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Why Do I Need Financial Planning with DivorceMoney is a complex & emotionally charged topic & seeking professional advice could help you avoid common pitfalls and devise more effective strategies for managing your wealth.In this episode, Anna Munro joins the show to share her incredible expertise on the importance of financial planning with divorce. Anna is a certified financial planner® and Morgan Stanley Wealth Management senior vice president.In the session, Anna differentiates between wealth and financial planning, the importance of divorced women focusing on their long-term financial picture, as well as getting organized by taking an inventory of all critical statements & documents as the first step to getting your financial picture in good order. Besides, she suggests breaking down financial planning into manageable steps and seeking the help of a third-party professional to avoid common pitfalls.Ultimately, Anna shares critical questions while interviewing your financial planner and actionable takeaways for women going through a divorce, including opening an interim account for family expenses, checking credit reports, & reviewing estate planning documents.Episode Highlights/ Timestamps[01:33] Introducing today's guest, “Anna.”[02:14] Anna's Journey into Financial Planning[03:51] The difference between Wealth Planning & Financial Planning[05:38] Importance of Financial/Wealth Planning in Divorce[06:37] First step for divorced/pre-divorced women is to get their financial pictures in good order[09:05] Advise women who don't know anything about their finances when the husband manages everything[13:44] Making changes or recommendations in case your financial plan is inadequate to sustain you in the long run[15:15] Questions to ask your financial advisor/planner when doing financial planning[20:18] Women empowerment in undertaking financial management roles[21:43] Actionable takeaways critical to women in their financial planning journey[26:30] A positive challenge to all women out there in financial planningQuotes● When you have a pre-divorce financial plan, you feel more in control & less overwhelmed because everything is in front of them, and it's much easier to make changes post-divorce.● “If you are in a situation where you're uncomfortable with something because you don't understand, it's not gonna get any better unless you ask.”● “The more prepared you are, the better you will make those financial decisions.” "If you are experiencing any form of domestic violence and abuse, do not leave your abuser without the help of skilled Domestic Violence professionals such as those on the US hotline at 800-799-7233 or those at your local shelter. The most dangerous time in an abused woman's life is when she leaves her abuser."Connect with Anna Munro, CFP®LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annamckinnonmorganstanley/Website: http://www.morganstanleyfa.com/anna.mckinnon/Connect with Beverly Price, the Podcast Host & Divorce & Empowerment Coach● Website - www.herempowereddivorce.com● Email - firstname.lastname@example.org● Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/herempowereddivorce/● Facebook -...
How does Western Christianity impact views on divorce, especially for women? We dig into some numbers, theories and examples.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Crawlspace Media's Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna speak with Catherine Shellman about domestic violence awareness and her daughter Tiffanie Perry's 2010 murder. Tiffanie Perry found herself in an abusive relationship and ended things with her longtime boyfriend. But Catherine tells us about how leaving isn't as easy as it seems, and Tiffanie was stuck in an impossible situation. Now Tiffanie's mom Catherine Shellman shares information about her daughter's life and relationship in the hopes of raising awareness for domestic violence. If you are in need of help you can email Catherine at email@example.com. The Domestic Violence Hotline is available: 1-800-799-7233. https://www.thehotline.org/ https://www.kvue.com/article/news/local/mom-campaigns-against-domestic-violence-after-daughters-murder/269-152610886 https://www.haysfreepress.com/2012/11/14/un-silence-the-violence-a-mother-speaks-out-on-behalf-of-her-murdered-daughter/ Check out our Missing subscription service where we have a bonus show and ad-free episodes! https://missing.supportingcast.fm/ Follow Missing: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@missingcsm YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/missingcsm IG: https://www.instagram.com/MissingCSM/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MissingCSM FB: https://www.facebook.com/MissingCSM Check out our entire network at http://crawlspace-media.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Things Police See: First Hand Accounts
Really fun interview with the one and only Ann Carrizales! Officer Ann Carrizales began her career in the Military with the United States Marine Corpsin 1991. In 1997 Ann made history as she became the first female to represent the USMC in amateur boxing. In 1999 she became the U.S. Women's National Champion in her weight division and was ranked #1 in the country. Ranked #2 in the world! In 2010 Ann joined the Stafford Police Department working special assignments such as FTO, Rape Aggression Defense Instructor, Police Trainer and worked as a Crisis Negotiator on the East Fort Bend County Regional SWAT Team. While working at Stafford PD in 2013 she was shot in the face and chest during a traffic stop. Currently presenting "The Fight After the Fight" Series nationwide/internationally Ann's Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thefightafterthefight Instagram @fightafterthefight Support the show by joining the Patreon community today! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=27353055 -Video of the interviews -Vinyl TPS logo sticker -Patron Shoutout -Exclusive posts and direct messaging to Steve ***TPS studio needs some help! List below of needed equipment!*** https://www.amazon.com/registries/gl/guest-view/35MKCRNW55UZ1 Please rate and review on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/things-police-see-first-hand-accounts/id1384355891?mt=2 Shop Merch / Subscribe / be a guest / Contact www.thingspolicesee.com Join the FB community! https://www.facebook.com/thingspolicesee/ Background consultation - Ken@policebackground.net
