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Melissa Holmes creator of Love Shouldn't Hurt is a Domestic Violence Awareness and Support Group. LSH is comprised of victims, survivors and supporters. After surviving Melissa Holmes is now an advocate for Domestic Violence. For 4 years LSH has encouraged,enhanced, empowered and elevated Domestic Violence awareneness online and in the community.
No matter how open you feel you are about sex, there are undoubtedly some things that you would think were unreasonable. The same is true for each person - only the lines differ. If your partner is squeamish about something, do not try to bluster past this because you feel it is unreasonable. Let it slide, and then later on when you are both relaxed bring up the situation, and ask what it is that bothers your partner about it. Discuss it, and you might get a better insight into what about it bothers your partner, and perhaps reach a compromise.
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Sexual violence is a significant problem in the United States. Sexual violence refers to "sexual activity where consent is not obtained or not given freely." This form of violence is both a public health and human rights problem; causing both short- and long-term consequences on a women's physical, mental, and sexual and reproductive health.
Sexual violence can occurs in the context of an intimate partnership, within one's family or community structure, or during times of national/political conflict, it is a deeply violating and painful experience for the survivor.
SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW: Edlyne Verna - Executive Director of Christians United Against Sexual Violence and Homophobia in Haiti
MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: Last Name: Christian by Bishop Kelley
Sue Ann our guest on Health Chat will discuss the challenges of loving and being married to an addict who was abusive. She will share her personal story of triumph, resilience, living through the yucky feelings of guilt and shame, dealing with all the logistical nightmares and keeping her kids safe. Our goal is to educate, empower and help any man or woman remember there is someone out in the world that believes in them and that there is support for them. If you need any help or support please feel free to call the National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE). If you are in an unsafe situation please call 911. We hope that this interview will give the listeners motivation to get help and other friends to lend better support. Don't panick; be strategic and don't isolate. Thanks for listening and sharing this very important message with others.
Please join us as we continue our exploration into trans-humanist culutral ontologies and how they can help us understand the phenomenology of violence and violence.
The number of American troops killed in Afghanistan and Iraq between 2001 and 2012 was6488 The number of American women who were murdered by current or ex male partners during that time was That's of11,776 nearly double the amount of casualties lost during war.
Women are much more likely to be victims of intimate partner violence with 85 percent of domestic abuse victims being women and 15 percent men. too many women have been held captive by domestic violence -- whether through physical abuse, financial&n
Church has been a place where people go to Praise and Worship God and to bring all your pain and problems. What happens when domestic violence shows up? This show will focus on what churches are doing to assist women and their families experiencing domestic violence. Guest on the show will be Dr. Stacie Otey-Scott, Executive Director of Community Wellness Center at Mount Lebanon Baptist Church affectionately known as the Mount. We may have other leaders of other churches joining us as well.
Program time: 8AM-10AM EST
A couple of weeks ago I met Lisa (alias) who just days before received her third and most violent beating from her "loving" husband. While we were talking she made the remark she wished she could get here story out to other women. She wanted other women to know they are not alone. I invited her to join us "In the Pickle Barrel". Lisa accepted the invitation and will be joining us Tuesday. Certified Counselor and Psychotherapist Lanada Williams and representatives of the Pee Dee Coalition (a support group for women and children suffering from violence in the home) will also be "In the Pickle Barrel" with us.
Join us as we tackle the this very serious topic. Let's see if we can answer questions such as 1) Why to these actions take place? 2) Why do women stay in homes where they experience such events? 3) Where can they find help? 4) How can we stop Child and Domestic Violence?
Join in the conversation and ask your questions in the on-line chat room. If you are a victim of Domestic Violence or know someone who is and want to share your story call 855-236-2486 on join us live on air.
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