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Tonight's special guest is Nicole Leifson from Syracuse, Utah, is a survivor and advocate for adult survivors of child abuse and a member of NAASCA, with a particular focus in preventing generational abuse from being passed on to the next generation. She's is looking forward to helping others in their fight to heal and most importantly, as she writes, ".. protect their own children from the same pain that haunts them each day. I have successfully ensured that my own abuser will never have contact with my own children, and his sons won't either." Nichole is a mother of 4 and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She lives in Syracuse, UT and works from home doing freelance copywriting, copyediting, social media marketing and proofreading. She writes abour her past and present on her BLOG, and on Facebook, and is available to speak to your organization. Her message is one of hope and triumph. Contact forms can be found on her website, www.BreakingAbuse.com. Nicole has an audio cinematic personal biography titled “Breaking” which is the personal account of her fight to break a cycle of abuse. What began at age 3 ended with a final act of breaking at age 34. The story involves a message of hope and encouragement to anyone who is struggling to save their children from the evil that plagued their own childhood. Nicole understands what it means to confront the very nature of an otherwise loving, Christian family that was intrenched in a cycle of abuse and dysfunction from well before WWII, and how the decision to break away from that family can both devastate and liberate.
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Q & A Night - You'll suggest the themes for tonight's show, which will involve any topic from the world of public safety, violence prevention, and child abuse and trauma. Special co-host Dr. Debra Warner, Psy.D., a Los Angeles based Forensic Psychologist will lead the discussion, joined tonight by long-time NAASCA family member Ed Mashek. Ed, a survivor/activist, grew up in Nebraska in the foster care system, and has a particular desire to help male survivors. He's never reluctant to engage in solution-seeking conversation, and not afraid to discuss any "touchy" topic. ~~ NAASCA is pleased to announce that Debra will be making regular special co-host appearances on upcoming Tuesday night question-and-answer style community participation shows. An educator and violence prevention expert, Dr. Warner will assist SCAN host and NAASCA founder Bill Murray field questions and lead a variety of topic discussions suggested by our call-in participants. Debra's understanding of the issues of child abuse and trauma spring not only from a professional perspective, but also from a personal one. Multiple members of her own family have been victims of predators. She'll share how she's participated in their struggle with surviving and thriving. ~~ Everyone's invited to engage on tonight's show .. on the phone or in SCAN's ever-present community chat room. ~~ Please visit our website: www.NAASCA.org
REPLAY of earlier show as this is a timely topic for many.
If you have any arguments, abuse, divorce, spouse disagreements, or any kind of conflict in your life or the extended family, you can be sure, the holidays will bring this out in spades! Are your children affected, can the violence be spoken or unspoken, and can the pain last for seconds or a lifetime? Stand up now and listen, break that chain and take back the life that is your before it is too late.
Rosalind Sedacca and Amy Sherman are family mechanics experts for adults and children. Rosalind is recognized as The Voice of Child-Centered Divorce and founder of the Child-Centered Network. Amy is a licensed mental health counselor and founder of Your Baby Boomers Network. Dr. Jeanette Gallagher is a coach for Women Over 50 who have lived a lifetime of regrets and wish to improve their choices in later life.
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Tonight's special guest is Kristina Pinson from St Louis, Missouri, the National Secretary of the "Knights for the Innocent" non-profit, which seeks to aid all women and children, and to protect and defend the innocent from abuse. They work hand in hand with law enforcement but once they receive a call they send out a response team. The focus is primarily on Domestic Abuse, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse. They are also available to help and support with other issues but this is the main focus. Because of this activity, dealing with individuals and providing response teams can result in danger to everyone involved. The Knights will be taking an active role, and once they receive a call they'll send out a response team. The team must be of 2 or more individuals for safety. Background checks are done of all member / volunteers. The background check is required because the Knights are looking to make sure that individuals becoming members do not have any felonies for issues the group stands against. This includes, sexual assault, domestic abuse, etc. Group leader William Warren recently said, "We have a lot of good people in this group doing some great things. We're still growing but at a now slower rate, and that is good [because it] gives us a chance to catch up on some things." He goes on, "If we stay focused on why we are here, and what we want to do, we will make this work!"
