• 00:30

    Keeping your kids safe from drugs and alcohol abuse with Cathy Taughinbaugh

    in Self Help

    Want to live a more successful and happy life, your way, authentic to you?  Click here to get your FREE 5-Day E-Course and be on your way today!


    This week, Cathy Taughinbaugh joins me to talk about what parents can do now to help keep their kids safe from drug or alcohol use and abuse.


    She will talk about some easy strategies and methods anyone can apply to be more involved in their children's lives, and how they can take an active part in helping them avoid the dangers and consequences of alcohol and drug use.


    Cathy works with people, mainly parents interested in receiving support. These may be parents who feel their child is addicted, but also parents who are concerned about their adolescent’s experimentation or recent abuse of drugs or alcohol.  Through personal coaching, articles, resources and various eBooks, she offers inspiration to others facing the same or similar challenges in their lives.


    If you're looking to take preventative action to help your child live a long, healthy, and happy life, you'll want to tune in to this episode!

  • 01:17

    Breaking the Silence ~ Domestic Violence/Molestation/Rape/Drug & Alcohol Abuse

    in Inspiration

    ***Special Interview with Xavier Robinson, brother of Shaton!***


      He has a page on Facebook ~ www.facebook.com/finddontriceandshaton


    We are 6 brothers from Toledo, OH who lost our mother to domestic violence on September 24th of 1999 and were separated by adoption and were looking for our baby brother Shaton can you help us find him?


    Let's start breaking the silence of all forms of abuse!  We are a platform that allows people a voice to discuss their past or present issues with domestic violence, mental & physical abuse, drug & alcohol abuse, molestation, and rape.  We are not here to judge, but to instead encourage people to tell their stories and be heard.  We invite and welcome any and all to spread the word and break the silence!


     

  • 00:41

    Difference between alcohol abuse and alcoholism

    in Self Help

    Interview with Lisa Frederiksen
    Topics of conversation:
    Difference between alcohol abuse and alcoholism How alcoholism is a brain disease Myths associated with alcohol abuse and alcoholism Risk factors of being an alcoholic Why is underage drinking and the risk factors Crossing the Line from Alcohol Use to Abuse to Dependence Lisa Frederiksen
    KLJ Publishing (2012)
    ISBN 9780981684468
    Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (4/12)

    Read the review on ReaderViews.com

  • 01:52

    Breaking the Silence ~ Domestic Violence/Molestation/Rape/Drug & Alcohol Abuse

    in Inspiration

    Let's start breaking the silence of all forms of abuse!  We are a platform that allows people a voice to discuss their past or present issues with domestic violence, mental & physical abuse, drug & alcohol abuse, molestation, and rape.  We are not here to judge, but to instead encourage people to tell their stories and be heard.  We invite and welcome any and all to spread the word and break the silence!


    Special Guest Survivors ~


    Tamika Sims ~ Tamika Sims is an author, advocate and survivor. Growing up she experienced molestation and incest. When she became an adult, she found herself victimized by a man who promised to love her. Tamika survived a physically, sexually and emotionally abusive relationship which almost cost her her life  - twice.


    Tremayne Moore ~ My uncle came to live with us in 1982. I was 8 years old. He was 10 years old and my mom’s half-brother. He made my life a living hell. In August of 1984, my uncle took his hellish behavior a step farther by initiating sex with me. I didn’t think anything of it and submitted to his request. He used the sexual abuse to control and manipulate me.


    Ondrea L. Davis ~ Ondrea L. Davis is a Washington, DC native and has 12-year old twin daughters and a 10-year old son.  She graduated in 2010 earning a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting and received a Master of Arts degree in Christian Counseling in 2012.  Ondrea is an author with Foresight Publishing, co-authoring her debut novel, How could my husband be GAY?  She is also one of the contributing authors in the Weary & Will anthology.   In addition to writing, Ondrea is an avid reader and reviews for Foresight Literary Lounge and Black Literature Magazine, and very active in her church.  For more information, please visit www.ondrealdavis.com.

