A candid straight forward conversation of an overview of Abuse (sexual, physical, mental, verbal, psychological, neglect, abandonment). Including the causes and effects of abuse through sharing of real life experiences. Christian Counseling Abuse Expert, Dr. Destiny Perry provides additional natural and spiritual support for the abused and perpetrators of abuse by communicating effective ways to get out and stay out of abuse and begin to... "Live Beyond Abuse" through implementation of counseling strategies including the incorporation of God inspired scriptures as found in the Word of God.
In this episode Dr. Destiny (host) discuss opinions and how they can negatively or positively impact your life. Whether they are your opinion or those of others, you must carefully monitor them so that you do not allow them to direct your life into living in abuse. She spoke about how sometimes our own assumptions or having a preconceived notion about other people judging us for our past either as victim or perpetrator can hinder us in moving forward to living a life free of abuse. We can live beyond and past the opinions of others and unhealthy opinions we have even had about ourselves. We can choose to dwell on good thoughts and by doing this we can choose to live beyond abuse!
In this episode Dr. Destiny (host) and Charles Everett (co-host) speak about developing a lifestyle where you begin to walk in your true identity. Sometimes not knowing who we are can cause us to life in the shadows of the abuse of others. If we do not know who we are we will often find ourselves living and doing what others desires for us instead of us ding what is in our hearts. We will never live beyond the abuse and get to a place of peace in our lives when we are constantly living by the opinions of other people.
In this episode Dr. Destiny (host) discuss the device of oppression that keeps us from living beyond abuse. The spirit of oppression can destroy healthy relationships. We must learn to change our thinking, attitudes, and behaviors about being a victim and or perpetrator. Cruel, harsh, and toxic thinking, attitudes, and behaviors can cause us to live perpetual lives of abuse. Dr. Destiny instructs you to think about what you are thinking about and what you have been dwelling on in the mind. Then you must make a full assessment and identify of those thoughts which ones are keeping you in a place of abuse. God never intended for us to live in abuse! You can live beyond abuse!
In this episode Dr. Destiny (host) and Charles Everett (co-host) talk about oppression and how the systems of this world can negatively influence us including deceive and manipulate us into living lives that are abusive in nature. However, God has given us spiritual sight to see the wickedness and to be able to deal with oppressed spirits. Oppression is a spiritual force and those who are oppressed remain in abusive situations. You can live beyond abuse if you change your thinking, attitudes, and behaviors from one that is oppressed to one that is victorious!
In this episode Dr. Destiny (host) and Charles Everett (co-host) discuss the topic of oppression and how oppressed thinking, attitudes, and behaviors can prevent you from living beyond abuse. It is important to develop healthy thinking, attitudes, and behaviors in order to successfully navigate your life in a positive direction. We must give attention to our thoughts because they impact our behaviors. The two hosts discuss the importance of understanding what oppression is and how it can negatively influence your life. If we put forth the effort to change in this area of our life, we can all live beyond abuse!
In this episode Dr. Destiny (host) and Charles Everett (co-host) discuss HOPE! Having an expectation to live beyond abuse is key to living a victorious and triumphant life. They speak about how to conquer giants through the development of hope. Expectation develops first with our thinking and then imbeds in our heart and then is seen in our actions and conversations. What are you expecting to live beyond? What are you being hopeful for? This is not about wishful thinking, but about trust and confidence in faith to dare to believe there is a greater expected end for you. You can live beyond anything including abuse!
In this episode Dr. Destiny (host) and Charles Everett (co-host) hold a discussion of the various aspects of faith. Our faith may not look like the faith of others, but it is our faith. We can use our faith to get out of an abusive state. When we act on the confidence, we have in ourselves that God has imbedded within us we can do anything! We can live beyond abuse!
In this episode Dr. Destiny (host) and Charles Everett (co-host) hold a discussion of about faith. They discuss the essential need to have faith and confidence to live a life that is free from abuse. To be able to overcome past traumas where abuse is concerned a person must believe it is possible to live a life free of pain and hurt. If you can see something different and have faith to believe and what may appear to be unbelievable, and act on that new belief, then you have what it takes to live beyond abuse. You can live beyond abuse.
In this episode Dr. Destiny (host) and Charles Everett (co-host) discuss love and how to love beyond any abuse that one has experienced or has perpetrated in their life. We have the ability given to us by God to love others without boundaries and boarders regardless of what they have done. Love does not limit. Love is good and is sincere. If we are going to live beyond abuse we have to choose to love beyond abuse.
In this episode, host Dr. Destiny and her husband co-host Charles Everett speak about the proper true functions of love based upon what God’s Word says. They also spoke about the negative malfunctions of love and how it can present itself as manipulation, deceit, abuse, etc. We are to stay connected to the source of love, which is God. We are to be life givers and you are always in a position to give life when you choose to love. You can love and live beyond the abuse!
