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Report: St. Louis Police Led The Nation In Killings

Pacifica Evening News

02:21 min | 17 hrs ago

Report: St. Louis Police Led The Nation In Killings

"Louis Metro Police Department has the highest average rate of killings per population of any major police department in the nation. According to a new report from Arch City defenders released on MLK Day between 2009 and 2019 179 people were killed by police or died in jail custody in the ST Louis area. 92% of those killed were men and 72% were black. The report also found that media articles tended to protect the identities of police officers while exposing those of the victim's family. A manual Powell is an attorney with arch City defenders, he says. These deaths take a vast hole on those family members. They often face accounts Police department that refuses to provide information. On their loved one's death. There's a lack of legal advocacy, he says. There are a few attorneys willing to file civil rights claims on behalf of families and few prosecutor's willing to investigate and bring charges. He says families have a range of issues around how to pay for funerals and how to access social services and mental health support. Tony Taylor is the mother of Carrie T Ball Junior who was shot 21 times by police and 2013, she says grief can cause different illnesses, and it's critical for survivors of police brutality to take care of themselves so you could be able to stand up and fight another day for your love. One filing police last eight years for Kerry has took a real bits on my body. But this time I'm going to step back a little bit and get my help in order. Actually, Jackson is a doctoral student at Washington University in ST Louis, who studies patterns of police and state violence, she says a critical step to reduce police brutality is a federally mandated database that tracks each time. The police Harmon individual, I think a lot of people don't understand why committees of color Mistrust the police. Why, if we're in trouble what calling on what isn't really our first response right? It's because it's this entrance fear in this historical assistance of a racialized violence, Jackson notes, The police brutality can be more than physical violence. It could be psychological abuse is well, she says. It's key to understand how police violence permeates through a family, a community and even generations down the line. For misery. New

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Jo Nesbo Talks About 'The Kingdom'

The Book Review

05:31 min | Last month

Jo Nesbo Talks About 'The Kingdom'

"Joe joins us now from oslo. His new book is called the kingdom. Joe thanks for being here. Thanks for having me all right. I wanna say something up front to our listeners. Who come from around the world. Because i can hear some of you saying it's unesco and they're going to say that it's very hula but joe's dad actually grew up in brooklyn and an joe. Correct me if i'm wrong. You grew up being called joe at home correct. Yeah at least. He called majo- okay. So were pronouncing it. The american way with awareness. Even know. I i did practice. The norwegian will thank you all right. Let's talk about the book. And i want to talk about it if you could tell us a little bit about it. Without spoiling revealing anything at all the theme of the book is brothers. there's Two brothers roy. Who is the older brother who is more introvert. Character are not doing that. Well at school and his younger brother call is more the extrovert likable popular guy doing well at school. They grew up in this small town in the mountains of norway and their parents die when there are in their early teens for from what seems to be a car accident later on call moves to the united states to study business administration and fifteen years. Later he comes back to the small village and roy is at this time running the local gas station. Call coming back with a big plan for the whole village. Which is building a luxurious spa hotel. In which everyone in the village will participate as investors that this is his big plan and he's also bringing his new wife shannon. So the move in with roy us. This progresses with the plan for the for the hotel dog secrets from the past starts rising to the surface. All right and we're not revealing any of those secrets. Where do you start with a book like this. Does it begin for you with the characters with the idea of brothers with the feeling of like. I'm not writing. Hurry whole novel this time. Where do you begin. This novel definitely started with team of of brothers. I grew up with a with a brawler younger than meam. Newts which i was very close to be Like the brothers in the kingdom. We shared a room on the bunk bed and we played football together for many many years and later on when i moved back to oslo where we grew up he moved youtube when we started the band together. And we played in that ballentine. Pass away so we were always very close. And it's not like this is a novel by a keyhole looking into the rail relationship of me and But i definitely draw on the experiences and our emotional bombs in the in this novel. I think it's Also generally about family. it's In my previous novels. I've been subconsciously focusing on sung father relationships but here it's a it's brothers but also family in dreamt The loyalty the obligation. You feel toward a family and of course the dilemma of Following the rules of society and following the unwritten rules of the family which is sometimes especially in this case in conflict. It's interesting to hear you talk about that. Because i think most people when they think of your recurring main character harry hole probably don't think about family and relationships that's partly true yes youngest sister doors with which he feels responsible. But it doesn't have a brother. And i think maybe that's up constantly say was something i did to remove him more from my own person And my situation. I knew that at some point i would have to address the theme of brothers. Because it's it's been there my whole life. It's been such a big part of my life in an interview with the times in two thousand and twelve said that you were increasingly tired of harry hole and that sometimes you found your your books with hole to be very dark and i you know very dark is definitely how i would describe them. I'm curious what qualifies as very dark in your book because this book is is not lighthearted that the kingdom even without whole i guess. There's less physical brutality in In this book this this less violence. But the there's nothing may be more psychological abuse and psychological violence. But i mean hates is is the flip side of the coin to to love so i think is impossible to write about hate violence. Revenge without keeping one eye on love which is the case here. It's loss story. Turn bob dates up. i was asked to come up with a sort of a tagline for the novel and it was a two brothers and one woman.

