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She Who Speaks
35 minutes | Nov 7, 2020
Hello everyone, in today’s episode I will be talking about the union between marked souls or as you heard it “Trauma Bonding”. Yes this is a Hot Topic🔥🔥🔥...and Yepp...I know it’s a very sensitive subject! So tune in you don’t want to miss out! We have a special guest joining us, Nefora!!!! Artist, Educator, Naturalist.Yess so get ready, grab your popcorn and notes pads. We will be sharing a few experiences and stories, we have encountered and seen from others. I’m laying out the good, bad, and the ugly truth “Traumatic bonding” A lot of people may ask what it’s traumatic bonding? The Definition is simply put it’s when you form a bond or a strong, emotional attachment between an abused person and his or her abuser, formed as a result of the cycle of violence. It’s an ongoing cycle of abuse in which the intermittent reinforcement of reward and punishment creates powerful emotional bonds that are resistant to change. Warning ⚠️ please understand this is not healthy, it’s NOT love, friendship, or family! Traumatic behavior is the misuse of fear, excitement, sexual feelings, and sexual physiology to entangle another person. Also this is not just applied to one group this can be in relations to friends, family members, and even coworkers.
40 minutes | Oct 17, 2020
Yes it’s that time of the year! And cuffing season is near. Tune in as I share experiences and give knowledge on things to avoid during the seasons. No one wants to look crazy, get distracted, and form soulties... hunty I know so click on that play button!
40 minutes | Mar 4, 2020
Today podcast I will be sharing a quick message about planning ahead of time. For yourself and future experiences. Unexpected deaths in the family has always been a pain and terrible feeling... But not having Life Insurance is the hot topic for today! Tune In as I share a few my experiences. I’m here to inspire you and all families In you’re community to plan a head to avoid stress.
55 minutes | Feb 21, 2020
How I was Almost Sex Trafficked!!! Exposing The Truth!!!!
Sex trafficking is a crime when women, men and/or children are forcefully involved in commercial sex acts. In the United States, any minor under the age of 18 engaged in commercial sex acts is automatically considered a victim of sex trafficking under the law. Worldwide, it's estimated that there are 4.5 million victims of sex trafficking. Worldwide, false promises are ways in which traffickers bait and enslave their victims – both adults and minors. Indigenous populations and those who live in abject poverty are typically economically and politically marginalized; thus, most lack rights and access to basic services such as education which make them particularly vulnerable to sex trafficking. Many times, people from these communities are offered false employment opportunities in major cities. For example, men and boys are sent overseas to work in construction and agriculture but are also forced to perform commercial sex acts. Women and young girls may be offered jobs as models, nannies, waitresses or dancers. Some traffickers operate under the guise of agencies that offer cross-country dating services. However, upon arrival, these individuals are abused, threatened and sold in the sex industry. Often, traffickers keep victims under their control by saying that they’ll be free after they pay their debt. The “debt” is supposedly incurred from the victims’ recruitment, transportation, upkeep or even their crude “sale.” Thus, sex trafficking may occur within debt bondage/bonded labor. Victims of sex trafficking may eventually perform other functions, in addition to being forced sex workers. Some traffickers use sex trafficking victims to recruit or transport other victims. As a result, when sex trafficking victims are caught, they might be detained and prosecuted for criminal activity (e.g., prostitution). However, a legal charge is only one area of concern. Sex trafficking has devastating consequences for the trafficked individual. Victims may suffer from long-lasting physical and psychological trauma, disease (HIV/AIDS), drug addiction, malnutrition and social ostracism.
56 minutes | Feb 21, 2020
Turning My Pain Into Power...
Sex trafficking has devastating consequences for the trafficked individual. Victims may suffer from long-lasting physical and psychological trauma, disease (HIV/AIDS), drug addiction, malnutrition and social ostracism. Tune in with me as I share my experience about dating , anxiety, ptsd, engaging with others in society, and the healing skills I use to help me on a daily basis.
