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Speaking the truth to your family.
Telling your family that you were molested as a child is about the hardest part of breaking your silence. Many of us were molested by a family member who is respected and loved by most. You will begin to stack the reasons and excuses as to why you can’t or shouldn’t tell your family in your head and it sounds very reasonable in your head, but you know that it has to be done.
Breaking your silence to someone you trust is just opening the old infected wound and letting the poison out, but as adults we all know that our wound is not going to truly heal if we don’t let the doctor cut it open and clean it out completely. We are adults that were traumatized as children. We know better now. We are not little boys and girls and we have to set the example for others and show ourselves that we deserve being healthy and getting healing. We have to refuse to allow our molesters have power over us another day! You have to stop looking over your shoulder and walking on egg shells. This is what happened and it was not your fault and it is time to experience your life as it should be!
Monday - Release YOUR Pain
Let Go of YOUR Suffering
Break YOUR Silence
Monday’s show is dedicated to survivors who need to take that one step and reveal the truth. Please don’t think of this special step as being exposed to the world and fearing the worst from people if you tell us what happened to you as a child, but instead know that you have been traumatized enough. You never did anything wrong. You deserve and should demand that this load of crap that has been dumped on you be cleaned off of you and out of you!! This trauma is no longer yours!! Take your poisonous secret, put it in a bag and throw it in the trash. It is out, gone and never to return because you can’t be a victim ever again!!! He no longer has that power over you!!
It is very true that the damage that he or she has caused is very real and you probably feel tore up from the floor up, but that is just it! You are now able to heal. You have stopped the damage and the profuse bleeding and the painful recovery begins. The healing path is stretched as far as your eyes can see and in fact, the ending is never seen by our eyes, but the path is a different path. It is a life being surrounded by people who support us and we seek healthy people and make healthier choices.
Welcome! And it all begins with This One Step.
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Have you ever looked at a Facebook profile, and seen under the relationship status the word "Complicated?” Have you ever wondered what that meant? Perhaps it means that that relationship configuration was complex, involved, and full of drama! Nevertheless, for some, "complicated "works for them. Who are we to judge? Tonight, we are going to talk about relationships situations that work no matter how crazy...
Ladies have you ever wondered what men really think?
Have you ever tried to tap into the mind of a man on subjects of love, relationships or life itself?
What drives a man wild?
Is the sex good enough?
Have you been in the relationship too long?
Can a man stay faithful?
Why would a man cheat with a woman less attractive?
What drives a man up the wall?
What makes a man commit to a woman?
What can a woman do to make sex better?
When do men know they are in love?
Those questions a lot more on Real & Raw
Ann Tripp currently provides the twice-hourly “news and views” on nationally syndicated “Steve Harvey Morning Show” on WBLS. She is also the host of “Healthful Solutions” (on cable), a narrator of certain SHOWTIME television specials, and is the executive producer, researcher and “voice” of the nationally-syndicated Black History Minute (United Stations Radio Network), where she profiles the historic, cultural, political and social milestones of African-Americas.
Ann Tripp began her on-air career at age 14 at WNYC, as an announcer, actor and singer on the weekly, variety show produced by the Police Athletic League. She graduated from City College, toured Europe for a few years as a singer and then began her adult media career as a street reporter and on-air personality at WHN…a position she held for 6 years. Tripp then worked at WNEW, before moving to WKTU as a news announcer and interviewer for the next eight years.
Ann Tripp has taught broadcast journalism at the National Broadcasting Network and conducted media seminars at Jersey City State College. Tripp is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the New York Press Club and the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women Clubs, Inc.
She has also been honored by the New York State Broadcasters Association, U.S Congressman Edolphus Towns, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Zeta Phi Beta sororities, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Bellevue Hospital, the Boy Scouts, the Bedford-Stuyvesant Healthy-Heart Program, the American Kidney Foundation, the Jackie Robinson Center for Physical Culture, the Caribbean-American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Network Journal, 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care, Legends of Brooklyn and Safe Horizon.
Yol Swan is a spiritual counselor and coach with degrees in English literature, music and homeopathy who has taken the understanding of the soul and the wounded Feminine to new cosmic depths in her new book, The Indigo Journals: Spiritual Healing For Indigo Adults & Other Feminine Souls.
