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Tonight's special guest is Cheri Roberts from Lincoln City, Oregon. Cheri is a prolific journalist, who suffered many forms of (sexual, emotional and physical) abuse as a child and her series offers voices from other adult survivors supported by leading experts on the topic of pedophilia, incest and molestation. Cheri is a weekly talk-show host and producer for "Challenging the Rhetoric" (#CTR) every Wednesday. She also hosts a special First Thursdays series called, Sickness of Silence (#SOS) addressing childhood sexual abuse. The talk show description explains, "The culture of silence lives on in every generation molding each like the one that came before it. Silence enables abuse, but our words have always held the power to stop it. It is our inability to listen to and share uncomfortable truths that have allowed families to maintain their semblance of normalcy." Cheri suffered abuse as a child, but most notably was sexually abused by several uncle's and a couple of her mother's boyfriends. The sexual abuse began at the age of 3 when Cheri's uncle and aunt became her legal guardians amidst the drug-fueled backdrop of America's sexual revolution. Cheri has spoken openly on the topic of her abuse for decades and feels the shaming of the abuser is also the shaming of the child. As she says, "Shame is what keeps secrets." Outside of her personal life, Cheri is a much endorsed writer, investigative journalist, coach and marketer. As a freelance writer and prominent activist, Cheri lives her life “out-loud” challenging the system with her back turned against the status quo of the failed corporate media.
Join Christopher and Nenari (Princess of the Sea) for a very important chat about ways that people can be more respectful of lightworkers, their time, gifts and energy.
For years, we've watched people take advantage of the kindness of lightworkers everywhere. During this show, we are going to talk about respect, love and gratitude towards lightworkers. We'll also focus on ways that lightworkers can set healthy boundaries so that they are not taken advantage of or guilted. So many lightworkers have been abused over the years and have been treated entirely unfair. It's long overdue to talk about this and we are more than ready to share our stories and experiences with you!
Listen we talk about this topic and explore ways on how we can all come together as one!
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Speaking the truth to your family.
Telling your family that you were molested as a child is about the hardest part of breaking your silence. Many of us were molested by a family member who is respected and loved by most. You will begin to stack the reasons and excuses as to why you can’t or shouldn’t tell your family in your head and it sounds very reasonable in your head, but you know that it has to be done.
Breaking your silence to someone you trust is just opening the old infected wound and letting the poison out, but as adults we all know that our wound is not going to truly heal if we don’t let the doctor cut it open and clean it out completely. We are adults that were traumatized as children. We know better now. We are not little boys and girls and we have to set the example for others and show ourselves that we deserve being healthy and getting healing. We have to refuse to allow our molesters have power over us another day! You have to stop looking over your shoulder and walking on egg shells. This is what happened and it was not your fault and it is time to experience your life as it should be!
Those who have experienced narcissistic abuse know how difficult it can be to communicate with them. Every narcissistic abuse survivor asks the same questions: Why are they so defensive? How do we deal with them? Will they ever change?
Today's special guest, Darlene Lancer is here to answer those questions and talk about her newest book, Dealing with a Narcissist: 8 Steps to Improve Self-Esteem and Set Boundaries in Difficult Relationships. Darlene is also the author of several other books including Codependency for Dummies and the new book Freedom from Guilt and Blame: Finding Self-Forgiveness.
Darlene Lancer, JD, MFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and relationship and codependency expert. Over the course of 25 years, she has helped men and women recover from trauma, achieve greater self-esteem and autonomy, and find their paths personally and professionally. This is Darlene's third guest appearance on A Fine Time for Healing.
To learn more about Darlene Lancer please visit her website http://www.whatiscodependency.com/
Contact Darlene at email@example.com
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An enlightening, often overlooked topic. This tough love conversation about enabling , (a term more often used in addictions and substance abuse counseling) and how the term applies to the relationship between a participant and their weight loss program. In essence, the weight loss program becomes the enabler; as long as it is there AND it WORKS, I can eat what I want and just start again!. The game is this: The clinician thinks the person is motivated to release weight; the disconnect in communication is that the client is really just testing their safety net, before returning to their old habits. This cycle needs to stop and is physically dangerous, hence the reason for this broadcast
The program director and author of the program is Michelle Edmonds, M.A., M.Ed. Ms. Edmonds is affectionately known as "The Godmother" of Wellness, A/K/A the "drill sergeant".A trained counseling psychologist, she is a dynamic speaker in the area of wellness and personal development. Ms. Edmonds is also the CEO and Station Manager of Serenity Radio Network (SRN), an empowerment station that focuses on MIND, BODY, and SPIRIT
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Mick Schovanec owner of a leadership and personal development business, energy company and paintball facility.
