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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.
"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?
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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.
Janie Deadwyler aka Queen Warrior joins Dani Lovestrong as a Co-Host and special guest on this weeks episode of The Dani Lovestrong Show. The two will candidly discuss the topic of domestic violence. How to recognize the warning signs of an abuser, escape and begin the healing process after being in an abusive relationship.
Janie Deadwyler is the founder of Angels In Distress, Inc. an organization that helps individuals male and female make the "Transition from Domestic Violence". She was an educator on domestic violence for the police academy for 8 years. Janie was an expert who knew her subject all too well.
Unbeknown to her colleagues at the academy, she was a victim of the course she taught. She was in an extremely violent relationship. It wasn't until one of the 911 calls that came throught the department was her own that her secret existance would be brought to light.
This lead her to what is now her lifes purpose. She lives to help others avoid and safely escape relationships like the one she endured and almost didn't survive.
Janie is also the host of a weekly radio program entitled Angels in Distress where she discusses various topics around the subject of domestic violence.
WHAT'S GOOD ALL IT'S YO BOY PNUT AKA MR JONES COMING TO Y'ALL ONCE AGAIN ON THIS MONDAY! I HOPE Y'ALL ENJOYED YA WEEKEND I KNOW I DID. MOVING ON WE WOULD LIKE TO DISCUSS WITH Y'ALL TODAY KNOWING AND WATCHING THE SIGNS OF AN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP! THERE ARE SO MANY TYPES AND FORMS OF ABUSE AND WE WANT TO CHOP THIS ISSUE UP WITH YOU GUYS SEE YA AT THE SHOW!
Carolyn Thomas – No More “One Last Time”
No should have been NO!!!! Domestic Violence
Many women are in an abusive relationship and find it hard to get away from the abuser. Lives have been lost behind the act of a controlling, jealous, insecure, and obsessive man to where the woman often times lose her life or someone close to them.
What are the warning signs to let someone know they are in an abusive relationship?
How do you tell someone they are in danger if they don’t get out of the abusive relationship?
Where can women go to seek shelter or help?
Are you willing to step up and save a life if the opportunity arises?
Upcoming Event OCT. 2015 – Krystal Holliday to do Spoken Word at event. SWU Live Broadcasting from event. Carolyn needs a celebrity to draw the crowd.
Teaching women self defense – Travis Evans Comment
Hanna Lulgjuraj - Murray was shot in the chest in cold blood and was left for dead and Lived to Tell It. Hanna's story is very compelling and riveting. It's a true crime account about survival and courage. Hanna was living a beautiful life, a life of dreams that suddenly all changed. Her dreamlike life turned to horror as her raging husband stood across from her and fired his gun.
By a miracle, she survived to tell her story and how she overcame abuse. It would be very beneficial for your audience to listen to Hanna's experience and know what questions to ask to identify abuse. Reading her story, Lived to Tell It one will gain courage and the power to overcome similar situations and give hope to every woman trapped in an abusive relationship.
P&P Talk to the Twins with Author/Motivational Speaker Nicole Red
Motivational Speaker and Author Nicole Red. Nicole Red is the author of Free To Fly: After The Love is Gone. Free To Fly is a novel inspired by actual events. It is geared to encourage and empower victims of domestic violence. Nicole, spent her childhood watching her father verbally, mentally, and physically abuse her mother. Free to Fly: After The Love is Gone tells a chilling story how the affects of the abusive relationship between her parents transcended into her very own marriage.
Being a victim of domestic violence, Nicole shares how she escaped her abuser and became determined to reclaim her dignity, reconstruct her life, and rediscover what it is to live a life of peace.
Domestic violence is real. It happens to women all over the world from all walks of life. Everyone's journey is different, but the story is the same. Nicole hopes Free To Fly will make a difference. It is her hope that this book will help encourage women to take the steps needed to stop being a victim, see their worth, break out of the cage, and gain the courage to be free to fly.
Nicole Red has had the opportunity to speak to at WWAVF ( Women With A Vision Foundation)- Love Doesn't Hurt Production
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