National Child Abuse Prevention Month is a time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect, and to promote the social and emotional well-being of children and families. During the month of April and throughout the year, communities are encouraged to share child abuse and neglect prevention awareness strategies and activities and promote prevention across the country. It is also the 40th anniversary of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act.
This month's program will honor the work and efforts of Wingman Gerald Green. In his time with OPWR he worked passionately and tirelessly on helping spread the word about abuse and domestic violence. As a abused child he became an abuser and then a survivor who became an advocate to help others.. His perspective from all sides made him uniquely qualified to speak from various angles. Join us as we hear from those who he directly impacted. Tonight The Community on Abuse & Domestic Violence honors Wingman Gerald Green.
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Author, Demetrius P. Guyton still carries the physical scars from the day that his biological mother tried to kill him at the Walker Regional Medical Center in Jasper, Alabama to collect a $25,000 insurance policy at two months old. His mother poisoned him with hydrochloric acid and castor oil in his bottle of milk. The acid burned the left side of his face and shoulder. Nevertheless, he LIVES! TUNE IN to hear his inspiring story of deliverance.
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I say YES!!! False accusations destroy lives and livelihoods. Rick Bailey, a disabled Vet had his entire gun collection confiscated over false accusations. We weill delve into his story tonight.
Another Vet, had his non-leg (the one he lost in battle) X-Rayed by the VA to prove he was actually an amputee. You can't make this up!
The Obama Administration is not hesitant to punish his own if they march out of step. NJ Sen. Menendez is the latest to be punished for critisizing the O Admin on Iran.
Banks now are reporting you to police and your bank accounts are siezed - With no charges filed or probable cause and NO due-process. Again, you can't make this stuff up!
Michelle Obama's lunches are now fed to the hogs! Poor hogs. I really feel sorry for them.
Tune in every weeknight at 8:00pm to 10:00pm to hear The Captain unlock his treasure chest of opinions and ideas, facing all matters of Constitutional Freedom.
April 1, 2015 from 9-10 PM Eastern or a lively conversation with Sarah Knutson.
For years, activists have been calling attention to psychiatric mystification as an abuse of power. We've opposed the proliferation of DSM confabulated 'mental disorders' as a instruments of industry profit and social control. Yet, for the most part, as a society, we remain confused. What really is going on when someone becomes distressing to themselves or others? Why does this happen? And what could a human rights-informed society attempt to do about it? Beyond this, how do we make change happen? What are we up against? Why is change so hard? And how do we begin to take down the walls that divide us into 'us' and 'them'? As an mad activist, xlawyer, xtherapist, Sarah Knutson has devoted much of her life to making sense of these issues. In this episode, Sarah will draw from both lived experience and social science research to offer an integrated wholistic human perspective that gets us beyond the conventional divide between 'mental health' and 'mental illness.' Sarah will also discuss the challenges inherent in any effort to change conventional human consciousness from the 'tried & true' to the 'radically new.' Bonus: a conversation about holding your ground with police for activism season!
Sarah Knutson is a RadMad Didactivist with lived experience as a therapist, lawyer and human rights advocate. Sarah is passionate about creating "positively mad" culture and accessible approaches to mental distress based on shared humanity. She works as a consultant for Intentional Peer Support. Sarah struggles daily to vote with her life for a world she wants to live in. Volunteer activities include organizing around the IPS Learning Community, Peerly-Human Family, Human Rights Recovery and the Wellness-Recovery Human Rights Campaign (more info on facebook.
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On February 22nd 2013 Henry Maybury lost his brother Tom Maybury to alcoholism. Although Henry was ultimately destroyed by his brother's passing he decided to use the heartbreaking experience to raise awareness about alcohol abuse.
So what did he do?
He picked up his guitar and used his song writing talents to create a tribute video,for his brother Tom, that has recieved more than 1 million views on You Tube.
Today Henry is here with us to talk about losing his brother to alcoholism, his music and his mission to raise global awareness about the dangers and heartbreak of alcohol abuse and addiction.
Click here to learn more about Henry and his music.