Divorce Over 50 With Linda HershmanOne in four marriages of couples over age 50 end in divorce, with women doing most of the initiating of the splits.In this episode, Linda Hershman joins Beverly Price on the show as we delve deep into Gray Divorce. Linda is a 30 years licensed marriage & family therapist, the Author of the Gray Divorce book, and a frequent national and international conferences speaker on Gray Divorce.In the session, Linda expounds on what Gray Divorce is, the reasons for the increased divorce rate for people over 50 years, and why infidelity is not the primary reason for most divorces but rather unaddressed underlying issues for years. Moreover, she delves into some upsides of late-life divorces, such as self-actualization, divorce effects on your children as well as the best time to go ahead with your divorce.Ultimately, Linda shares three actionable steps to helping women on their divorce journey loving their children more than their Ex-spouse, being involved in their own life & seeking professional support. Tune in for more insights! Episode Highlights/ Timestamps [02:01] Introducing today's guest “Linda Hershman.”[04:25] Why divorce over the age of 50 is doubling or even tripling despite the decrease in the general divorce rate[06:11] Reasons for divorce in later life[08:37] Who is divorcing over 50 and why[11:11] Why infidelity is not the main reason marriages break up[16:26] Upsides of late-life divorce[20:29] What older women fear most while divorcing or contemplating divorce[22:38] Divorce effects on children[29:11]Three actionable tips to women to help women on their divorce journey and recovery afterwards Quotes● “Infidelity is not the main reason marriages break up.”● “Relationships function in patterns, and each person is responsible for what they bring in & change their pattern.” "If you are experiencing any form of domestic violence and abuse, do not leave your abuser without the help of skilled Domestic Violence professionals such as those on the US hotline at 800-799-7233 or those at your local shelter. The most dangerous time in an abused woman's life is when she leaves her abuser." Mentioned Book-Gray Divorce: Everything You Need to Know About Later-Life Breakups by Linda Hershman Connect With Linda HershmanWebsite: https://lindahershman.comFacebook: Gray Divorce BookTwitter: @graydivorcebookLinkedin: Linda HershmanInstagram: lindahershmanlmftConnect with Beverly Price, the Podcast Host & Divorce & Empowerment Coach● Website - www.herempowereddivorce.com● Email - firstname.lastname@example.org● Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/herempowereddivorce/● Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/beverlyprice365/● Facebook Group for Women: Women's Divorce and Empowerment Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/divorcerecovery● Instagram -...
Things Police See: First Hand Accounts
Steve and Ken cover the Daniel Penny arrest, Detroit cops doing a home invasion, China helping Latin American Police, cop stealing a dead man's credit card and more! The Police Applicant Podacst https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-police-applicant-podcast/id1549419617?i=1000612011020 Support the show by joining the Patreon community today! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=27353055 -Video of the interviews -Vinyl TPS logo sticker -Patron Shoutout -Exclusive posts and direct messaging to Steve ***TPS studio needs some help! List below of needed equipment!*** https://www.amazon.com/registries/gl/guest-view/35MKCRNW55UZ1 Please rate and review on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/things-police-see-first-hand-accounts/id1384355891?mt=2 Shop Merch / Subscribe / be a guest / Contact www.thingspolicesee.com Join the FB community! https://www.facebook.com/thingspolicesee/ Background consultation - Ken@policebackground.net
Child Support. You know it, you love/hate it. But what if you need to modify it? How do you modify child support post divorce decree? How can you get more child support? How do you know if you're paying too much in child support? Well, friends, we've got your answers right here on How Not to Suck at Divorce. Here's what you need to consider: What has changed? (finanically, you need a 10% or more swing in either direction. Needs with the children also weigh in here. Consider the past/present and future! Get your facts STRAIGHT (see if it's worth it before you persue Get a full strategy (ask you attorney for guidance here!!) Let's lighten things up here with the link to Andrea's amazon sneakers!! Let's see these sneakers!! Remember friends, we are here for you and would love to support you in anyway we can. For more support, please check out our private communities. http://www.patreon.com/hownottosuckatdivorce.com Patreon is for listeners who want extra BONUS episodes with private listening options, you can listen to our show without it being traced to your device! http://www.facebook.com/thehownottosuckatdivorcecommunity Our Private Facebook community is for anyone who wants more support! We love you all! Please message us with any questions and follow up on IG! http:www.instagram.com/hownottosuckatdivorce
Sexual grief has many dimensions and is defined by therapist and grief expert Edy Nathan as "a natural response to an unnatural sexually traumatic event or experience that makes you feel as if you are being held hostage." It is through this lens that this episode explores a wide range of aspects about sexual grief including survivor experiences of rape, sexual violence, sexual abuse, disenfranchised grief from the loss of a partner, the impact of pornography, and more. We also take an in-depth look at healing sexual grief and related trauma through self-regulation methods like breathwork, labyrinth exploration, talk therapy, and using more precise language when discussing experiences of grief. Listen to the end of the episode for information about a special event with Edy Nathan coming up in September 2023: The Inner Voyage Women's Empowerment Cruise with specific workshops by Nathan focused on sexual grief.Edy Nathan is an author, public speaker and licensed therapist. She is an AASECT certified sex therapist, hypnotherapist and certified EMDR practitioner with more than 20 years of experience. Edy earned degrees from New York University and Fordham University, with post-graduate training at the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy. She practices in New York City.