  • 01:59

    Breaking the Silence ~ Domestic Violence/Molestation/Rape/Drug & Alcohol Abuse

    in Inspiration

    Let's start breaking the silence of all forms of abuse!  We are a platform that allows people a voice to discuss their past or present issues with domestic violence, mental & physical abuse, drug & alcohol abuse, molestation, and rape.  We are not here to judge, but to instead encourage people to tell their stories and be heard.  We invite and welcome any and all to spread the word and break the silence!


    Survivor guest: Angela Johnson ~ I was molested by my aunts son father. It began when I was 9 years old, he began to touch me sticking his hand down my pants feeling my private area saying he was checking to see if I still wet the bed, this began @ various family functions.
    The only bad part my mom and aunt fought, my mom called her boyfriend, he came over & they both jumped on him, afterwards I didn't see him for about a year or so, but nothing happened to him, no prosecution, no jail time, & he still came around our family. I think that is what bothered me the most psychologically, we never discussed the situation, I never got counseling, no one ever asked me how I felt, so I was left to deal with this pain alone.

  • 01:57

    Breaking the Silence ~ Domestic Violence/Molestation/Rape/Drug & Alcohol Abuse

    in Inspiration

    Let's start breaking the silence of all forms of abuse!  We are a platform that allows people a voice to discuss their past or present issues with domestic violence, mental & physical abuse, drug & alcohol abuse, molestation, and rape.  We are not here to judge, but to instead encourage people to tell their stories and be heard.  We invite and welcome any and all to spread the word and break the silence!


    We have three special survivor guest for our first show of the new year!


    Dr. Linette Montae ~ is an internationally acclaimed speaker, author and award winning results strategist who, for the past 20 years, has coached entrepreneurs from a variety of service-based industries.
    On stage, online and in her community, you can find Dr. Montae helping successful high profile women Lead with Unapologetic Power™ and go From Fierce to Fortune™.
    Dr. Montae also founded The International Movement to Empower More Youth because she “believes that given the right space, tools and training; ALL youth can succeed!”
    On a more personal note, Dr. Montae has raised 2 biological and 12 therapeutic foster care children; and she loves purple, Cheetos Puffs and really cute shoes!


    Samantha Soward ~ I was molested starting at the age of 8 thru the age of 12 by my mothers live in boyfriend. I was in a mentally abusive marriage as well for ten years.. I have been a survivor all of my life but no longer a victim but a victorious woman!


    Author Danielle Richardson ~ is the Owner & Founder of Inspired Divas: Women Living Life After Violence.  She is also the author of, "God Heard My Cries": represents the life of a young woman who has been haunted by her past. God heard her cries and as her strength grew ,she is able to forgive her step-father for killing her mother in front of her and brothers.


    Friend these ladies on FaceBook!


     

  • 01:27

    Talking Child Abuse with Bill Murray

    in Self Help

    Bill Murray
    Bill is the founder of the National Association for Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (http://naasca.org/), a non-profit organization focused on providing a voice and resources to help victims of child abuse. Bill broadcasts an online radio podcast at 5pm PST Sundays to Fridays. Bill is a survivor of sexual abuse and is 25 years sober from drugs and alcohol. Bill was sexually abused when he was 11 years old by a summer camp counselor; the abuse continued for three summers. The counselor was a photographer who used the young Murray as a model for thousands of frames of ographic pictures. The counselor also took Murray to Montreal's Expo 67 for two weeks, and spent that time trying to convince the then 14-year-old Murray to engage in sex, introducing him to other pedophiles. That period was terrifying; Bill was at his mercy, powerless and ashamed, all the while refusing to engage in sex. After that, Bill became an introverted problem student and kept his silence. Once Murray started prep school in a seminary, Murray confided the story of his sexual abuse to the priest, who took a "special interest" in Bill. Bill then spent the next couple of years of high school trying to avoid the pedophiles. Though struggles with drug and alcohol abuse forced him to drop out of his first attempt at college,
    In his late 20s his girlfriend (and later wife), encouraged him to seek therapy, and to reveal to his parents that he had been sexually abused. That was the beginning of Bill’s healing and recovery process, some 25 years ago. Murray eventually found success in the television industry in Los Angeles, doing camera work, production and editing for popular sit-coms like The Golden Girls. In 1984 he also enrolled in a 12-step program to overcome his drinking problem.
     Bill Murray started NAASCA.org (National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse) and has a rapidly growing listener base of 1500.
     

