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Narcissist Apocalypse is an empowering and informative storytelling podcast that amplifies the voices of those who have experienced narcissistic abuse, coercive control, emotional abuse, domestic violence, and relationship trauma. Narcissist Apocalypse validates, educates, supports, and helps abuse survivors discover themselves. Through listening to Narcissist Apocalypse, you will gain valuable insights and understanding on topics ranging from 'Why do victims stay?' to 'What is narcissism?' ...
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A podcast from the SVRI, the Sexual Violence Research Initiative. Our vision is to see a world free of violence against women and violence against children. Hear from expert guests as we discover how to make that vision a reality. Donate here: http://svri.org/content/donate-0
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Moderate Fantasy Violence

Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball

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Welcome to Moderate Fantasy Violence, a fortnightly podcast about pop culture and the world around it, as discussed by Nick Bryan and Alastair JR Ball. Nick will probably launch into a tangent about comics, Alastair will likely go for politics. Both are equally worthwhile.
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Welcome to RESOLVing Violence. A podcast that delves deep into the heart of creating safer communities. Join us as we explore the vital work of RESOLVE Saskatchewan, a key component of the prairie-based research network dedicated to ending violence, particularly among girls and women. Our podcast uncovers the impactful research, strategies, and collaborations that drive the mission to eliminate violence. From thought-provoking discussions to insightful stories, we're your guide to understand ...
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About Violence is a podcast that focuses on real-world experiences with friends and special guests about the positives and negatives of violence and what you can do about it. You are going to discover that there is a lot you can do to prepare and save lives if you open your mind and explore what you can do to get ready. The goal is to inspire you to protect and preserve human life.
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A Tradition of Violence

A Tradition of Violence

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A Tradition of Violence is a podcast about deputy gangs that operate within the LA County Sheriff’s Department. Host Cerise Castle wrote the history of deputy gangs in LA for Knock LA, exposing their 50-year reign of terror and murder.
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Un an après le début du mouvement des gilets jaunes, cette création sonore raconte la radicalisation d’une jeune femme en réaction à la répression policière. “Légitime Violence", les raisons de la colère, est une fiction documentaire réalisée par Sarah Lefèvre, Pierre Chaffanjon, Charlie Dupiot et Ivan Vronsky. Première production du label Convergence.
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This podcast is intended to create awareness about violence prevention. We are a non for profit organization that addresses violence in all its forms against all persons. We welcome all and just want to continue show our support and continue to advocate for violence prevention.
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This bilingual series of podcasts features primarily educational narratives that deal with the different forms of family / domestic / conjugal / intimate partner violence mostly against women, but can also apply to males and two-spirited folks who can use some help in determining whether what they are experiencing is indeed violence, in any form. Upcoming episodes for Season 2 will include : 1) One Indigenous woman's sharing of her personal story of trauma, resilience, and perseverance in th ...
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Silence Is Violence features awesome new music, interviews and live sessions. Join us as we debate the big topics in the music industry with plenty of light hearted banter. We love local music!
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To the school board and faculty of Highland High School, I would like to discuss the safety of our students in schools. Cover art photo provided by Bia Andrade on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@biawashere
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Domestic Violence & Me

