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Time and time again, the police are called to a home to deal with a domestic dispute. Arguing, yelling, fighting. It's a common theme in relationships regardless of race, class and background. Too often women and men find themselves in a one sided relationship that breeds more pain than happiness. Being physically abused or emotionally neglected or worse. The CCAP crew weigh in on the serious matter of falling victim to an abusive relationship and getting out of it.
It has been talked about so much this week, we thought it was only fitting to bring up the discussion right here on Erotic Talk Radio. Come join us as we discuss the abuse that caused so many to discuss, what everyone saw and their take on the Ray Rice situation, and how you can over come get out of and heal from an abusive relationship. We hope to see you there.
Today my co hosts and I will discuss ways to determine if you are in an abusive relationship and how to get out. Abuse is mental as well as physical and there are people getting abused every day and don't even realize it. Find out how to prevent yourself from ever being in a realtionship with an abusive person as well as how to help a loved one who may not know how to get help. If you need help or advice on how to get out of an abusive realtionship this is a show you don't want to miss!
"HOW TO GET OUT OF AN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP"
1. How do you leave an abusive relationship in children are involved?
2. I feel scared because I have no way of taking care of myself. What should I do?
3. My wife accused me of abusing her when I never said nor touched her in an abusive way. Shoudl I get a divorce?
4. As a child, if my parents keep spanking me, isn't that a form of abuse?
CaribbeanRadio Show Sunday 8pm - 10pm, March 29th TOPIC: Some Like It Rough - Abusive Relationships
dial in 661-467-2407Hosts; Prof D. and BMichelle.Is it possible for him to love me and beat me? verbally abuse me? mentally abuse me?What do you think about it?.
1. He pushes for quick involvement. He comes on strong, claiming, "I've never felt loved like this before by anyone." You get pressured for an exclusive commitment almost immediately.
2. There is jealousy. Your partner is excessively possesive, calls constantly, or visits unexpectedly.
3. He is controlling. He interrogates you intensely about who you talked to and where you were; checks mileage on the car; keeps all the money or asks for receipts; insists you ask for permission to go anywhere or do anything.
4. He has very unrealistic expectations. He expects you to be the perfect person and meet their every need.
5. There is isolation. He tries to cut you off from family and friends; deprives you of a phone or car, or tries to prevent you from holding a job.
6. He blames others for his own mistakes. The boss, family, you - it's always someone else's fault if anything goes wrong.
Join us Tuesday, October 21, from 6-7pm as we discuss taking responsibility for your part in an abusive relationship, whether you are the abuser or victim, everyone plays a role.
Self-Care and Empowerment are key elements when you are recovering from an abusive relationship and reestablishing yourself.
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Back by popular demand is our dynamic duo; Dr. Beverly Boone and Mrs. Bevelyn Mitchell. Dr. Boone and Mrs Mitchell will cover how to get out of an abusive relationship. Dr. Beverly Boone, is a native of Troy, North Carolina. My interest in writing and reading inspired me to earn a B.S. degree in Secondary English Education at North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro, NC. After a long career as a high school English teacher, I continued my education at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; earning two degrees - a Master’s of Education in Educational Leadership and Administration and a Ph.D. in Educational Research and Policy Analysis. In addition to serving 20 years as an English instructor, I have also enjoyed a long career as a principal /assistant principal for multiple public school districts in North Carolina and South Carolina, as well as Director of Professional Development/Gifted Education Services at the District Office level. I am also a published author, playwright, and motivational speaker. Ms. Bevelyn Mitchell, is a native of the Low country, a small crossroad town outside of Walterboro,SC. She is a graduate or SCSU, SC and Springfield College Springfield Mass.Her past work experience includes working for Mercy Hospice, CARETEAM HIV/AIDS population, and the Elderly. She is currently employed for Horry and Georgetown Rape Crisis Centers and the Sexual Assault Services Coordinator.
" In order to have love one must be loved.
In order to have strength one must know weakness.
In order to have great intelligence one must also know ignorance.
In order to know courage one must experience fear.
We do not gain our greatness without knowing and experiencing that which is its opposite. We learn though the challenges that come to us and our response to those challenges gives rise to our potentials. We must learn the entire equation before we can know, really know its gifts." - Chrism
Join us TONIGHT at 9PM/GMT for another episode of LOVE IN THE HOUSE, your candid radio show on relationships, as we discuss one of the main issues destroying homes today - ABUSE.
We will be looking at 'ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIPS'.
Why do people abuse their partners?
Why do people stay in abusive relationships?
Forms of abuse.
How to get out of an abusive relationship.
What to do to prevent abuse.
Red flags. All of these and much more will discussed live on air. You really don't want to miss it. You are welcome to invite friends and family. Your views count!!!
We welcome back our guest, Julie Johnson MA LCPC giving us comfort and ideas to get the help needed in difficult emotional and troubled situations. Check out her website atCounseling @juliejohnsonicpc.com. She will be answering questions and discussing psychological issues in general. She will not be providing and or opinions presented on this radio show, Spiritual Perceptions or by me, +Janet Thornburg or others affiliated with Spiritual Perceptions, and are not the opinion of our guest speaker, Julie Johnson. It is a good time to ask if a counselor is needed or bring out an issue that has been troubling you for along time. It is our intention at Spiritual Perception to be of help in your spiritual growth and be an advocate to the proper help. Be blessed and looking forward to your call
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Every time George Clooney splits with his latest companion (sorry, Stacy Keibler!), we pretty much hear the same story: She wanted kids/marriage/more; he didn't. And we all think, God, wasn't that pretty obvious from the get-go?
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