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October is Domestic Violence Month. According to the National Coalition Against DV, Domestic Violence Awareness Month evolved from the first Day of Unity observed in October, 1981 by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The intent was to connect battered women’s advocates across the nation who were working to end violence against women and their children. The Day of Unity soon became a special week when a range of activities were conducted at the local, state, and national levels.
This is great and my women’s organization, The Diva Network, is hosting a talk for women on Oct. 25 at Riverside Apartments near Huntington Metro. 2PM – 3:30PM.
But for today’s blogtalk show we will be discussing abuse towards MEN. Men are abused, too, and it is rarely talked about. Men do not report the abuse because they fear being laughed at, not taken seriously or ridiculed.
What should you do if you are dating a woman that becomes violent with you? And if you are a woman that is dealing with anger, how do you get help?
Author of Pop Your Paradigm, Rev. Sandi Daly will join us again, on this re-broadcast show, to continue her discussion on Recovery & Treatment re: Domestic Violence part 2. She left off talking about Subconscious Programming and how this affects victims long after the abuser has left their lives. Subconscious programming is responsible for the abused life being full of fear, suspicion, doubt, low self-esteem, self-worth and worry. The voices of the past can do more damage ater the actual period of abuse than the period of abuse. She will talk about the damaging effects of subconscious programming and the constructive effects of conscious programming.
This will be a heartfelt interview with my guest Suzanne Perry who is a survivor of domestic violence. Often you hide the bruises and the shame behind a smile while afraid on the inside to speak up and take control back in your life. Together we will give information on how to escape the behavior and take that first step towards the rest of your life before death becomes your alternative. Domestic Violence is not on a female problem but men are abused as well. Let's stop the cycle and stop the madness.
'Beaten, Battered and Broken by the ones we love'
C. Michelle Atkins
Kristle Shanell, a native of Eutawville, South Carolina, is a mother of a 6 years old son Elijah who has been her biggest inspiration throughout her struggles. She has many testimonies. One of her testimonies is overcoming Domestic Violence & Verbal Abuse. She lives a life of truth & experience. Her goal is to help those that are going through what she has been through. One of Kristle’s favorite sayings is, “Don’t Talk My Talk, Unless You Have Walked My Walk"
Kristle Shanell is a writer for www.yulradio.com. She was a former radio announcer at WJBS 1440 AM in Holly Hill, SC. Kristle is now pursuing her very own radio/talk show very soon and is very involved in church and local activities in her community.
C. Michelle Atkins has been through many storms in her life. Her parents divorced when she was very young. She was in an emotionally and physically abusive marriage, but through it all she has triumphed.
Ms. Atkins is a strong woman of God. She was an educator for more than 18 years. And is a twice divorced mother of 6, and grandmother of 6 beautiful grandchildren.
She is the author of Tales from my Life, not the Crypt , which is a book of inspirational poems detailing some of her life's experience. This book sheds light on situations that sometimes go unnoticed. Tales from my Life is a book about relationships, spirituality, failures, and triumphs . C. Michelle Atkins has been a guest speaker on: The Arthur Sharnel Show, Last Day Outreach Ministry Radio Show on 1480 WYZE, the Revitalize Women's Marathon 2014, and the Atlanta Live TV Show Channel 57
What is Domestic Violence? Who can be a victim of domestic violence? Does society every condone or allow it? When is acceptable? Is it a gender problem? What are the current statistics of domestic violence? Join us as we discuss and question the teachings of domestic violence; we will be challenging certain social constructs of domestic violence and the definitions of ABUSE. With Host (Kevin) Co-Host (Michael) and Radio Forum Moderator (Jamillah) we will be having an open discussion with all our callers on this taboo topic.
The drama never seems to end for the NFL. After years of getting a slap on the hand for violence against women, the athletes are going to face a new tough policy in the future. And the NFL hired former Manhattan prosecutor Lisa Friel as an advisor for that revamp in policy. Problem is, she is already getting wishy washy about how the policy has to look out for the athletes. So is all the hype from the NFL just that - hype?
Join us with MIchael O'keeffe, award winning sports reporter for the NY Daily News as we discuss his take on abuse in sports.
Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas & Rodney Smith
Our Topic(s) today: “Why I donated to Assemblywoman Dina Neal, Early Voting at Doolittle & the Margin's Tax.”
If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600 (347) 826-9600
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Domestic violence affects every American. It harms our communities, weakens the foundation of our Nation, and hurts those we love most. It is an affront to our basic decency and humanity, and it must end.
If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600 (347) 826-9600
Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
Marilyn first started out her Martial arts practice in the 1960s. Since then Marilyn Cooper has been the subject of numerous feature newspaper articles and television interviews. Her articles on kung fu have been published in Inside Kung Fu, Taijiquan Journal, Kung Fu/T’ai Chi magazines and e-zine and other news media. She has performed at universities and masters’ demonstrations, fund-raisers for United Way, the victims of 9/11, and the tsunami. She opened her first Kung Fu school in 1980 in New York City, and have been teaching Kung Fu ever since. Marilyn Cooper founded a national non-profit institute called Pushing for Peace, whose mission is to promote a T’ai Chi program designed to help prevent youth violence and promote mental and physical health. The Peace Games are now taught all over the world.
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Pushing for Peace: http://www.pushingforpeace.org/
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Soy provides statistics, shares stories, resources and introduces the "Purple Purse Challenge". A project of The All State Foundation since 2005, builds financial empowerment of domestic violence survivors helping them to get free and remain free from domestic abuse. Open your heart and wallets to support domestic violence survivors by supporting a Purple Purse community near you. www.purplepurse.com, National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-(SAFE) 7233.
Summary of October 17, 2014 Creation Energies - Brenda's free, channeled, 15-minute show at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/brenda-hoffman: Perhaps you were of the many who experienced an AHA the past few days. Or you shifted from physical to emotional issues or vise versa. But the largest shift this week is global - your Ebola concerns. Just days ago, you were probably concerned about various wars. That concern has shifted to healing and saving lives. Something religious, cultural, gender, racial, sexual preference or economics has not achieved. And so it is, for whatever reason, that Ebola has become a global concern of the heart - a uniting force.
"Bank Your Love Energies?" is the title of this week's Brenda's Blog - her free, channeled blog for www.LifeTapestryCreations.com.
Overview of the October 24, 2014 Creation Energies show: Last week, we indicated that the next few days would be a global love fest surrounding Ebola. Your life probably didn'tt feel like a love fest as you addressed fears you thought you cleared. And global violence continued. Ebola wasn't a soothing topic either for more of those close to you were diagnosed with or exposed to Ebola. The difference between now and past 3D lives is that you used your personal fears to revisit the 3D world you've discovered you're no longer comfortable in - like revisiting your former community and discovering it no longer matches your memories. And because Ebola is not contained within a certain part of the world or group of entities and there is no given cure, you're starting to work and love together to solve the riddle of Ebola.
Brenda's Blog and her Creation Energies show contain different channeled information.
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Join us this week as we have another great show planned for you. This Saturday we welcome back Minister Russel Blake who has established himself over the last three decades to be a professional musician, concert soloist, educator, music producer, public speaker and author.
As a Domestic Violence Awareness Advocate, Minister Blake will share with us the cycle of Abuse, organizations that help and how You can be an Advocate for Domestic Violence. So, be sure to tell a friend and join us Saturday @9am EST.....347-857-1295
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