SORT BY Relevancy
in Self Help
Tonight our broadcast on the Generation No More discussion will be looking into the dark reality of Child Sexual Abuse. This is a show important whether you work with children or are just a concerned adult who wants to know more about the dangers of this very silent crime. We begin at 9pm eastern/ 8pm central/ 6pm pacific time. Our call in number is 347-215-7754 for your questions, comments, shares. You can also connect with many others by signing into blogtalk with any social ID to join in our chatroom commentary during every broadcast.
What is child sexual abuse? Most of us can answer this with the response of Molestation or ANY sexual contact with a child under the age of 18. Do you know however that this is a crime? Do you know what behaviors to watch for in those young children who are unable to tell us what's going on? Do you understand how to bring about conversation with a young child about sexual abuse? Do you know what Pedophiles and Predators look for in their victims?
These are many of the topic points shared on our website to help you spot and rescue a victim. Tonight we are talking about this live with you, in massive detail, so that you will be better prepared to spot harm to your child or perhaps a child next door, down the street, or in your classroom.
We strive to bring you the very best of our broadcasting and hope to encourage your interest and live participation during the shows. Our archives are always available to listen at your convenience, however with live shows you also get the pleasure of connecting with many others in the mission of protecting our children, giving them a better world tomorrow, being their voice and strong advocates within your homes, communities, schools.
This is a broadcast of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. Our shows are not intended as any form of legal or psychological professional help. We highly recommend seeking counseling and/or legal advocacy when abuse happens.
-The show AWE Team will give updates & highlights of Upcoming AWE Awards Event in London for 29th June 2013. - Priscilla Musonda the Author of 'Stolen Childhood,The 3C's' and a nominee for AWE ward for the Author of the year Award. Pricilla survived childhood sexual abuse and now helps other victims to ovecome the traumatic experiences. Priscilla will be discussing what s Child Sexual Abuse, and she will also discuss ways of identifying and helping victims. Evelyn Corrado- Will be hosting the Show; She has previously worked with victims of Child Abuse during her work in Mental Health and aslo in her counselling services. She enjoys to see people succeed as they overcome life setbacks through her professional and confidential support. Hence, she does Online and face to face counselling which you can access via www.ev-onlinecounselling.com .Thank you. AWE Team.
It happened to Oprah, it happened to Ellen, it happened to Monique, and it happend to 42,000,000 other reported survivors in the United States. Child sexual abuse is an epidemic affecting 1 in 4 girls, 1 in 6 boys --- and only 1 in 10 ever tell. 93% of children are abused by someone they kow ad the median age is 9.
WHITE OUT CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE DAY APRIL 30th is part of THE VOICE MOVEMENT to bring the issue of child sexual abuse out of the closet and into the public arena. We are asking the wolrd to stand for the innocence of a child by earing white on April 30th and mourn the innocence lost of 42,000,000 survivors in the US.
in Self Help
SDIAG sheds light on the silenced topic of Child Sexual Abuse for April Child Abuse Prevention Month. 1 out of 3 girls, 1 out of 5 boys will be sexually abused before age 18.Child Sexual Abuse awareness and prevention. From Darkness to Light survivor stories of Sexual Child abuse and our very own Founder of SDIAG will talk about these silenced topics and the importance of Breaking the Silence.IT IS 98% PREVENTABLE.
Welcome back to WHR You Decide!
In this special edition of our program, Patricia and I have teamed up to perform the research for the feature article for one of the most talented actors of our age, Doug Jones, who we are honored to interview and will be here to chat with you at 347-838-9722 this Sunday October 06, 2013 at 10 AM Pacific time! Let it be known that Doug Jones is a crusader, fighting to help stop the horrible menace of Child Sexual Abuse! As our special guest on WHR You Decide this Sunday, Jones has chosen the very sensitive subject of child slavery and sexual abuse of children in America. Doug has worked tirelessly with Street Grace of Atlanta Georgia to combat this horrific crime against the most vulnerable in our society.
