• 00:11

    Discussion: Kingdom Women Overcoming Childhood Abuse Fear

    in Women

    Spirit-Life Coach Nikki Jourdan reaches out to kingdom women of childhood-abuse and cycles of fear. Get clarity, understanding and empowerment to overcome the past and live in the present by love.


     

  • 00:31

    Healing from Sexual Childhood Abuse/Keeping Your Children Safe from Predators

    in Lifestyle

    This episode is one full of hope and encouragement for those who have suffered the devastation of child sexual abuse and of valuable information for parents to keep their children safe and away from predators. My guest Dave Pittman is the Executive Director of "Together We Heal" and a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. Through his organization he provides counseling and guidance for those who suffer from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse and works to educate the public and expose the sexual predators methods. We will be discussing how he brings healing to those who have been victimized this way and what parents can do to protect their children.

  • 00:31

    [Beyond Surviving Radio] It’s Time to Take Back Your Sex Life!

    in Self Help

    Do you struggle with sex? Do you feel guilty, dirty or shut down? Do you worry that you’re never going to be able to enjoy sex?


    Well, I’ve got good news! While our sexuality can be hugely impacted by sexual abuse, we have the power to reclaim our sex lives and start making powerful choices for ourselves.


    During this week’s show, I’m going to share with you some powerful exercises you can do to take back the reins, break down barriers, and have the sex life you want.


    www.rachelgrantcoaching.com


     

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1015

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Erica Hammel from Michigan, a mother who became an advocate and activist because of the childhood abuse of her young child a year ago. The boy, known as Wyatt The Warrior, nearly died from his injuries, and his mother, Erica, become a voice for victims of child abuse. The toddler was abused when he was just 1 year old (he turned 2 in October, 2014).  Wyatt was physically assaulted (shaken baby syndrome) by the woman Erica's ex husband had left her for. The child suffered a major brain bleed, broken ribs, and permanent brain damage and, and was not expected to live. In fact Erica was told he might never even crawl. But after spending 7 weeks at Children's Hospital he was considered a living, breathing miracle. Wyatt is now walking and has literally beaten all the odds. Erica writes, "His father is not allowed to see him. His father's girlfriend had a criminal history of child abuse that he knew of (I didn't know) and he still left Wyatt alone with her. On the days he was going to work he told me Wyatt stayed with his mom." When criminal proceedings began, Erica had to quit her job because Wyatt needed full care. He currently does some sort of therapy 4xs a week. His main problems are he can't talk and he can't eat solid food. As Erica says it, "The fact that Wyatt's abuser had a previous history of child abuse sickened me." She wondered how someone who is convicted of physically abusing a child wasn't on a register sex offender registry." She concludes, "I had to speak up, I have to make a change. We need to protect our children, especially the ones who don't have a voice."

  • 00:56

    Discovering the Beautiful YOU

    in Self Help

    How do you experience self love? Do you love yourself?


    Guest is Mia Saenz is a Transformational Spiritual Practitioner and Media Host. She is the creator of 'Total Flow Mastery' (TFM), and 'Beautiful as you are now!' (BAYAN) two programs that bring Self-Love into our lives. TFM teaches the methods of conscious self love, understanding fear, shifting our consciousness and manifestation. BAYAN is conscious self love and Feminine Essence work, to bring the complete confident sexy you in. Both programs provide inner peace and confidence, enabling people to Live the Life they Dreamed. Through her media work Mia is able to spread the messages of others. Her website is miasaenz.com.


    CTHRadio unites healing specialist with childhood trauma survivors. Your host, Susan Jacobi, a thriver after childhood abuse, knows healing is in replacing the trauma mindset. Her book, How to Love Yourself: The Hope after Child Abuse is available at amazon. To pick up your FREE ebook, 11 Tools for Happiness CLICK here. You can reach Susan directly at susan@conversationsthatheal.com.

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1011

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Mandy Smith from Portland, Oregon, a child abuse survivor, activist and writer. Her "Healing Beyond Survival" BLOG is excellent. As she says, "Any way that I can help spread awareness about abuse, count me in!" To this end she's reaching out to others, and joining the NAASCA family. But advocating for abuse victims wasn't Mandy's orginal goal. "Three years ago, I started out with a plan to write a story," she says, "a personal story about my childhood sexual abuse and it’s aftermath. By the time I had finished the first draft of my memoir, "Secrets In Big Sky Country" (due to be published in Sept 2015), I became aware that it wasn't just my story. There were many others out there with similar stories of abuse." Beginning at age three, Mandy was groomed and molested by her stepfather, the man whom she called "Daddy." At 14, when she broke the family's code of silence, she was shunned. As a young girl her search for acceptance led Mandy down a dark path where she incurred more abuse. When a brutal rape results in pregnancy, the deep love she felt for her unborn baby surprised Mandy. Plans took shape quickly for their new life together. Then, one final act of deception and betrayal by her parents sent Mandy into a four-decade-long abyss of depression, eating disorders and PTSD. But now she says, "My forthcoming memoir is the story of childhood abuse, betrayal and abandonment. But it doesn't end there. My journey has led me to a place of healing beyond survival. I especially hope that adults who were molested as children will read it and know they are not alone. I know that together, we can overcome the shame that comes from secret-keeping. Recovery and healing is possible!"