To All the Men I've Tolerated Before
Amanda Kippert, co-host of the podcast Toxic and editor-in-chief of the non-profit Domesticshelters.org, is joining Natalie today to talk about her work with domestic violence reporting and her advocacy efforts for the survivors of domestic violence. Discussion will center around what policies fail people living with domestic violence, how our culture supports abusers and not the abused, and why misogyny is so prevalent that when survivors report their abuse, they often go unheard or not believed. It is an episode that offers people an insight into the reality of domestic abuse within our society, how we can advocate for those living with domestic violence, and also begins building solutions with the resources available to victims and survivors.Follow us at @menivetoleratedpod on Instagram and https://www.patreon.com/menivetoleratedpod on Patreon for bonus content! All ways to support the show, including our merchandise, can be found at https://linktr.ee/menivetoleratedpod.Find Amanda:Instagram: @toxicthepodcastWebsite: https://www.toxicthepodcast.com/Resources Mentioned in the EpisodeDomestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/Find a Shelter or Other Aid Near You: https://www.domesticshelters.org/
Meg Lionel Murphy: Painting After PTSD From Domestic Violence *Content warning - Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse* Meg Lionel Murphy paints a dreamworld where suffering transforms femme bodies into a monstrous size, so that their pain must be seen, felt, and acknowledged. Murphy received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota—Twin Cities, with three majors: Art, Art History, and English Literature. Additionally, Meg studied classical oil painting in Florence, Italy. After graduation, Meg worked as a children's illustrator, co-founded the literary and art magazine, Paper Darts, and co-directed the arts and social justice non-profit, Pollen Midwest. A diagnosis of severe PTSD from domestic violence led Murphy to leave her career in publishing to focus on painting and healing. She moved back to her childhood home in rural Wisconsin where she started painting in her father's junkyard, in a studio shack that was converted from an industrial cooler. As her art took off, she moved her studio to an old storefront—that was built as a church in the 1880s. Recent solo shows include “Traumatica Dramatica'' at The Untitled Space Gallery (New York), “Interior Violence” at CoExhibitions Gallery (Minneapolis), and solo booths with SPRING/BREAK Art Show (New York and Los Angeles). Recent group shows include “10 @ 10” at The Wisconsin Museum of Art, “Pleasure Garden'' at Laurie Shapiro Gallery (Los Angeles), and “In Her World” at Voltz Clarke (New York). Her painting has been acquired by the Minnesota Museum of American Art. Her artwork has been featured in a variety of publications including Hyperallergic, Bitch, Artnet News, and Forbes. Domestic Violence Resources : NO VISIBLE BRUISES - What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us by Rachel Louise Snyder. National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) or 800-942-6908 (Español) (also available as web chat and text) https://www.thehotline.org/get-help/To Find local shelters: https://www.domesticshelters.org/Women's Law Initiative: https://hotline.womenslaw.org/public Additional Resources can be found at The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence website: https://ncadv.org/RESOURCES Domestic violence support groups can be found through Psychology Today: support groups: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/groups Danger Assessment worksheet: https://www.dangerassessment.org/DATools.aspx This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Visit BetterHelp.com/TAC today and get 10% off your first month. theartcareer.com Follow us: @theartcareer Follow Meg Lionel Murphy : @meglionelmurphy Podcast host: @emilymcelwreath_art Social Media: @lilap3arl Music: Chase Johnson Editing: @benjamin.galloway
Slam the Gavel welcomes Nataly Anderson, a mother from the UK, who has been going through the Family Courts for almost seven years after her ex-husband, a Croatian former spy, took their children from the UK to Croatia on a vacation and refused to return the children. Being failed by The Hague Convention on International Parental Child Abduction three times in three different countries, has been proven to be a costly and egregious travesty both mentally and physically for her and her children and this is the topic we discussed in depth today. Law Enforcement doesn't want to get involved along with judges who are inexperienced in The Hague Convention. Nataly states, "we have to use our voices as this is a public health crisis." The Hague Convention is open to its own interpretation, who knows how the judge will decide. Nataly's ex-husband allegedly warned her that he would corrupt the courts in Croatia and indeed things started to go in the wrong direction. Since then, Nataly thought she was dealing with that issue and a BACKWARDS legal system in Croatia. She then found out that there is a SYSTEMIC CRISIS in the family courts in MANY COUNTRIES. Throughout all of this, Nataly has decided to put together a group, Family Court Crisis, to act as a platform for parents to help themselves. Family Court Crisis is based in the UK but is keen to work with parents ALL OVER THE WORLD to take UNITED ACTION.You can find Family Court Crisis on Twitter, where they are most active, on Facebook, TikTok and YouTube.Natalya's PETITION for her children: https://www.change.org/BringNatalysBoysHomeThis episode of Slam the Gavel is sponsored by CPSprotect Consulting Services. A Child Protective Services case is one of the most frightening experiences for any parent. Don't face it alone. Face it with confidence! With UrgentAssist by CPSprotect, you can have access to former CPS investigators to make sure you preserve your rights and protect your family. If you're facing CPS involvement and aren't sure where to turn, their child welfare consultants can help you. Visit cpsprotect.com/subscribe and enter the coupon code: SlamTheGavel for 10% off your first year of UrgentAssist AVAILABLE in ALL 50 STATES.Supportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/Support the showSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/
