Tag Archives: violence

Recognising the signs of HATE CRIME with Devon & Cornwall Police – Hiblio TV

All crime is wrong, but acts of violence or hostility directed at people because of whom they are or who someone thinks they are is particularly corrosive. We talk Detective Superintendent Ken Lamont from Devon & Cornwall Police about hate crime, what it is, how to respond to it and it can be reported. Zero… Read More »

What Is Prostitution? Pt. 3 – Violence & Rape Culture

How do johns treat the women they buy? What is the nature of the sexual encounters? Who has the power and who doesn’t? Part 1: Part 2: Sources: John Quotes: Studies on Violence in Prostitution: Melissa Farley, Ann Cotton, Jacqueline Lynne, Sybille Zumbeck, Frida Spiwak, Maria E. Reyes, Dinorah Alvarez& Ufuk Sezgin, 2003, Prostitution &… Read More »

When is it Time to Leave a Bad Relationship?

When is it Time to Leave a Bad Relationship? Get a FREE consultation with Dr. Judy’s staff or speak with Dr. Judy personally. Visit our website here for more details. Our guest was a preacher from the south who encounters many couples who choose unwisely. There is no pat answer for when it’s time to… Read More »

DISORDER

(In an interview with director, Alice Winocour) Q: Your camera is “looking” at the male character in a very probing way. How did gender impact on your narrative and visual strategies? Alice Winocour: “I wanted to film Matthias Schoenaerts in a way to arouse desire, the same way men have been doing with women traditionally.… Read More »

Healing the Inner Scars of Domestic Violence Through Meditation

Double your impact today when you make a donation to help teach 50 domestic abuse survivors to meditate! Microsoft will match your gift one-to-one in the Give . Research has found the Transcendental Mediation® technique reduces symptoms of PTSD by up to 50%, insomnia by 42%, and is twice as effective . The most difficult… Read More »

The Invisible Wounds of War Pt. 2 – The Ring Of Fire

Increasingly we’re hearing reports of soldiers returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan and committing acts of violence against their spouses, girlfriends, or other people close to them. While the VA has been slow to diagnose these mental problems as post traumatic stress, the symptoms are clearly visible from these “invisible wounds.” Mike Papantonio of Air… Read More »

The Invisible Wounds of War Pt. 1 – The Ring Of Fire

Increasingly we’re hearing reports of soldiers returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan and committing acts of violence against their spouses, girlfriends, or other people close to them. While the VA has been slow to diagnose these mental problems as post traumatic stress, the symptoms are clearly visible from these “invisible wounds.” Mike Papantonio of Air… Read More »

Healing Trauma – Part 25 – Deconstruction Therapy

I have never been in a rage. I am very calm in life-threatening situations. I’ve been healing from PTSD from an abusive relationship which compounded on years of other abuse. I have experienced the full spectrum of physical and psychological pain. I am sensitive yet can mask pain. I gathered together some inanimate objects which… Read More »

Couples Communication

Helping people with PTSD anxiety depression and hyper vigilance cope. I am a combat veteran and my mission is to share what I have learned through this process. Veterans deserve more help in coming home from war. My hope is to help everyone that I can have a better life. Source: Youtube

Healing Trauma – Part 21 – Violence, Abuse & PTSD

This is the most difficult video I’ve made so far. It’s about a topic that many suffer in silence about. The effects of abuse and violence and some of the struggles of living with PTSD. I have wrapped myself in childhood comforting objects to soothe myself as I share some of my personal journey. I… Read More »