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There are a number of titles on domestic violence on the market, but no other book is as clear (or as direct) about what abuse means and what possibilities (and responsibilities!) lie in real freedom. Those ready to listen and understand will find “Domestic Violence: My Freedom from Abuse” a powerful tool for recovery and change, providing the whole truth, and nothing but There are a number of titles on domestic violence on the market, but no other book is as clear (or as direct) about what abuse means and what possibilities (and responsibilities!) lie in real freedom. Those ready to listen and understand will find “Domestic Violence: My Freedom from Abuse” a powerful tool for recovery and change, providing the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Readers who haven't experienced domestic violence might have no idea that even choosing and reading a book on the topic could feel (or prove) dangerous to an abused woman: that's one reason why “Domestic Violence: My Freedom from Abuse” is a short, easy read. First of all, it defines 'abused' and recounts experiences of women who have shared their stories of abuse. Don't expect a comfort-oriented discussion, here: these stories are blunt, honest, and often painful and may require time to absorb (thus furthering the intention of this book to be picked up and put down repeatedly as the need arises). This hard-hitting handbook offers tough questions, inspiring possibilities, and plenty of concrete insights on the entire process, from recognizing abuse to dealing with the aftermath of freedom. Donovan's Bookshelf Review


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There are a number of titles on domestic violence on the market, but no other book is as clear (or as direct) about what abuse means and what possibilities (and responsibilities!) lie in real freedom. Those ready to listen and understand will find “Domestic Violence: My Freedom from Abuse” a powerful tool for recovery and change, providing the whole truth, and nothing but There are a number of titles on domestic violence on the market, but no other book is as clear (or as direct) about what abuse means and what possibilities (and responsibilities!) lie in real freedom. Those ready to listen and understand will find “Domestic Violence: My Freedom from Abuse” a powerful tool for recovery and change, providing the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Readers who haven't experienced domestic violence might have no idea that even choosing and reading a book on the topic could feel (or prove) dangerous to an abused woman: that's one reason why “Domestic Violence: My Freedom from Abuse” is a short, easy read. First of all, it defines 'abused' and recounts experiences of women who have shared their stories of abuse. Don't expect a comfort-oriented discussion, here: these stories are blunt, honest, and often painful and may require time to absorb (thus furthering the intention of this book to be picked up and put down repeatedly as the need arises). This hard-hitting handbook offers tough questions, inspiring possibilities, and plenty of concrete insights on the entire process, from recognizing abuse to dealing with the aftermath of freedom. Donovan's Bookshelf Review

46 review for Domestic Violence: My Freedom from Abuse

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Long

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway. This book's target audience is victims of domestic violence. The author provides a lot of useful information from the various types of abuse, to planning an escape, to how to heal. Dispersed throughout the book are real experiences from people. While this book is very depressing overall, it shed light on a very important topic. I recommend it to anyone who is in an abusive relationship or knows anyone who has been through this.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    An eye opening read While this book was geared towards survivors of DV (which I am not) I found it to be eye opening and would recommend to all.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Hannick

    Very informative I am so glad that I have gotten the chance to read this book. I read it because I have people that I love who are going through abusive relationships. I hope that when my loved one decides to leave I will better be able to support the person after reading this book!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Burns

    Excellent, fast read. My first husband was emotionally abusive. I did remarry, after 15 years. Just be careful. This book has great advice, and tips.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Diana

    Good advice and resources for someone in this situation.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    (Won this book on Goodreads). For the woman (or man) who is looking for a way out of an abusive relationship this a step by step guide to freedom. You can tell it is written from a woman who has experienced the full negative aspect of a divorce from a spouse who was vindictive. The information in this book is clear and easy to read. However, some information is emotionally hard to read the book helps you get through the tough times.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Tracy

    Won in a Goodreads Giveaway. 5/5 stars! If you are a victim of domestic violence, this book offers a lot of insight and advise. I am not a victim, but feel more knowledgeable of the signs to look for and how to assist if someone asked me for advice or help.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Kept my interest throughout

  9. 4 out of 5

    Carol (Kimiko)

    It was not a bad book.

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    greta cyrus

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