This episode contains content that may be difficult for those who have experienced violence or who are sensitive to mentions of abuse or intimate partner violence. Please take care when listening. In 2007, Pastor Neil Schori sat down with a woman who had come to him for marriage counseling. You probably recognize her name: Stacy Peterson. Not long after that conversation, Stacy when missing and still has not been found. Her husband, Drew Peterson, is serving time in prison for being convicted of murdering his previous wife. Pastor Neil joins the Untangled Faith podcast to share his thoughts on the Steven Crowder video, what he wishes he had known about intimate partner violence and what friends and faith community leaders need to know to be safe places for those who may not even know they are in danger. In this episode, we talk about: The multiple facets of abuse go beyond bodily injury. The necessity of pastors to possess the right skills to manage abusive scenarios. Red flags the signal abuse situations. Empowering victims How incorrect theology is harming those being abused. Links: Document the Abuse website: https://documenttheabuse.com Neil Schori on Twitter: https://twitter.com/neilschori Neil Schori coaching: https://www.facebook.com/SchoriCoaching Sign up for Amy's email list and get her weekly podcast updates and monthly newsletter: https://untangledfaithpodcast.com Related Episodes: https://untangledfaithpodcast.com/2022/05/11/43-what-weve-gotten-wrong-about-divorce-guest-gretchen-baskerville/ Support the show: Subscribe to my newsletter: https://untangledfaith.substack.com Join us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/untangledfaith This podcast is sponsored by Faithful Counseling. For more information and for 10% off your first month, visit Faithful Counseling- https://faithfulcounseling.com/untangled Where you can find me: Youtube channel- https://youtube.com/channel/UCPfFk-I6QShXXvEpSFaJOvg https://untangledfaithpodcast.com https://instagram.com/untangledfaith https://instagram.com/amyhenningfritz https://twitter.com/faithuntangled https://twitter.com/amyfritz Host/Creator: Amy Fritz Producers: Michele Pjanic Phil and Susan Perdue Pam Forsythe Chelle Taylor
Welcome to season 3, episode 13 of the Today is the Day Changemakers Podcast.This week my guest is Rebecaa Whitman. Rebecca is a beacon of light for women all over the world. Having graduated with honors from Princeton University, she is now an award-winning life coach, child acting recruiter, and certified empowered woman. Unfortunately, Rebecca thought she always felt like she had to perform for love and approval. She was playing national tennis at the age of 8 and ended up being recruited for Princeton's team. After a tumultuous few years following her graduation from Princeton, she was able to pursue her childhood dream of becoming an actress in Los Angeles. As she became immersed in the industry, she found herself working in child acting enrollment, a job she has been involved in for the last twenty years. In this episode Rebecca shares a very personal story about domestic violence during this episode. It is important to note that many women live in an unsafe situation and there is help out there. If needed, please click this link for support: Domestic Violence Support | National Domestic Violence Hotline (thehotline.org)Rebecca Whitman also has a podcast titled the “Balanced, Beautiful, and Abundant Show” which provides strategies for navigating life. She interviews inspirational individuals and shares advice to listeners through the stories shared. Rebecca calls herself the “magnetic abundance mentor” because she feels that women must remove themselves from environments which trigger their fight or flight mode and instead harness their “feminine energy” to attract abundance. Her “mission is to help overworked, overwhelmed women go from burnt out to balanced, beautiful and abundant.” She is a fountain of wisdom for those in need and women who are seeking advice are encouraged to follow her practice. She can be found on her website, instagram, twitter, and youtube under the name Rebecca Elizabeth Whitman. The fastest way to reach her is instagram and her DMs are always open. Next week my guest is Robt Martin Seba- Shreiber. Robt has been at the forefront of intersectional social justice for decades first as a schoolteacher for over 25 years during which he forged the first Gay Straight Alliance in an NJ middle school & now as founder & Chief Activist of the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice in Princeton wherein he has created innovative all-inclusive support programs & built a dedicated LGBTQIA safe-space for queer youth, families, & our elders that is open every day with trained volunteers to welcome all with the care & respect they need & deserve.Do you have a story to share? If so, reach out to Jodi at email@example.com.Website: https://todayisthedayliveit.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/todayistheday/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todayisthedayJodi is also the CEO and co-founder of the Zzak G. Applaud Our Kids Foundation. To learn more visit: www.applaudourkids.org, Facebook, InstagramSign-up for our mailing list, schedule a conversation with Jodi or ask a Changemaker a question: firstname.lastname@example.orgHave a great week everyone!Jodi
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How To Survive The Narcissist Apocalypse
Venus grew up in a cult of her mother's narcissism, delusions, and rage. To Venus, this was normal. The brainwashing was winning. However, in her late twenties, Venus entered therapy, opening a floodgate of repressed memories that would change her family life forever. It's a story of generational trauma, plausible deniability, neglect, dissociation, people pleasing, hyper vigilance, parentification, weaponized poverty, mocking, threats, perfectionism, fear, hypocrites, mixed messages, guilt, rage, mother-daughter sexual abuse, animal abuse, physical abuse, enabling, programming, enmeshment, narcissistic fleas, scapegoats, the golden child, body issues, black & white thinking, and much more. If you want to be a guest on our survivor story podcast, please click here or send us an email at email@example.com This episode is sponsored by BETTERHELP. If you need online counseling from anywhere in the world, please do go to https://www.betterhelp.com/nap Get on your way to being your best self today and enjoy 10% off your first month. Thank you to our sponsor NEW MAJORITY VENTURES. To listen to their new podcast, Porch Talks, click here. If you or someone you know are experiencing abuse, you are not alone. DomesticShelters.org offers an extensive library of articles and resources that can help you make sense of what you're experiencing, connect you with local resources and find ways to heal and move forward. Visit www.domesticshelters.org to access this free resource. Join our new Community Social Network at https://community.narcissistapocalypse.com/ Join our Instagram Channel at https://www.instagram.com/narcissistapocalypse Join our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTIgjTqVJa4caNWMIAJllA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we speak with Ariel Hauck, a madre of 1, who said EFF IT, and left her abusive ex-husband. She and her daughter were in a bad situation, and in another country, which made escaping that much more difficult. Thankfully, she found her way out, came back to the States and was able to rebuild herself, and her career after reaching her rock bottom. She was able to reestablish her hairdressing career in New York City, is now in a healthy relationship, and her daughter is happy and thriving. It's hard to leave someone you love, but if they hurt you or your kids, you just have to EFFing get out, at least for the sake of your kids. If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship, please call the National Domestic Hotline at (800) 799-7233. And if you want advice from Ariel, please feel free to reach out to her via her Instagram at @arielhauck_.
