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    in Self Help

    THE LOVE HUB SHOW is a FREE, live radio show for you to call in and GET ADVICE on the things you are struggling with from the host Denny Morales and Mirasha Renee as well as from THE AUDIENCE!! This is a way for us all to HELP EACH OTHER, reminding us that we are never alone. No question is so small or big and no topic is off limits! 


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  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1200

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    Tonight's special guest is Megan (Meg) Sartor from Queesland, Australia. She and her sister molested by their stepfather, who was prosecuted for her sister while Meg's abuse was never considered.  Later she was assaulted by her maternal grandfather. Her mom didn't want to rock the boat, fearing she'd lose her inheritance. Meg has since gotten "historical justice" which she recommends. "I always knew from such a young age that my family were disappointed or regretted that I came into this world," Megan says, "I can remember my parents treated us kids very differently," she goes on, "I was not loved like a child should be." After her parents divorced her nightmare began. Meg's mother went thru a rebellious stage. She had many boyfriends, and one in particular turned Mega's world upside down. After a period of time grooming her while bathing, he started to be a regular visit to her bedroom late at night. Then he began sexually abusing her at virtually every opportunity, behind her mother's back. "The school knew what was going on," Meg says, "as I had confessed why I felt so sick. I guess Sister Therese Ann and Sister Sarah just didn't know how to deal with it." Her childhood traumas set her up to have a tumultuous and often tragic adulthood, filled with inappropriate relationships, bad decisions and suicide attempts. But she hopes that's behind her. "For now I'm trying to stay positive. I have my ups and downs but with everything I have dealt with and it's all been on my own, Meg writes. "One day I will be able to share a home with my man, maybe have the wedding that I so longed for, the one that I dreamed of as a little girl. One day someone will want me forever." 

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1198

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    Tonight's special guest is Jennifer Martinez from Garland, Texas. "I speak to groups of individuals regarding Child sexual abuse and my personal experience with this topic," she says. "It is my passion to motivate and inspire individuals who struggle with anger and forgiveness." Jennifer was sexual abused by her older cousin from age of 3 to 11. She never told anyone, and grew up troubled and tormented by her past. She secretly hated her mother for not protecting her. Jennifer had her first child at 16 and was pregnant again by the age of 19 years old, and attempted shortly after her second child was born. A Psychiatrist diagnosed her with bipolar disorder which was then called "manic depression." At her very first family therapy session Jennifer told her mother what her nephew had done to her, and she found out that her cousin had tried to sexual abuse her sisters, too. Years later Jennifer found out that her aunts husband had been sexually abusing her abuser. By the time she was 25 Jennifer was a single mother of five children. After many highs and lows, feelings of guilt, hopelessness, hatred, unforgiveness and several suicide attempts, Jennifer decided enough was enough. She wanted to learn how to control her episodes in order to give her children a chance at life. Jennifer obtained her Bachelor’s degree in psychology and a Master’s degree in counseling. She currently works for the State of Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative services as a vocational rehabilitation counselor and counsels and guides individuals with disabilities daily. Jennifer plans on entering the psychology Doctoral program in the fall.

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1199

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    SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison, Tracy Baxter, and Eugenea Couture, Canadian activists from British Columbia, will join Bill Murray to lead this evening's discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America. TONIGHT'S TOPIC: "Child Support - Who Really Benefits?" Join us tonight as we discuss this very contentious issue. Our governments are making money off our most vulnerable children and families are facing financial abuse in the name of 'child support'. We will be speaking with parents tonight about the many ways the government abuses this revenue stream they have created and how they are now fighting back to stop the profit off of our children and families and the archaic and brutal ways this has been enforced. Christopher Bruce, host of the talk show America's Deadly Sins, will be joining us and Angela Borths will be back. We'll also have advocates Spike Gardener and Bobby Dickerson. Myalisa, a mother from Alberta, Canada, will join us, too. She's been publicly fighting to stop the government child support clawbacks. So has Anupam Kakkar from Ontario, Canada, who's suing the government in a class action. ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: naasca.forourkids@gmail.com

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1196

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    Tonight's special guest is Rachel Grant from San Francisco, a returning NAASCA family member, counselor and Sexual Abuse and Trauma Recovery Coach at Rachel Grant Coaching. Abused as a child by her grandfather in Oklahoma, Rachel now holds an M.A. in Counseling Psychology. She provides a compassionate and challenging approach for her clients while using coaching as opposed to therapeutic models to help survivors of childhood sexual abuse let go of the pain of abuse and finally feel normal. As Rachel says, "What you think, you create!" She brings to the table a passionate belief that her clients do not have to remain trapped or confronted daily by the thoughts or behaviors that result from abuse. For her, how we are relating to others is crucial to improving the overall quality of our lives. Her program, Beyond Surviving, has been specifically designed to change the way we think about and heal from abuse. Rachel writes, "The Beyond Surviving program is based on what I have learned through my own journey of recovery from sexual abuse, my study of neuroscience, and my training in counseling psychology. I have given much thought to the structure and content of the program so that my clients can reach the recovery goals they set in a way that is approachable and straightforward." She goes on to explain, "We use my guidebook, Beyond Surviving: The Final Stage in Recovery from Sexual Abuse as the roadmap for our work. Each month, we cover a few of the lessons from the guidebook and I bring in additional reflections and exercises for each session." "Ultimately," she points out, "you are in the driver's seat and we prioritize our work based on your needs."