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Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author

Morning Edition

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author

"Jane Whaley was not satisfied with being a pastor's wife she believed god had bigger plans for her so she pushed against all the norms that kept her from the pulpit and found the church and spend their North Carolina called the word of faith fellowship the church's website shows people singing and smiling Jane Whaley at center stage from the outside it looks like a community of pious believers but some former members say the dangerous cult these people believe that Jane Whaley was their path to salvation and that if they did anything that went against her wishes they would get cancer and die or they would become drug addicts these are things that Jane way we would tell them it was Holbrook more he and Mitch Weiss a fellow AP reporter have been looking into abuse allegations within the church for years our colleague Rachel Martin spoke with them about their new book broken faith and just a note here the story does include descriptions of that alleged abuse there is two sides Jayme wellies yours that's sweet southern grandmotherly type and then there's the Jane that nobody sees except church members the one who screaming at the top of a longs congregants warning them that the devils have to come out it's like the Jekyll and Hyde right Holbrooke can you describe what people saw in her what was bringing them to this church I think that in the beginning when people would go to the church they were selling a lot of love yeah the members of this church they live in nice homes they drive nice cars the children are well mannered they have a Christian school so I think when a lot of families first go there everything seems great but over time Janeway Lee and her other ministers they take more and more control of your lives in fact a lot of times they'll remove children from their families home it and place them with ministers to be raised and what that does is over time sometimes those kids care more about the minister's than their own parents so it makes it difficult for families to leave so it's not a quick thing where you just walk in the door and they say Hey come on in you can come in you can never leave we're gonna take your television magazines radio all that away from you an institute all these rules it's a slow progressive thing and Mitch she when the other church leadership they would use family members against one another I mean hobar talked about how they would separate children sometimes as leverage but they got family members to serve as informants almost absolutely you have to realize they believe that Jane well it was a profit that god spoke to her and everything she said was the gospel and one of the techniques that she used what she had everybody informed on each other it was in a way she would have them tell her their deepest darkest secrets and then she kept the file of those secrets and if they threatened to leave or did something wrong she had all the evidence she needed there to keep them in line so it it was a range of emotional and psychological abuse but from interviews you did with a hundred or so former members you were able to reconstruct a pattern of a violent physical abuse can you just a lay out for us some of those more extreme examples of that yes it was something that that really got worse over time and you have to understand what her philosophy is the doctrine is is really pretty simple doubles a real and if you're a drug addict it's because you have this drug gavel if you know your alcoholic the same if you're having an affair it's the same thing there are there lawful devils and so what she would do is it was called devils and deliverance where they would have people surround you and scream at you at to get the devils out get out double yeah and and it will go on and on and on perfect example is with the baby if babies cry it wasn't because they were hungry or they had a dirty diaper it was because it was a devil inside them that was making them cry so you would have groups of people surrounding a you know in a fan and screaming until that baby would just get tired and finally you know go to sleep and not to scream it just it just to be specific this method call blasting they are they're right in front of the subject's face right there screaming into the baby's ears enter a like inches from her face exactly and that's how she started at the beginning with her congregants over time it became more and more violent it wasn't enough just to screen to scare the devils out of people now you had to punch people you had to hold them down to restrain them you had to choke them you had to do everything possible to get rid of that devil and that's when it became extremely violent that's where the people who who recounted their stories would break down to us they would tell us about their injuries and they couldn't go to doctors they couldn't be treated because they knew what would happen so they had to keep it secret but it's those beatings that that really it's still seared into their planes now they can't get rid of those images those nightmares there is a lot of suspense in this tale but it's it's not fiction I mean this is this is a real life accounting of how the church destroyed these lives but you're you're so specific I mean it reads like fiction though you could you've you're recreating dialogue how did you do that we tried to talk to as many people as we could about any particular incident that we wanted to write about let's not often interviewed him together multiple times over a period of five years really we look for please reports department social services child welfare investigation documents we have recordings from inside the church videos so we just tried to to use all the resources that we could find to tell this story in the most compelling way that we could several lawsuits have been brought against the church and its members over the years has anyone been held accountable for the abuse there are five people currently charged with assaulting a former member of the church Matthew Fenner he says that he was beaten to expel his homosexual demons back in two thousand thirteen but so far nobody's been convicted in that case and Matthew fenders waiting for justice the fact that you have the sheriff you have the district attorney all these people who have looked the

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NYC: Lawrence Ray Accused Of Forcing Daughter’s Friends Into Labor, Prostitution While Extorting $1 Million

Start Here

04:25 min | 1 year ago

NYC: Lawrence Ray Accused Of Forcing Daughter’s Friends Into Labor, Prostitution While Extorting $1 Million

