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I’m Mickie Zada and I lived in abuse…for 34 years…from age 19 until I was 53. I believe we create our realities, and I chose to stay in a damaging relationship for so long because I thought it was my Calling. I was wrong. I changed me. I am now an enthusiastic participant in Life. “The words ‘I am’ are potent words; be careful what you hitch them to. The thing you’re claiming has a way of reaching back and claiming you.” A.L. Kitselman I am a strong woman, a fabulous woman, over 60 years old ...
 
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This week survivor Ari shares Part 1 of her story. *Content warning: This episode contains descriptions of emotional and physical violence, and Substance Use Disorder. ** Resources: The Domestic Violence Hotline offers free and confidential support, 24/7 at 1.800.799.SAFE (7233), text "START" to 88788 or chat with someone confidentially at https://…
 
This week we will hear Ashley Hall’s story -- told by her Mother Lucia, and her sister Jessa. Please note, due to the public nature of this story, real names will be used for this episode. *Content warning: This episode contains descriptions of psychological and physical violence, and murder. Join the Justice for Ashley - Stop Domestic Violence pub…
 
This week survivor Vanessa shares her story. Last week we heard from survivor Emily, Cody’s 2nd wife. This week we’ll learn the truth about Cody’s first marriage — when his two exes are brought together to uncover his lies. ** Resources: For free mental health resources, please visit SomethingWasWrong.com/Resources SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a c…
 
This week survivor Emily shares her story. A few years ago, Emily had just purchased her first home and was moving in with her husband, Cody, and soon to be son. She was thrilled to finally have their forever home to start planting roots and raise their growing family. Almost a year later, Emily’s life blew up when she found that her husband had st…
 
This week survivor Mia shares her story. Mia spent years hiding her sexuality because of religious shame. Even though she was married to man out of “obedience” to church teachings, he knew she was gay and they were able to have a good friendship. Mia thought she had met a kind, beautiful woman who she could relate to on every level but it took six …
 
This week, we hear the final half of Olivia’s story... ** Resources: For free mental health resources, please visit SomethingWasWrong.com/Resources SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, available in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substanc…
 
This week survivor Olivia shares her story. When Olivia met Janet, she felt she had met a second mother type figure. Janet made Olivia feel instantly understood, seen, and accepted but after over three years of this unique friendship, Olivia’s entire world fell apart when she discovered that Janet was entangled in a twisted and complicated dark web…
 
This week, Nadia shares her Aunt Beth's survivor story. In the 1970s, Beth was struck by a drunk driver and was thankfully saved with the help of her friends and a good samaritan named Bruce. Out of an overwhelming amount of gratitude to who she felt was her hero, Beth insisted on keeping in contact with Bruce but as her sister’s become fearful of …
 
This week, survivor Maribelle shares her story. Maribelle met her charming southern gentleman boyfriend, Hunter, on a dating website. As an OG Crime Junkie, when Maribelle noticed the red flags started to pop up, she put on her detective hat and discovered Hunter was a dangerous pathological liar and a soon to be stalker. ** Resources: For free men…
 
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, guest host Pamela Shelden interviews Pam Munter, author of Fading Fame: Women of a Certain Age in Hollywood. Their conversation explores Pam’s book and its themes of the systemic misogyny that has dominated Hollywood throughout its history. They also address how women on the screen, victimized in a varie…
 
This week survivor Angie shares her story. Angie married a man named Jeff who was very well-respected and well-liked in his community. Through financial and social dependency, Angie became entrapped in Jeff’s web of lies as his criminal activities led to a very public fall from grace. ** Resources: For free mental health resources, please visit Som…
 
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, guest host Kerri Holt speaks with Lizzy Hershberger and Molly Maeve Eagan to discuss their book Behind Blue Curtains, A True Crime Memoir of an Amish Woman’s Survival, Escape and Pursuit of Justice. Their conversation will explore Lizzy’s struggle to survive the abuse, support herself, marry and raise he…
 
This week survivor Emma shares her story. Emma met her future husband Drew through her oldest brother and after a series of toxic relationships, and finally thought she had found a safe place in Drew. He showered her with love and affections and all of her friends loved him but little did Emma know that this relationship was going to be the most tr…
 
On this episode of en(gender)ed, guest host Roman James interviews feminist lawyer, human rights activist, political philosopher, columnist and author, Rafia Zakaria about her newly released book, Against White Feminism, Notes on Disruption. Roman speaks with Rafia about the historic domination of the feminist lexicon by upper middle-class white wo…
 
This week survivor Ava shares her story. Ava met Eddie at a bar and was instantly intrigued by his cute New Zealand accent. After a courthouse wedding so Eddie could obtain his green card, Ava finds out that everything she thought was true about Eddie was not all it seemed. ** Resources: For free mental health resources, please visit SomethingWasWr…
 
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Dr. Karen WIlliams, a psychiatrist based in Australia, with an interest In PTSD and cPTSD , social justice and public health. Karen is the Founder of Doctors Against Violence Towards Women, a group of 700 plus doctors from across Australia and New Zealand committed to combating domestic abus…
 
This week survivor Megan shares her story. While in college, Megan’s close friend Anne passes away suddenly leaving her and their inner circle of friends totally shattered. In the midst of Megan’s grief, she meets Katie, who she believes to be another one of Anne’s friends but over the course of two weeks, they quickly realize this woman is not who…
 
On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, our guest is Roz Davidson, Director of The Positive Parenting Company Ltd and a National Consultant and Trainer in the UK implementing "CODA" a 12-week therapeutic program for women and children recovering from domestic abuse which focuses on providing skills to the Mother to support the child, and addre…
 
This week survivor Bailey shares her story. Bailey met “JD” while out at a bar with her friend. Following the advice of a little infamous dating help book, Bailey insisted JD pick her up for their first date which turned out to be a series of regrets that haunt her on a night she barely escaped with her life. ** Resources: For free mental health re…
 
Greetings Podcast listeners…I’m your host, Teri Yuan. You’ve probably been wondering why the podcast has been on pause for the past several months. Well, rather unexpectedly, I had to deal with some personal stuff and more importantly, members of the Engendered Collective rallied to organize and plan the first International Coercive Control Confere…
 
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