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All domestic violence is not physical. In fact many would say that domestic violence begins with subtle emotional abuse. During this episode of the "We All Got Issues" show, Dr. Glenda interviews Elder Juanita Sanders Cribb who shares her story of emotional abuse. Yes! Domestic Violence also happens among people in the church - congregants and leaders.
Emotional abuse can be worse than physical abuse! What is childhood trauma and how does it affect your children?
Prevent and treat trauma and stress in your children by joining us on this episode CCFL Blog Talk Radio. Discover the truth behind emotional abuse and physical abuse so you can end it once and for all!
Jane Evans has worked with families and children who are dealing with childhood trauma, physical and emotional abuse. She can help you heal and unite your family with simple awareness and strategies.
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Emotional abuse is sometimes labeled as the worst type of abuse. Leaving no evidence or scars, it can be the most devastating. Growing up our elders would say, "sticks and stones may break our bones but names will never hurt me." I strongly disagree. What someone says to us will play over and over in our head. It only stops when we take control over our thoughts and what we allow to stay.
Rev. Glenda G.Paris Kelly knows first hand about emotional abuse. At the age of 7 negative words were sown in her life.
All her life she she fought hard to prove people wrong. It wasn't about where she lived and what she had. It was about who she was as an individual and the content of her heart. Today, Glenda is an accomplished journalist, writer, artist and Woman of God. She has a passion for people and it shows.
Join us as we chat about her testimony,journey and her strong ties to community outreach.
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Saturday, September 6, 2014
Chespapeake Public Library
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Abusive behavior in relationships is a common problem. This series on such behaviors will help you to evaluate the abuse level in your past or present relationship.
Abuse is any behavior that is designed to control and subjugate another human being through the use of fear, humiliation, and verbal or physical assaults.
Day 1: Emotional Abuse
Emotional abuse is any kind of abuse that is emotional rather than physical in nature. It can include anything from verbal abuse and constant criticism to more subtle tactics, such as intimidation, manipulation, and refusal to ever be pleased.
Day 2: Financial Abuse
Financial abuse is a common tactic used by abusers to gain power and control in a relationship. Financial abuse can be very subtle -- telling you what you can and cannot buy or requiring you to share control of your bank accounts.
Day 3: Sexual Abuse
Sexual abuse refers to any action that pressures or coerces someone to do something sexually they don't want to do. Sexual abuse is unwanted sexual activity, with perpetrators using force, making threats or taking advantage of victims not able to give consent.
Day 4: Using Children As A Weapon
Using your children against you as a means to get you to do something that you wouldn’t usually want to do; to manipulate you and control you.
Day 5: Physical Abuse
Physical abuse is an act of another party involving contact intended to cause feelings of physical pain, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm. The root cause of emotional and psychological difficulties later in later are often attributed to physical abuse.
If you are concerned about your relationship please seek local professional assistance.
In today's society, bullying has become a growing problem and can impact our children in many ways. Bullying comes in several forms such as cyber bullying, verbal abuse and even physical violence. 8p ET August 13, 2014 - dial 347-850-8486 and join our distinguished panel of symptometrists and special guests - Keva Williams and Coach Khayr Love - for solutions on overcoming bullying and emotional abuse once and for all.
Root Cause Radio gladly welcomes back Dr. Charlie Abbott, OMD, LAc, LSym & Director of Administration at the AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMTPOMETRY to give our listeners the advantage in reducing emotional vulnerability and repurposing anger/aggression.
Tonight's empowerment panel will also feature Keva Williams - author of THE QUIET RAGE - and Coach Khayr Love - astrologer, mentor, success trainer, and Symptometry advocate. Keva has made it one of her life’s purpose is to destroy the, "I Can't" that women carry when subjected to any form of abuse because of Shame, Pride, or Fear of leaving that Abusive Situation. Coach Khayr Love specializes in the Emotional Freedom Technique and empowering individuals to overcome. This will be one show to share!
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Cults, Abuse Of Power, and Emotional Abuse With Bonnie Kaye: I was a Guest Host on her show:
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It is our Survivors World night and we are talking about the bruises you can't see, the control strings our parents & partners use to keep us in 'line'. You are not a puppet on strings. You have value & You are capable of living without them. Call in at 347-215-7754 or connect in our chatroom with our volunteers. Show starts at 9pm eastern/ 8pm central/ 7pm mountain/ 6m pacific time. We welcome men, women & most certainly teens. Emotional abuse is a vile destruction of the person you were intended to be, but you do not have to give them this power!!