"I was an Ra in college. A resident assistant and one of the things we'd always deal with was guests from outside the dorm kids complaining that now. The roommate was always bringing over their boyfriend girlfriend. Sometimes there were complaints about creepy or people hanging around. This was New York. City's she'd have to find out whether they'd actually been invited in. So imagine a parent constantly being around the dorm. How bad could that be worse? That's what helicopter parents. But that's kind of for the family work out right. That's what Lawrence Ray did way more than just disturbing it will infuriate you. These accused of preying on his daughters friends at Sarah Lawrence College yesterday in New York a story exploded loaded out of West Chester County home to the prestigious Liberal Arts College Sarah Lawrence as charges were filed against a parent of former student their. ABC's Aaron Katersky covers New York law enforcement. He's been working sources from here in Manchester so Aaron I mean what can you tell us Larry Ray effectively moved in to his daughter's his college dorm when she was a sophomore and ended up certainly overstaying his welcome but more than that according to federal prosecutors. He would subject checked people that his daughter new and others on campus to sexual and psychological manipulation and physical abuse race first victims victims were sophomores at college. Westchester county girls and boys young enough to be his children. Larry Ray had been in prison and he he had just gotten out and he moved in with his daughter and during a period that lasted ten years both while she was in in College at Sarah Lawrence and after in Manhattan and in North Carolina according to the criminal complaint he would mentally and physically torture porcher young people men and women with with physical abuse with psychological abuse and with sexual abuse. Then I mean Erin when you hear these charges these accusations from prosecutors. It doesn't sound like a really manipulative father. Sounds like a much more organized. Scary thing the way they tell it Brad. One of the the alleged victims mentioned in the New York magazine Article That touched off this whole investigation admitted that he was part of what he called a cult under the pretense of counseling. The victims ray inquired about intimate aspects of their lives and mental health managing to convince several of them that they were broken at that only rake. Break fix them. Someone who would learn the intimate details of someone's private life after gaining his victims trust. Ray turned on them. Falsely accused of harming him by attempting to poison him. Morton deliberately damaged his property according to federal prosecutors he would under the pretense of of helping them through their problems subject them to things like sleep deprivation to other kinds of psychological torture. Things that prosecutors said shock the conscience on one occasion as alleged rates high this victim to a chair place the plastic bag over her head and almost suffocated her and he would extort false confessions from these young people and then use those to extort money from this victim constrain hundreds of thousands of dollars from their parents savings accounts at raise direction from young people who open lines of credit who engaged in prostitution according to the indictment all to serve the needs and interests of Larry Ray. It's just shocking stuff. Do we know how the investigation began in the first place. This begin with with an article in New York magazine that was co authored by a student at Sarah Lawrence at the time. The article was entitled the Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence and it out lined effectively the same things that federal prosecutors outlined in the Indictment Sarah Lawrence put out a statement saying that after that article was published published. They conducted an internal investigation and found nothing to substantiate what the article alleged happened and yet federal prosecutors and the FBI found it when they began digging into it and they brought the charges against Larry Ray on Tuesday multiple counts of forced labor and sex trafficking appear before judge. Last night he did not enter a plea disturbing story Erica Turkey. Thanks so much for keeping an eye on thank you bread

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New Study Finds Women Mayors are More Likely Then Men to Be the Victims of Physical and Psychological Violence

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

New Study Finds Women Mayors are More Likely Then Men to Be the Victims of Physical and Psychological Violence

"A new study finds women mayors are more likely than men to be victims of psychological abuse or the victims of physical violence researchers with the state and local government review survey two hundred thirty eight mayors of cities all with populations of thirty thousand or higher they found women mayors were more than twice as likely as male mayors to be subjected to psychological abuse and nearly three times as likely to be the victims of physical violence overall mayor's face as much if not more physical violence and psychological abuse than the general public with social media being the most common way they are threatened or attacked in addition to women younger mayors as well as those in major cities were more likely to be affected than

Psychological Abuse
News in Brief 27 August 2019

UN News

03:34 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 27 August 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. Torture and arbitrary detention in nepal are widespread and systematic u._n. Appointed independent experts set on tuesday highlighting the case of boy who was allegedly forced to work for eighteen hours a day unpaid in a ruling the human rights committee said that the youngster whose identity has not hoping disclosed was sent to kathmandu as a domestic worker at the age of nine at fourteen he was subjected to physical and psychological abuse by an army officers family according according to the u._n. Panel which assesses implementation of the international covenant on civil and political rights bite state parties it said that after fleeing the boy was accused of theft and then torture by police so that he would sign a confession that he could not read in a ruling the committee called for compensation for the victim who comes from nipples indigenous tharu community and the authorities to apologize his one of the panels experts and then you settled after enduring torture and forced labour as a chide right i said to justice and accountability is essential for victims to rebuild their lives and recover that dignity. It's all that nepal will take all necessary measures to protect and help victims of fetch act regained their lives at the time of the original complaint nepal rejected the boys allegations allegations saying that they were not based on facts and reality the country also denied claims of torture and said that it was unbelievable that the supreme court had refused to hear his claim as it had been alleged go city in northeastern democratic republic of the congo has seen no new cases of ebola virus infection and to know new transmissions in twenty one days is which is the incubation period of the disease. That's according to the world health organization w._h._o. Which on tuesday welcomed the news earlier this month the u. n. Health agency confirmed under four people were infected with ebola in goma allowed city bordering rwanda speaking in geneva w._h._o. Spokesperson christian lindmeyer said that to be declared officially the ebola free the people of goma would have to wait another twenty one days in line with health protocols in other parts of northeastern d._r._c. Health workers continue to face daily security threats as they search for ebola sufferers. Mr lindmeyer confirmed. He noted that it was important. People received new ebola treatments within the first few days of falling ill while it was also okay that anyone who came into contact with them was vaccinated as soon as possible since the outbreak began in northeastern d._r._c. August there have been nearly three thousand confirmed cases his including more than one thousand nine hundred fifty deaths and finally to u._n. Secretary general antonio guiterrez who's made an appeal for more global support to end nuclear weapons ends testing in a statement the head of the international day against nuclear tests on thursday. The twenty nine august mister gutierrez said that the comprehensive nuclear-test-ban treaty was as central pillar of international efforts to end nuclear testing for good but it has still not yet entered into force more than twenty years after its adoption the u._n. Chief explained repeating repeating his call for all states that have not yet done so to sign and ratify the treaty so that it can enter into force mister gutierrez said that in a world of rising tensions and divisions our collective security depends on it the international day against nuclear tests marks the closing in one thousand nine hundred one of the test site in semipalatinsk kazakhstan the largest in the former soviet union. It was the site of more than four hundred and fifty tests. Who's impacts are still being felt decades later the u._n. Chief statement explained daniel johnson u._n. News.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"The podcast is now out. It is now available. It is in the I tunes store. So if you have I tunes you can find that immediately. If you have other podcasts players, which a lot of you, do then you will find that updated very soon. But anyone who has I tunes. I highly recommend you look up love and abuse. You'll find it'll be the first one there and click on it. Subscribe to it. Listen to it and enjoy it. If you don't know what I'm talking about. Because you're a new listener. Or you're just not familiar with the mean workbook. I created the workbook on manipulation and emotional abuse called the mean workbook, and that's M E A N manipulation and emotional abuse number. And what it does it helps you assess the specific behavior of emotional abuse or manipulation in your relationship. And it gives you a number gives you like a score that helps you determine. Just how deep you're in. If you're in any level of emotional abuse. And it is my most popular product ever because it pinpoints exactly what's going on. When you relationship is difficult, and you can't figure out what's going on and emotional abuse has a lot of facets to it. So I offer that workbook over at love and abuse dot com, and that work because resource page that anyone who has purchased a workbook can access on the website. But there is something I'll I also offer for those who either had the workbook or not. But that is eleven abuse podcast and the podcast expands upon emotional abuse, manipulation by getting into all forms of toxic communication, amd bad behavior in all of your relationships, not just romantic not just family, but any relationship because a lot of us can get sucked into abusive communication, and I created the eleven abuse podcast to empower you. So that you're not dragged into someone else's game. So deep that you come out of it. A shell of your former self now, that's extreme. But I've also heard that from several clients that I've worked with that. They came out of the emotionally abusive relationship shell of their former self it's like, they disappear they disintegrated in the relationship because of the toxic communication because of behavior that was wearing them down in. So in the love and abuse podcast. I have shorter digestible episodes that dive into specific forms of toxic, communication and bad behavior. So that you are empowered and aware of what might be happening in any type of communication that you are in with family with friends with romantic partners with co workers with anyone and I talk about all the terms of emotional abuse, psychological abuse, coercion, manipulation and all kinds of things. So I think everyone will get something out of it. If you're listening now, you will get something out of it. So I highly recommend my show. Yes, I'm a little biased. But I wanna let you know. It's there. I wanna let you know that if you're looking for more knowledge, more understa. Banding of toxic communication of bad behavior of manipulation. And of course, verbal and emotional abuse look for love and abuse in I tunes subscribe to the show and continue your consumption of knowledge and learning about bad behavior, and what you can do about it. And what to look for as far as red flags and signs and things like that you're going to dig it love and abuse and itunes, and if you can't find it in your favorite podcast player yet it will be there. But you can also go to love and abuse dot com and listen to it. They're all right. Let's get back to the show, and I'll see you over eleven abuse as well. All right. Welcome back. We're gonna talk about the what if game in relationships one. If I'm with someone that is great, and so many ways, but somebody else comes along and they're better. I don't want to commit to the person. I'm with I wanna wait for that person that could be better. So let's talk about this. There's a lot of beliefs that once you commit you have to be with that person forever. And hey, I'm not knocking night with all I would love that to take place in mile. I would love to be with the same person for the rest of my life. And hopefully, I am I've found that person. But throughout my life. That's what I wanted with every relationship. I wanted to be with that person for the rest of my life..

