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 Joyce's Interview on Geraldo about Rihanna, Chris Brown and Domestic Violence. 

Why Do Women, Rich Or Poor Remain In Abusive Relationships?

Although many women have moved from the backroom to the boardroom, there are still inequities when it comes to their relationships. Along with the employment gains women have made, there are still remarkably high numbers of women, rich or poor who choose to remain in relationships where domestic violence is prevalent.

I was asked basically the same question by Geraldo Rivera. He posed it in relation to how I would counsel Rihana, a high-profile victim of domestic abuse inflicted upon her by her celebrity boyfriend, Chris Brown. Before I answer the question, let me share some statistics from my recently published book, “How To Get To The Palace From Your Prison: Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse” 


Estimates range from 960,000 incidents of violence against a current or former spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend per year, to three million women who are physically abused by their husband or boyfriend per year. Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex , or otherwise abused during her lifetime. Nearly one-third of American women (31 percent) report being physically or sexually abused by a husband or boyfriend at some point in their lives, according to a 1998 Commonwealth Fund survey. Women are seven to 14 times more likely than men to report suffering severe physical assaults from an intimate partner. The health-related costs of rape, physical assault, stalking, and homicide by intimate partners exceed five point eight billion dollars each year (CDC study). On average, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends in this country every day. In 2000, 1,247 women were killed by an intimate partner. The same year, 440 men were killed by an intimate partner.

In a nutshell, from my experience women, rich or poor, remain in abusive situations typically because of low self-esteem, fear, conditioning, exposure as a child to domestic or child abuse in the home, poverty or the inability to financially provide for themselves and their offspring.The key to solving the problem of domestic abuse is multifaceted. Providing housing, employment, and food will not make the problem go away. This is clearly evident in the fact that domestic abuse does not discriminate and is found all over the world regardless of income, race or class. Please note that domestic violence is also found among lesbian and gay couples.


The approach to solving domestic violence will take the cooperative effort of first of all the couple, who must acknowledge that there is a problem and they must be willing to seek help. If they chose to stay together, not only does the victim need help, but also the abuser, who often suffered abuse at the hands of a parent or someone in authority over them at some point in their life. It is said that it takes a village to raise a family. To end domestic violence we will need all the resources that a village can offer to come together and work side by side- family, relatives, friends, police, school, counseling agencies, the church, government and legislation to end this dysfunctional behavior that is eroding the fabric and stability of families and relationships all over the world. Let's put and end to domestic violence against men, women and children today! Any ideas on how we can get started? Let me hear from you.