Podcast on Crimes Against Women
Research demonstrates that people who experience abuse have significantly higher risks for both mental health challenges and substance use disorders. The complex pattern of abuse that is coercive control increases these dangers for survivors especially when an abuser uses a mental health diagnosis or substance use against the victim. Taken a step further, when an abusive partner alleges substance use or mental health concerns against a survivor, the legal justice system will often revictimize the survivor leading to loss of child custody or other penalties and consequences. From a 2014 study conducted by the National Center on Domestic Violence we learn in-depth the dangers of these types of coercions such as treatment sabotage and emotional abuse. We take a deep dive with Gabriela Zapata-Alma of the National Center on Domestic Violence about how these types of coercion are inflicted, their consequences, the red flags that warn mental health and substance use coercions are happening, and how the use of a trauma lens by medical providers and the court system could better cultivate safety and effective solutions for domestic violence survivors.Gabriela Zapata-Alma, is a licensed clinical social worker, the Associate Director of the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health, and a faculty member at the University of Chicago, where they direct the Advanced Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor Training Program within the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice. Ms. Zapata-Alma brings over 15 years of experience supporting people impacted by structural and interpersonal violence through innovative and evidence-based clinical, housing, resource advocacy, peer-led, harm reduction, and HIV-integrated care programs. As a person with lived experience of violence and trauma, Ms. Zapata-Alma centers survivor-driven solutions, non-pathologizing approaches, and intergenerational healing in the work. Currently, Ms. Zapata-Alma authors best practices, leads national capacity-building efforts, and provides trauma-informed policy consultation to advance health equity and social justice.
In the last episode, I told you the first part of the story of 15-year-old Jack Edwards and his 13-year-old sister, Jennifer. I told you about the multiple romantic partners and children their father, John Edwards, abused and manipulated over the years, the various complaints against John of domestic violence and stalking, and how, despite all that, he was able to obtain permits and licenses to both shoot and own multiple firearms in New South Wales, Australia.In this episode, I'll tell you about how John Edwards' diabolical preparations led up to his most horrific act; how he carried out the brutal murder of Jack and Jenny on July 5, 2018; the devastation John left in his wake; and how the incredibly thorough coroner's inquest into this terrible crime exposed the failures of the systems and individuals who could have prevented it.This is part two of the infuriating story of Jack and Jennifer Edwards. Gun Violence Archive (America): https://www.gunviolencearchive.org/ Domestic violence resources in Australia:1800 Respect national helpline: 1800 737 732Women's Crisis Line: 1800 811 811Men's Referral Service: 1300 766 491Lifeline (24 hour crisis line): 131 114Relationships Australia: 1300 364 277NSW Domestic Violence Line: 1800 656 463Qld DV Connect Womensline: 1800 811 811Vic Safe Steps crisis response line: 1800 015 188ACT 24/7 Crisis Line: (02) 6280 0900Tas Family Violence Counseling and Support Service: 1800 608 122SA Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 1800 800 098WA Women's Domestic Violence 24h Helpline: 1800 007 339NT Domestic violence helpline: 1800 737 732Photos related to today's episode can be viewed on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sufferthelittlechildrenpodYou can also follow the podcast on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sufferthelittlechildrenpod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/sufferthelittlechildrenpodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/STLCpodTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@STLCpod My Linktree is available here: https://linktr.ee/stlcpod Visit the podcast's web page at https://www.sufferthelittlechildrenpod.com. Please help make the show my full-time gig to keep the weekly episodes coming! By supporting me on Patreon, you'll also access rewards, including a shout-out by name on the podcast and exclusive gifts. Pledges of $5 or more per month access ad-free versions of my regular Wednesday episodes. Pledges of $10 or more per month access a small but growing collection of Patreon-exclusive bonus minisodes! Visit www.patreon.com/STLCpod. You can also support the podcast at www.ko-fi.com/STLCpod. This podcast is researched, written, hosted, edited, and produced by Laine.For more stories like this one, visit https://sufferthelittlechildrenblog.com.Music for this episode is licensed from https://audiojungle.net. Subscribe to Suffer the Little Children:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/suffer-the-little-children/id1499010711Google Podcasts: https://playmusic.app.goo.gl/?ibi=com.google.PlayMusic&isi=691797987&ius=googleplaymusic&apn=com.google.android.music&link=https://play.google.com/music/m/I5mx3lacxpdkhssmk2n22csf32u?t%3DSuffer_the_Little_Children%26pcampaignid%3DMKT-na-all-co-pr-mu-pod-16Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/suffer-the-little-childrenSpreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/suffer-the-little-children Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/suffer-the-little-children/PC:61848?part=PC:61848&corr=podcast_organic_external_site&TID=Brand:POC:PC61848:podcast_organic_external_siteSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0w98Tpd3710BZ0u036T1KEiHeartRadio: https://iheart.com/podcast/77891101/ ...or on your favorite podcast listening platform.