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"And it involves some scary steps because that means if I say him to do something I better do it. You get the idea where you say, you're gonna do something and you follow through because now if you don't people can say, a ha you're not credible. You're not congruent when you say you're going to do something you're not going to do it. So there's really no accountability there whatsoever. That's where I'm putting myself right now. So this show is going to shift a little bit the overwhelmed brain is going to shift a little bit. There's been a lot of episodes on emotional abuse. And it's going to shift because I'm creating another show, I'm creating another show for specifically emotional abuse emotional abuse because it's so prevalent because it's such a hot topic. I get emails on all the time, and it is big enough to have its own show. So I'm coming out with another show called love and abuse. And you will see it very shortly. I'm going to create it because I think it needs to be done, and it will help people discern every time they tune into this show in my going to hear another segment on emotional abuse. I've heard enough segments on emotional abuse. It's that popular. I mean, I get that many emails it is so huge in the world. Unfortunately, it is why the mean workbook sells a lot. Every time. I see a sale on the mean workbook. I feel good knowing that someone is getting good information. They're going to be able to pinpoint exactly what abusive behavior going on in their relationship and also be able to start the healing process, or at least get the first stone in their brain about what to do next. I get letters all the time thinking me for creating that workbook. So I am grateful for that. So I feel good knowing that there's a resource out there. But I also feel bad feeling bad. It's not on my conscience. Not like, I feel guilty. I just feel sympathy. I just feel sympathetic to your plight win when you're on a place where you have to get the mean, workbook and determine what level if any but often emotional abuse, you're experiencing in your relationship. So it's a mixed feeling. I it's important has to be out there, in my opinion that has to be out. There has to be a tool that people can use for their relationship and even. Discussed with the the people in their life. But I just wanna take out the crazy feeling that crazy making can do crazy making one of those terms talk about in the new podcast, love and abuse. And all the terms that come up that really need to be dented. So that you know, what's happening. If you're in the motion abusive relationship, or you ever experienced one or your friends ever experienced or are experiencing one it's so vital to know what toxic behavior is in a relationship, and it's not going to be just about emotional abuse. It's also going to be about the different ways we manipulate in deceive and what we can do to understand it better. So that we avoid it. Or at least know how to deal with it when it comes up. What are the red flags? And how do I get out of that? What if I'm that person? So there's all kinds of subject matter that I'm going to discuss on that show. So I hope you get chance to tune in. I don't know when it's coming out. It will be very soon. This is this is why I'm telling you this on the air because I. Want to be accountable. I want people to write to me like a week from now and say where is it? What are you doing? I want this. So hang in there. This is why the show's going to shift anything that's has to do with a motion abuse. Verbal abuse, psychological abuse, deceptive communication, in any other type of communication that leads to a toxic environment that especially involve any type of relationship like I said before romantic platonic business family, all of those relationships that are important our lives. How can we develop healthier communication healthier relationships? So that we aren't led down the rabbit hole so deep so far that we can't find our way out, and we're stuck in there. And now we have no tools because we lost so many on the way or there were buried by our own inability to deal with someone else's behavior. So I want you to look for that very soon..