  • 01:35

    Breaking the Silence ~ Domestic Violence/Molestation/Rape/Drug & Alcohol Abuse

    in Lifestyle

    Let's start breaking the silence of all forms of abuse!  We are a platform that allows people a voice to discuss their past or present issues with domestic violence, mental & physical abuse, drug & alcohol abuse, molestation, and rape.  We are not here to judge, but to instead encourage people to tell their stories and be heard.  We invite and welcome any and all to spread the word and break the silence!


    Special guest: Benjamin Janey ~ A Survivor and Author of Domestic Violence: Domestic violence has been increasing, regardless of nationwide polls and pacifying statistics. Some may not report the abuse, and a disproportionate number of victims are depending upon a “Restraining Order” to elucidate such an undetected form of mental illness. In this Workbook, you and I will take on this mental illness like never before. Contrary to the traditional analysis and conception that incline to see it as just a problem, there’s more. I’ve been in domestic violence programs that are effective only on paper and while in class. Consequently, intervention can no longer be the brightest idea when there’s an imperative prognosis. We’d like to believe that by discussing what has occurred will change things. Until now, here’s a mental illness that must be dealt with by going to the root.


    Special guest: Andrea Smith Provost ~ A Survivor who was raped at age 13 by two of her close family members and her mother did not believe her.  At age 19 she become involved with a man who mentally and physically abused her.  She stayed with him for 5 years because she felt no one loved her.  When she finally left, he harassed her until she had to get a protective order.  When she told police, they acted like they couldn't find him.


    Please tune in to hear these to brave survivors talk about their testimonials.  Bravo!


     

  • 00:29

    Alcohol: What it does to you than what it does for you

    in Lifestyle

    When it comes to the issue of alcohol, there are people who will disagree with me that drinking is bad. Many homes out there are suffering as the result of alcoholic partner, all kind of mannerism of abuse. Not only that, your health is also at risk. There is vital information about alcohol abuse, alcoholism, relapse, and health that my guest will share with you today to make informed decision. 


    This is a must listen show to answer


    -The link of alcohol to diseases


    - Is moderate drinking okay?


    and more questions


    WOLB 1010 AM station, online at blogtalkradio.com/gfem-radio, phone:347-989-1700. 6pm ET

  • 00:55

    SUPER-DUPER Flavor of the Week 1/29/15

    in Sports

    Here we are again, another Bowl of Super on the horizon and Major & MAX couldn't be more excited to dive into the pre-game appetizers. Join the guys for a their preview of all things Super Bowl, in addition to the usual three scoops & crunchy topics such as the incarcerated $88 billion dollar Dez Bryant reverse-touchdown lawsuit, the consistent injury of Kobe Bryant, Aaron Rodgers' God talk, Josh Gordon's failure to stay sober & the joke that was Johnny Manziel's first year effort . All the yummiest morsels for your ears to feast on, portions from the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA & more - subscribe, download, stream or dial in & bring your bib - 917-889-9592!

  • 01:58

    Breaking the Silence ~ Domestic Violence/Molestation/Rape/Drug & Alcohol Abuse

    in Lifestyle

    Let's start breaking the silence of all forms of abuse!  We are a platform that allows people a voice to discuss their past or present issues with domestic violence, mental & physical abuse, drug & alcohol abuse, molestation, and rape.  We are not here to judge, but to instead encourage people to tell their stories and be heard.  We invite and welcome any and all to spread the word and break the silence! Make sure you hit the follow button and keep up with these great shows.  Like us on FaceBook http://www.facebook.com/breakingthesilenceofabuse and/or become a survivor www.breakingthesilenceofabuse.com!


    Special guest: The ladies of "The Journey/Woman Art Thou Loosed" which is a compilation of survivor stories by different women ungoing different forms of abuse: Alissa Jones, Aija Butler, Marilyn Brown, LJ Thomas, Rhonda Walker, Tracey McLean! 


     

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