Domestic Violence & Me

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A Christian woman speaking about Domestic Abuse in support of people of ANY gender, ANY religion and ANY walk of life. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marilyn0/support
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Created for 2022's 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based violence campaign, Activate aims to bring you up-to-date and intersectional views on gender-based violence and domestic abuse. Our guests are a mix of survivors and professionals working in the field of gender-based violence, and each has an important message about how we can unite to end gender-based violence for good. Bring an open mind and prepare to be inspired to carry out some easy activism yourself!
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This Podcast Series is part of Noria’s Mexico and Central America Program, and belongs to our "Violence Takes Place" project. We are delighted to present a set of conversations on gender, geography, and violence against women in rural Mexico and Central America. Six episodes with the leading women working on violence in the region: researchers, journalists, activists. Discover their work, their newest books, and their ongoing investigative projects.
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Hello I'm a domestic violence Survivor , I was chocked hospitalized and realsed to the streets . Years later that inspired me to create the butterfly effect project fi provide peer-to-peer support and guide women to resources in the area. I am hoping to open a nonprofit organization and Safe House for domestic violence victims and survivors. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/makayla073/support
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In today's episode of Resolving Violence we're joined by Keira Stockdale, an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and Health Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. Keira's vast expertise in clinical, correctional, forensic, and police psychology sets the stage for an enlightening discussion on her groundbreaking research collabor…
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In this episode of Narcissist Apocalypse, Abigail tells her story of being raised by a psychologically and physically abusive father. Abigail's father needed to be the center of attention for everything, and if he wasn't, everyone in her family faced the consequences. Abigail's story isn't just a story of being abused, but it's also a story of seei…
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We're covering two separate ends of the movie spectrum this fortnight, with thoughtful current Oscar-contending movie American Fiction (15:40) on one side, and last year's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem (29:38) on the other. Fuller shownotes at ModerateFantasyViolence.comOleh Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball
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What works and what doesn’t in reducing violence driven by gender inequality? While many teams around the world search for the perfect intervention methods to address this pervasive issue, finding out whether those interventions actually work is extremely difficult. In this episode we discuss the effectiveness and drawbacks of complex evaluation me…
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In this episode of Narcissist Apocalypse Q&A, Dr. Ryan Sultan unpacks the complexities and nuances of trauma and its therapies. Dr. Sultan explores how cutting-edge therapies are revolutionizing the way we approach healing. He demystifies the scientific intricacies behind treatments like EMDR, a fascinating neurological approach for addressing trau…
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In today's episode of Resolving Violence, we had the privilege of speaking with Dr. Jaris Swidrowich, an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto's Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and a trailblazer in Indigenous health and LGBTQ+ healthcare. Dr. Swidrowich's delves into the complexities of vaccine hesitancy among Indigenous populations in Ca…
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In this episode of Narcissist Apocalypse, Carmella recounts how she found unexpected support from an engaged man during a personal crisis. Their friendship blossomed into romance, and then a pressured proposal, highlighting the struggle of reconciling the whirlwind of emotions with societal expectations and personal apprehension. As we further diss…
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Join me, your host Brandon Chadwick, as I sit down with the esteemed Dr. Christine Marie Cocchiola to unpack the complex issue of coercive control within intimate relationships. By using the unsettling coercive control allegations by Olya Sharypova against tennis star Alexander Zverev as our backdrop, we navigate the crucial shift in terminology fr…
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In this episode of the Resolving Violence Podcast, our guests Dr. Holly Graham and Doreen Waskewitch delve into the transformative work of the nehiyaw wicihitwin (Cree helping Cree) program, centered on addressing violence and abuse within Indigenous communities. Dr. Graham, an associate professor with extensive experience in Indigenous health and …
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In this week's abuse survivor story, Johana discusses her three year abusive relationship. Like many narcissistic abuse survivor stories, it all started with love bombing. And once the love bombing was complete, Johana's abuser had complete control as the truth teller in her world. From there, Johana's abuser started to weaponize his culture, and h…
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In this episode of Narcissist Apocalypse Q&A, Brandon discusses the complexities of seeking validation from an abuser and how this can trap abuse victims in a never-ending cycle of mistreatment. Plus, Brandon discusses the top 8 ways in which validation can help in the healing of narcissistic abuse, domestic violence, and coercive control. If you w…
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Welcome back to another insightful episode of the Resolving Violence Podcast! Today, we had the immense privilege of sitting down with the brilliant Dr. Lise Milne, Associate Professor at the University of Regina and the powerhouse behind groundbreaking research in child welfare and intimate partner violence. In this episode, Dr. Milne takes us on …
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In this survivor story, Parker returns to our show, inviting us into the heart-wrenching labyrinth of her past entanglement with emotional abuse. Her story unravels the complexities of a marriage that began with love-bombing and spiraled into a chilling reality marked by financial manipulation and psychological control. Surrounding Parker's abusive…
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In this episode, Brandon breaks down five types of narcissistic abuse manipulation tactics that exhaust you and why they employ them. If you are in a relationship with a narcissistic abuser, then you know that it can be both mentally/physically exhausting and can leave you feeling drained and depleted. We discuss fear based manipulation tactics, do…