As Doug wrote to us;
"The problem (of child sexual slavery) is multi-leveled, as there are the business pimps using the kids, there's the customer base driving the business, and there's the kids who are in a position to be lured in. So many angles to attack from. When it comes to the kids themselves, the deteriorating family unit is of special concern to me. So this subject matter of parents and their children grabs my heart when I'm looking at film projects. "
We will discuss his 2010 film, The Candy Shop, and encourage you to help stop the horrendous practice of Child Sexual Abuse. Thank you.
India’s huge population, vast demographic differences and socio cultural complexities present challenges to addressing child sexual abuse. Get an insight and be inspired by three professionals from varied backgrounds who are breaking off chunks from the rock of denial, diffidence, ignorance and paranoia which epitomize the context. Join our host, Diane Cranley, as she talks with Vidya Reddy MA - Co-founder of Tulir a direct prevention initiative with children which includes online safety; Archana Dange - Master Franchisee, Teacher trainer for 40 schools across the state, Manager of the Helen O Grady Drama Academy; Trupti Chengalath Sreedhara - Volunteer Organizer and Technology Communications, Prevention Campaign Developer; Nancy Thomas MASW - Co founder of Tulir - Centre for the Prevention Healing of Child Sexual Abuse at Chennai, India.
Childood Matters: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse--April 11, 2010
No child should ever have to experience sexual abuse, nor keep their experience a secret. How can we protect our children from life long consequences and offer them safe environments in which to heal and grow? How can parents and teachers identify the signs of child sexual abuse? Join Nurse Rona and guests to discuss child sexual abuse
in Self Help
Child Sexual Assault is 98% Preventable. Learn how to prevent child sexual abuse.1 out of 3 girls and 1 out of 5 boys will be sexually assaulted before the age of 18. This scary reality is very much needed to talk about and out communities can stop this vicous cycle from re-occuring .
Churches,schools,community centers and other community resources needs to educate the massess on these issues.
Today SDIAG outlines 3 strong survivors of child sexual abuse.
The impact of sexual abuse can range from no apparent effects to very severe ones. Typically, children who experience the most serious types of abuse—abuse involving family members and high degrees of physical force—exhibit behavior problems ranging from separation anxiety to posttraumatic stress disorder. However, children who are the victims of sexual abuse are also often exposed to a variety of other stressors and difficult circumstances in their lives, including parental substance abuse. The sexual abuse and its aftermath may be only part of the child's negative experiences and subsequent behaviors. Therefore, correctly diagnosing abuse is often complex.
During this show we will explore: EDUCATION PREVENTION and RECOVERY of CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE!!!
Join Mr. Brett A. Scudder as he talks with Mr. Bo Budinsky, child sexual abuse survivor, advocate, public speaker and humanitarian, about his life living and dealing with sexual abuse and the impacts. We will talk about his non-profit org Save One Survivor and the work he is doing there. Please show Love and support for him and his work in putting an end to the sexual abouse of all children
About Mr. Budinsky.
My life has been challenging at best. I've dealt with addiction, shattered relationships, abandoned careers. I've been homeless, shot at, broken and disgusted. Only this last year have I "come out of hiding" so to speak. I have been ashamed of something and running my entire life. I never knew what it was. Now I know. I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and it has profoundly affected my life.
I was violated by three family members, a family friend, a neighbor, two local businessmen, a serial pedophile, a twenty-one year old women who enjoyed having a fifteen year old 'boy toy', and a psychiatrist. I began acting out and exhibiting signs when I was around ten, so this man was chosen to help me. He was a prominent member of our community as well as the church I was brought up in. He "took care" of all us young acolytes. Surely he could be trusted. He couldn’t.
I knew I was broken, troubled, and hopelessly addicted and entered recovery for that in 1976 at the age of twenty-six. My healing, spiritual journey began then. I worked diligently over the years in twelve step programs, therapy, inner child work, meditation, religion, ad infinitum. Suffice it to say that if there was anything available which I thought would be healing and enriching, I grabbed onto it. Yet I would periodically self destruct, typically when it appeared that I was doing my best.
Please join us and share the info.
Thank you Mr. Budinsky for taking the time to be our guest.
Join Host Live Chats
There are no live chats in progress