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Suzanne Perry, founder of Love Shouldn't Hurt.TV, was a 22 year victim of domestic violence at the hands of her husband. Having started over at age 39, she had to reconnect with herself and then decided to go public with her story. Today, she is a confidence coach, speaker, presents workshops, education and awareness events surrounding domestic abuse and bullying. She puts on an annual 3-day "EXPOSURE Concert" that streams worldwide to unite the world to eradicate domestic violence. Her story, advocacy work and support services have been featured on "Public Report" and "By the People" TV shows and widespread in print and digital media.
Suzanne Perry Joins me for a Powerful show tonight!!!
Suzzanne Perry is a powerful woman.
She overcame 22 years of abuse.
She founded Love Shouldn't Hurt TV, a medium to share experiences, empowerment, encouragement, healing practices, and studies relating to domestic violence.
She is an inspirational speaker and mentors men and women coast to coast; and networks to unite around the world in an effort to understand, educate, prevent, and eradicate domestic violence and abuse.
Join us as we talk with Suzanne about her struggles with abuse but not only that how she empowered her self to be free and also become an advocate for many women and men in abusive relationships.
What are the 'signs' of an abusive relationship?
What are the warning signs a person may become abusive?
What are the ways in which we can help a person in anabusive situation?
How can you get out?
An important show you don't want to miss.
Call in with your questions and comments at~ (323) 580-5689
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www.hollischapmanblog.com Suzanne Perry
Suzanne enjoys a wide array of paid, sponsored and volunteer projects. She is a Junior Achievement teacher, live music event and fundraiser coordinator, and thrives in the spotlight sharing motivational tips to not only help us get through each day, but helping to raise our own self-awareness, self-worth, and the many things to be thankful for in daily living.
Her talents include motivational speaking, training and teaching, voice narration, and engagement marketing. Suzanne is a leader of the pack, and a voice for the underdog with a solid following. If you want to get on the map, you want Suzanne talking about you. Want narration or your book to become and audio book? Hire Suzanne to record your book! All requests are subject to review and are not guaranteed acceptance.
Love, Liberty & Lip Gloss covers women's issues from relationships, family, marriage, dating & health, to fashion, make-up & hairstyles. We air each Thursday at 7pm ET. Grab a glass of wine or a cup of tea & spend the evening with your hosts, Daria DiGiovanni and Lisa Tarves and our expert guests. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for information on upcoming shows and other great information!
This week's guest is Suzanne Perry:
Suzanne Perry is a survivor of a 22 year relationship/marriage during which she was not allowed to talk alone to her own children. She was beaten, raped, and isolated from society. Today she has emerged as a light of hope and proof of a healthy outcome after abuse. She founded Love Shouldn't Hurt.TV a nonprofit organization providing speaking engagements, concert events, support groups, self-help and referrals for men and women who have been impacted by domestic violence. She is a motivational speaker who mentors people in an abusive relationship as well as guide them through it and help them to rebuild their self-esteem and self-respect.
Victim empowerment, public understanding. Find yourself, love yourself, be yourself and be proud; because love shouldn't hurt. Ever.
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To say we're psyched to have psychic, Kyra Oser, on Fantasy Dating Radio is a HUGE understatement. When it comes to love, she rocks both the spirit and earthly world. She's a Hypnotherapist, Past Life Regressionist, Tarot Card Reader, Channel, Medium, Tarot Card Reader, Psychic, Dream Interpreter, Astrologer, Palmist, Tea Leaf Reader, and Certified Reiki Master. She uses clairvoyance to access specific information about future love partners, finance, business, and techniques for manifesting your dreams into reality.
In other words, she does it all.
Kyra will join Suzanne and Rob on Wednesday, May 27th, to share how all of us can use spiritual tools to improve our love lives. Plus, she'll do LIVE readings on the air! So, if you want to know what's up with a certain special someone or when your dating circumstances might improve, call (323) 870-3965 during the show to ask a Kyra a question.
We dare you!
As a 5-season Host of CBS Radio’s Zodiac Divas, Kyra offers live, on-the-air hypnotherapy guidance, channeling, and mediumship, and currently co-hosts with Butch Patrick on KKNW’s The Luv Channel. She recently guest starred on WE tv, Alpha TV, LA 18′s Kababayan LA, and Tailgating with Kato Kaelin. For more details about her awesomeness, check out her website.
About Fantasy Dating: Fantasy Dating provides singles with an alternative to scrolling endless online dating profiles by challenging them to dare to date in real life. Like in other Fantasy Sports, players form leagues, set stakes and compete against each other to earn points. But when they Fantasy Date, they earn points by dating.
The Chicago Bears released newly signed defensive end Ray McDonald on Monday after the troubled player was arrested again following suspicion of domestic violence and child endangerment. Media and fans everywhere questioned the Bears signing of McDonald back in March, given his track record of violence and trouble with the law. Shouldn't the Bears have avoided this situation in the first place? What are the consequences facing the team now? Meanwhile the Chicago Blackhawks are trying to keep their playoff run alive as they take on the Anaheim Ducks in Game 6 tonight. After a very entertaining back-and-forth series, can the Blackhawks force a Game 7? What should coach Joel Quenneville do with his lineups to give the Hawks their best chance? All this plus your phone calls at (347) 327-9183!
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Vera Marie Holmes is passionately driven by results-oriented leadership spanning a 20-year career in management and entrepreneurialism with demonstrated expertise in financial literacy and education.
She is the Chief Executive Officer & Founder of Debt Crisis Anonymous (DCA), Founder of Collections & Strategic Management Consulting Firm, Co-founder and Manager of General Operations for Three Star Trucking Company.
Her dedicated services and experience are highly accredited to leadership and management in the financial services industry; specialization in laws that protect consumer rights, financial consultant for small business owners, financial strategist, and advisor for development of leadership teams for a non-profit organizations and community outreach mission.
Vera Holmes is committed to advancing financial literacy among underserved populations. Her vision is to bring awareness to a debilitating [financial] crisis and to provide proven, remedial solutions that substantiate a lifetime of financial freedom.
She is the recipient of many awards. Authored educational materials on the subject of consumer credit, collections laws and processing, and individual financial management; works include:
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The closest the Supreme Court has come to embracing the anti-humiliation principle is through its use of the term “dignity.” This link should be intuitive—what, after all, is the opposite of “humiliation” but “dignity”? Ackerman recognizes this nexus, but his discussion of it is tantalizingly brief.26 He acknowledges that the link between human dignity and the anti-humiliation principle may be unfamiliar to American constitutional lawyers, given that, in contrast to other jurisdictions, our constitutional traditions are built around the concepts of equality and liberty.
Warren was simply calling upon judges, and the rest of us, to make common-sense judgments about the prevailing meaning of social practices. One of the greatest legal thinkers of the era, Karl Llewellyn, persuasively argued that judges couldn’t decide the most humdrum case without relying on this capacity, which he famously called “situation-sense.”It was Louis Brandeis, not Thurgood Marshall, who first used social science to convince courts to consider the real-world impact of their doctrines. As early as 1908, the Supreme Court relied heavily on his famous “Brandeis Brief” in upholding maximum-hours laws for women. During the following decades, the law schools became centers of sociological and economic critique of the regnant legal formalism The Anti-Humiliation Principle and Same-Sex Marriage Kenji Yoshino
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