© 2009 C. Joyce Farrar-Rosemon 
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Schwayna Raie, National Neo Gospel recording artist from Indianapolis shares with Joyce how she made the decision to step out on faith and launch the desires of her heart. Joyce, and her co-host Dr. Anita Davis DeFoe will explore with Schwayna how she overcame the headaches and heartaches that stood as road blocks to accomplishing her dreams. Listeners will gain insight on how to overcome the negative messages from the past, build self-esteem, partnerships, and secure mentors to launch their dreams. Questions about how to know whether your dreams are valid, have substance, and can make you money will be answered. Contact Info for Schawayna Raie: SchawaynaRaie@gmail.com www.SchawaynaRaie.com  "A Brand That Meets You With A Good First Impression" Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, MySpace and Tumblr.
By overwhelming demand, “A Woman’s Guide to Soulful Living: 7 Keys to Life and Work Success" author, Anita Davis DeFoe, Ph.D. will return as Joyce’s special guest on Inspirational Voices Radio Show on Sunday, November 7, 2010 at 5pm EST. Also, A. Renee Davis, Ph.D. candidate, special call-in guest, will share her pearls of wisdom as to how to obtain financial freedom. Dr. Davis will discuss the following statistics that were uncovered in an article written by Terry Savage, A Sun-Times Columnist. It’s entitled, “Harsh Statistics Should Propel Women To Plan Ahead.” The article states the following: “Women live longer, earn less, have fewer retirement assets, and suffer longer periods of debilitating illness in their old age. Many financial problems faced by women are created by divorce. Women make up 75 percent of the elderly poor today. Perhaps that's because one of every two women over 65 is divorced or widowed. Another shocking statistic from the General Accounting Office is: 80 percent of women living in poverty were not poor before their husbands died. These women come from a generation that was not encouraged to learn about financial issues, and they had little opportunity to create economic independence.” Education, redirection, and a refocus on women’s empowerment are vitally needed. Dr. Davis will focus on how to eliminate the disparities between males and females, educated and uneducated women. She will explore how our self-image affects our ability to experience financial and emotional freedom. She will offer solutions to how women can balance the challenges of romance, marriage, children, career, healthy living, interpersonal relationships, and experience joy in their lives. Join us on November 7, 2010 at 5pm EST and help us come up with some solutions to this national tragedy! Listen live or through chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices. To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292.
“Still Standing" author, Leila Owens, will be Joyce’s special guest on Inspirational Voices Radio Show on Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 5pm EST. Ms. Owens will discuss her newest release which explores her personal account of triumph over abuse, prostitution, crack cocaine, and single parenthood. Research shows that one million women and girls work as prostitutes in the United States. 500,000 to 1.2 million children are involved in child prostitution. There are at least 300,000 male prostitutes under age 16. Those who survive their ordeal are often left with permanent injuries including but not limited to: • Emotional or psychological disorders • Sexual dysfunction • STD’s (most commonly Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, and HIV) • Infection from untreated wounds • Forced Sterilization / Infertility • Torn/ruptured vaginal and anal walls • Broken bones • Internal bleeding • Damaged organs Join us on October 17, 2010 at 5pm EST and help come up with some solutions to this national tragedy! Listen live or through chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices. To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292.
“A Woman’s Guide to Soulful Living: Seven Keys to Life and Work Success" author, Anita Davis DeFoe, Ph.D. will be Joyce’s special guest on Inspirational Voices Radio Show on Sunday, October 3, 2010 at 5pm EST. Dr. Davis will discuss the following statistics that were uncovered in an article written by Terry Savage, A Sun-Times Columnist. It’s entitled, “Harsh Statistics Should Propel Women To Plan Ahead.” The article states the following: “Women live longer, earn less, have fewer retirement assets, and suffer longer periods of debilitating illness in their old age. Many financial problems faced by women are created by divorce. Women make up 75 percent of the elderly poor today. Perhaps that's because one of every two women over 65 is divorced or widowed. Another shocking statistic from the General Accounting Office is: 80 percent of women living in poverty were not poor before their husbands died. These women come from a generation that was not encouraged to learn about financial issues, and they had little opportunity to create economic independence.” Education, redirection, and a refocus on women’s empowerment are vitally needed. Dr. Davis will focus on how to eliminate the disparities between males and females, and educated and uneducated women. She will explore how our self-image affects our ability to experience financial and emotional freedom. She will offer solutions to how women can balance the challenges of romance, marriage, children, career, healthy living, interpersonal relationships, and experience joy in their lives. Join us on October 3, 2010 at 5pm EST and help us come up with some solutions to this national tragedy! Listen live or through chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices. To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292.