Everyone's heard of the vengeful ex-wife who accuses her ex-husband of child abuse just to get back at him during a divorce. There's even a scientific-sounding term for it: parental alienation. But is parental alienation real? And are judges taking allegations of abuse seriously enough? In this rebroadcast of one of our earliest shows, we speak to Prof. Joan Meier from George Washington University Law School who has some frankly startling data on the subject. How does alleging abuse affect custody decisions? Is there scientific proof that alienation exists? And what can we do to persuade the courts to do a better job of investigating abuse?Topics in this episode:Realizing children aren't being protected (1:30)Junk science: parental alienation syndrome (2:47)The myth of the vengeful ex-wife (7:57)Women are not considered as credible as men (13:15)Effects on custody decisions (20:54)What should the courts be doing? (23:54)Reaction by judges (29:52)Advice for child abuse professionals (32:54)For more information (36:20)Links:This episode originally aired on January 5, 2020 Joan S. Meier, professor of clinical law and director of the National Family Violence Law Center at the George Washington University Law SchoolThe study referred to in this episode, “Child Custody Outcomes in Cases Involving Parental Alienation and Abuse Allegations,” and other research by Professor Meier are available on the law school's website“‘A gendered trap': When mothers allege child abuse by fathers, the others often lose custody, study shows,” is a Washington Post article about the study.Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and Appeals Project (DV LEAP) provides pro bono appellate representation in compelling domestic violence cases and trains attorneys and courts around the countryDV LEAP's Legal Resource Library include briefs and court opinions, training materials, publications, links to domestic violence organizations, case digests, and custody resourcesFor more information about National Children's Alliance and the work of Children's Advocacy Centers, visit our website at NationalChildrensAlliance.org. Or visit our podcast website at One in Ten podcast. And join us on Facebook at One in Ten podcast.Support the showDid you like this episode? Please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.
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Here are some gruesome statistics: On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner here in the United States. The National Domestic Violence Hotline, in fact, receives an average of 1,000 calls per day from people being abused, most of whom are women. Three women are killed here every day by a current or former intimate partner. That's nearly 1,100 women killed by a partner each year. In Canada, a woman is killed every six days by her intimate partner. That's 60 women each year killed by an intimate partner. Worldwide, 137 women worldwide are killed by their partners or family members every single day. That's just over 50,000 women killed by someone close to them every year. Domestic abuse is a serious problem, and Jewish law has much to say about it.Support the show
In this episode, we are joined by Emily Wilder to talk about her experience as a domestic abuse survivor, how it shaped her life as a gun-owner, and what her thoughts are on self-protection and red-flag laws. We discuss the dilemma of protecting DV victims while maintaining the rights of innocent people, what precautions to take with guns when kids are in the home, and ask the question, "Whose responsibility is the family's protection?" Links:@mama_wilder- If you like what we're doing and want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/abetterway2a and get access to free swag, discount codes, and extra content you can't get anywhere else!
An arranged marriage with an awkward start explodes into abuse just weeks after its beginning. It would take two decades for Kanchan Bhaskar to untangle from the man who was a stranger that became her husband and ultimately her abuser. Ms. Bhaskar has authored the new memoir "Leaving: How I Set Myself Free from an Abusive Marriage" and joins the show to share her story. Listen to the end of the episode for an excerpt from the book read by the author.
