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Have you noticed how more and more people are becoming heroes by surviving tragedy, disease, abuse and other dramas? Please join us in offering you a different perspective on victimhood.
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What is a "Victim Mentality"?
What should you do if you (or someone you know) has this mentality?
How will it affect you?
How can you get UN-stuck so you can move forward into a VICTOR-IOUS mindset!
All this and more in the next segment of Journey to the Promised Land
In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not (i.e., they are a myth, fallacy or even a lie). The topic for this episode is, “You are not a helpless victim.”
“: not protected : not able to defend yourself : unable to do something to make a situation, task, etc., better or easier : not able to be controlled” Helpless. (n.d.). Retrieved May 31, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/helpless
Learned helplessness definition?
“[L]earned helplessness, in psychology, a mental state in which an organism forced to bear aversive stimuli, or stimuli that are painful or otherwise unpleasant, becomes unable or unwilling to avoid subsequent encounters with those stimuli, even if they are “escapable,” presumably because it has learned that it cannot control the situation. […]Seligman coined the term learned helplessness to describe the expectation that outcomes are uncontrollable. [...P]rior learning can result in a drastic change in behaviour and seeking to explain why individuals may accept and remain passive in negative situations despite their clear ability to change them.” Learned helplessness. (2014). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/1380861/learned-helplessness
"Optimistic people tend to interpret troubles as transient, controllable, and specific to one situation. Pessimistic people, in contrast, believe that their troubles last forever, undermine everything they do and are uncontrollable.” http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-02-19/features/sns-201302191830--tms--pagliarictnrp-a20130219-20130219_1_negativity-state-lotteries-helplessness
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"Why does this always happen to me?" "Why don't things ever work out for me?" "They never listen to me." "How much more can I take of this?" Most of us have experienced having a victim mentality at some point in our lives. It's time to SNAP OUT OF IT! This toxic thinking shapes and influences your feelings and actions, causing you to only see the negative in life. Join us for this great discussion where Bonnie Kelly gives us some tips and tools to silence the internal negativity, and bring you into empowerment. C'mon - it's time to snap out of it!
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Sometimes we are so use to being a victim we become stuck in that role but you have the power to remove yourself from whatveer unfortunate situation you are in. No one can hold you there afterawhile. #forgivenessheals www.sharisarobertson
When a sudden tragedy occurs, like homicide, many surviving loved ones go on to do great things in memory of the one they lost. Jessalyn Dorsey is one such person.
Executive Director of Crime Victims Advocacy Council in Atlanta, GA, Jessalyn Dorsey lost her only child in 1999 to a senseless murder during a teen party. Not only was she unprepared for such a loss, as any mother would be, the event was life changing.
Often we see surviving victims who find the fortitude and courage to stand up and make changes in our system regarding crime victims. Jessalyn, through CVAC has taken the challenge and has given assistance to a growing population of victims who need help. Whether it be emotional support, or guidance through the justice system, CVAC provides much needed resources to community members facing a very uncertain and confusing time.
"CVAC is dedicated to preventing crime and assisting crime victims and their families and communities in Georgia through quality education, advocacy, counseling, and legislative initiatives," says their mission statement.
Shattered Lives Radio host, Donna R. Gore and Jessalyn Dorsey have much in common in their quest to better the lives of crime victims and upholding their rights.
Jessalyn Dorsey is a Certified Victim Advocate and over the years has served in varied positions in the CVAC organization; Volunteer (2001-2004), Vice-President (2004), President (2005-2008), Advisory Board Member (2009-2012), Support Groups Facilitator/Volunteer Coordinator (2013-present), and most recently was appointed Executive Director. In addition, she facilitates two support groups each week to educate victims on their rights and to help them cope and heal from the grief after a homicide.
Hi angels Tonight Diane and I are discussing the bully or control freak in your relationship and how you can create abundance in love relationships. We will also share with you what angel/ascended master you can call on if you choose to help you with your mate now or your future mate you want to attract.
All of us will be a victim at some point in our lives; it may be in business or in our personal lives but it's bound to happen. What do we do to break free from the fear and victim mentality that often creep in as a result of these seemingly powerless moments. Our special guest Stephanie Payne Mcbride of the One Woman One Voice Project will be providing us with tools to grow from our hard victim experiences so we may step forward into the blissful experiences that are awaiting us. Tune in and be a victim no more!
Stephanie is a Board Certified Life Coach and the founder of the One Woman One Voice Project. Stay connected with her at http://onewomanonevoiceproject.com.
No one is arguing that Donald Sterling is not a racist. But in some respects, he could be the victim of a crime, according to our informed not inflamed legal expert Ken Lakin.
“In California it is illegal, a misdemeanor for not getting consent of both parties.”
There is still a question about whether Sterling had given consent or he knew he was being recorded. In another segment, Ken Lakin says despite being a victim, he thinks Sterling could still lose the team.
Ken Lakin is our informed Not inflamed legal expert. His website is www.lakinslaw.com
So the first corollary to acknowledging is do we create reality by our consciousness? Do we have the responsiblity for the reality we create? Are we we victims at the mercy of circumstances? The victim mentality is nothing new are is it? What is happening to human society? is it your respponsibility are someone else? Who is to blame ? Listen in on the Show Psychic World / with your Host Das. email your questions to email@example.com . Thank You
I AM NOT A LAWER AND I DONT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE .THIS IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE ONLY.
PLEA BARGAINING. .ROUGHLY 90% OF ALL CRIMINAL CASES RESOLVE THROUGH THE PROCESS OF A PLEA BARGAIN
IS THIS A CRIME IN ITS SELF ?
IS THIS A UNNECESSARY EVIL ?
WHO IS THE CRIMINAL ? IS THE CRIMINAL NOW THE VICTIM ? IS MONEY THE ONLY TO FREEDOM ?
IF YOU ARE A VICTIM OF THIS CRIME WE WOULD LIKE TO HEAR YOUR STORY SO CALL IN AND TELL US .
An Angel of Mercy (Big Pharma) is a rare type of offender. Awakening community as to the distructive power of Big Pharma: causes, effects and overall solutions. The Angel of Mercy may decide the victim would be better off if they no longer suffered from whatever severe illness is plaguing them.
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