“You Said You Loved Me" author, Kelli Bolton, will be Joyce’s special guest on Inspirational Voices Radio Show on Sunday, September 19, 2010 at 5pm EST. Ms. Bolton will discuss her newest release which explores the crisis of domestic violence among teens. Her book is realistic Christian fiction and offers remedies for this dilemma. 10 Facts About Teen Dating Violence and Abuse Statistics will be discussed. Girls as young as eleven report incidents of violence and abuse in Relationships by Linda Lowen, from www.womensissues.com. Ms. Lowen explains that unhealthy relationship behaviors often start early and lead to a lifetime of abuse. That's according to Choose Respect, a national initiative to help adolescents and young teens age 11-14 form healthy relationships to prevent dating abuse. Every student, parent and teacher needs to be aware of the prevalence of teen dating violence in the US. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that one in eleven adolescents is a victim of physical dating violence. These and other statistics will be discussed in detail. Listen live or through chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices. To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292.
In the U. S. eight out ten women will retire in poverty. Tune in to find out why almost twice as many African American women as compared to Caucasian women in the U.S. will retire in poverty regardless of educational background. Inspirational Voices Radio Show host, C. “Joyce” Farrar-Rosemon will interview special guest, Anita Renee Johnson, MS, Taxation, PhD candidate in Finance and explore this phenomenon. She will discuss ways that you can avoid becoming a statistic. Listen live or through chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices to hear answers to these questions. To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292.
In the U. S. eight out ten women will retire in poverty. Tune in to find out why almost twice as many African American women as compared to Caucasian women in the U.S. will retire in poverty regardless of educational background. Inspirational Voices Radio Show host, C. “Joyce” Farrar-Rosemon will interview special guest, Anita Renee Johnson, MS, Taxation, PhD candidate in Finance and explore this phenomenon. She will discuss ways that you can avoid becoming a statistic. Listen live or through chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices to hear answers to these questions. To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292.
Today is the finale of our 14-Step Series. Inspirational Voices Radio Show host, C. Joyce Farrar-Rosemon will explore in detail the rewards that come when others see us sweat. What are the rewards when we let the world see our weaknesses, our Kryptonite? What possible gains can there be when we let our abusers who may have wanted us dead, see us sweat when we expose our hurts? How can we receive a 100-fold return by letting others see us sweat? Listen live or through chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices to hear answers to these questions. To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292.
Step 13 defies worldly logic by suggesting that you should let your enemies see you sweat. This discussion will go against the grain of contemporary thinking by explaining how letting your enemies see you sweat can give you the victory in life. It may sound like an oxymoron, but letting your enemies see you sweat will allow you to sleep peacefully at night and make you the head and not the tail! Inspirational Voices' free online webinar will focus on Step 13, “Reconciliation”, from Joyce’s book, "How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse!" Listen live or through chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292.
Inspirational Voices' free online webinar will focus on Step 12, “Staying Calm in the Storm”, from Joyce’s book, "How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse!" How do you stay calm in the storm? How can we develop the ability to remain calm or even sleep at night during the storms that we continue to encounter in life? How do we handle depression when we are on the top? Should you let your enemies see you sweat? Listen and you will get advice on the pros and cons, even if you aren’t a celebrity, or on the top of your game. Your day is coming! The show will air on Inspirational Voices, Sunday, June 27, 2010, 5pm EST. Listen live and/or chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292. To preview, prepare for the webinar, and download the book for $3.95 go to www.lulu.com/content/1852847
Inspirational Voices' free online webinar will focus on Step 11, from Joyce’s book, "How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse!" Step 11 deals with, "Releasing the Pain of the Past". Have you had your Red Sea experience? Doors have been opened to you, you seemed to be on top of the world, but every so often your past still haunts you? If so, listen in and discover how you can leave the past behind and become the new you! The show will air this Sunday, June 6, 2010 at 5pm EST on Inspirational Voices. Listen live and/or chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices. To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292. To preview and download the book for $3.95 go to www.lulu.com/content/1852847