The Undressing Room Podcast Presented by Macy’s
There is so much going on this week on The Undressing Room Podcast Presented by Macy's. After a conversation between T.I. and Tiny surfaced online about Tiny's cleavage being out, Lore'l and Claudia Jordan asked if your partner should have influence on your wardrobe. Is it insecurity or could it be you just don't want to have your partner showing too much? Also, Lore'l and Claudia Jordan talk about the male version of the BBL. Men are getting height enhancements and Claudia is here for it. And Miss Lawrence joins the show and it gets real heavy. They do talk about the best Mother's Day gifts at Macy's but they also touched on a few hot topics. They also speak about Jonathan Majors and his domestic violence case. If anyone is a victim of domestic violence, there is help there for you. You can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-(800) 799 - 7233 and your local authorities. If you want your question featured on the show, send us a DM @TheUndressingRoomPodcast The Undressing Room Podcast is presented by Macy's. Head to www.theundressingroompod.com for more details. Also head to Macys.com/TheUndressingRoom and check out Lore'l 's hottest fashion picks.Subscribe and check us out every Thursday. Follow: @theundressingroompodcast @starringlorel @claudiajordan See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you been able to find the support you needed after leaving an abusive relationship? There is often support right after leaving or as you try to escape, but what about as you try to get your life back on track?My guest, A. Garcia shares her story of leaving her abuser after an attempted murder of her and her unborn child and having to advocate for herself in a place where she had no connection. 1000 phone calls later and she finally found an advocate. She shares her healing journey with her children and is vulnerable about the continued healing she is still working through. We also discuss her role in actively supporting survivors so that you do not have to make the 1000 calls to get help.Ms. Garcia is a PTG Strategian, Whole Life Coach, Certified High Performance Coach with a tenacious attitude toward empowering others. Over the past 35 years she's navigated through domestic violence, privacy, safety, vulnerability, and the mindset to endure personal adverse events in life. Her survival of a double attempted homicide while 8 months pregnant (by the father) and the desperation to survive became the catalyst to the foundation of BYIS while achieving an undisputed outlook of independence. Her personal journey of Post Traumatic Growth has led Garcia to dedicating her life in developing transformational programs, various forms of coaching, and establishing a nonprofit to help real time victims of Domestic Violence with real time resources. Her commitment is to provide lifelong transformational habits that can restore your powerful internal sense of awareness and control. One of her personal statements is, ‘You can move a million times, but you live in your head,' which is why some of her laser-focused teachings are on aligning your positive belief system with your actions. Show Links:Www.confrontingdv.orgWww.beyourincredibleself.comWhere to find more from Rising Beyond:https://www.risingbeyondpc.com/ https://www.instagram.com/risingbeyondpc/ https://www.facebook.com/risingbeyondpowerandcontrol https://www.linkedin.com/in/sybil-cummin-lpc-acs-50537791/ https://www.pinterest.com/RisingBeyondPC Our FREE Download a Roadmap to Communicating with your Narcissistic Ex https://www.risingbeyondpc.com/free.html
On today's episode, we're diving into some hot topics! We're talking about some news that might be "hard" to "swallow", #OralSex is bad for your health. Plus, new tech that's reducing police use of force #PoliceTech, Jonathan Majors' domestic assault accuser getting a protection order #JonathanMajors, and remembering the legendary Jerry Springer #RIPJerrySpringer. Don't miss it! #Podcast #HotTopics Support the showFollow your Hosts:Gianni Storm- https://www.instagram.com/giannistormmm/RobBRoK- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn9H...Liz-E - https://www.facebook.com/lize.enders.3Nio Nyx - https://www.tiktok.com/nio_nyx-----------------------------------Join the conversation, watch LIVE, Sundays 7pm ET! TLSSh...
Cliona Sadlier, Exec Director Rape Crisis Network Ireland, Emma Murphy, Domestic Violence campaigner and advocate
TRIGGER WARNING: In this episode, my guest and I dive into the following topic: Suicidal Ideation, Childhood Sexual Assault, and Domestic Violence. If you need to pause or stop listening to this episode, please honour that. Thank you. What happens when your childhood fear comes true? Failure looks very different for alot of people. For Lillian, she was living the a life that looked good on paper; as she calls it a "resume life". She had everything that she was "supposed to have" but she extremely unhappy. Her sadness seeped its way into every aspect of her life and soon she found herself as a single mom who was homeless. The two things she never wanted to be. So, Lillian changed her thoughts and went after what she believed she deserved.I invite you to join our conversation as Lillian and I discuss:Fear-DrivenVictim MindsetDepressionLow Self ImageConfidenceTherapyMantrasHarmonyInspirationGrowthBob ProctorHonourable MentionsShare how YOU overcame a situationYou're Enough: Letting go the Pressure to be Perfect by Bianca Hughes, LPCWhat Is Your Fear Archetype And How Does It Manifest In Your Life?Fostering a Positive Self-ImageScience Behind TherapyWhen It's OK to Trust Your Gut on a Big DecisionThink and Grow Rich by Napoleon HillYou 2 by Price PritchettWhere can you find Lillian Victoria?Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MissLillianVictoria/Facebook Coaching Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/napoleonhillinstitutemastercoachingwithlillianInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lillianvictoriaofficial/—————This podcast is hosted by
Orazie Cook is the founder of Praline's Backyard Foundation where their mission is simple: To empower and support domestic violence survivors and house their pets. How exactly?, you ask. By understanding that one of the challenges domestic violence survivors may face is finding a safe place to keep their beloved pets during times of transition. Praline's Backyard offers free - YES FREE - temporary housing for survivor's pets via pet boarding facilities and pet fosters throughout the United States. They have a growing network of pet boarding facilities and pet fosters throughout the country where they ask these boarding facilities to house pets for seven days and after which pet fosters will house pets for up to 6 months. How good is that? Orazie is a force of good nature who sees a no as an opportunity to try again and work harder. If you're in need of a big dose of inspiration, this is the person to turn to.
