10/09/2011

This evening’s guests:

Christia Sale 8-9PM

website: www.themostselfishwomaninamerica.com, http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Most-Selfish-Woman-in-America/309316192152

Book: The Most Selfish Woman in America – How to Make Your Divorce the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You!

Christia Sale, author of “The Most Selfish Woman in America – How to Make Your Divorce the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You”, shows how you can become a Selfish Woman, make your Dream Life come true and how to make divorce the best thing that ever happened to you! She also now has her own talk show premiering on VoiceAmerica Talk Radio called “The Most Selfish Woman in America – How to Make Your Dream Life Your Reality

Questions for guest (time permitting):

1. What does it really mean to be selfish? Is it always a horrible thing?

2. How does putting yourself first enhance all aspects of your life? What if more women decided to take care of their own needs first?

3. What do you mean when you say “being happy is a choice, not a result”? How does one choose to respond to life in a positive way?

4. Why is releasing the past important? How do natural foods help purge the past?

5. What do you mean when you talk about “finding your power within”? How does a person go about that?

6. You have an acronym for the word SELFISH. What is it?

7. Why is an active lifestyle important? What do you mean when you say an active lifestyle keeps a person strong and engaged in the world around them?

8. You speak about people feeding their minds and souls. What does this mean? Can you give some examples, some creative ways in which an individual can “feed their mind and soul”?

9. What are self-indulgences and why are they importance in an individual’s life?

10. You say “Enough with the over committing already!” What do you mean? Why do women over commit or over schedule?

11. What do you mean by the phrase “Finding your life’s purpose”? How does one find their life’s purpose?

12. What is “Identifying your Dream Life” mean? How and why should a person do this?

13. What do you mean when you talk about giving yourself CPR?

14. How is it possible for a divorce to be the best thing that ever happened to you?

15. How does a person go about turning life’s traumatic events into positive opportunities for growth?

 

Cate Pearson                  8-9PM

Cate Pearson is a licensed clinical social worker with 11 years of experience in the counseling field. She is a therapist at Frager Associates. Interests include running, creative writing, yoga, and spirituality. She has written a novel, Gone the Sun, currently being reviewed by a publishing house for possible publication.

Questions for guest (time permitting):

1. What helped you gain the strength to choose to pursue a divorce?

2. What do you think is the biggest obstacle to overcome in the divorce process?

3. What are some tips you would offer folks to help them survive their divorce and grow from the process?

4. What helped you create the life you have always wanted for yourself?

5. What helped you shed the pain of your unhappy marriage and become the person you are today?

6. What advice would you offer couples who are considering getting married?

7. What do you see as the single most important lesson women in today’s world need to learn for themselves?

Related Links:

Divorce support and advice

Top Six Signs of Impending Divorce

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Det. Christopher Baughman 9-10 PM

website: http://www.WeAreiMAGiNE.com

Book: Off the Street

Intro: Det. Christopher Baughman (Boffman) heads up the Pandering Investigation Team (PIT) for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. His first book, “Off the Street,” tells the true story of PIT’s first high profile case, and how Baughman and his elite team of detectives are fighting to protect a class of women who are too easily forgotten and readily dismissed. His message to all is that “prostitution is not a victimless crime.”

Questions for guest (time permitting):

1. Off the Street is your first book. What led you to write about the world of prostitution and human trafficking?

2. This is a much bigger problem than the average person realizes?

3. And it’s not just a Las Vegas issue?

4. How does the reality differ from the stereotypes and myths we’ve come to believe?

5. Please tell us about your career path and how you came to lead the Pandering Investigation Team.

6. Off the Street is more than a true case study. It also chronicles your life, from the time you grew up as a young boy on the mean streets of Las Vegas. You saw firsthand many of the cruel incidents you are now fighting and writing about in your book. What stands out most in your mind?

7. Many of your childhood acquaintances and even some family members turned to crime and violence. Some are dead or in prison. Why do you think you chose to take a different road?

8. As you describe them, pimps seem to have a basic personality type and M.O. Please tell us about it.

9. Some of these individuals make tremendous amounts of money. Please describe a typical pimp lifestyle.

10. You and your team take great pains to systematically destroy these individuals financially and in other ways, while methodically building an airtight case. Please walk us through the process.

11. The victims are similar to those you would find in a cult or POW situation. How does this make your job more difficult and how do you go about gaining their trust?

12. What kind of help is out there for victims of human trafficking?

13. You have often said that the book is merely a platform for communicating your  message to a wider audience. What would you ultimately like to see happen in terms of assistance for victims?

14. Pop culture (songs, movies, TV shows) often glorify pimps and their lifestyles. How do you go about changing these cultural perceptions?

15. What warning signs should parents and other loved ones be on the lookout for in their children, sisters, girlfriends, etc.? Are there changes in behavioral patterns, speech, clothing, etc. that serve as red flags?

16. Any final thoughts?

 

Marissa Castellanos  9-10PM

Website: rescueandrestoreky.org

KY Rescue and Restore
2911 S 4th St.
Louisville, KY 40208

Call 1.888.373.7888 to shut the traffickers down for good.

Marissa Castellanos is the program manager of the Kentucky Rescue and Restore: Victims of Human Trafficking program at Catholic Charities of Louisville. This project provides technical assistance to local coalitions throughout the state, as well as services to victims of trafficking.

Questions for guest (time permitting):

1) Marissa, explain to us what kinds of human trafficking are happening in Kentucky, and more specifically, in Louisville?

2) How and where are people being trafficked for sex in Louisville?

3) Who are the victims? Does there appear to be a specific demographic that is most vulnerable to being trafficked?

4) How are these cases being identified? Who is rescuing the victims?

5) What is happening to the traffickers? Are there prosecutions going on right now for these cases?

6) What exactly does KY Rescue and Restore do in regards to their work with victims of human trafficking?

7) I imagine many of our listeners may be astounded to hear that this type of activity is happening in Kentucky. What can our listeners do to get involved in this issue, and make a difference?

Related Links:

Human Trafficking (Wiki)

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

Rescue & Restore Campaign Tool Kits

Trafficking: Kentucky specific statistics

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