At the age of 17 she had her first child. At 18 she married the baby's father and became independent. After her son was born, she was faced with opposition from the child welfare system which did not believe she could succeed as a mother. CASA SHaW was there to support and defend her, helping her to retain custody of her baby. Brittney says, "I have tried to make the best from my difficult past. I am thankful to CASA for continuing to be supportive to me. Today I am 23, I live in my own home, I have 2 healthy and happy children, and I have been happily married for 5 years. I work, and I am planning to go back to school. My parents are in my life, and the relationship I have with them is stronger than ever now. We've all made it to the other side of a bad time."
Sometimes the memories are too much to hold inside. Sometimes the pain just gets too big. Medicating our pain as survivors of child sexual abuse is one way to survive.
But as long as we are addicted, we will never thrive. Addiction kills relationships, careers, healing and spiritual growth. Addiction takes the life out of us and returns the destruction of all we hold dear in exchange for killing the pain.
David Pittman, director of Together We Heal, knows both the pain of abuse AND the pain of addiction. And now he knows the joy of helping others get free from both. Join David and Misa as they bring hope for healing from addiction and child abuse.
Learn more about Together We Heal- http://together-we-heal.org/
Learn more about Misa Leonessa and her services- http://misacoach.com
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest host is Barbara Ochoa from San Francisco, a returning NAASCA family member who has been with us several times. That's because Barbara (aka Petra Luna) has a special mission, one which we share with her here at NAASCA. Each year for the past three years, Barbara has produced a series of events celebrating what's become known as Male Abuse Awareness Week (MAAW -- the first week of December). Each year, recognizing that young males have an especially tough time even talking about being abused as kids, Barbara reaches out to this frequently undeserved group with videos, music events, dance and special guest appearances (Help4Guys.org). She encourages victims of abuse to seek help, justice and recovery through her music and nonprofit organization, the P.Luna Foundation. Barbara will be joined tonight by her guests Patrick Donaldson and DeWayne Watts. Patrick is engaged in revealing Male Military Spouse abuse issues and manages the web site www.MachoSpouse.com. DeWayne is the author of several books including the novels "The Boy in The Wood" and "David's Mark" and writes a blog at www.DeWayneWatts.com, where one can keep up to date on all his current projects. Join us to discuss these and other issues pertaining to Male Abuse Awareness Week.
Join Host Live Chats
There are no live chats in progress