Now is the time to celebrate- your Red Sea is about to open up! Inspirational Voices' free online webinar will focus on Step 10, from Joyce’s book, "How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse!" Step 10 deals with, "Celebrating Your Victories". Listen in and discover how you can turn your tragedies into triumphs! The show will air live this Sunday, May 22, 2010 at 5pm EST on Inspirational Voices. Listen live and/or chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292. To preview and download the book for $3.95 go to www.lulu.com/content/1852847
Let’s face it- many of us want to be the Head and not the Tail. If not, many of us secretly want our 15 minutes of fame. But who wants the fame and acclaim, only to end up broke, penniless, disgraced and the bunt of everyone’s joke? Inspirational Voices' free online webinar today will focus on Step 9, from Joyce’s book, How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse! Step 9 deals with, Success & The Paparazzi- Can You Handle The Lights? Why is it that many sport celebrities, entertainers, politicians, ministers, and others can’t handle the fame and acclaim of the lights? Why do many end up broke, penniless, in sex scandals,in prison, addicted to drugs, alcohol, plastic surgery, etc.? What can we learn from their mistakes that will help us to handle the lights? Our goal and primary focus is to find solutions so that we can empower individuals to fulfill their destinies. Make sure you have a paper and pen so that you can write down helpful advice that will make you a winner and not a fallen star! Tresa Smith-Cullins, domestic abuse overcomer and the author of the book, “From Shame to Silence, to Solace in the Lord” will co-host the show.
Inspirational Voices' free online webinar today will focus on Step 8, from the book, How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse! Step 8 deals with, Vindication or Revenge- how can you find justice in a world that seems unjust? My special guest today is Traci Davis (www.TanYerHide.com) from the great state of Texas. She will share from her life how she was able to overcome situations in her life that were definitely unfair, unjust, demoralizing and abusive. Traci will share how she got even and was able to go and have a fulfilling life free of anxiety and pain. Ms. Davis is the co-author of the book, “The Momma Guide”, which provides everyday practical advice for mommas everywhere. The Momma Guide addresses topics are far-ranging as birth, health problems, depression, divorce, death, and everything in between. An excerpt from her website, www.TheMommaGuide.com reads: The most successful people have the best stories. Do you think you would know who Sea Biscuit was if he did not have a Story? No! Well, my story isn't over yet! In my short 38 years on this earth, I have had some great success and some great failures. But with all I have learned from it and continue to learn every day. God challenges me everyday to become a better person. I am a fighter, I hold tough and do not quit! I have gone through many hard times in my life and I keep going. Listen live today, April 18, 2010 at 5pm EST.
Joyce and her special guest, Stan Popovich will discuss how do you handle depression, low self-esteem, insomnia, and feelings of worthlessness. The following questions will be explored: How do you stay sane when your fiancé decides to marry another woman? What do you do when your boss tells you weeks before retirement that the company has filed for bankruptcy? Should you divorce a wife who is pregnant by another man? What happens when the doctor says you have the big “C” or that your HIV test comes back positive? What do you do when the promotion you have been waiting for is given to someone who is less deserving? These are some of the questions that Joyce, Stan and her listeners will attempt to answer and come up with some viable and practical solutions.
We live in a time when sex is flaunted in the media, newspapers, videos, movies, television and used to sell all types of items, win elections, seal deals, secure job promotions, etc. Is it realistic to expect teens, singles, single parents, or married couples to abstain or remain faithful to their partners? How do we handle the sexual part of our being and maintain a sense of wholeness, joy, and peace of mind? What do you do when you are still waiting for Mr. Right after several years of celibacy and he is not to be found? Should you remain faithful to a mate that is frigid or impotent? How can celebrities shield themselves from infidelity? When does dating end and commitment start? Are we capable of truly being monogamous? These are some of the many questions Joyce will explore from Step 6 of her book, How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse! The book can be downloaded at http://www.lulu.com/content/1852847 The show will air live this Sunday, March 21, 2010 at 5pm EST on Inspirational Voices. Listen live online and/or chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices To share your inspirational voice or message, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292
How do you survive in a world that questions the relevancy of religion? Is the business of religion interfering with your ability to see God? Teresa Myers, author of “Persecuted Saints: within the church walls”, shares her experiences as a believer who was humiliated, horrified, persecuted, rejected, crucified and finally kicked out of a church she and her family had grown to love. Listen to her story of how she stayed the course and remains a strong advocate and believer in the relevancy of the church in spite of its imperfection. Teri can be reached through her website, http://www.terimyers.com