29 minutes | Dec 10, 2019
Men Hurt too...(Part 1) Going Inside A Mans Mind
Hello everyone!!! Welcome to my channel. In today’s segment I will be talking, debating, and analyzing how men express themselves with our guest speaker Antonio. One of the most asked questions: Do Men Hurt too? Does he feel the same way you do when you call it quits? Well I have good news for you. Click on link!!!! We have good news for you: Men feel the same heartbreak as women; they just process and express it differently, according to guest Speaker Antonio , Tune In as he shares a few information on how man communicate, and express there emotions. In the podcast you will understand the difference. Men tend to bounce back faster, while women analyze and remain emotional longer... and also Men tend to know they were hurt, but ignore those feelings and fill the space with someone (or something) else. It's not always the healthiest option because they never truly process the loss." This is part 1 of Men Hurt Too stay tune for more ♥️ WARNING ⚠️ ***Explicit language is used please be advised*** My podcast is considered a safe place with no judgements.
53 minutes | Jan 28, 2019
Learning To Love Yourself Flaws And All
Is self-reflection the key to self-acceptance? It is natural to crave tranquility in our relationships. Of course, absolute peace and serenity is an achievement one could only hope for. We are flawed It is part of what comes with being beautifully human. Our flaws create pathways for growth and are necessary tools for transformation. When you become more aware of your shortcomings, you can take a step back and reflect on the possibilities of growth. This can enhance how you manage your relationships with yourself, others, and the divine. Loving others often comes more naturally than harnessing that acceptance for oneself. Join me and Rashaan McMillan our guest Speaker. And listen as we discuss what it means to fully accept who we are as survivors, and why it can be so difficult when you factor in trauma recovery to self-love. I know that you’ll find out insight relatable encouraging information, as we share how the journey of healing can be a tremendous struggle, yet the rewards are real and very attainable, no matter what you’ve experienced in the past. Also we discuss how the mask that we wear in every day life can be directly related to how we view ourselves. By putting on a mask, so to speak, we only allow others to see what we think they want to see, or what we want them to see, all the while our true selves are dealing with self-shame, and the pain that we feel we will be judged by if we reveal our true selves in a vulnerable way. This is an incredible struggle that can keep us stuck in self-defeating mindsets, and inhibit the healing that we desperately seek. We are the masters of our reality, the authors of our life story. Only YOU are responsible for where you are at this point in your journey. And this point of your journey, this present moment, is perfect. And it’s all you have. Breathe in. Accept all that you are: light and dark; Yin and Yang. masculine and feminine; strengths and weaknesses; triumphs and setbacks. Your spirit is perfect. Seek to fill as much of your earthly body and mind with this perfection. It starts with reflection. Go within, be kind to your mind, and let your unique essence become one with the divine.
20 minutes | Jan 16, 2019
You Vs Them
Hello Everyone on today’s episode (You Vs Them ) I will be sharing with you informative information on expectations. The pressure society, family, and friends have placed on our lives are wearing us down behind close doors. Breaking away from Generational curses, bonds, and expectations have been a challenge for me. But I’m sharing with you a little insight oh how to gain control, confidence, and clarity on life... It’s time to take back your life! step outside if society expectations and allow yourself to visualize what lifestyle and boundaries you want for yourself. Choose you over them...
31 minutes | Jan 15, 2019
You Don’t Know What L.O.V.E Is...
In this podcast I will be discussing and sharing stories about toxic relationships. And why and how do good people fall in love with their toxic abusive partners...wouldn’t it be more human to dislike them and walk away? We all been in toxic, Karmic relationships, that roller coaster ride we can get off... on this episode (You Don’t Know What L.O.V.E Is) listen in on what I’ve experienced and overcame.
6 minutes | Nov 15, 2018
She Who Speaks
Hello Everyone! Welcome to my Channel this is my first podcast. She Who Speaks is the name. And the purpose of my talk show is to bring motivation, inspiration, and awareness in the areas of life, love, and success. Tune in you guys!!! this a brief introduction to Who I am. My overall mission is to be the voice of the unheard, and to provide a safe space for others to engage, grown, and become their most authentic self. Here you will be free to dive deep into stimulating conversations. While receiving advice on real life experiences and becoming aware of society and situations around us and in our communities .
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