SORT BY Relevancy
Our goal at the Yehudah Project is to establish open communication and build a bridge with love to combat the negative spirits that attempt to attack our men and women through hatred and division. We want to recognize and appreciate each other through love, support and accountability while taking responsibility for our behaviors and actions.
STOP the abusive dialog between our Hebrew men and our Hebrew women, because we are experiencing the same identical hardships today and we need to heal each other with love.
It is mandated by YHWH for us to come together and pray: we are a nation of people with dual nationalities and we have to open dialog as a nation to prepare ourselves and our families for the changes that are about to happen according to the Word. Children are won through the union of the man and the woman. Let’s remember our children learn what they live!
STOP ABUSING EACH OTHER AND LET’S TALK!
Join Women Warriors on Wed August 13th at Noon ET as we learn about “How to Break the Cycle of Abuse” with our special guest Marilyn Hawes, Founder of the child protection charity - Enough Abuse UK – breaking the cycle – changing lives. Learn what you can do to help break the cycle of abuse.
As a teacher Marilyn attended many courses on Child Protection and asks why none of them gave information on how to recognize “grooming” in order to protect children. This remains the case today with many courses. The ability to recognize “grooming” is an essential learnable skill. Her three sons were victims of sexual grooming and abuse by their Head teacher, her boss and best friend of 20 years.
Marilyn regularly speaks to the Media, public, organizations, schools, conferences, parents and children across the UK to break the culture of silence and resistance and to educate people with correct, relevant and vital information to prevent child sexual abuse. She is well known for her strong, pragmatic views. Her empathy and friendly approach reaches out encouraging people to address the issues by raising their understanding which makes for a safer future for children and their families.
Marilyn has been involved in many TV programs such as ‘Judges in the Dock’ with Mark Easton from BBC. She has appeared on BBC “ Songs of Praise “ and is regularly involved with BBC News, Radio 5 Live, SKY news, Press and others. She passionately believes victims need not make their childhood abuse a life sentence – with appropriates therapy and support systems they can thrive - not merely survive! To learn more visit her website, www.enoughabuseuk.com.
Iris and Priya return for another candid conversation about women entering the wisdom years of 60! Join us for another engaging conversation about things we often do not really talk about in public, at least honestly and openly. Todays episode is about "happy to be single". So many of us women are single in our midlife. In a culture that is fixated on being in relationship as the only path to fulfillment for a woman, being single can be a real challenge. The big one is being alright with being single in the face of all of the negative conditioning that we have grown up with that tells us that we are not ok if we are not together with someone aka "Married". Once we get over that big hurdle and settle into ourselves then there are the questions of how to get our social, sexual and intimacy needs met. It takes a village of the sisterhood to break through the viels that keep us isolated, alone and in despair about our being single. Let's move through it together so that we can celebrate our lives as sovereign women loving oursleves and eachother!
Tune in and support Ms.Jenny Williams. Jennie will share her story with us in hopes of, helping other women to get OUT of their situation. I read an interesting article from the Huffington written by- Alanna Vagianos. This is ALARMING
The number of American troops killed in Afghanistan and Iraq between 2001 and 2012 was 6,488. The number of American women who were murdered by current or ex male partners during that time was 11,766. That's 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 abuse, emotional abuse or a combination of all three.
I will continue to use my platform to give anyone a voice to speak out and to help others.
Smart Quiz Question/What happened on September 11, 2001?
Who are the biggest sexual predators, women or men?
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Laurie Purcell from Bay Shore, New York. Her abuse was physical, sexual, and emotional. The neglect she experienced is a large part of the reason she's lived most of her life in full leg braces .. from being thrown out a second story window when she was 4 yrs old. She says, "From the abuse I died 3 times. Heaven is wonderful, but God wasn't ready for me. The second trip took me 4 years to recover from. I have anoxia, brain damage due to lack of oxygen. That effects my memory. I got to the point of realizing I couldn't recover relearn everything." But Laurie's resilient, if nothing else. "I was with the Guardians Of the Children for 4 years, until they shut our chapter down. Crushed, but that didn't stop me from spreading awareness of child abuse through my story." She goes on, "I am passionate about this cause," adding, "In my photos on Facebook you will find picture after picture of the extent I go to for the kids." In addition there are 4 or 5 videos on her timeline. "If you watch one, or all of them, you will find out who I am," she points out. "I'm a warrior who will fight this battle to the end for the kids of today. My message: You can survive...and those of us who did owe it to our kids to save them from what we went through."
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Donna (Dee) Wood from West Virginia, a verbal abuse survivor (as both a child and adult) who says she would be honored to tell her story in the hope she could help others. The devastating effects of the abuse lasted for over forty years, through most of her life. The trauma she endured through her mother’s husband brought a partial amnesia. She writes, "I lived on a small farm in a remote part of southern West Virginia. I was a very introverted child, extremely fearful of strangers." Her mother's husband, who she and her brother always called by his first name, Quentin (never Daddy or Dad), had an intense dislike of people. She goes on, "He never talked to us, unless it was to criticize, intimidate or inflict some form of verbal abuse." He sometimes administered severe belt beatings, beyond the necessary punishable offence, if it indeed was an offense. Her childhood trauma led to a difficult life. But Dee's on a better path now. "If I had known that the problems in my life were due to a term referred to as child abuse earlier in my life," she says, "and if I'd received the appropriate counseling and therapy, then my life would have been much easier and better. Yet, I believe if I had not gone through the trauma of those years I would not be the person I am today." Now she's a person who is more accepting, compassionate and understanding of others who have suffered and still suffer from different types of abuse. "I thank the Lord Almighty for answering my prayers to be whole," Dee writes. "I am still recovering, but I feel a lot more whole today."
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
This week Cindy & I speak with Breanna Elliott from Yarrawonga, Australia. She's the winner of the Symetra Tours - Fuccillo KIA Championship at Capital Hills in Albany, NY.
Later were joined by Jon Stabler - Co-Founder and Co-Owner of SportPsych, Inc.
Here's more about Jon:
Co-Founder and Co-Owner of SportPsych, Inc. doing business as GolfPsych since 1990. Co-Author, “The Eight Traits of Champion Golfers” with Dr. Deborah Graham. Inventor of the Mind Meter for golf, biofeedback for more effective coaching on the course. GolfPsych is the only mental game training system in golf based on Tour level research, studies of the LPGA, PGA Tour and Champions Tour players. Together Jon and Deborah have worked with over 380 Tour Players over 30 years now. 21 clients have won 31 majors. Conducting monthly mental game training schools near San Antonio. Retired from traveling on Tour.
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