  • 00:28

    St. Dominic Savio - the teenage Saint

    in Religion

    Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org

    Born into a peasant family at Riva, Italy, young Dominic joined St. John Bosco as a student at the Oratory in Turin at the age of 12. He impressed John with his desire to be a priest and to help him in his work with neglected boys. A peacemaker and an organizer, young Dominic founded a group he called the Company of the Immaculate Conception which, besides being devotional, aided John Bosco with the boys and with manual work. All the members save one, Dominic, would in 1859 join John in the beginnings of his Salesian congregation. By that time, Dominic had been called home to heaven.

    As a youth, Dominic spent hours rapt in prayer. His raptures he called "my distractions." Even in play, he said that at times "It seems heaven is opening just above me. I am afraid I may say or do something that will make the other boys laugh." Dominic would say, "I can't do big things. But I want all I do, even the smallest thing, to be for the greater glory of God."

    Dominic's health, always frail, led to lung problems and he was sent home to recuperate. As was the custom of the day, he was bled in the thought that this would help, but it only worsened his condition. He died on March 9, 1857, after receiving the Last Sacraments. St. John Bosco himself wrote the account of his life.

    Some thought that Dominic was too young to be considered a saint. St. Pius X declared that just the opposite was true, and went ahead with his cause. Dominic was canonized in 1954.

    His feast day is March 9th.

  • Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1197

    in Self Help

    Q & A Night - You'll suggest the themes for tonight's show, which will involve any topic from the world of public safety, violence prevention, and child abuse and trauma. Special co-host Dr. Debra Warner, Psy.D., a Los Angeles based Forensic Psychologist will lead the discussion. ~~ NAASCA is pleased to announce that Debra will be making regular special co-host appearances on upcoming Tuesday night question-and-answer style community participation shows. An educator and violence prevention expert, Dr. Warner will assist SCAN host and NAASCA founder Bill Murray field questions and lead a variety of topic discussions suggested by our call-in participants. Debra's understanding of the issues of child abuse and trauma spring not only from a professional perspective, but also from a personal one. Multiple members of her own family have been victims of predators. She'll share how she's participated in their struggle with surviving and thriving. ~~ Everyone's invited to engage on tonight's show .. on the phone or in SCAN's ever-present community chat room. ~~ Please visit our website: www.NAASCA.org

  • 01:00

    The Life of Love Radio Show with Lakisha & Special Guest Min. Kristal Goldthrip

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                                     SPECIAL GUEST KRISTAL GOLDTHRIP

                            Life Of Love L.O.L will inspire you to Laugh, Live and Love!

                                        ****LISTEN LIVE  TOMORROW AT 12:00p(est)****

    Do you have a prayer request? Email LifeOfLoveLol@gmail.com Don't forget to Follow us on Instagram @_LifeOfLoveLol and Facebook: LifeOfLoveLol

  • 00:29

    Life Of Love Bible Study with Lakisha Thomas

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                        Recharge and Refuel on theWord of God in 30 minutes or less.

                                        ****LISTEN LIVE  TONIGHT AT 8:30p(est)****

    Do you have a prayer request? Email LifeOfLoveLol@gmail.com Don't forget to Follow us on Instagram @_LifeOfLoveLol and Facebook: LifeOfLoveLol

  • 00:35

    When Is It Safe To Date After Narcissistic Abuse? Part 1

    in Relationships

    Do you feel like it's time to start dating again but you are worried and confused about how to choose someone that's right for you?

    You may be struggling to trust others, and you may have lost your ability to put yourself out there in a comfortable and confident way. 

    Dating again after narcissistic abuse can be a minefield of confusion and pain if you decide to date too early. You must accept that fact that narcissistic abuse isn’t like a normal relationship breakdown in that there is many things you need to work on before it’s safe to put yourself back into the dating game.

    In this show I’m going to share exactly when it’s safe to date again and how you can get there.

  • 00:33

    When Is It Safe To Date After Narcissistic Abuse? Part 2

    in Relationships

    In Part One of this series we were looking at the essentials of self-partnering, as well as the understanding that we will always attract, be attracted to and accept the people who match our own levels of self-love.

    When we start to understand that people don’t treat us the way we profess to treat others, but rather identical to the ways we treat and feel about ourselves – we know that an “outer” relationship can never give us ourselves; all it can ever do is reflect back more of the authentic love we already are or aren’t being.

    This radio show, Part 2, is a deep exploration into “how we show up” whilst dating, and the differences between someone who is self-partnered in their body and someone who isn’t. If you truly wish to get to a place of radiant safety, and the absolute permission to love and be yourself, and have a special other meet you at that level – then please listen to this radio show.