Born in Mexico to intellectual parents and surrounded by a blend of Shamanic cultures, she is a modern seer who perceives life as energy and is highly sensitive to other dimensions. She began channeling spiritual messages in her teens and later spent many years in psychoanalysis, which launched her into a deep exploration of Divine Consciousness during a 3-year retreat in almost complete isolation.
First initiated as a Buddhist nun by a liberated master from Thailand and then into a path of meditation and mantra by enlightened Hindu teachers, her life is filled with mystical experiences, unusual encounters, and profound insights into the power and workings of the mind.
A painful divorce brought up memories of Atlantis and revelations of the distorted Feminine, as well as the recognition of being an Indigo adult. This led her to a deeper exploration of the soul and a soul typology based on the cosmic interplay of the Feminine and Masculine,raising a new paradigm to explain essential differences between humans and the polarized world resulting from them.
With a practical system of spiritual healing and energy management developed over more than 30 years, she helps clients around the world to create an empowering life or businessthey love, in alignment with their soul. She currently lives in the mountains of Western North Carolina. To learn more about her visit: SoulGuidedCoach.com or YolSwan.com.
Adults often complain about youth gang violence as if young people are orchestrating the drug trafficking and gun toting that has disrupted peaceful community life. The fact is, gangs are run by grown people, and the organized crime network that recruits and trains children is made up of generations of families that prepare their children from childhood to run the "family business." How does a young person "leave" a gang when the gang is his or her family? How does a young person stand up to bullying by gangs, when the adults in the community won't stand up to the adult gang leaders living in their midst? Why are we pretending this is a phenomenon of a few "misbehaving children" instead of recognizing it for the crime syndicate that it is? How do we, the adults, root out the drug trafficking that fuels the gang wars, when we, the adults, are the customers for the drug sellers? Photojournalist Marcus Robinson discusses the recent shooting death of youth activist Matthew Williams and the gang activities that fuel the violence.
Join Ms. V and James on their new day and time Friday at 10pm when they have a real conversation with adult film star Lisa Tiffian. It's like ease dropping on a private conversation about sex. They do mix it up with the listeners and guest chimming in, but you never know what these two will say. Join the conversation at 646-716-8041
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Coming to you LIVE every Monday night, The Late Shift with your host, Steven Bell, recaps the just ended episode of Monday Night Raw as well as discusses all the hot topics in the world of professional wrestling.
Broken into two parts, the first half of the show is a straightforward Raw recap with plenty of opinion and the occasional rant type thingy by Steve. Sometimes controversial, often funny and always opinionated, it's the best Raw recap out there.
The second half of the show, Ask Steve, gets you, the listener, involved. In the only Twitter interactive Raw Recap on the net, Steve (@YourAyatollah on Twitter) reads and replies to Tweets from the live audience. That's right, YOU have a voice here on The Late Shift to agree or disagree with Steve and express your own opinion on what's going down in the world of WWE.
What are you waiting for? Tune in, sit back and have a good time on The Late Shift with Steven Bell!
The Late Shift is presented live and uncensored and contains adult language. The views expressed on this show in no way reflect those of Lords of Pain or Lords of Pain Radio. Listener discretion is advised.
On September 2nd, David Richman will begin a 5,000-mile bike tour of the United States in an effort to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. Along his tour de orce he will meet with a variety of people who have been affected by cancer, to write a book. David joins us tonight to share what inspired his upcoming ride and what he hopes to accomplish with his "Cycle of Lives" project. Survivor Spotlight on author and young adult survivor Sophie van der Stap.
Black on Black crime is still a topic that needs to be address in America and is truly hurting our youth. Social Media glorifies hate crimes and fights on youtube and other sites such as Facbook, Twitter, IG and the list goes on.. This must stop!!!!! We must unite and come together and live to uplift each other. Saturday, February 6, 2016 in Tampa a tragic incident occured leaving 7 people injured and one killed at Club Rayne, an adult night club. The Voice of The People truly sends Prayers to the families effected by this, JReed of UKNO Records an Indie Hip Hop artist representing the Tampa Bay area will be on the show to discuss this matter.. You don't want to miss this.. Tune in tonight. Let your voice be heard!!!!
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