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THEME: Moving Beyond Psychological and Verbal Abuse
INTERVIEW GUEST: Debbie Zoub, MSW
Debbie Zoub, MSW, is a clinical social worker and a survivor of abuse. She has spent much of her twenty five year career working with all types of abuse, both as a therapist and caseworker. Her professional and personal understanding of living a life of abuse forms the basis of her Professional Counseling Practice, Healing Heart. Healing Hearts provides abuse counseling and support to both female and male clients.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Getting out of the abusive situation is the first step toward healing and moving on in your life, but unfortunately your work doesn’t end there. Once you are physically safe and secure, it is a good idea that you seek professional help for any abuse-related difficulties you may develop. For example, you may have difficulty coping with abuse memories themselves. You may also benefit from assistance in coping with problems that develop because you were abused, such as substance abuse problems, sexual or intimacy issues, anger issues, eating disorders, etc. Each person experiences abuse differently, and is able to cope with abuse in different ways depending on their circumstances. Is it possible to move beyond psychological and verbal abuse?
Today on RTR, we'll be talking about abuse both inside and outside the body of Christ. There are many types of abuses that occur, but we're going to focus on three types today. Spiritual, physical and verbal abuse. Join us this and every Sunday at 10am est. Call 661.449.9951 to listen live.
What are the warning signs of verbal abuse, and what is wrong with a person who indulges in verbal abuse? Join world-renowned dating coach, Sandy Weiner, as she interviews bestselling author and international TV and radio personality, Patricia Evans about the importance of identifying verbal abuse and choosing healthy partners.
The only real way to heal the deep wounding of verbal abuse is to not be alone with it. Come join California Psychic Tori Hartman as she discusses simple, yet powerful ways to begin to heal from verbal abuse.
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How to Handle Verbal Abuse?
What are the warning signs of verbal abuse, and how do we cope with it? Join world-renowned coach and mediator Maureen Smith, as she interviews bestselling author and international TV and radio personality, Patricia Evans about the importance of identifying verbal abuse and learning how to handle it in your relationships.
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It’s often dismissed as teenage drama, but online bullying is a form of verbal abuse. Our electronic lives make it all too easy as 95% of teens are online with 77 % on social networking sites. The anonymity and speed of the Web makes it possible for bullies to strike without parents even being aware their child is being verbally abused. According to author Patricia Evans, “In spite of the façade teenagers try to affect, verbal abuse impacts them in an immediate wounding way”. We will discuss the common warning signs that will be present if this is happening to your child. And, if it is happening, Evans offers a step-by-step guide for parents who are at a loss for what to do about it. Join the conversations live or send your thoughts and comments ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org
John 1:1 says that; In the beginning was the WORD and the WORD was with Eli, and the WORD was Eli. Why is there such a emphasis on words? We where taught as children a rhyme that went, "Sticks and stone may break my bones but words can never hurt me." Well we today now realize that this very repeated childrens mantra is not true at all. Not only can words hurt us, they can get us killed. So why where we here in America not taught the seriousness of the POWER of words? I see that our peoples biggest stumbling block is our lack of proper positive communication between one another. Even i am guilty of this. The verbal abuse between Black men and women is at an all time high and it is a learned destructive behavior we have inherited from generations of listening to colonizers speak negatively and offensively about us as a race and as individuals that we now carry on against ourselves and our loved ones because we have pyschologically embraced all of the negative things that have been spoken about us. We are living in a time today when knowing who is ones enemy is not so easy to discern. Is verbal abuse as deadly and harmful as physical abuse? I think so. Should we view those who verbally abuse us as our enemies? I would love to have a 9Mind Sacred Sisterhood discussion on the power of propaganda and how WORDS are used as weapons that few of we recognize as such nor do we protect ourselves because often those using these deadly WORDS may look like ourselves or even be our own relatives and family members. The Adversary knew that the greatest weapon against a people or a nation was the weapon of WRONG WORDS and tragically the WAR we indigenous Hebrew Israelites find ourselves in is a war over THE WORDS.
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Why Do People Allow Verbal Abuse In Their Relationship??
We hear a lot of talk about domestic violence, but most women can't find help nor do they seek help when they are in a verbally abusive relationship. How do we know that we are being verbally abused? It is normal? Verbal abuse is a pattern of behavior that can seriously interfere with a woman's healthy emotional well being. Join Angela and her guests as they discuss a topic that gets little to no attention, but does incredible harm and damage in a woman's life.
ARE YOU WORKING WITH A BULLY?
Are you working with a bully? More than 25% of us are. If you aren't being bullied, chances are you have seen someone being abused by a supervisor or coworker. When we talk workplace bullying, we're talking more than some eye rolls or impatient words. Those can be off-putting, but when we talk bullying, we're talking about more than that. The eye rolls and the harsh words are often coupled with more verbal abuse, with non-verbal actions, with exclusionary actions, and they are used repeatedly. We're talking covert abuse along with overt actions perpetrated by someone who is doing it on purpose to targeted workers.
Think you are the victim of workplace bullying? Gary Namie, PhD, is research director and one of the founders of the Workplace Bullying Institute. According to their website, "WBI is the first and only U.S. organization dedicated to the eradication of workplace bullying that combines help for individuals, research, books, public education, training for professionals-unions-employers, legislative advocacy, and consulting solutions for organizations.'
Tune in Saturday at 11 am Pacific time to hear what he has to say and to ask questions about workplace bullying and what you can do if you are targeted -- or what you should do if you are the bully.
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