How to post a video to youtube

As many clients know we use videos for many homework assignments. The value of seeing body expression and facial expressions is critically important. You need to see what others are seeing when you say something.

The link below is for instructions on how to upload a video to a youtube.com account. Yes you have to make your own account.

Once your video is uploaded then list it as unlisted not private. When it is unlisted no one can search for it, or see it unless they have a link to it. You will then copy the link and send it via email to : facilitator@StAugBIP.org.

I check my email many times through the day and as soon as I see it and have a chance to view the video, I will send a reply back to you so that you know I have seen it. If you don’t get an email back…It is safe to assume something happened and it did not go through. Video’s are important tools that you can use as a diary, or a way to set goals for yourself and see your progression to those goals. Below is a link to instructions on uploading a video from a cell phone.

Youtube Video Instructions

10 Signs BATTERERS are willing to CHANGE

10 Signs Batterers Are Willing to Change
By Kelly Ann Evers

We all want to believe that our abusers and batterers are willing to change or want to change. With their heartfelt apologies, promises to not do it again, and lavishing gifts, the victim is hopeful that he means it this time.

Domestic abuse and domestic violence do not happen by accident. It is not the result of drinking too much or doing drugs, nor is it the result of having too many problems in life, or being under a great deal of stress.

Domestic abuse and domestic violence are deliberately perpetrated by an abuser against a person or persons whom he or she wishes to control. Batterers’ batterer because of a learned behavior that was continually seen as a child; for example, a father that physically abuses their mother repeatedly.
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Current Events & News Happinings

07/26/17  St. Johns County

      Sadly another Local law Enforcement Officer was arrested this week, the 5th, so far in 2017 from just one Department, charged with Domestic Violence. I won’t name him here because who he is, is not important to us as a community. What is important is that his victim, was able to find the resources she needs to be safe, and live a life that hopefully, is now without fear, intimidation and violence.

Everyone wants respect, not only from friends, co-workers, and acquaintances, but the general public and even strangers. Especially though, the respect of people they care about and who they thought cared about them. Domestic Violence shatters that thought and often makes it impossible to every truly trust that person ever again.

Domestic Violence is truly the original home grown “Terrorist” and terrorism is never acceptable for any reason.