On this show we are looking at the studies on this type of harm, but more importantly we want to hear about your experiences. Did your parents commonly use the word 'Stupid' to describe you as a person? Did/does your patner or spouse have you believing that you have absolutely no identity without them, that you are completely incapable of achieving/completing the slighest small task? Are you constantly struggling to see yourself in a mirror, some reflection of a person who does exist? You are invited to come share this with us as we open up our phones to hear your voice!!
Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio is a community outreach broadcast production of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. Our shows are in no way intended as any form of legal, therapeutic, or psychological professional service. Visit our site for resources or information about our entire recovery & support. Together we are connecting hearts & holding hands of help around the world. Providing services to help victims, survivors & families dealing with some form of past or present abuse, violence or trafficking issue. We always have community resource education and prevention tools. www.butterflydreamsabuserecovery.com Fndr/Owner/CEO Patricia 'Trish' McKnight "My Justice"
Leading psychologist Dr. Gregory Jantz, founder and director of The Center for Counseling and Health Resources joins us today to discuss his book Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse. Dr. Jantz will discuss the often-overlooked issue of emotional abuse. He will explain exactly what defines emotional abuse, how surprisingly common the problem is, how silence can be abuse, and why people who have been abused tend to minimize that abuse. He will help listeners come to a better understanding of themselves and their abuser.
To identify emotional abuse in your own life, go to Jeannie’s blog before you listen and test yourself on the Signs of Emotional Abuse from Dr. Jantz’s book. http://jeanniestjohntaylor.blogspot. com/
Contact Dr. Jantz at www.aplaceofhope.com or www.DrGregoryJantz.com
Emotional abuse covers a wide range of topics and issues. When it comes to name-calling, shaming, blaming, belittling and a total lack of attention, many people in the cleft and craniofacial community can identify. Why? Because it has happened to them. This week's "CleftCast" #podcast focuses on the subject of emotional abuse, its roots in family backgrounds and totally backwards thinking, and considers the question of just how damaging it can be to a child and/or young adult's life. Host Joe Rutland shares some of his experiences in life around this subject, too. "CleftCast" continues its ongoing series of bringing up so-called "taboo" subject matter and puts it out into the light of listening, sharing and caring.
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March 13, 2014 -LIVING A RICHER LIFE: with Debbie Zoub, MSW, Psychotherapist and Author of Stands with Fists: Moving Beyond Psychological and Verbal Abuse ~ A True Story and Professional Guide to Healing.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE: A relationship can be unhealthy or abusive even without physical violence. Psychological and Verbal abuse may not cause physical damage, but it does cause emotional pain and scarring. Such abuse comes in many forms. Psychological and Verbal abuse includes non-physical behaviors such as threats, insults, constant monitoring, excessive texting, humiliation, intimidation or stalking. Emotions exert an incredibly powerful force on human behavior. It has been said that our emotions tell us who we are. If we are numb to our emotions, then we can't possibly know who we really are. How can victims understand what’s happening to them and move beyond Psychological and Verbal Abuse?
For 11 years, Debbie Zoub was the Director and Psychotherapist with the Christopher House where she presented educational seminars and provided psychotherapy for individuals, groups and couples. For much of her life, Debbie has been searching for answers. She was driven to document some troublesome aspects of her own life. The intense journaling resulted in an entertaining and educational manuscript which morphed into her new book, “Stands with Fists.” In the book, Debbie documents the process she used to successfully free herself from psychological and verbal abuse.
"I've got to follow my heart."
"I feel it in my gut."
Our emotions are an huge part of our lives. We filter information, preconceptions, and make judgements based on how we feel. We listen to our gut when it comes to making a decision to do something. If we feel right about something, then we ought to do it.
The sad part is that emotions are not a very good measurement for making decisions.
God gave us these things called feelings. How we use them is what matters.
Today's show is all about the emotional rollercoaster. How to deal with emotions and then train yourself to take control of your emotions. Learn to be the operator of the emotional rollercoaster instead of rider. Join me as I talked with Lacresha Hayes, author, publisher, financial advisor, and all around cool entrepreneur. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, download the WLUV radio mobile app today.
1. Go through it, not around it.
2. Detach and revel in your independence again.
3. List your strengths.
4. Allow some fantasizing.
5. Help someone else.
6. Laugh. And cry.
7. Make a good and bad list.
8. Work it out.
9. Create a new world.
10. Find hope.
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