Perfect for this sacred Easter season, Joan Wester Anderson chats with Martha Trowbridge about Prayers, Angels, Answers. Wonderfully inspiring, this show is the latest contribution to Roman Catholic Contemplation at Martha Trowbridge Radio, LLC.
If someone you love suffers depression, what can you do to help him — and yourself? Join Life Coach Sallie Felton, whose radio show on this very matter debuts in January, as she demonstrates that, with strategies and techniques, there is Light At The End Of the Tunnel: When Someone You Love Suffers Depression.
PTSD sufferers, we are honored and blessed by this interview with Dr. Francine Shapiro. Originator and developer of EMDR, the highly effective treatment for trauma, Dr. Shapiro explains the cause and dynamics of PTSD [and other unresolved traumatic pain], and shares with us the workings of her acclaimed treatment model in Breaking Trauma’s Grip: The Powerful Treatment Of EMDR.
EMDR has been hailed by the American Psychiatric Association, The Department of Veterans Affairs and The Department of Defense — which in 2004 placed EMDR in their “A” category as “strongly recommended” for the treatment of trauma.
For one indelible moment, her face displays her pain. He hopes we won’t notice, but if we do, he hopes we attribute it to something else. He can hope all he wants. He can continue to promulgate falsehoods. We know the truth – she is Dr. Joan Lachkar’s High Functioning Woman who behind closed doors suffers Spousal Emotional Abuse.
Her stricken face is evidence.
Whether we know such a woman or not, she is our suffering sister, a woman experiencing emotional and mental agonies. Please, dear listeners, join me in support of her. Pray for her. She needs us, all of us. Do not let her status as a High-Functioning Woman fool you into thinking she does not. In her isolation, in witnessing to her sufferings, we are her life-line.
THE MARTHA TROWBRIDGE RADIO HOUR debuts with The Abuser Within: The Lifelong Effects Of Early Emotional Abuse, And What You Can Do To Stop Maltreating Yourself. With brilliant insight and genuine compassion, Dr. Frank Summers guides us to the roots of our contemporary emotional sufferings — and our often unnoticed self-abuse. ‘The Abuser Within’ is what he terms it — a villain very much alive within you that personifies and perpetuates the abuse you experienced, over and over, as a child and/or girl.