New Life Live: April 2, 2015

Topics: Difficult ConversationsPhysical AbuseSexual AbuseMother IssuesSexual Integrity 
Hosts: Dr. Jill HubbardMilan Yerkovich with Larry Sonnenburg

Caller Questions:

  1. How do I tell my son I reported his autistic son for being violent? 
  2. My mom doesn’t believe me that I was raped twice; what can I do? 
  3. Is there anything wrong with my husband occasionally looking at Playboy or a sexy calendar? 

Suggested Resources:
How To Have That Difficult Conversation
Surviving Sexual Abuse CD
Every Man’s Battle

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  1. ann April 2, 2015 at 7:48 am - Reply

    oh my goodness, (to your son) if shame is the reason for you not stopping the violence with your son then I guess someone’s life will have to be taken for you to act upon this matter. Madam, please talk to your son and daughter-in-law and let them know it’s not going to get better unless something is done immediately. This is dangerous for everyone in that family and the child too. Please help you son/daughter-in-law get help before it’s too late. Again, if nothing is done now, it won’t get better later. I’ll be praying for you all. This is a very serious matter, literally LIFE or DEATH.

    • ann April 2, 2015 at 8:21 am - Reply

      To the last caller, Brooks – honey, please stop the denying, your husband is disrespecting you, let him know exactly how you feel and that this is bothering you, if you do not let him know how you feel he’ll continue doing it and trust me, it’ll end up being more than just magazines or calendars, please take my advice. It starts from somewhere, trust me, your husband has a problem and if you don’t nip it now, you can forget it. There was a reason why you called the show, you are very afraid, stop living with this and do something about it. Brooke, as soon as you stop the denial and pray to God on what to do things will happen for the betterment of your marriage and relationship with your husband. Blessings to you.

  2. Lynn April 2, 2015 at 2:28 pm - Reply

    Whoa, caller #3 is CLUELESS!!! It was painful to listen to her go on and on and on and on and on, without listening to the hosts, not to mention, not comprehending what they were saying. She seems like the ideal wife for a man with a porn addiction. She is a perfect blend of clueless and enabling. Snap out of it Brooke…you don’t sound like a strong, confident woman…you sound weak and completely minimizing your husband’s issue. Wow, so in your world Brooke, if every man does it then it must be ok. That logic gives your husband permission to do what ever he wants. Honey, put the phone number for New Life on speed dial because you are going to be calling them a lot as you husband continues down the path of a porn addiction.

  3. myrtle April 2, 2015 at 2:58 pm - Reply

    I heard on the radio today about a female was talking about her boyfriend that she thinks is nortis am i spelling it wrong may i get the correct spelling, also i think you have free book on it?

  4. Jo April 2, 2015 at 7:44 pm - Reply

    I feel so sad for the callers who seem so powerless and ashamed of their child molestation/rape to the point of not wanting restitution or to the point they go around like zombies, not living the life God intended. I just feel like hugging them so hard to try to make the hurt a little lighter! Let’s stop the madness by bringing to justice the people who preys on kids and people who bets that the statute of limitations will set them free from their despicable actions! Society needs to stop pushing these issues into the darkness as if it was “dirty laundry!” No statute of limitations for these!

    Some other times I just feel so puzzled by the victims’ life choices after their traumatic childhood. Take the story of the 34 year old woman who called and said that her mom acknowledged that she was abused as a child, but the mother did not want to believe there were other times and other people who abused her. This same woman said that she has 4 kids.
    I wish you guys would have asked her how she is planning on protecting her kids from falling into the same fate she did! I wonder if this is not on her mind much more often than whether her mom acknowledges how many times she was abused.

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