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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
THEME: Moving Beyond Psychological and Verbal Abuse
INTERVIEW GUEST: Debbie Zoub, MSW
Debbie Zoub, MSW, is a clinical social worker and a survivor of abuse. She has spent much of her twenty five year career working with all types of abuse, both as a therapist and caseworker. Her professional and personal understanding of living a life of abuse forms the basis of her Professional Counseling Practice, Healing Heart. Healing Hearts provides abuse counseling and support to both female and male clients.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Getting out of the abusive situation is the first step toward healing and moving on in your life, but unfortunately your work doesn’t end there. Once you are physically safe and secure, it is a good idea that you seek professional help for any abuse-related difficulties you may develop. For example, you may have difficulty coping with abuse memories themselves. You may also benefit from assistance in coping with problems that develop because you were abused, such as substance abuse problems, sexual or intimacy issues, anger issues, eating disorders, etc. Each person experiences abuse differently, and is able to cope with abuse in different ways depending on their circumstances. Is it possible to move beyond psychological and verbal abuse?
Today on RTR, we'll be talking about abuse both inside and outside the body of Christ. There are many types of abuses that occur, but we're going to focus on three types today. Spiritual, physical and verbal abuse. Join us this and every Sunday at 10am est. Call 661.449.9951 to listen live.
What are the warning signs of verbal abuse, and what is wrong with a person who indulges in verbal abuse? Join world-renowned dating coach, Sandy Weiner, as she interviews bestselling author and international TV and radio personality, Patricia Evans about the importance of identifying verbal abuse and choosing healthy partners.
The only real way to heal the deep wounding of verbal abuse is to not be alone with it. Come join California Psychic Tori Hartman as she discusses simple, yet powerful ways to begin to heal from verbal abuse.
As always, Tori will give LIVE mini-readings On Air. She is the creator of the Color Wisdom Cards and will use her oracle to tap into an answer just for you.
You can use the cards free at ColorWisdomCards.com. Call In at (424) 222-5249.
Find out more about Tori at ToriHartman.com
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How to Handle Verbal Abuse?
What are the warning signs of verbal abuse, and how do we cope with it? Join world-renowned coach and mediator Maureen Smith, as she interviews bestselling author and international TV and radio personality, Patricia Evans about the importance of identifying verbal abuse and learning how to handle it in your relationships.
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It’s often dismissed as teenage drama, but online bullying is a form of verbal abuse. Our electronic lives make it all too easy as 95% of teens are online with 77 % on social networking sites. The anonymity and speed of the Web makes it possible for bullies to strike without parents even being aware their child is being verbally abused. According to author Patricia Evans, “In spite of the façade teenagers try to affect, verbal abuse impacts them in an immediate wounding way”. We will discuss the common warning signs that will be present if this is happening to your child. And, if it is happening, Evans offers a step-by-step guide for parents who are at a loss for what to do about it. Join the conversations live or send your thoughts and comments ahead of time to email@example.com
We hear a lot of talk about domestic violence, but most women can't find help nor do they seek help when they are in a verbally abusive relationship. How do we know that we are being verbally abused? It is normal? Verbal abuse is a pattern of behavior that can seriously interfere with a woman's healthy emotional well being. Join Angela and her guests as they discuss a topic that gets little to no attention, but does incredible harm and damage in a woman's life.
Mission: Our purpose is to provide a stable environment for abused and battered women and children in providing temporary shelter, counseling and provide employment training. We want to help women transition from abusive situations to being self-sufficient women in society.
Vision: To empower women to know that they can and will survive and thrive in society on their own and to uplift them and provide them a new life, a new prospective of normalcy by enhancing and elevating their lives.
You're a nice, decent person. You are loving, and want to be loved by others. So why are you always being treated like crap—especially in romantic relationships? This edition of Grown Zone Radio focuses on sabotaging beliefs that cause you to attract, choose and tolerate mistreatment—even though you say it's the last thing you want:
People mistreat you because they care about you.
True love requires you to accept mistreatment.
Someone (other than you) should be protecting you.
Tolerate what you don't want, and you'll continue to get it, no matter how loudly you protest, or how much you insist that you deserve better. We're going to take on the unhealthy beliefs that invite people to mistreat you, and sabotage your ability to accept the relationships of honor, esteem and respect that you were created to enjoy..
You--and likely others you know—really need to tune in to this edition of Grown Zone Radio. Join us to learn why our book Loving In The Grown Zone is not your typical relationship book about finding the love of your life (or just getting a steady sex partner), but about making healthy choices empower you to claim the love you were created for.
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Jennifer Blue knows first hand the effects domestic violence has on a family. As a survivor herself, she’s knowledgeable, committed and passionate about keeping domestic violence awareness on the forefront for educating communities in the detection, prevention, effects and recovery of domestic violence. In 2010 she uniquely came up with “The Jennifer Blue Project” this project was designed to educate a diverse audience about the growing epidemic of domestic violence. By using the power of the arts to help individuals to understand the complicated issues surrounding domestic violence in the urban stage play “Easier Said than Done”.