Engaging conversation on relevant topics, real life stories, and encouraging survivors on the journey of healing from sexual abuse.
Special Guest: Tiffany Bluhm, author of the soon to be released book "Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell The Truth And How Everyone Can Speak Up"
Real Men Respect Women
Special Guest: Shan Foster, former NBA player and Vanderbilt University's all-time leading scorer, now the Co-Founder and CEO of Fostering Healthy Solutions, LLC where he cultivates healthy solutions to diversity issues through education, training, and execution. Shan also serves as Executive Director of AMEND Together & Vice President of External Affairs at YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee where he equips men and boys to serve as advocates for gender violence prevention and cultural change.
The Secrets of my Mother
Special guest: Janitta Nichols, author of “The Secrets of my Mother: Breaking Free from Generational Curses and Trauma” a novel based on her survivor story. janittanichols.com
Shape of a Woman
Survivor Advocate and Author, Jen Elizabeth, shares her powerful story and discusses all the things from sexual abuse in a cult, shame, the mother wound, addiction, recovery and survivor-leader advocacy.
A meaningful conversation with dear friend Julia Pickerell, incoming senior pastor of Vineyard Columbus, about grief, joy, lament, hope, remembering what's been and looking ahead to what's to come and how to incorporate contemplative exercises into our healing journey.
His Survivor Story
Special friend and guest Joshua Miller, singer/songwriter and worship pastor, shares his story and healing journey as a male survivor of child sexual abuse, the good, the bad, the hills and the valleys and what he has learned and who has helped along the way. iamonevoice.org
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A gift from God
I've gotten to know Nicole Bromley well over the past few years, and I feel 100% confident in saying that she is exactly the same person on-stage as she is off-stage. Nicole leads and speaks with vulnerability, strength, and courage. Her words are a beacon of hope and light in a world full of brokenness and injustice. As a survivor, Nicole gives me hope fo rmy own healing journey and reminds me that even when things are hard, I am not alone, and this is not the end. Some of her podcast episodes have even prepared me for obstacles that I didn't know that I was going to face but eventually had to deal with. She speaks with a realness and transparency that our world is desperately lacking, and her voice has been incredible instrumental in my own healing. Nicole and her podcast continually remind me that God is good and faithful, it's good and healthy to have feelings, my abuse was not my fault, and healing IS possible. Listen to Nicole's podcast. She embodies wisdom and speaks all the truth that I never knew I needed to hear.
Great and Much-Needed
An important podcast bringing a voice to those hurt by sexual abuse and exploitation.
The REAL deal.
Nicole and Mary are honest and vulnerable in their own journey's and bring to light some beautiful examples of healing and what is possible through finding your voice and taking each step on the healing journey. They touch on topics that so many survivors need to hear. They get under the surface of the tough stuff which makes so many feel less alone. They speak to the hearts of survivors on any and all steps/phases of their journey. They talk openly about Faith, The Power Of Forgiveness and How God Has His Hand On Each Of Our Individual Journey's. This can be so comforting for some. As a survivor who began my journey many years ago (close to 13 now), being able to relate to so much of this and be inspired and encouraged in my adult life now working as an advocate for Child Victims and their Families, is so awesome. So many of the topics are exactly what so many of us need to hear in certain seasons of the journey (The Most recent Episode #24 on Joy is so aligned with where I'm at and what I'm trying to focus on). Nicole and Mary remind us that Healing Is Not Linear and It's okay as successful adults (like in my own situation) to still have things we face from our past. Nicole and Mary in their own way give us Hope that this Journey will continue to be worth it. Nicole and Mary are honest and bring Humor into the conversation when they can which speaks to the inner child and the longing for the freedom laughter can bring for many of us. We all need laughter and a little help to get by from our friends, and that is the feeling you get when you listen to this Podcast (That you are listening to friends talk about the real things survivors face, no limits, and with the care and compassion a friend would have for you, Nicole and Mary give you that here). Through the podcast they always remind us that we are all in this together. Nicole and Mary paint a beautiful mosaic of this in their vulnerability, in the way they share their experiences and hearts with the world and the way they use their voices through this podcast to show survivors they truly care and that Survivors are NOT ALONE, wherever they are on the Journey, Nicole and Mary will meet them there. I highly recommend this for any survivor along any step of the journey and anyone at all who knows, loves, or wants to support a survivor in their life. This podcast is for anyone who wants a first hand look into a survivors Journey, what survivors face and how you can help. This podcast is for Survivors Anywhere and Everywhere; listening will for sure help you feel less alone, to learn that you are loved and cherished every step of the way as you should be.