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"And it involves some scary steps because that means if I say him to do something I better do it. You get the idea where you say, you're gonna do something and you follow through because now if you don't people can say, a ha you're not credible. You're not congruent when you say you're going to do something you're not going to do it. So there's really no accountability there whatsoever. That's where I'm putting myself right now. So this show is going to shift a little bit the overwhelmed brain is going to shift a little bit. There's been a lot of episodes on emotional abuse. And it's going to shift because I'm creating another show, I'm creating another show for specifically emotional abuse emotional abuse because it's so prevalent because it's such a hot topic. I get emails on all the time, and it is big enough to have its own show. So I'm coming out with another show called love and abuse. And you will see it very shortly. I'm going to create it because I think it needs to be done, and it will help people discern every time they tune into this show in my going to hear another segment on emotional abuse. I've heard enough segments on emotional abuse. It's that popular. I mean, I get that many emails it is so huge in the world. Unfortunately, it is why the mean workbook sells a lot. Every time. I see a sale on the mean workbook. I feel good knowing that someone is getting good information. They're going to be able to pinpoint exactly what abusive behavior going on in their relationship and also be able to start the healing process, or at least get the first stone in their brain about what to do next. I get letters all the time thinking me for creating that workbook. So I am grateful for that. So I feel good knowing that there's a resource out there. But I also feel bad feeling bad. It's not on my conscience. Not like, I feel guilty. I just feel sympathy. I just feel sympathetic to your plight win when you're on a place where you have to get the mean, workbook and determine what level if any but often emotional abuse, you're experiencing in your relationship. So it's a mixed feeling. I it's important has to be out there, in my opinion that has to be out. There has to be a tool that people can use for their relationship and even. Discussed with the the people in their life. But I just wanna take out the crazy feeling that crazy making can do crazy making one of those terms talk about in the new podcast, love and abuse. And all the terms that come up that really need to be dented. So that you know, what's happening. If you're in the motion abusive relationship, or you ever experienced one or your friends ever experienced or are experiencing one it's so vital to know what toxic behavior is in a relationship, and it's not going to be just about emotional abuse. It's also going to be about the different ways we manipulate in deceive and what we can do to understand it better. So that we avoid it. Or at least know how to deal with it when it comes up. What are the red flags? And how do I get out of that? What if I'm that person? So there's all kinds of subject matter that I'm going to discuss on that show. So I hope you get chance to tune in. I don't know when it's coming out. It will be very soon. This is this is why I'm telling you this on the air because I. Want to be accountable. I want people to write to me like a week from now and say where is it? What are you doing? I want this. So hang in there. This is why the show's going to shift anything that's has to do with a motion abuse. Verbal abuse, psychological abuse, deceptive communication, in any other type of communication that leads to a toxic environment that especially involve any type of relationship like I said before romantic platonic business family, all of those relationships that are important our lives. How can we develop healthier communication healthier relationships? So that we aren't led down the rabbit hole so deep so far that we can't find our way out, and we're stuck in there..

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"And at the end of the day. It's it's it's abuse, psychological abuse. Like, if you're using your your words to tear people down and make them feel like they're crazy or they're it's just not. I mean does that even sound healthy? Of course, not because it's not healthy. And so of you recognizing. If you rescued me if you recognize this in a partner, they are using a form of psychological either manipulation at best and abuse at worst in. This is not somebody who knows how to. Use the skills maybe potentially in the gifts and talents. They have to lift other people up, but rather to push those people down I actually dealt with this a little bit in one of my stepfather's, very charismatic. Very bold various certif- communicated, very well, very successful in business. And yet he used all of that to make people feel stupid. And so rather than push or excuse me tip to lift other people up into prop other people up. He he stood on them any push them down. So that he could prop himself up. This is not a healthy individual. And this is not somebody who you want to be in a relationship with. So how do you deal with it? You bring it up to that individual and allow them an opportunity to correct their behavior. If they do great monitor it stay on top of it. If they don't disengage has not healthy for you. It's not healthy for them. And it leads to disaster in relationship. The sooner you can nip it the better off. Everybody will be. It's just not dealing in reality. When you're doing that. It's it's dishonest. It's intellectually dishonest. I hear people do this in debates to where they'll say thing somebody will bring up a point in and the other individual bring up another point that has nothing to do with that. And they'll try to make this person wrong or make him seem stupid based on something that is completely ill irrelevant to the first point. They made it's not healthy for a for civil discourse. In a certainly not healthy to engage in a relationship like you. And I we can disagree on stuff. But I'm not gonna make you feel like an idiot. Me. And my my goal is to say. Well, that's weird. Why do you like it is like when you when you say something that I don't agree with my thought is like that seems strange. What why does he think that? And so I ask you can you explain it? I'm like, no, I still don't agree or I actually didn't consider that a perspective. And then you do the same thing when you disagree with me that's healthy. And that's what this country needs more of than anything else. I don't think liberals and conservatives and Democrats and Republicans, and I don't think we're at odds with each other. I think there's a small minority of people that wants us to be pitted. Against each other in the louder. They can be about it in the more violent. We can be. I mean, there's even like things are getting violent in situations where there's just disagreements. Doesn't have to get filings. Like, okay, let me understand your situation. Because I don't think I don't think liberals are inherently evil, and obviously, I don't think conservatives are inherently evil. I think we're all kind of after the same thing. It's just a matter of the way that we go about doing it. I mean, everybody wants to be happy. We want to be fulfilled. We want to be I think for the most part left alone to do what it is that we think is important in worship the way we want to worship and runner businesses. The way we want to run our businesses. We don't enjoy. I don't think anybody really enjoys the fact that that there's people who are not going to be able to have a meal tonight or today or a roof over their head tonight or their addict on drugs, and they can't get a job. And there's other people who are who are handicapped physically mentally. I I don't think anybody likes that. I think we're all on the same page. It's just a matter of the way, we go about solving these problems, and if we just opened up a little bit and stop making feel so stupid. And instead try to understand each other. I think we'd come to some more common ground. Than we realized what's even possible. And I am not running for office, by the way..

