• 00:27

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview Jori!

    in Entertainment

    Born and raised in Atlanta, GA.; Jori is an extremely gifted singer and songwriter who’s very comfortable in the recording studio. Performing since the age of 9 she has always loved music. As a child her passion for reading quickly progressed to writing poems, which later developed into writing songs. After graduating from high school Jori continued to work hard to develop her craft by obtaining her AA in Music.

  • 01:03

    The Conversation: Alycia Miles, Ravry Sloan & Jori!!!

    in Self Help

    Welcome to the award winning show “the Conversation” in its 4th year airing on Blog Talk Radio. This show features the brightest and most unique guests we can find. We offer a dose of positive energy to inspire, motivate and educate you our listeners. Welcome sit back and enjoy the show!


    Hosts: Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey


    This week:


    Alycia Miles- Indie artist Alycia drops by to chat music and more. Alycia is One of CentricTV.com's 14 RnB artists you need to know in 2014. Things took off when she was introduced to multi-platinum production duo Carvin Haggins and Ivan Barias by industry tastemaker Andre Harrell


    Kenya Jori Shelton- Atlanta based songtress making an indelible mark on an Industry in need of a tune-up!


    Ravry Sloan- The author of “A Taste of Honey” drops by to share a few nuggets about her new book!


    All this and more!!! 

  • 01:01

    Jori Nunes- The Author of Chocolate Flowers

    in Self Help

    As an adult survivor of sexual abuse her birth parents as well as a mother of a molested son, the Author has not only lived to tell her story but after twenty years of researching this topic for a complete understanding by interviewing pedophiles and victims of sexual crimes has gathered the information and memories together with the amazing ability to write one twisted tale for awareness and prevention of a silent crisis that effects about 20% of our children in hopes that no other parent or caregiver will have to go through the devastating consequences of coping with the unimaginable emotional life sentence that sexual abuse causes to the victim as well as the parent or caregiver. Chocolate Flowers was written with love however, it is not an easy story to read as it is disturbing and can make the reader emotional just enough to change the way you think and feel about the topic of emotional and sexual child abuse in hopes to help detect and prevent it from ever happening to another child. This is a tale you will not want to put down and will never forget.

  • 01:31

    'Its a Family Affair' -welcome Jori Nunes - 'Chocolate Flowers'

    in Self Help

    Welcome to Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio, we are here to encourage learning in a 'Family' sort of way. I hope you will invite your friends & your teens to listen in to our Monday night programs. We can begin to learn 'with' our children in how to let go of what past generations have taught us about the acts of abuse and violence, especially that which happens in our family unit. We are hoping to spark new thought in your views about these types of behaviors and what effect it has on the family as a whole. 


    Tonight we are discussing the impact of mental health issues in our homes, and what can often lead to abusive behaviors, which parents are not always able to accept or deal with properly. Trish will be talking with author/advocate; Jori Nunes about her book 'Chocolate Flowers'. A new book out looking under the surface of a home filled with dysfunction. 


    Join in with Trish, live Monday evening at 9pm eastern/ 8pm central/ 7pm mountain/ 6pm pacific time. Hopefully you'll want to take part in the conversation and give her a call live at 347-214-7754 or connect in our always welcoming chatroom with some really incredible butterfly helpers.


    We are connecting hearts & holding hands around the world. This is a broadcast production of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. New Hope, New Courage, New Conviction, New Faith, New Truth!! Welcoming #Resolution4Change in 2014!!

  • 01:01

    Real Talk with Rachel: Interview with Jori Nunes, Author & Beyond Survivor

    in Self Help

    In this episode of Real Talk with Rachel, I will be speaking with author Jori Nunes. Her novel, Chocolate Flowers, is a disturbing tell-all saga that is based on true actual events. Reading the story will make you cry and not want to put the book down but you will also have a better understanding of a silent worldwide crisis of mentally disturbed sexual offenders of children and the devastating effects of child emotional abuse, neglect and sexual molestation in hopes to bring awareness and prevent future abuse as one in five children have been reported as being sexually assaulted by the age of fifteen by a person that was not a stranger.


    Jori’s novel is heartwrenching and raw – a no holds barred story of abuse, falling down, and then getting back up and fighting for one’s self and the one’s we love. Jori will share with us her own story of abuse and how she also coped when she discovered her son was being abused by a trusted friend.


    Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Jori’s story – I know you will be forever changed!

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 963

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Jori Nunes from Modesto, California, a sex abuse survivor and author of the new book "Chocolate Flowers: A Twisted Tale That Deserves to be Told" which was written for awareness to help understand and protect children. Jori says, "I have 2 counties in California now using the book as mandatory training for people who have to renew their credential's like CPS, foster care parents, social workers." She continues, "The Lisa project is a scientific exhibit in CA and they buy it in bulk at cost and keep the proceeds which is fine with me. I am just a small fish in big sea with a huge story that makes a ton of sense." As a survivor of sexual abuse by her birth parents as well as being a mother of a molested son, Jori has not only lived to tell her story but has spent twenty years researching this topic by interviewing pedophiles and victims of sexual crimes. She has gathered the information and memories together with the amazing ability to write one twisted tale for awareness and prevention of a silent crisis that effects about 20% of our children. Jori hopes that no other parent or caregiver will have to go through the devastating consequences of coping with the unimaginable emotional life sentence that sexual abuse causes to the victim as well as the parent or caregiver. "Chocolate Flowers" was written with love however. It is not an easy story to read as it is disturbing and can make readers become emotional just enough to change the way they think and feel about the topic of emotional and sexual child abuse. Jori hopes the book will help detect and prevent such abuse from ever happening to another child. This is a tale you will not want to put down, and will never forget.

