Silent Abuse, Control: Freddie Power, Sharon Stafford
Workplace Substance Abuse - an underestimated and silent epidemic?: T. Gilg, V. Happel, J. Lagois, H. Laurell, A. Manns
Dara Dietz begins her life story with a question: ´´How does one go from being a victim to a victor?´´ As a very young child, then through adolescence, she found herself trapped in a family environment as well as in a social religious community where she was neglected, betrayed, and molested. She easily could have lost her way. She could have become an angry person, blaming others for all her misfortune and life circumstance. It would be easy to understand her emotion. Yet, her present life is one of counting her blessings and helping others heal naturally. What changed the direction of Dara´s life journey? She chose to believe and travel with the power of love, God´s love - a love that at first was not always easy to understand, trust, or accept. As her story reveals, it was Divinely life-transforming when she welcomed this unconditional love into her heart. Dara´s life lessons are about choices and how great trials can be great teachers; how the biggest hurts can be the biggest gifts. It is one´s choice how to learn the lesson. Her story illustrates how her spiritual courage enabled her to make choices that allowed for acceptance, forgiveness, and to be in the flow of Whatever Good May Come. This inspiring audiobook is a must-listen for those who have been in or are now experiencing a situation and feelings where all hope may seem lost. It is an audiobook for people who love such individuals. 1. Language: English. Narrator: April M Barrow. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/027818/bk_acx0_027818_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Silent Cry:The True Story of Abuse and Betrayal of an NFL Wife Zondervan. US open market-Ausgabe Dorothy J. Newton
Dear Victim, I am sorry. I am sorry you´re a fellow traveler on the road from past sexual abuse. I hurt with you, and I am praying for you. Have you ever been betrayed by the very people you entrusted with your life and soul? Growing up in a devoutly Christian family, you would never expect the leader of the flock to be the one to rip away your innocence, but that is just what happened to the author as a 15-year-old girl. In Silent No More, she shares her first-hand account of the abuse, the aftermath, and her path to freedom. Her experiences seem unreal, unbelievable, and unfathomable - yet they are completely true. Writing to encourage other victims of sexual abuse to overcome their experiences, The Missionary illustrates the heartbreaking circumstances of her own abuse by her church pastor and how Jesus continues to heal her emotional and spiritual wounds. In addition to her own story, she includes advice aimed at helping others find restoration in God´s love:Advice on the transformation from victim to survivor Information about sexual abuse by members of clergy Resources for physical, emotional, and spiritual support You might feel alone and confused, but you are not. You will find freedom and release in the pages of this book as you discover how to be Silent No More. The Missionary is a woman who is passionate about health through speaking and living in truth as defined by the Holy Bible. She is a trailblazer in her outspoken advocacy for sexual abuse survivors, and her ability to reunite them with God. Professionally, she works in the healthcare industry. Personally, she is the mother of two sons. 1. Language: English. Narrator: The Missionary. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/127173/bk_acx0_127173_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
And the Angels Are Silent, by Yoseph Cohen Elran XVI. ´´Ezekiel went. Ezekiel is no longer here. Who can give me back the moment to change it? Those who can, allow me to give him one last hug and tell him how much I loved him. I´ve never said those words to him. But nothing can bring him back. A single moment. A touch. A liberating sigh just to get to the end of longing.´´ This is the story of Ezra, a child who tells the story of how his family, together with all the Jews of Baghdad, experienced riots and abuse, and the story of his younger brother, who was active in the Zionist underground. And the Angels Are Silent is a heroic chapter in the history of the Zionist struggle in the revival of the country. This fascinating, creative, and mesmerizing tale penetrates the individual soul and the souls of the nation and raises the question of divine intervention in human life. Please note: This audiobook is in Hebrew. 1. Hebrew. Liat Shnapp. http://samples.audible.de/bk/snic/000093/bk_snic_000093_sample.mp3.