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"From Hollywood heard about one of the worst human beings on the planet a man in his eighth decade of life who lives only for sex And to have sex only with people. Don't even want it with. Him but to coerce them with money think of that eighth decade of life has learned nothing, except to seek to your million people in sex I think about that A multi-billionaire love. By those in Hollywood Revered by those in, Hollywood look up to those in Hollywood They worship this human being They all want to be around him and he lives to destroy people's self respect by buying sex. From, them against their. Will now think about that these are, the people who run Hollywood. Make no mistake about it there at the. Top of the entertainment pyramid they are the eye. On top of the pyramid they create the beacon that the whole world has to look. At the think about that Think about that, where do, we turn in a world like this well what motivates a man. Like that is the question what can a man. Like that do. In the morning to get out, get, up in the morning washes. Facebook clothing on what motivates them to get up every day it's certainly. Not God he wouldn't do those things if. He believed that God would know so it's not, God it's. Pure unadulterated physical pleasure, and the mental and psychological abuse. Of. Another individual that motivates him that's what makes. Them get up in the morning think about this the things that motivate human beings they're they're. All over the map don't assume everyone is like you don't think everyone believes like you do we'll be right back on the..

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"And if anything then according to this expert in the wake of the world wars torture as a widespread practice momentarily maybe sort of kind of little bit paused for a second but now if we fast forward a little closer to the modern age we find that that is not the case according to human rights watch between two thousand four and two thousand five over sixteen countries were documented using torture state sponsored torture yeah and then you go to war on terror the global war on terror right where we know black sites we've covered this before on an episode black sites have been used were torture occurs and it's not just the united states right is not just the not just an episode picking on the united states and often these things are occurring with through a second or third hand things and roxie so despite being banned torture continues in countries around the globe and this ancient practice stroz no signs of bathing in fact our species has effectively leverage technology to arrive at new forms of physical and psychological abuse one thing we learned about in the course of our research which initially didn't sound that bad was the socalled cold cell treatment and this come this an uncle sam original prisoners are placed in front of a large air conditioner unit running on full blast that doesn't sound bad right at first probably kinda nice depending on where you are i mean for the first day or for maybe even for the first week but what about a month what about a year that is the socalled cold cell treatment and we should make we should make a point that it's allegedly happened for years but we're required technically to say allegedly yeah.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on WGTK

"One eight seven seven six is the number eight seven seven two four three seven six dennis prager male female our the second hour every wednesday is booked were engaged right now the topic is should adultery automatically be divorce i am very much opposed to that i think that there are other things that are more automatic marriage killers i don't think i know actually the basis of reading what major marital therapists have reported the biggest killer of marriage is not infidelity and i'm not defending infidelity i'm merely describing reality the reality is that the biggest killer of marriage is treating the other with contempt that's among other or other reasons that's not a one nighter now not all facilities or one nighters either i fully acknowledge that but it's ongoing and utterly destructive all right and marsha in columbus ohio hello marsha dennis prager hey how are you i'm well thank you good good real brings here no i called him before and said the same thing and i'll keep saying it now not married of course i've tried to get there many times just hasn't worked yet maybe it's because of a charity reasons i don't know but anyway just like i said before you know i mean if people encouraged somebody in relationships to not stay for physical abuse or psychological abuse or emotional us why would you say for teething if you because to me seating is abuse and really how could you look at someone else no one that they let me tell you why i don't think cheating is necessarily abuse and all the other examples of emotional physical and i don't remember the third one psychological i think i don't remember or verbal and all of those the purpose of what was done was to hurt the other person but in infidelity it is rarely done it is sometimes done but it is not usually done to hurt the other person so it's not it's not a similar form of abuse well even if it's not done.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Time meaning that it was just like what did he say right it was a it was a shock to the system and then the promises about the wall came up and now here we are and he's saying he's going to get it built to say it's gonna get done we we have to hold him to account on this when we absolutely have to he's also saying by the way he's going to protect the second amendment i have no no concerns about that and respected in some circles democrat said we want to get rid we should get rid of our second amendment otherwise get rid of it that's really could be right about that here's second amendment will always be your second amendment we're not doing anything to that and yet there's such dishonesty out there i think gas lighting is it is a term that i'm familiar with from the left where i believe it's taken initially from abusive situations where somebody said somebody will hit somebody this is like domestic relationships situation they'll hit somebody and then you know an hour later like i didn't hit you and it's a form of psychological abuse there's some kind of gas leading that goes on with the media and the repeal of the second amendment where they'll have big outlets run with the story and the they'll put the opinion out there yeah yeah we should repeal the second amendment and then when people go will hold on a second you want to be the second time they go oh no no one no one saying that no one saying we'll we'll which is it can we get some can we get some clarity on that one that would be i think particularly worthwhile and then one more trump spoke earlier today so this is just another when it comes to mind here on taxes they all want to be back in the usa a lot of them left they're coming back we've eliminated a record number of job killing regulations that's one of the reasons they're coming back we kill the regulation and it's a thing of beauty so i think that's been a big big success and a reason for our success and we've made history by massively reducing job killing taxes i'm all for it but let's be clear reducing taxes is about as mainstream gop position as you're ever gonna find that's not revolutionary at all.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Physical or psychological abuse in the marriage which she was pushed into by mother felt just completely totally trapped politics journal in january she now campaigns for reform and the stays marriage laws adams toda insider that the bill stalled at the pressure from the influential family foundation of kentucky conservative lobbying group family foundation spokesman martin coauthor and told the publication the friday that we haven't done much lobbying at all against bill though they had expressed concerns to the chairman of the committee and ask for a week to work this out he said the group opposed the bill because it takes away parental rights at the very beginning of include them in a sort of incident away at the end of the process so look if your parents want to sell or give away thirteen daughter i mean who are metoo basically is point here's the thing i would throw in this kind of feels a little bit like how people who fight against abortion laws have to fight constantly at every level so they're like hey hey we have to fight against people trying to redefine like what what a term is for baby we have to fight against how many weeks you know when they try to put on thing like we we we wanna put in a condition educate do it after this number weeks and we want to fight around that and so they had to fight against that just because at some point the ultimate goal of the people who are pushing for those laws is not to stop it okay we all agree you know thirty weeks is is is the limit no their goal is to be like okay now that we got thirty we wanted twenty eight now we got twenty eight let's go between to now until eventually where it's like you can't you can't have an abortion period you cannot do that i wonder if this is the opposite thing but for our eight you know what i mean like well if we've fight on this at all will we just let them do this wasn't ex you know what i mean he likes child not being got them abused at thirteen and fourteen.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on WTRH

