*Coral Anika Theill interview April 5,2016 on "Trauma Recovery & Healing"
EAST COAST TRAUMA PROJECT - Coral Anika Theill interviewed on 4/5/16 by Jeffrey Michael Friedman, licensed psychotherapist.4/5/16 - host was Jeffrey Michael Friedman - licensed psychotherapist.
Here I interview Coral Anika Theill who is a survivor of childhood sex trafficking, molestation and abuse, rape, domestic violence, marital rape, ritual & spiritual abuse, coercive control, therapist abuse and exploitation, maternal alienation and deprivation and nearly twenty years of “legal stalking” and judicial injustice. I have lived under a "state address protection program" from my abuser/rapist, since 1999. "The traumatized person who accomplishes the work of recovery and healing has the potential of becoming more integrated and more aware and conscious than the person who has endured no blatant trauma and has never had to piece together a shattered psyche." - Coral Anika Theill, BONSHEA Making Light of the Dark
*Coral Anika Theill, Author of BONSHEA Making Light of the Dark, RADIO SHOW INTERVIEW, Saturday, March 26th with Geerte Frenken HELL IS FOR CHILDREN: Protective Moms fight for their abducted children. The two hour program was aired in the USA and internationally.
The radio program focused on narcissism, how abuse affects our lives, the lives of our children, and PTSD. We discussed coping tools protective mothers have found helpful in the aftermath of psychic shock from losing our children via family court. We also addressed the negative social stigma associated as a non-custodial mother.
We hope the program will encourage protective mothers who have experienced the soul crushing pain of the abrupt removal of their children via Family Courts. Many protective mothers have been separated from their children for decades. Maternal Alienation is the ultimate hate crime and a human rights issue.
From Geerte Frenken Radio Host:
Blog talk radio show HELL IS FOR CHILDREN is not affiliated with any other blog talk radio shows, any organizations or any other people. The initiative is my own. I am not a leader, nor do I strive to be one. My role as host of the show is facilitating the discussion of the plight of Protective Mothers worldwide to get their kids back. In each show I aim to highlight a different aspect of this topic. As host of the show I respect and allow all my guests to share their own stories, thoughts, feelings, opinions and ideas. Besides raising awareness about the plight of Protective Mothers and their children, the show is meant to be a platform of constructive, positive support and a think-tank for solutions. Haters are not allowed.
The show offers a safe haven for Protective Moms to share their stories (can be anonymously). Other guests who can contribute to this topic in a positive manner are welcome as well. If you have questions about the show please let me know. Are you a listener who has tips for our guests? Then you can call in during the show (347) 850-8617. I hope the show contributes to all Protective Mothers getting their kids back. Are you ready? Tune in! Operation EXPOSE continues! - Geerte Frenken
There truly are no words to describe the pain a Mother goes through when being separated from her children. After feeling the child grow inside them for nine months; feeling them kick for the first time, feeling them turn somersaults inside their wombs, savoring every moment of the birthing experience that the Creator bestowed upon them; the pain is indescribable. It goes against everything nature intended. When the Mother is fit and loving and has been the primary care giver of the child since birth, the separation is devastating beyond description.
Two hundred years ago a system of legal slavery allowed for the ownership of human beings as if they were livestock. Children were ripped away from their mothers with as little consideration as separating a calf from a cow.
Today, many mothers who seek safety from abuse are routinely prohibited from having even the most basic contact with their own children, not because they were unfit parents, but because they were outspent, out represented, and out-maneuvered in a court atmosphere not prepared to understand the needs of families dealing with domestic violence.
Many Children Are Court -Ordered Into Unsupervised Contact With an Abusive Parent After Divorce.
Battered women may lose their babies and children, their homes, their friends and their livelihood. Survivors of childhood abuse will often even lose their families. Rarely does society recognize the dimensions and long lasting effects of this reality for the victim. After over a decade of personally seeking assistance from advocacy groups on a local, state and national level, the advocacy system, as is, has offered me nothing.
STOP CHILD ABUSER RADIO SHOW with Bill Murray: Nov. 1, 2014 Tonight's special guest is Coral Anika Theill, abuse survivor and author of the memoir "Bonshea: Making Light of the Dark." For several years as a young child she was sex trafficked by her mother nearly every night. Eventually she experienced molestation and abuse, rape, domestic violence, marital rape, spiritual abuse, and nearly twenty years of “legal stalking” and judicial injustice. "I knew that my soul had been violated," she says. "I knew someone, somehow, had taken something very sacred of mine. Feelings of shame, uncertainty and chaos would haunt me in the years to come as a result of living in a home where no one listened and boundaries were seldom honored." Now living under a “state address protection program” from her former husband, Coral knows healing is the process of rounding up all the fragments of our shattered self and reconciling them. It took her a long time to 'find her voice' and she says she's learned that true freedom begins that day we walk away from fear, scarcity, blame, and guilt. "Childhood sexual abuse is ‘soul murder’ and child homicide," she explains. "Survivors become the walking wounded." Coral goes on, "The freedom that I gained when I broke my silence about the abuse I suffered I wouldn't trade for anything. Once secrets are exposed to the light, they lose their power over you. A victim's first scream is for help; a victim's second scream is for justice." Her published works address abuse and trauma recovery and Coral's positive insights as a survivor have earned the respect of fellow survivors, clinical therapists, advocates, professors and authors. Please see: www.coralanikatheill.com
On March 10, 1996, I was forced, by an Order of the Court, and by my ex-husband, Marty Warner, his attorney, his family and religious supporters, to do something that raged against my good conscience, my common sense and against all my motherly instincts. After a temporary custody hearing, a Court Order signed by Judge Albin Norblad forcibly removed my nursing baby and two youngest children from me. I obeyed the Court Order and gave my children over to my ex-husband. I drove to the hospital, rented a breast-pump and later collapsed and went into shock. I could not understand what had happened and why. I have not yet recovered from the shock; perhaps I never will....
The price for my own safety and freedom in 1996 was an imposed, unnatural and unwanted separation from my eight children. The injustice committed against me is not just the physical separation from my children, but the willful desecration of the mother-child relationship and bond, a sacred spiritual and emotional entity.
Forcibly taking a mother's children, and then controlling her emotionally by withholding contact must be publicly recognized as one of the greatest forms of 'mis-use' of the American justice system and one of the greatest hidden vehicles for wide-spread socially approved physical and emotional abuse and control.
Posted by Coral Anika Theill
Author, Advocate, Speaker & Reporter
Memoir: Bonshea Making Light of the Dark
Website: www .coralanikatheill.com
BONSHEÁ – Yaqui Indian – meaning ‘out of the darkness into the light’
Dear MSM & 20/20 - Maternal Alienation is the Ultimate Hate Crime
"I have spent long hours trying to make some sense of my life and have come to the conclusion that when horror overcomes us the only response possible is to remember what happened and tell the story." - Coral Anika Theill, Bonshea Making Light of the Dark