October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic Violence shouldn’t be taken lightly. If you don’t think you could ever become a victim – Think again! Who can be a potential victim, you may wonder?


Your family member

A neighbor

A close friend

The single mother
A married woman

The strong and independent woman

Your child






Join Authors Supporting Authors (ASA) on Saturday, October 18th at 9:00pm ET as Tinisha Nicole Johnson, Allyson M. Deese and Linda R. Herman discuss their new book, Somebody Prayed For Me. Amongst other issues that affect our society, domestic violence will be addressed on this Radio show. Although a fictional book, some of their stories are based off true stories.


Call into this LIVE show to listen or ask questions and share your stories. You can stay anonymous. Or you can also log into your computer and listen and chat online.


Date:    Sat., Oct 18
Time:    9:00pm ET

Call in number: (347) 838-9985

Log into your computer and listen/or chat live: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ASA-Blog-Talk


The National Domestic Violence Hotline is available in all 50 states www.ndvh.org
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)


Visit Authors Supporting Authors (ASA)


Visit the Authors Behind the Book


5 comments on “October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  1. Helen Hunt says:

    I would like to say a big thank you for publishing this blog and highlighting the needs to put a stop to domestic violence.

  2. tinisha says:

    Hello Helen — thank you for the comment. I appreciate it. Yes, it is so important people know the importance of this issue. The silence of domestic violence can exist for so long as the person continues to endure the violence. And that’s the sad part.

  3. Anna Fisher says:

    Thank you so much, Tinisha for posting this important information.
    I wrote the song, “Break the Silence – Stop the Violence” after fleeing
    an abusive marriage with my two young children in tow.
    Had so much trouble finding information at the time on what
    to do next. My fear was almost paralyzing.
    Thankfully, there were a few trusted people who provided safe guidance.
    My mission is to fully educate others.
    If it could happen to me, it could happen to anyone.
    Please Educate All Children Everywhere
    One love,
    Oboelady Anna Fisher

  4. Debi says:

    Hi there
    Like Helen, I would like to say Thank You for doing this blog.
    I myself am a domestic violence survivor, and just lost a cousin to domestic violence last month. We need to get the word out there, there are so many people that don’t know about October being awareness month for Domestic Violence. Thank You again for having this.

  5. Tinisha says:

    Hello Helen, I’m so sorry to hear that. That is really terrible. More people do need to be aware, like you said. If you missed the show, you can catch up on the archived show by going here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ASA-Blog-Talk

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