"Woke up to him standing at the foot of the beds screaming at me um telling me he was going to get a cabin go to kansas city and wait for his flight the next day because he was tired of me and tired of um you know all these they just started agents raging at me and none of it was with called for there wasn't any of it that was truthful it was all just raging so it's just kinda gone downhill well anyway when he left this time to go back to work um he's been flying back and forth already left it's time to go back it was about the fourth of february and i wrote him an email and i told him that i didn't want him to come back until he had gone back to his home town when he gets up the boat this time and get some counseling because it's it's jeff and i told him he needed to find a christian counseling center and um you know figure out what it was that was wrong and how to fix it because i don't want the kind of anger and um bourboule abuse and psychological abuse and manipulation and all those things i just don't wanna live that life and um so in the process of asking him to do this here's response was well and you'll get online and you find the blurred and you set up the appointment now i'll tell you went on the off the boat and then you get all this lined up and then when i get off about i'll do it when when you're any off the boat out is this part of his job he he worked fatah as he worked followership and so they're they're usually the gone for sixty days and then their home for sixty days though but instead of flying he's from washington state and instead of flying back to missouri it um he's do our intention was to get.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on WTRH

"It it got to the point where um he was even giving me stephen hawkins' quote um um is not a man of god and i kept seeing warning signs um to give you an example ice we sat down for dinner one night and i ask him to say grace than he wouldn't do it said now that's not something i do in public i don't i don't feel comfortable famed grace and i said okay so either and an excite when we sat down i said be really have to do that so if the end it from there it just went downhill he woke up at four o'clock in the morning one morning and i had fallen asleep upstairs watching a movie he works he's used to working night so when he's off he goes to bed at eight o'clock at night so and i'm a late night person so i went upstairs to watch a movie and at four o'clock in the morning i woke up to him standing at the foot of the bed screaming at me um telling me he was gonna get a cabin go to kansas city and wait for his flight the next day because he was tired of me and tired of um you know all these they just started agents raging at me and none of it was with called for there wasn't any of it that was truthful is all just raging so it's just kinda gone downhill well anyway when he left this time chick go back to work um he's been flying back and forth already left his time to go back it was about the fourth of february and i've word in many nail and i told him that i didn't want him to come back until he had gone back to his hometown when he gets off the boat this time and get some counts when because it's it's jeff and i told him he needed to find a christian counseling center and um you know figure out what it was that was wrong and how to fix it because i don't want the kind of anger and um verbal abuse psychological abuse and manipulation and all those things i just don't wanna live that life and um so in.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And in terms of men or or boys gymnastics there was an interview on pbs where one of the doctors said that he didn't see the psychological abuse that he saw on the girls side of things well it goes back to what i said about you know these girls are children men in sports in you can take any sport really have to go through puberty in order to be the best in the world their bodies do have to develop their musculature has to develop girls can have that kind of muscular chair before puberty and in fact in gymnastics and figure skating you know especially you want to have a body that looks like a a boy you know a a small boy because you wanna have a body that shaped like a missile that you can throw up into the air and land and had no body fat whatsoever that every ounce of you is muscle so these girls are girls that makes them much more vulnerable they're not develop psychologically they're not out in the world and all you know most of them are not going to an actual school so they are very very isolated in this weird culture so it's very different from any other sport i've been exposed to hemmerling us and we're hearing about a culture or sector were girls her very young they're taught to kind of deny the feelings that they're having and that their isolated are all of these things that that you feel like are are really you can foster the assault that we that we have learned about over the last seven days it it really does hit some common threads throughout what we see around child sexual abuse in general and we know that girls and boys that are isolated that face multiple vulnerabilities such as being away from their family or from trusted connected adults um and then what we do around prevention of child sexual abuse is building skills around boundaries and listening to your gut and i'm hearing you know how those things are undercut by systems response.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"I think it's fantastic i think it has its own kind of beauty and it's you know it has its own kind of emerging class of of virtuoso artists who are doing incredible things with it but but it takes over from film largely for economic reasons i mean it takes over as the dominant mode largely for economic reasons men there are aesthetic reasons to shoot and especially did to exhibit on a legacy diffult exhibited it doesn't make sense unless you shoot on on film because the the solidity of the images the kind of the range of colors especially in the dark in the blacks in this is a movie with a lot of like shadow e a lot of shadow e a scenes in lighting and things like this like the and that the the way you can kind of penetrate into the darkness and see into the blacks with different gradations they don't get crushed to this kind of muddy color is so so gorgeous on film anyway so to touch on what mark again i think so this movie i think paul thomas anderson has commented that this movie is influenced by similar sorts of movies among which is the film gaslight and so just to sort of led to talk about some of the assumptions that were making when we look at a movie only strictly in the context of the discursive tools that we have based on our current culture the idea of gas lighting doesn't pre exist the movie gaslight in in terms of the word for it and this is the notion that trump is that the guy keeps turning the lights down and this is an old play that got adapted into a movie in the 40s he guy keeps is a form of psychological abuse where he turning the lights down and telling the woman that the whites having been turned down and she's crazy this is where the name gas sliding comes from it comes from this movie that's about it now we can then take this idea now that it's been cut of medical eyes and treated as if it's this sort of a priori.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on 20/20