  • 01:03

    NHLBreakdown

    in Hockey

    11/14- Today, we're talking:  AHL OT Experiment, Fantasy Reports & NHL Team Good Start/Bad Start


    NHLBreakdown hosted by Scott Levy, w/George Kurtz of RotoExperts.com covering all the on & off ice action of the NHL


     


    Our Fantasy Reports, including the IR, Goalie & Waiver Wire reports, will help keep you fantasy team a constant threat!


     


    Shows twice a week:  Mondays @ 5 pm/Fridays @ 2pm (September thru May)


    **Mondays only (@ 5 pm) (July & August)

  • 01:10

    NHLBreakdown

    in Hockey

    11/7- Fantasy Reports, Ashton Drug Suspension, M.A. Fluery resigning and more NHL Team Season Start talk


    NHLBreakdown hosted by Scott Levy, w/George Kurtz of RotoExperts.com covering all the on & off ice action of the NHL


     


    Our Fantasy Reports, including the IR, Goalie & Waiver Wire reports, will help keep you fantasy team a constant threat!


     


    Shows twice a week:  Mondays @ 5 pm/Fridays @ 2pm (September thru May)


    **Mondays only (@ 5 pm) (July & August)

  • 00:31

    GETTING OVER IT

    in Women

    Jori Nunes is the author of Chocolate Flowers a difficult book for her to write emotionally; but it’s a story she always knew she needed to write, it is book about severe childhood abuse, a topic that most people feel comfortable discussing.


    Jori grew up knowing her parents were both ‘different’ and as she aged she learned that the difference was due to mental illness.  Jori saw her mother suffer horrible beatings from her father. Jori herself was sexually, emotionally and physically abused and she tried to make sense of the confusion of having disturbed parents.


    The reason Jori wrote this courageous book Chocolate Flowers was because she wanted to ‘GET OVER’ her own depression, understand her past and to help readers learn to protect their own children. She uses her knowledge and experience as she shares what’s in her heart in hopes that she is able to raise awareness on this important and critical subject. Her greatest wish is abuse of any kind is never again perpetrated on another innocent child.


    CONNECT WITH JORI


    FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/CHOCOLATEFLOWERSJORINUNES


    Email: JoriRRealty@gmail.com


    Book:  Chocolate Flowers

  • 01:22

    INCLUSION: NO ONE DENIED Presents "Ableism, Alive and Well"

    in Spirituality

    Over the past few weeks we have preached about Jacob wrestling with the Angel of the Lord and though walking away limping, he nevertheless was blessed, becoming, the Father of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. We also, spoke on the topic of "The Cost of Discipleship". In that message we discussed the Godly commission that He has placed on everyone who calls Him Lord; that is, we are to care for one another, share with one another and earnestly, love one another, especially the disenfranchized among us.


    This week we are going to return to our general theme concerning society's traditionally negative atitude towards people with disabilities. Ableism (the belief that people with disabilities are inferior to those who consider themselves "able-bodied") is very much alive in the 21st century.


    I read a story this weekend that proved that prejudice, discrimination and even hatred towards the disabled is by no means a thing of the past. The news story was about a father who had a 7 year old son with Cerebral Palsy. This "man" despised his son so much that he physically and emotionally abused the boy everyday of his life, referring to him not by his given name, Jori, but rather, calling him "dummy". He even used that derogatory name when being questioned by the police; but I am ahead of myself. The story goes that this "man" took his wheelchair bound son into the kitchen and killed the boy by beheading and dismembering him with a meat cleaver. He then left the decapitated head by the roadside, outside his Louisiana home, so that the boy's mother would find it.

  • 01:01

    Talking Stick Radio welcomes Virgil Mayor Apostol

    in Self Help

    Virgil Mayor Apostol comes from a maternal and paternal line of healers, and has dedicated himself to the research, development, and promotion of Filipino cultural and healing traditions. He holds a private healing practice where he offers a traditional form of manual therapy called Ablon, and Aglupos, which is a form of bioenergetic healing. He is an instructor in the Filipino martial arts and Jori - wooden club swinging practices from India, both which he uses as forms of physical rehab. Apostol earned a Bachelor in Business Administration, and has attained certifications in Oriental Bodywork Therapy and in Holistic Health. His book, "Way of the Ancient Healer: Sacred Teachings from the Philippine Ancestral Traditions" was released by North Atlantic Books in 2010, and is now in second print. He also co-authored an earlier book titled, "Healing Hands of Hilot" back in 1997. He conducts workshops on Ablon, and participates at various speaking engagements. More about Apostol can be found on his website, www.rumsua.org.
    Following along with our current Talking Stick Radio theme of "taking your power back from large systems," we'll invite Virgil to share about how he took his power back from religion.  We invite listeners to call in and share your own experiences in taking your power back from large systems at 424-220-1870.

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