In this episode host, Dr. Destiny and her husband co-host Charles Everett speak about a love. A topic that is absolutely worth hearing. However, not just general love, but love that goes beyond abuse. Choosing to love others despite the offense of abuse that has occurred. God created us in His image with the ability to love and be loved by others. We are love and we have a loving God. If we are going to live beyond abuse, we are going to have to develop a perception on love that is based on a loving heavenly Father. We can live beyond abuse! We can love beyond any hurt and pain that has occurred on our life.
In this episode host Dr. Destiny and co-host Charles Everett talk about being free to forgive others. They discuss condemnation and unforgiveness and how to break free. They make key statements about how valuable we are and how God sees us as good. You can forgive others and you do not have to condemn yourself because of the traumatic abusive experiences you have faced in the past. Change your thoughts, attitudes, and perspectives to agree with taking a position of forgiveness and live beyond abuse!
In this episode host Dr. Destiny and co-host Charles Everett talk about forgiveness and its role in living beyond abuse. Living in unforgiveness can blind you and cause you to miss out on experiencing God’s best. Forgiveness opens the door to healing and wholeness for both the victim and perpetrator. There is freedom in forgiveness. By faith release those offenses and forgive the offender. Forgiveness is a choice, but it is necessary for living beyond abuse.
In this episode host Dr. Destiny and co-host Charles Everett speak discuss forgiveness and how pride can eliminate all possibilities of walking in forgives. Forgiveness is a spiritual force and will require you to develop a spiritual relationship with God. You must not judge nor condemn others and learn to love and have compassion on all people. Forgiveness is required and a necessary component to living beyond abuse. You can forgive and live beyond abuse.
In this episode host Dr. Destiny and co-host Charles Everett speak discuss forgiveness. What is forgiveness? What attitude should we take towards forgiveness and what should our position in the spirits of our hearts been in regarding forgiveness. If you are going to live beyond abuse, you have to be bold and daring enough to trust God to forgive others of all manner of wrongdoing. Are you ready to forgive? Are you ready to live beyond abuse?
In this episode host Dr. Destiny and co-host Charles Everett speak on a topic that encourages those who have experienced abuse and or been a perpetrator of abuse to find the perfect balance to experiencing freedom. Freedom requires faith, hope, love, and forgiveness.
Dr. Destiny and Co-Host Charles Everett discuss in this episode discuss how to get to this place of freedom in the love of God. God desires for us to live free and especially free from abuse. Tune in as they discuss how to rely on the strength and help of God. You too can live a life beyond abuse!
Dr. Destiny and Co-Host Charles Everett discuss in this episode intimidation and the role it plays in keeping us trapped in the bondage of fear. They provide insight about how our thinking and perception about our traumatic experiences can affect us. God’s desire for us is to get to place of freedom from a past full of pain and experience is love! You can live beyond abuse!
Dr. Destiny (host) and Charles Everett (co-host) discuss the need to identify the root of traumatic experiences. They speak about how unforgiveness and torment are co-operators and there is a need to forgive. Overall, you must assess your life for fear. Ultimately having a spiritual relationship with God is the only way you can clearly identify the root causes of fear. God want us to live the life He has set before us and not in a place of the devastation of the traumatic experience. You can live beyond abuse!
Dr. Destiny (host) and Charles Everett (co-host) discuss the relationship between torment and fear. Fear can rob you of an opportunity to get free from a life of abuse. This podcast discusses how the onset of a traumatic experience can provoke one into fear. Listen to truth as it is shared about becoming perfected in God's love so you can rid yourself of the torment of fear and begin living beyond abuse!
Dr. Destiny and her husband, Charles Everett, who also serves as her co-host discuss in this episode the root causes, effects, and consequences of childhood sexual abuse. They go deeper in the Word of God giving keys to help others overcome thoughts that will try to hold them back from living a life free of abuse. It is all about renewing your mind! You can live free. You can Live Beyond Abuse!
In this episode Dr. Destiny Perry and her husband, Minister Charles Everett Perry discuss their stories involving childhood abuse, domestic violence, the issues and challenges they faced. Salvation and faith played key roles in their transition as well as the empowerment of the Holy Spirit to give help and direction to run the race that God has given them. Your life story does not have to prevent you from experiencing the wonderful life God has prepared for you.
In this episode Dr. Destiny Perry and her husband, Minister Charles Everett Perry discuss the purpose of this podcast and the topic of abuse. The gifts and purposes of God is discussed along with the magnificent work that God will continually do on the inside of us all until the day of Jesus return. It is a message of hope and inspiration as they share about their story, their life, and their journey. It does not matter your past whether victim and or perpetrator, God has purpose for your life!