"Extreme physical and psychological abuse that is occurring with shoddy mixed signals in unanswered questions about the alleged terrorist inside the turpin house d a mike history is now appealing directly in the public it's a little bit unusual for a a district attorney to be doing an interview like this part of the reason i'm doing that is because i want the public's help is one key piece of information that you're looking for we want to know anything and everything that we've set up a tip line these alleged crimes were committed in a closed house in a closed room and cover of darkness but someone must have seen something and we're asking for the public's help tonight the search for answers continues and although elizabeth lower says she hasn't had a close relationship with her sister in over twenty years she says a message of hope and renewal to the children we have to reprogramme your mind whether you believe it or not and has to cap and tell yourself harry tom wargo i am beautiful unfair flame wonderfully know but the path towards healing may be tough for children reportedly so damaged by their past hardest but most important thing for them to here is that the world is not the way their parents made them think it is the world really past people that are going to be generous and going to be kind and i think one of the hardest things for them to to really do in the end will be the trust people magic outside the house that witnessed such alleged cruelty messages of love and faith icy little boy then.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Host deb ruggiero karen kay is our producer in the studio this morning is dipped to bear from the coalition against domestic violence how often does domestic violence result from domestic abuse could could start can a small little things but then all of a sudden it just really loomed escalates overtime escalate yeah and and you have described it exactly how we hear about it so often adept where it doesn't just pop up overnight it starts out usually and more subtle ways with emotional or psychological abuse or putdowns by one partner against the other sometimes the abuse of partner ixelles the victim from their friends and family and then without realising it a few months half a year or a year has gone by and the narrative doesn't feel that they have that support network in place anymore probably also making the person feels so inadequate exactly there could be to be the verbal putdowns can really eat away at someone self steam if you're told over and over again that your worth less that you'll never make it on your own no one's ever gonna love you if i leave a you'll be left to fend for yourself you can never make it right says that on day sure you start to question you're on com competency what about the dangers though somebody who's in that kind of an abusive use of relationship trying to break away from that domestic violence cycle you know i mean it could be pretty pretty frightening it's frightening and it's also very seriously dangerous mmhmm that's one of the things that we have come to realise that it's important for anyone in abusive situation or if your friend tried.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Yep um so with that being said actually kia found a really good article uh that identifies a lot of those science we thought we were kind of use that use that as a go by as an outline um as we kind of get into the discussion along here and i'll be happy to put then description bucks as well for those who who want to read the full article and get all the goods yes so the first thing i thought will be good as we get into it is too is to fine what what that abuses in the first place and so i found a really good description which is psychological abuse also referred to as psychological violence emotional abuse or mental abuse is a form of abuse characterized by a person's subjecting or exposing another person's behavior that me result in psychological trauma including anxiety chronic depression or post traumatic stress disorder so i found that to be a really pointed definition um uh and and really self explanatory i don't think i need to expand on any further from their defeat do you want to go into some of the um some of those some of those signed um for the article um is that huffpost article in it really kind of lays out why are like what i like about is there you know it it it acknowledges there the fact that this kind of abuse can exist in many forms um um so eight in terms of characterizing it it gives.

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"psychological abuse" Discussed on Z100

Z100

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"psychological abuse" Discussed on Z100

"You must get permission to be touched well you know sucking unless it screaming you're no talking scream at dealers were told do as you're told is it so far this this you will live this every day yet don't touch the people in control yeah there you go how many times as they tried to give me a massage i'm like go away creepy in weird nudity the a psychological abuse the great t does that this creepy nudity i hear a chain and i freak out that's i don't need that back to this list all the other rule is that you must walk through it by yourself he had that freaks me out a little bit you must be okay with suffocation being leg all being left income pleat and total darkness dead silence for an comfortably long stretches of time having things shoved into your mouth getting waterboarded good lord okay i just don't see how why would i pay money for this is not something i wanted to elevate has a question are they things going to list i can cross off ahead of time oh no now you have to degrade of all as he can kenny you would pay a hundred bucks to get this scared by this stuff ignore our know people that always sooner or no regard can do that that what we are car why don't they noted wondering were outraged by the croatian i wanted apartment are crowd we'll show her and really you know headline you think you're all cocky watching than a horror movie alleged put you in a horror movie and see how you at after exactly we are in control or dr very hard i'll be wiped out i mean i'm quicker already go on i would pay an ira bomb well then we might as well just charge people can work on our show because i'm going up from why are hearing it's just as horrific ecological houston is ideological abused aren't we go here are your heartbeat golf i would concur regarded i haven't been on the radio per couple of asian are eager brought you want graham uruguay your prompt garnered with thank you can't even frog and i will tell you a lot of people are going to need a.

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