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Best Mo Blackwell podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Mo Blackwell podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The final episode of season 3 is a Q&A with questions submitted by listeners as well as a reveal of whose story we'll be telling next season (at the 26:45 minutes mark). Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/targetedpodcast/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TargetedPodcast/ website: www.targetedpodcast.com email: targetedpodcast@gm…
 
Fiona is a bright, creative woman who experienced domestic violence from multiple men in a few different countries. Despite being the repeated target of violence, Fiona wanted better for herself and her children. She started college when she was 44 years old, continuing through until she had a master’s degree. She wrote her first book, “I Did It, Y…
 
3.15 When we ended last week, Cynthia had cut off contact with Ryan and was moving forward with her life. She had changed schools again, made a set of friends there, started dating one those boys and seemed to have Ryan firmly in her past. What happened to bring him back into her life? Abusive relationships aren’t just physical. They can happen onl…
 
As a 13-year-old, Cynthia felt like she was pretty grown up and when a 19-year-old Ryan paid her a lot of attention online, she was flattered, but knew she had to hide the relationship from her family. As a kid of divorced parents, she felt a bit neglected by them and when this man, Ryan, paid attention to her, at first it was like watering a withe…
 
As we ended last week, Marie had decided she needed to permanently leave the marriage, to divorce her husband, not just pack up the kids and leave temporarily when he was being abusive, waiting for him to cool down. She began making plans and at first, it seemed as if it was going to be a successful exit, but complications lay ahead. Facebook Page:…
 
Last week we heard about Marie’s childhood and traced the legacy of abuse in her family. She told us, "Whenever I went into my marriage, it didn't seem like a big deal that I was being abused." Today we to shift to Marie’s adult life as she reveals the abuse perpetrated by the men she loved. Promo: Invisible Choir. https://www.invisiblechoir.com. h…
 
In The Story of Marie we are going to explore the life of a young woman who experienced a lifetime of abuse and betrayal, exacerbated by her own mother’s dysfunctional response to abuse. Marie’s family left a legacy of abuse, one that she is still grappling with even as she tries to change it by sharing her experiences so that others can learn. Pro…
 
Last week we heard from Lauren, a young woman who was raped by an acquaintance after helping him pick up furniture from a store and bring it to his home. If you haven’t already listened, please go back and listen to The Story of Lauren Part 1 before continuing with this episode. Today we'll follow Lauren's unsatisfying experience with police and th…
 
Years ago there was a bright young woman named Lauren who graduated with a communication degree from my university. She went on to grad school and won a scholarship, partly based on a submitted essay. It began, “I need to get bread, carrots, and shaving cream tomorrow at the grocery store. Did I move the clothes from the washer to the dryer?” These…
 
Moving forward from family violence is much easier to talk about than to accomplish because it is not a straight path. Recovery is like a zigzag road with hairpin turns and lots of backtracking. But keep moving on that path, because there is hope and light beside you as well as in front of you. We've talked about the strength of Josh’s sisters, Tos…
 
Adverse Childhood Experiences, also called ACEs, impact the life of the survivor in ways that are not obvious. In earlier episodes we’ve discussed some of the more overt affects of abuse, but what we haven’t talked about are subtler effects such as negative health outcomes, a higher chance of self-harm, and a dysfunctional diet. Today, inspired by …
 
Today’s episode explores the various encounters where help should have been given to the Osborne children when they looked to adults to help them. Promo: Obscura. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/obscura-a-true-crime-podcast/id1377988275 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/targetedpodcast/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Ta…
 
Many have been wondering what type of abusers Jimmy and Christie Osborn were, and today we delve into the topic. Were they terrorists? Or something else? Promo for: Ignorance Was Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/targetedpodcast/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TargetedPodcast/ website: www.targetedpodcast.com email: tar…
 
Surprise -- bonus episode today! The YWCA is a leader in providing a safe place for survivors of domestic violence. From housing, to childcare, to dealing with the legal process, there are so many resources that are available. Today is an interview with the CEO of YWCA USA, Alejandra Castillo as she discusses what the YWCA does as well as the dispa…
 
Josh was not the only Osborne child being abused and his sisters tell their story today. Parts 1 & 2 released together. We can’t change the past, but we can use that knowledge to make better futures. The story you hear today is that of Toshua Amber and Shelby; although it ends well, the path they’ve followed is unimaginably sad. At the end of our i…
 
Josh's father and stepmother are tried together for aggravated child neglect in 2006. It all hinges on whether or not starving a 15-year-old to 49 lbs and shackling him to a bed can be considered "serious bodily harm." Promos for: Trace Evidence Our True Crime Podcast Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/targetedpodcast/ Facebook Group: https://…
 
Soon after Josh was rescued, his stepmother's family began spinning tales of how dangerous Josh was and that he'd once been found standing over her with a butcher knife. Could this be true or was it a wild fabrication? Was Christie truly in fear for her life and was that why she chained up Josh? Promos for: Voice of the Victim True Crime Finland Fa…
 
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