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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.
Journalist Suzanne Marcus Fletcher interviews the Founder of the U Touch I Tell Foundation, Chi Hosseinion, and co-writer, Verena Somer, of the U Touch I Tell (TM) new children's book. This show focuses on this brand new, pioneering effort, a wonderfully creative, and informative children's book with a very important message about child abuse, prevention of child sexual abuse, and educational tools. This show also addresses the obstacles of educating children about sexual abuse in schools by getting the requisite cooperation of districts and school boards. Also discussed, is how to get parents and caregivers to take a larger role in broaching a subject that was once thought taboo. Join us for the conversation May 30 at Noon. For more information, go to www.utouchItell.org
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Carol the Coach will be interviewing Staci Sprout who is a Recovering Sex Addict who wrote the book Naked in Public: A Memoir of Recovery From Sex Addiction and Other Temporary Insanities. This a riveting e-book starts at the beginning of trauma by talking about her sexual addiction and how she reenacted that trauma with sexual addiction. It is an inspiring memoir of how you can grow and heal from the sickness and take your life further than you ever thought it could go.
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Tonight's special guest is Lenora Thompson from Minnesota, a child abuse survivor and freelance writer whose areas of expertise are narcissistic abuse, mind control techniques (and how they relate to Satanic Ritual Abuse), co-dependence, Stockholm Syndrome and all their offshoots...projection, covert incest and infantilization. The "official story" of her upbringing is that she came from a wonderful, close, loving, caring, born-again Christian family who never abused her and made all their choices for her well-being and safety. Her parents were extremely protective and strict. "These boundaries never changed, no matter how old I got, Lenora says. "They also found reasons for insisting I terminate all of my romantic relationships." She and her husband moved 300 miles away and in 2013 something went "click" when he observed, "You're showing symptoms of abuse, brainwashing and acting like you're from a cult." She'd lost her self-esteem, which her parents "owned," and had become semi-paralyzed by feeling so horrible about herself, which triggered OCD. "That was two years ago," she says, "and I've been obsessed with studying the topics listed on my website ever since. Although recovery is lifelong, I am feeling calmer than ever before." Freelance writing is more than a career for Lenora. It's an obsession. A passion. "Finally!" she writes, "a career I love and can do from my little cottage with the morning glories around the front door, the sun dappling through the lace curtains, a glass of sun tea at my elbow and a sleepy bichon frise at my feet." She's interested in writing for NAASCA, and we'd be delighted to have her!
Mr. Brett A. Scudder hosts "Human and Psychological Impacts of Workplace Abuse, Pt 2" with guests from various industries who have experienced it, and experts who support them.
He had a great show on Sept. 15th for part 1 of the series with some great guest and the dialog touched many people deeply as the challenges are real and impacts great.
He will be addressing the challenges, realities and legalities of workplace abuse with his guests and how it can affect someone on many levels. Most people focus on the physical abuse, we will focus on the mental and emotional impacts and effects that causes people to be depressed, mentally unstable, emotionally broken, substance addicts and suicidal. There are many people who are employed and living in hell due to inhumane and abusive conditions they face every day. No one should have to work in unhealthy, abusive and life-threatening environments.
Tune in via (347) 989-8875 to learn about this and the realities many people live with and face every day in workplaces.
This episode of A Sound Heart will explore the necessity of letting go of a sense of betrayal. You discovered that a trusted person has betrayed you in some manner. You are taken aback by its discovery. You want to confront the person, but you dare not. An icy loneliness takes over your relationship with that person who pretends that no such event has happened. You pray about it, but there is no relief in your heart. The enemy (sharp seeing one), the dragon, uses this opportunity to wound you further by administering the poison of bitterness to your already fragile soul. You are in a spiritual wasteland. What can you do about it?
Welcome to Voices InJustice, a continuing outreach program of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. We are here to share your public voice, without sharing your identity. You are able to share your thoughts by calling in live at 929-477-3163 or by loging into blogtalkradio.com with your Social ID and join the live chatroom. Sunday, Oct 11th, 7pm eastern/6pm central/4pm pacific time we are discussing the influence of Emotional and/or Verbal abuse.
TELL ME - Which would you find more influential in changing our behaviors; Is it what we constantly hear others say about us? Is it degrading words society uses to describe persons whom they don't even know? Is it what our children hear in the comments and condemnation from their parents or other kids at school? The key is that Emotional or Verbal Abuse can happen anytime, by anyone, it is how we pass judgement on others because of their lifestyle choice or certain ways they act. It is the comments by parents calling their child stupid, rather than saying, 'that was a stupid action, but you can do better'. Emotional & Verbal abuse is usually at it's worst in a dominating relationship; one your teen just might be tolerating to date the most popular person in school. It is something we think nothing about in our comments about the person or the family down the street, and it is what ends up being the constant bullying your child might be inflicting on others because its the only way people at home ever talk about them. This is a personally destructive abuse that targets how we see ourselves, the feeling of being worthy.
Tonight we discuss how we teach our kids to see our society and how they will handle social/personal relationships. Join us live for open discussion to share any experiences or comments, because we definitely VALUE YOUR VOICE. Our shows are strictly for open discussion entertainment only. Thank you
October is Breat Cancer Awareness month. In that stead, No-Tea is doing a series of shows on all things health, including the physical, mental and sexual. Please join us as we begin with discussing prevention through annual and other necessary life milestone screenings. We will also examine barriers to seeking and receiving care, offer resources, as well as touch on the subject of health insurance, and ObamaCare.
As usual, all are welcome, both listeners and callers. We have even invited Healthcare Professionals from various specialties to give pertinent information on discuss this important topic. So please join us. News from 7-7:30 p.m., and then we begin. Call in. We'll be waiting.
Family Law deals with marriage, domestic partnerships, civil unions, and parent-child issues. Family law also governs spousal abuse, legitimacy, adoption, surrogacy, child abuse, and child abduction (but many issues fall under criminal law as well). Divorce, alimony, annulment, child custody, visitation, child support awards, property settlements, and parental responsibility orders, all fall under the jurisdiction of family courts.
The erotic power of food has been celebrated for centuries. Casanova was said to share oysters with his paramours to whet their sexual appetites. Greek and Roman cultures enjoyed a parade of ripe fruits and exotic dishes before engaging in sensual pleasures. It has even been said that a delicious meal is the quickest way to a man (or woman's) heart. Afterall, what courtship would be complete without a romantic dinner?
Nutrition plays a vital role in love and lovemaking. The quality of our diet has a great deal to do with the quality of our sex. Many nutritious foods can stir libido, revive sexual function and enhance overall health, especially when served up in a sensual way.
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