Should you forgive a Hitler, an Ide Amin, a Jeffrey Dalmer, slave masters, rapists, murderers, molesters, Sadam Hussein, and others who have committed unconscionable acts? Is forgiveness the right thing to do? How do you humanly forgive someone who has perpetrated inhumane acts? Who, if anyone really benefits? This free online webinar will focus on, “Forgiving Your Abusers”. Questions about the pros and cons of forgiving will be answered. Step 4, “Forgiving Your Abusers”, from my book, How to Get to the Palace From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse will be used as the text. The book can be downloaded at http://www.lulu.com/content/1852847 Laurie Smith, the Canada Regional Director for Dreamcatchers for Abused Children, will be my special guest. Ms Smith is a sexual and physical abuse survivor at the hands of her parents. She will share vignettes from her life and weigh in on this topic. Ms. Smith’s mission is to help perish a child's nightmare of physical and sexual abuse. She states in the comments section of her online radio blog talk show description, “Laurie Smith”, (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/laurie-smith) that “for every minute we waste being negative, that many more men, women and children will suffer human rights abuses because we were not focused on looking forward to positive changes within the justice system and within our own behavior. The show will air live on Sunday, February 21, 2010 at 5pm EST on Inspirational Voices. Listen live and/or chat at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspirationalvoices To share your inspirational voice, the call-in number is (347) 996-3292
Online webinar will focus on ways that we can defeat generational dysfunctional behavior, i.e., behavioral patterns that foster poverty, alcoholism, drug and chemical addiction, incest, rape, neglect, abuse, depression, destructive and drama-filled relationships etc. We will discuss Step 3, Defeating Dysfunctional Behavior, from my book, How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse! The book can be downloaded at http://www.lulu.com/content/1852847 Laurie Smith, the Canada Regional Director for Dreamcatchers For Abused Children, will be my special guest. Ms Smith is a sexual and physical abuse survivor at the hands of her parents. Her mission is to help perish a child's nightmare of physical and sexual abuse. She states in the comments section of her online radio blog talk show description, “Laurie Smith”, (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/laurie-smith) that “for every minute we waste being negative, that many more men, women and children will suffer human rights abuses because we were not focused on looking forward to positive changes within the justice system and within our own hearts. It starts with me and it starts with you.”
Have you ever had a dream that you felt had nothing to do with what you ate the night before? A dream you questioned whether God was speaking to you like he spoke to Joseph? Have you ever had a glimpse of the future or a déjà vu experience? Joyce will discuss how some dreams and visions are divinely ordained and serve as guideposts to get us from our pits to our palaces. The online class will discuss how to interpret the meaning of our dreams and how they foretell future events. Write down your dreams and come prepared to share them with our listening audience. Listeners should read “Step 2, Understanding Your Dreams and Visions, from the book, How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Joseph’s 14-Step Program to Overcome Loneliness, Depression, Discrimination, Barrenness, & Abuse!” (Copies can be downloaded at http://www.lulu.com/content/1852847 for $3.95.)
Joyce will continue the discussion about the connection between abuse, depression, low self esteem, and co-dependent behavior. She will explore the magnetic quality that binds co-dependent persons to their abusers. The book, How to Get to the Palace, From Your Prison, Step 1, will be used as the reference text. Listeners can download a copy of the book prior to the online seminar at http://www.lulu.com/content/1852847 for $3.95.
Every 9 seconds a woman is battered in the USA. On average, more than 3 women and 1 man are murdered by their intimate partners in this country every day. Joyce discusses how to spot the Top 10 Signs of an abusive person before you say "I do" with Tresa Smith-Cullins, abuse survivor and author of From Shame to Silence to Solace in the Lord. To order Tresa's book email her at fromststs@gmail.com or you may call her directly at 404-663-7626. To order a copy of Joyce's book click on the book link above. For autographed copies or to download a copy go to http://www.lulu.com/content/1852847.
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 Women's Support and Networking Speakers' GroupŠ  

Women’s Support and Networking Speakers’ Group© is an online forum established to promote workshops designed to empower and support women. Our mission is to use our collective talents at writing, speaking, and motivating to organize, plan and promote for our members speaking engagements, book fairs, conferences, retreats, support groups, etc. Budding and established authors, poets, and playwrights who want to present their writings and receive support and feedback are welcome. Motivational speakers, new and seasoned, are particularly welcome to join and support our goal of  empowering women through workshops, the printed word, one-on-one coaching, and mentoring. Writing suggestions, articles, and conferences will be shared among members. Click now to join us now! Help contribute to other writers' success, make your writing a best seller, network, mentor, advertise, and/or promote your workshop with other like-minded successful women.

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