Rashied Amini current Astrophysics PhD student. His theoretical white paper “An Algorithm for the Forecasting of Romantic Options” has been covered by over 30 publications worldwide, including New Scientist and El Pais. Amini is the owner and developer of Nanaya
Viki Winterton founder of Expert Insights Publishing, home of best-selling and award winning books and magazines, where visionaries and those on the rise come together to create immediate impact. Expert Insights Publishing is built on the solid foundation of over 25 years of expertise in promotion, publishing, product development, networking, and success.Viki is also a multiple #1 International Best-Selling Author and Award-Winning Publisher, founder of Bestselling Authors International Organization, Write Now! broadcast and Write Away, Write Now
Lynne Cockrum-Murphy has a doctorate in Education, is a licensed substance abuse counselor, an Access Bars® instructor, and an advanced level certified ThetaHealer® and course instructor
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Michelle goes out on the town with friends but never returns home. Every parent’s nightmare; their teenage daughter goes missing. Time passes; the police inform the parnts to expect worst.
DS Jim Broadbent becomes involved in the investigation. He begins to uncover a sickening sex trade which cuts across an MI5 investigation.
He is then taken into the world of the arms trade where sex abuse and white girls are trafficked in part payment.
The investigation leads to Spain where he reignites his affair with Sonja; not under the circumstances he would have liked, but to further the link in the arms trade being investigated by MI5…
Monday - Release YOUR Pain
Let Go of YOUR Suffering
Break YOUR Silence
Monday’s show is dedicated to survivors who need to take that one step and reveal the truth. Please don’t think of this special step as being exposed to the world and fearing the worst from people if you tell us what happened to you as a child, but instead know that you have been traumatized enough. You never did anything wrong. You deserve and should demand that this load of crap that has been dumped on you be cleaned off of you and out of you!! This trauma is no longer yours!! Take your poisonous secret, put it in a bag and throw it in the trash. It is out, gone and never to return because you can’t be a victim ever again!!! He no longer has that power over you!!
It is very true that the damage that he or she has caused is very real and you probably feel tore up from the floor up, but that is just it! You are now able to heal. You have stopped the damage and the profuse bleeding and the painful recovery begins. The healing path is stretched as far as your eyes can see and in fact, the ending is never seen by our eyes, but the path is a different path. It is a life being surrounded by people who support us and we seek healthy people and make healthier choices.
Welcome! And it all begins with This One Step.
Many who come for Restoration Prayer Ministry do not know the extent of their prayer needs. They aren't necessarily hiding anything; they simply are not aware of their root issues. Many do not know that their identity has been fractured by trauma and abuse until they begin sharing memories with a safe person. Intelligent little children have an amazing ability to fracture their identity in order to store overwhelming painful memories in different parts. It might be decades before these parts begin to surface and ask for healing. Hear a survivor share how shocked she was to learn that her identity was fractured.
Addressing the importance of talking with our youth about teen dating violence awareness month, understanding the signs of abuse and discussing our upcoming Quarterly Pamper and Support Day event.
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Tonight's special guest is Linda Dueling from Omaha, Nebraska, a child abuse survivor and active NAASCA volunteer family member. Linda was sexually abused and eventually raped by her Grandpa. This went on until she was about 8 years old. Later, at 12, she would 'fall in love' with a 20 year old who introduced her to IV drugs. At 15 she ended up living on the streets with a boy and they were eventually arrested for 'breaking and entering' when they tried to find shelter. He was sent to Juvenile Hall, but Linda was released to her mother. "Mom slapped and hit me the whole walk home about 12 blocks." She ran away again and experienced a horrible gang rape by a group of 'friends'. Linda says. "I know GOD saved me that night." Linda began using drugs again and meet a boy who would become her husband. "He began hitting me within months," Linda says. "I was beaten daily." It took nearly 2 decades before she joined a church and got clean. For a while things got better. She earned a Certificate in Counseling for Addiction. She built businesses and was seen as a 'success'. "I had over come my addiction and my marriage was now 'healthy' by everyone's standards. Yet I felt dead." In 2008 she tried to take her life. "I was held at the hospital for almost a month. When I left I went into Intensive Outpatient Therapy 5 days a week, four hours a day." In 2010 she'd had enough. "I left for a business trip and never returned home." Her life has improved but she knows she still has a long way to go. She pushes on "Telling this side of my story with out protecting anyone in the process is a new journey."
Hosted by Michael Hampton and Gabriel Rich
The control of minorities in the new America influenced early policing. New England settlers appointed Indian Officers to police Native Americans, the St. Louis police were founded to protect residents from Native Americans in that frontier city, and many southern police departments began as slave patrols. Today, as we examine police slogans like, “To Protect and to Serve” and “Committed to Excellence”, in a historical context, it becomes obvious that they’re not directed at the policed neighborhoods. We find police officers in the neighborhood of indigenous Americans and other working class races in the news every day. They Kill first and hide the facts later. They are murdering unarmed men and defenseless women and children and it is plain to see, in plain sight, they are abusing their positions of power. Through the media, the crimes are covered up and Politicians turn their heads as the innocent die every day while made up stories justify their “legalized” violence.