Your Voice Radio Network

‘Topics with Trish’ – Thursday – Feb 9, 2017 – 4:pm central time. We are doing a live Facebook Group Video feed during today’s broadcast.  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/yourvoiceradio/2017/02/14/topics-with-trish–chronic-health-conditions-relationship-challenges-love-msg *Share your special love message on our video feed comments section, Trish will share it on the show *Relationship challenges – Keeping our relationships together *Living with Chronic HealthContinue reading “Your Voice Radio Network”

Accepting conjecture rather than evidence is ruining the lives of innocent men

             Yes, I am a very strong and proud voice to change the cycle of destruction which most often effects our kids, especially when it comes to Sex Crimes Against Children. However, I must also say that there are more cases of teen girls who use the accusations of sexualContinue reading “Accepting conjecture rather than evidence is ruining the lives of innocent men”

Who I am today

    “I’m not feeling sorry for myself, so please don’t pity me, it really just makes the situation worse. What I need is to know that something I say or do or write will help you support someone whose been harmed, as well as prevent or intervene when something happens in your circle today.”Continue reading “Who I am today”

Childhood traumatic experiences (CTEs)

Originally posted on Parental Alienation:
Self-reported information on CTEs was collected by the question: “Have you over a long period experienced any of the following? (as a child),” followed by three types of traumatic experiences: (i) Being tormented, or threatened with violence; (ii) Being beaten, kicked, or the victim of other types of violence, and;…

Domestic/Family Violence; YOU make the difference between life and desruction

  October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. I hope our society will continue to grow in how we recognize and assist the persons affected as children or adults so they can give something better, SAFER, for their families. ‘Awareness’ is about; Acknowledgement; almost every person in our human society has either experienced some type ofContinue reading “Domestic/Family Violence; YOU make the difference between life and desruction”

Triggers; what are they and how do we work through them?

Written back in 2013, this is still one of the most linked to blogs I’ve ever written. Today there were five pingbacks waiting to be approved. This blog has been referenced by leading therapists and advocates, as well as survivors and family resources. In just a few moments of reading you will find an understandingContinue reading “Triggers; what are they and how do we work through them?”

Illinois Legislature Passes Partial Budget

Originally posted on Mt. Vernon Network News:
SPRINGFIELD, IL (AP) – ? Illinois lawmakers averted a shutdown of schools and avoided further uncertainty in government operations with a partial budget deal that funds education for a year and other areas for six months. The Illinois Legislature passed a package of bills Thursday to complete an…

‘My Justice’ the survivor story from hell that will change your perception of family harm

   https://youtu.be/0Rpt_oHU5NM Patricia A. McKnight ~~ ‘My Justice’ By John Miller on January 4, 2014 ~~ “Without any doubt, “My Justice” by Patricia A McKnight is one of the most horrifying, chilling and shocking accounts of child abuse, that I have ever read.” By Stormy on March 26, 2016 ~~ “Difficult to read though itContinue reading “‘My Justice’ the survivor story from hell that will change your perception of family harm”

What it really takes to create a change in the cycle of Family Harm & Trauma

     Why do survivors of Child Sexual Assault, Child Trafficking, and extreme cruelty continue to tell their stories? Because our human society is still dismissing the depth of trauma and the life affecting changes from being a sexualized and/or brutalized, (even severely neglected) child. We hear about African Child Brides and are horrified, as weContinue reading “What it really takes to create a change in the cycle of Family Harm & Trauma”