For smaller, immigrant-serving organizations, proposed cuts to D.C.'s crime victims services budget are existential.
This episode first aired on April 11, 2022. In 2021, Nashville resident Marie Varsos tried to get protection from her husband after he strangled and threatened to kill her. She did everything she was supposed to do. She had resources and support. But Shaun Varsos killed her and her mother. In recent years, the city of Nashville has made strides in improving the systems to address domestic violence, but the Varsos case demonstrates that those systems are not infallible. In this episode, we talk with a domestic violence survivor and the people currently working to connect survivors to critical resources. At the top of the episode, Paige Pfleger reports on Marie Varsos' brother, Alex Youn, who has been on a mission to fix what he sees as several “critical failures” by law enforcement in the deaths of his sister and mother. Youn's efforts prompted four bills during last year's legislative session. Only one of those passed. It requires the sheriff's office "to make reasonable efforts" to determine whether someone being served an order of protection or other civil process has an outstanding criminal warrant. This episode was produced by Andrea Tudhope and Steve Haruch. Special thanks to Paige Pfleger. Guests: Christina Johnson, assistant district attorney and co-team leader of the domestic violence unit Sharon Roberson, president and CEO, YWCA of Nashville and Middle Tennessee Anita Smith, domestic violence survivor Mary Katherine Rand, executive director, The Mary Parrish Center Resources: From the Metro Office of Family Safety: If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or you're unsure about whether or not your situation is domestic violence, please speak to an advocate at the Family Safety Center today at 615-880-1100. To speak with someone on a 24-hour hotline, contact the YWCA Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-334-4628.c
***TRIGGER WARNING*** One of our Raves this week contains talk about domestic violence. Please listen with care if this is a trigger for you. ***** Jess has a bone to pick with fashion designers who insist on putting buttons halfway up the arm on sleeves. The ladies talk about the fact that almost all plus size clothing seems to one option each season and it's not the ones we want. Moving on to Dana's rant, she doesn't even remember writing it in!!!! She's got a major beef with all these app updates that seem to come out of nowhere. Just when you get comfortable with the layout of your favorite app, bam! It changes on you without warning or instructions. ****Cleansing Breath***** Jess Corner - How RUDE!? https://apnews.com/article/frankfurt-landlord-naked-naturism-germany-c22c131d68684426da908f82ec040c65 Dana Corner - Weirdo of the Week - Snake Eyes! https://www.odditycentral.com/news/man-inserts-magnets-in-fingertips-to-cheat-at-dice-game.html ****** **TRIGGER WARNING FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE** Jess Rave - National Hotline for Domestic Violence https://www.thehotline.org/ Dana Rave - (from a listener) Supportive Managers. I know that I'm probably one of the few people that actually has a manager that I adore and appreciate. I've worked at this same company for almost 8 years. I've been through probably 8-12 different managers during my time through multiple departments. When I got into engineering, I had a manager that I was fine with but he never really understood my job because technically my job wasn't well defined yet. About 6 months into my position I had to change managers again... So big thanks to all the great, supportive, understanding managers out there. Keep communicating with your team and treat them like adults that you respect. Because you should anyway! - A Listener
On this episode of Raising Joy, we meet M. Scott Perry, M.D., head of Neurosciences at the Jane and John Justin Institute for Mind Health at Cook Children's Health Care System. At the Institute for Mind Health, Dr. Perry is bringing together nine specialties that commonly overlap in the treatment of nervous system disorders. He talks to us about how this unique approach will make care easier for patients and their families.
The Amazing Race Australia is returning in 2023 but there's a massive TWIST Channel 10 ‘thrown into crisis' over fate of MasterChef following judge Jock Zonfrillo's death! I'm a Celebrity's Harry Garside arrested over alleged domestic violence claims! Visit the SO DRAMATIC! ONLINE website and sign up for our newsletter! Follow So Dramatic! Online on INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK and join the PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP! Got a hot tip, request, question, or receipts? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Got a media enquiry? Contact: email@example.com For partnerships and advertising enquiries please contact: Megan@sodramaticmedia.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Murder of Lydia Blanche Cassady | Part 2 of 4In episode 2, Carolyn Hundley describes plans that were discussed that would help Lydia leave the relationship she was in with Kenneth Strange. Those plans included using funds from Lydia's father's estate, after he passed away in October 2021. Oddly enough, Lydia's murderer had other plans for her money.We learn that after her father's death, and Ken's constant insistence that he spend the estate money, Lydia's demeanor toward Ken changed dramatically, as if she was through with him and the relationship. In the weeks leading up to the murder, Lydia gets a job, offering some financial independence, new friends and relationships and bolsters her confidence.In our interview, another woman comes into the picture, Ken leans in harder with wedding plans and Carolyn describes seeing her sister, for the last time.Go to the Murder Police Podcast Merch Store HEREShop for Murder Police Podcast swag by clicking HERE today! 10% of ALL swag and merch proceeds are donated to the DNA Doe Project.
Things Police See: First Hand Accounts
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