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In the latest episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, we are joined by historian and PhD candidate, Candice Klein. Join the conversation as we delve into her groundbreaking research, "If My Wife Had Been Home, This Would Never Have Happened: Incest in Saskatchewan, 1901 to 1931." Through her extensive study, Candice explores the intricate factor…
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To shift the balance of power and control, to end violence driven by gender inequality, we need deep systemic change. Creating just and inclusive systems for change requires more funding for research - and that funding needs to support the communities at the frontline of violence. In this episode we learn about global collaborative Co-Impact’s radi…
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In this survivor story, Blanche shares her scary story of narcissistic abuse and stalking. Blanche began dating her abuser when she was 19 years old and feeling vulnerable. Her abuser swept in and at first made Blanche special, but he quickly became jealous and controlling. As soon as the abuse began, things moved so fast that Blanche didn't have t…
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In this episode, Brandon discusses the protective output of perfectionism, which is a protective trauma response with real health consequences. He dives into the creation of perfectionism, the three main types, dysregulation, and coping. Also, Brandon discusses how society has contributed to perfectionism as a whole and how we must figure out how t…
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Dans cet épisode, je parlerai du réseau des Centres d'aide aux victimes d'actes criminels (CAVAC) que l'on peut joindre au 1 866 LECAVAC (ou 1 866 532 2822) et en ligne à cavac.qc.ca. Au nombre de 17 au Québec, ces organismes à but non lucratif vous donnent accès à des professionnels formés à l'intervention. Ils sont répartis dans toutes les région…
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In this episode, I will be discussing the Crime Victims Assistance Centres (CAVAC) Network that can be reached at 1 866 LECAVAC (or 1 866 532 2822) & online at cavac.qc.ca. There are 17 centres throughout Quebec, and these non-profit organizations give you access to professionals trained in intervention. They are located throughout every region of …
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Dans cet épisode, je discuterai de la façon dont vous pouvez reprendre le contrôle de votre vie si vous êtes victime de violence de la part d'un partenaire intime. Ces stratégies peuvent vous être très utiles pour savoir ce qui se passe exactement lorsque vous vous retrouvez dans un tourbillon d'événements et de manipulations, et lorsque vous avez …
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In this episode, I will be discussing how you can take back control over your life, should you be experiencing intimate partner violence. These strategies may be very helpful for you to know what exactly is involved when you find yourself in a whirlwind of events and manipulations, and when you feel or believe you have little to no control over the…
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On this episode of the Resolving Violence podcast, our special guest is Carrie Buchanan, Associate Professor and Psychology Department Head at St. Thomas More College. Carrie leads a research team focused on developing educational programs for preventing gender-based violence on campus. In today's discussion, she shares the challenges encountered w…
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Zoey opens up about the toxic and abusive relationships that spanned her life—from the physical and emotional abuse instigated by her mother to the controlling narcissistic partner who perpetuated the cycle of abuse. Zoey was stuck between two abusers, and it was confusing, as each of them used kernels of truth to keep Zoey from creating a life fre…
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Robyn grew up with a controlling narcissistic mother, but to Robyn, this was normal. However, as Robyn got older, she started to see that something wasn't right, and that she wasn't the terrible person her mother made her out to be. It's a story of intergenerational trauma, narcissistic abuse, impossible expectations, emotional abuse, putdowns, dom…
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Hans grew up yearning for the love of his absent father while simultaneously being bullied in school. The one thing he wanted most in life was to feel accepted and to be a good dad. And that acceptance came from his future wife, who accepted Hans like no one had before. But unfortunately for Hans, his future wife would build a family with him, know…
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Join us on Narcissist Apocalypse Q&A, as we unravel the complex abuse manipulation tactic known as plausible deniability. Through a thoughtful examination of its origins, we illustrate how abusers meticulously plan their actions to maintain deniability and avoid accountability. Explore the intricacies of plausible deniability, where the abuser's po…
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Dans cet épisode, je parlerai du Guide d'autodéfense technologique pour les victimes de la violence des partenaires intimes afin d'aider les auditeurs à connaître les outils, les formes et les signes à rechercher lorsqu'elles pensent ou croient qu'elles-mêmes, ou une personne qu'elles connaissent, sont ciblés par l'utilisation de la technologie.…
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Cet épisode traite de la violence entre partenaires intimes et de la manière dont elle peut constituer une forme de violence psychologique pendant l'enfance, ainsi que de ce que les enfants comprennent à ce sujet, des conséquences de la VPI sur les enfants et de ce que nous pouvons faire pour les aider. Ensuite, j'aborde les 4 cibles de la violence…
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Intimate partner violence (IPV) takes many shapes. While all forms of IPV contribute to the hold that a partner has over the other and that they all have significant consequences on the victim, not all are recognized in the criminal code of Canada. Stereotypical images of criminal violence, as it is depicted in movies and the very numerous “CSI” se…
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Dans cet épisode, j'examinerai les 14 infractions pénales dans le contexte de la violence familial, qui ne sont pas toujours faciles à identifier pour la victime. Si vous avez subi l'une ou l'autre de ces manifestations de violence, vous avez le droit de le signaler aux autorités policières afin qu'une plainte soit portée. Il n'y a pas de limite de…
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Cara broke up with her abuser after seeing too many red flags. However, during a period of loneliness, Cara's abuser was able to finagle his way back into her life, only to wreak havoc once inside. It's a story of abuse cycles, physical abuse, suicide threats, trauma bonds, intergenerational trauma, isolation, embarrassment, shame, rages, smearing,…
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