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Bennet's computer was down so we missed this show, so we are having it again--hopefully we wont have technical difficulties this time
One in every five girls and one in every twenty boys is sexually abused. For both genders, this abuse most often occurs between the ages of seven and thirteen. The majority of the time children are abused by someone they know: a father, a brother, a neighbor or babysitter. It can be a one-time incident or it can be repetitive over the course of years.
Tonight noted author of Create Your Personal Sacred Text: and noted marriage & family therapist,Bobbi Parish join Huffington Post Columnist Rachel Thompson andf Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz about SURVING SEXUAL ABUSE
Bobbi's web site...http://www.iamresplendent.com/2014/01/survivors-of-sexual-abuse-chat.html
The human desire to be safe is a driving force that guides our every step. We want to be safe in our relationships, our homes and on the streets we travel. But safety is not afforded to all of us. Women and men who have encountered physical and sexual abuse at the hands of strangers or loved ones no longer feel safe in the world and have to find guidance to escort them back to a space of inner security. Join us on Saturday, January 11 at 3:00pm for a poignant conversation with a survivor of sexual abuse. Learn about her initial physical and soul struggles and glean wisdom for your own journey from her victory over the early obstacles that delayed finding true freedom from the ordeal.
Being Human Now Radio
in Self Help
American Fork, UT – Healing is not curing. Healing is getting in touch with who you are on the inside. It’s a journey and it’s an ongoing process. But once we can remove the interference and imbalance, the body should heal itself.
Janice Weinheimer is an energy practitioner and the founder of Healing Wounded Souls, where she works with individuals who have suffered deep emotional trauma to restore and reclaim their physical health.
Janice first began studying energy 30 years ago after suffering from a serious illness. This profound experience served as the inspiration for Janice’s book The Illness that Healed Me: An Account of Surviving Sexual Abuse and the Journey into Healing a remarkable story of the power of self to face the past. The book recounts how she confronted decades of depression rooted in her childhood of abuse.
“I have an intense desire to be of assistance to those who have been abused. That is the major purpose of my book,” says Janice. “I know what it’s like for people to go through trauma. I guess that’s why my prayer to God is always to let those I can serve find me."
And almost everyone who finds her has suffered trauma or been abused. According to Janice, the beliefs we develop about ourselves in response to trauma can literally change our DNA. She works with her clients using the Emotion Code and Body Code.
“My desire is that no one has to go through what I went through because there is help. There are so many energy medicine modalities out there. I’ve learned many of them but I use the ones that resonate with me. The Emotion Code and Body Code resonated with me so that’s how I can serve others to enhance the world."
For more information on Janice, visit http://janiceweinheimer.net
Surviving Sexual Abuse...I'm A Survivor!
Many children has had to fight this terrible demon of Sexual Abuse. Many children then had to fight through the Process of Healing, Forgiving and even being Delivered from any addictions that we prompted as a result of the sexual abuse.
Special Guests will be:
Author-Samuel P. Holloway, III (Eyes Without A Face-A Survivor of Emotional, Sexual & Physical Abuse) A Survivor of Sexual Abuse (Jane Doe) Tune In to Hear their Stories of Survival!!!
in Self Help
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - OPEN MIKE SHOW - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison and Tracy Baxter, 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. This will be an open topic, Q & A discussion-style show, one without as clearly defined specific issues as our regular "For Our Kids" episodes. The "open mike" style show is looser than the planned ones we've been doing in this series, but we're hoping to attract call-in participants who wish to talk about their experience in dealing with "the system." Many of the institutions designed to serve and protect our children are in need of close scrutiny and examinations. Others are, in fact, denying the civil rights of our children. Some may need to be dismantled completely, replaced with organizations that actually have the needs of our kids, not themselves, at their core. There's been a lot of unnecessary suffering due to the fact that many such groups have commonly operated in an almost untouchable position in North America for decades, as if they were "above the law" .. and this has to stop. ~~ We're pleased "For Our Kids" co-host Deborah Maddison will be back for the next show. ~~ 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: email@example.com
in Self Help
Tonight's special guests are Alan and Barbara Cohen from Connecticut, husband and wife. He's an attorney and author (aka Avi Morris) who's written about the experience of being a foster father in his book "Crocodile Mothers Eat Their Young". Barbara's a now-retired teacher, a middle-school language arts and literacy specialist who continues to teach adult literacy classes. It was her observations of children being removed from abusive homes that led the couple to become foster parents. They began fostering teens after their own three sons were grown and on their own. Their experience with a girl and her sister became the models for the novel's main characters, which has led them to become speakers at various foster care foster care and child abuse advocacy groups. Alan and Barbara's family has not been immune from the ravages of child abuse and trauma. Their niece survived the abuses of her grandfather, but is now a major success story. There were extreme bumps along the way, including she and her younger brother becoming wards of the state after falling into drug abuse. She attempted suicide twice before age 17, and was sent to a year long rehab. When she emerged she was dedicated to sobriety, finished high school with a GED, and got straight "A"s in a community college. Her brother, who Alan and Barbara fostered, is the other side of the coin. He is still struggling with drug abuse and in the process lost an academic scholarship to a good university. "In the meantime," Alan reports, "the grandfather's abuse pretty well tore apart the whole immediate family. There are many victims of one person's abuse."
Overcoming Abuse God's Way Radio Program
Thursday, August 27, 2015 @ 12pm CST
Host: Janet Napper
Co-Host: Danny Cosby
Special Guest: David Akaji
Topic: Self Abuse
Call In & Join Us @ 347-850-8560
Produced By Kayla Padgett On Finding My Way Radio Network