This bundle contains sad topics that confront us with the harsh realities of our society. You might know someone who is in a relationship with someone who is emotionally abusive, or you might be in a relationship with someone like that yourself. Or perhaps you don’t know how to recognize it and are curious how you can recognize the signs. Whichever the reason, you have come to the right place.Since it is all over the media and the horrific stories echo through our empathetic ears, it is almost mandatory for any caring civilian in society to understand at least some basics when it comes to sexual abuse. The facts are out there, and it is really happening to people in secret and sometimes without hiding anything. In this book, you will learn to grasp the reality of this sad phenomenon in society. Some of us may have been through it, and others have seen it in other people’s homes. Domestic violence is a serious problem. The stats don’t lie, but they aren’t completely accurate either. They reveal the victims who speak up, but not the ones who stay silent. If you are wondering what is involved in domestic violence, what to do, and how to recognize it, then you’ve come to the right place. In one part of the book, there is a study with the specific issues that relate to suicidal tendencies. Causes and consequences come to light, and comparisons are made between countries, individuals, and triggers that influence a person in a depressive state to contemplate the unthinkable. Perhaps not as severe, but verbal abuse happens all the time. Whenever people are mean to each other, they are, in some small degree, abusing another with their words. It could be strangers, coworkers, bosses, your spouse, your parents, your boyfriend or girlfriend, or your friends. 1. Language: English. Narrator: JJ Hancock. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/137491/bk_acx0_137491_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Pathological mind games. Covert and overt put-downs. Triangulation. Gaslighting. Projection. These are the manipulative tactics survivors of malignant narcissists are unfortunately all too familiar with. As victims of silent crimes where the perpetrators are rarely held accountable, survivors of narcissistic abuse have lived in a war zone of epic proportions, enduring an abuse cycle of love-bombing and devaluation - psychological violence on steroids. From how to heal our addiction to the narcissist to how to recognize a covert narcissist, Shahida Arabi´s articles on narcissistic abuse have gained renown as some of the most accurate and in-depth depictions of this terrifying trauma, resonating with millions of survivors all over the world and receiving endorsements from numerous mental health professionals. In this essay compilation, listeners can enjoy some of her most popular articles as well as new thought pieces on narcissistic abuse: what therapists have to say about malignant narcissists and how children of narcissistic parents can become trapped in the trauma repetition cycle. Survivors are offered new insights on what it means to be both a survivor and a thriver of covert manipulation and trauma. Power teaches us that it is important to not only understand the tactics of toxic personalities but also to recognize and combat the effects of narcissistic abuse; it guides the survivor to learning, growing, healing and most importantly of all - owning their agency to rebuild their lives and transform their powerlessness into victory. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Julie McKay. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/030832/bk_adbl_030832_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Master´s Thesis from the year 2008 in the subject Sociology - Gender Studies, grade: B, University of Bradford (Centre for African Studies Peace Studies Department), course: Post Graduate in Peace Studies, language: English, abstract: Despite its responsibility to protect the citizens of the state, getting government to account, intervene, prevent and respond to the human rights violations including child sexual abuse is a critical challenge to NGOs, and CSOs who should be working in partnership with government to protect children from sexual abuse. This study seeks to explore these challenges in a post-conflict environment where civil authority and social structure have been destroyed and to suggest possible ways of improving the interventions, preventions and response strategies used by the government and NGOs within a culture context. Child sexual abuse is not a particular phenomenon to post?war Sierra Leone, but a common feature of most war-torn African countries. It is one of the most pervasive human rights challenges in post?war reconstruction and development. But the magnitude of the problem is often underestimated as most incidents of sexual abuse go unreported which is character of environments were the culture of silence is dominant. Although child sexual abuse predates civil wars, it is aggravated by breakdown of law and other created by the armed conflict which has physical, emotional and psychological effects on the child victims. Globally, child abuse is one of the most pervasive human rights challenges but not often given the desired attention it deserves. Where states fail to uphold their obligation to protect children from abuse, they remain ´´silent victims??. In conflict situations such as in DR Congo, Liberia and Ivory Coast, children are prone to systematic exploitation including sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA), rape, neglect, abduction and conscription. For example, the zeid investigations of SEA allegations levied against UN peacekeepers in DR congo concluded that of the 105 cases of SEA committed by peacekeepers who were mandated to protect the vulnerable population, 45% were against girls below 18 years. In 2002, similar allegations were also made against UN workers and peacekeepers in West Africa who were working with refugees and internally displaced women and children, a situation that brought the UN under disrepute. It is estimated that about 275 million children are potential victims of sexual violence. This may be an underestimation as most incidents of sexual violence go unreported.