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1010

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Jeanette Allison from Monterey, CA, who suffered neglect and emotional abuse at the hands of her mother, a raging and mean alcoholic with Bipolar disorder, a sadistic and narcissistic personality who suffered from a schizoaffective disorder with paranoia. Jeanette's father was the enabler in the family. He worked three jobs to support the family of four. Her mother targeted her specifically, not her more compliant brother. Until recently Jeanette was a single mother and an LGBT activist. She had problems with alcohol in the past and successfully broke free of those problems through the help of AA's 12 Step program which she still practices on a daily basis, targeting the spiritual malady that lead her to drink in the first place. Although AA has been the solution to her alcoholism, she found no relief for trauma she suffered and carried with her from childhood. This is changing now as Jeanette found an answer to addressing unhealed maladies when she learned of Rivka Edery's book "Trauma and Transformation: A 12 Step Guide" and NAASCA's every other Thursday night "Stop Child Abuse Now" radio talk series that's devoted to the application of a 12 Step Program and approach to recovery the trauma of childhood abuse. Jeanette continues to be a shining light, despite suffering from a traumatic work accident, and a rare hand tumor that have halted her dream job as an occupational therapist. As such has a special interest in individuals with disabilities. She married her wife, Jackie Allison, this summer, and strives to be a leader who use her compassion, her kindness and the love of writing and photography to heal others' hearts.

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1020

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Cynthia Jamin from Los Angeles is a child abuse survivor and activist who helps support one of her favorite non profit efforts, www.Childhelp.org with donations through her business, www.TwirlyGirlShop.com. Cynthia shares her story with the hope that it will motivate others to reach out, help and share. As the web site states, "We donate a portion of every sale to this leading national non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect." And it goes on, "We have a personal reason for wanting to help children. Cynthia Jamin, designer and owner of TwirlyGirl, shares her story with the hope that it will motivate others to reach out, help and share." Cynthia has quite a story. Raised as the only child of a poor single mother, she was abused by a camp councilor at an over night camp as a little girl, starting when Cynthia was seven years old. She was assaulted by him for the next six years. (There's a three minute video about Cynthia at the bottom of the TwirlyGirl "Our Story" web page.) Anxious to speak out against child abuse, Cynthia writes she's looking forward to this opportunity. "It’s great to know this radio platform is available for people. hat you are doing is fantastic for all of us - speaking and silent.

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1019

    in Self Help

    SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison and Tracy Baxter, Canadian activists from British Columbia, will join Bill Murray to lead this evening's discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America. Tonight's TOPIC: a round table discussion with two families who will speak with us about the effects CPS abuse had on their families for three generations. We often forget the 'ripple' effect of a tragedy, and how it affects not just the people at the core, but all those around them, and often for years to come. We will be speaking with Lina Desmoulin from the Blakout Documentary 'Powerful as God', and her daughter and granddaughter, Deanna and Hillary Paul, from Ontario, whose family was destroyed from the involvement of CPS. We will also be speaking with Reverend Rosemary Dalton and her son, Michael, from Missouri, whose ongoing CPS nightmare has now spanned 17 years. "For Our Kids" show panelist Eugenea Couture, author of the incredibly influential book 'Adoption not an Option' is joining us, too. Trauma is not something that can be confined, compartmentalized, or just 'gotten over', and it is only by speaking up about these issues and demanding change that we can work preventatively from damaging generations of families. ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: naasca.forourkids@gmail.com

  • 02:01

    "Community Matters" This Week - 360

    in Self Help

    News of the Week show - Once a year we move our regular Sunday show forward one day and call this our "Super Bowl Saturday" show. We hope our followers will enjoy the Super Bowl on Sunday. ~~ Join our founder and host, Bill Murray, co-hosts MJ Goyings, Carol D. Levine and other LACP & NAASCA family members, as they invite you to help them discuss the public safety and child abuse related news and crime stories of the week from each of our two national grassroots efforts, LA Community Policing and the National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse. Every day we carry new articles based on current events on both our web sites. Look for them daily in the lower grey portion of our home pages. To make things easy, we collect them all together for this, our two hour long Sunday show .. where community call-in participation is always welcome! ~~ Please click on both these links to see our "News of the Week" for January - Week 4 from: LACP.org and NAASCA.org

  • 01:29

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1018

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Sue Julsen from Nevada, a returning NAASCA family member, a survivor and thriver and true crime, memoir and crime fiction writer. She's author of the best selling “Bitter Memories” series. Largely, autobiographical, Ms Julsen chose to use fictional names to protect the innocent, and the guilty, from those in real life (she has more crime fiction coming out this year.) Abducted by her father when she was three, the book’s main character, Sarah, found herself in a world of criminal neglect and unfathomable oppression as her father, stepmother and many others perpetrated more and more horrible acts of verbal, mental and sexual abuse on the innocent girl. Continually terrified, Sarah formed separate personalities in order to survive. In nightmares, the other personalities would show Sarah the horrific abuse she was being subjected to in her day to day life. This story of the author’s early life – a life on the run, hungry, abused, and terrified – is a truly unnerving and gripping account of the extremes of neglect and mistreatment a child can undergo, and still survive. “Bitter Memories,” written with the hope that exposing these horrors will help prevent them from happening to others, is dedicated to all survivors of abuse. “Trophy Murders” is the second in the series, part fiction/part non-fiction, and “Cutter’s Revenge” completes her story. Sue also has other works published that can be found on her web site.

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