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Abuse and Drama: Sexual and Domestic Abuse, Suicide, and Tough Relationships

Narrated by: JJ Hancock
Length: 5 hrs and 42 mins
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Summary

This bundle contains sad topics that confront us with the harsh realities of our society. 

You might know someone who is in a relationship with someone who is emotionally abusive, or you might be in a relationship with someone like that yourself. Or perhaps you don’t know how to recognize it and are curious how you can recognize the signs. Whichever the reason, you have come to the right place.

Since it is all over the media and the horrific stories echo through our empathetic ears, it is almost mandatory for any caring civilian in society to understand at least some basics when it comes to sexual abuse. The facts are out there, and it is really happening to people in secret and sometimes without hiding anything. In this book, you will learn to grasp the reality of this sad phenomenon in society. 

Some of us may have been through it, and others have seen it in other people’s homes. Domestic violence is a serious problem. The stats don’t lie, but they aren’t completely accurate either. They reveal the victims who speak up, but not the ones who stay silent. If you are wondering what is involved in domestic violence, what to do, and how to recognize it, then you’ve come to the right place. 

In one part of the book, there is a study with the specific issues that relate to suicidal tendencies. Causes and consequences come to light, and comparisons are made between countries, individuals, and triggers that influence a person in a depressive state to contemplate the unthinkable. 

Perhaps not as severe, but verbal abuse happens all the time. Whenever people are mean to each other, they are, in some small degree, abusing another with their words. It could be strangers, coworkers, bosses, your spouse, your parents, your boyfriend or girlfriend, or your friends.

©2018 Lindsey Kensington (P)2018 Lindsey Kensington

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Sad but real

This is a sad compilation of different kinds of abuse, suicide, and other things. Toxic people are described perfectly, and the information can help prevent unfortunate situations. Good job!

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There is too much of this

The porn industry supports this abusive junk that turns people into victims and makes them mess up society and become extremely difficult to deal with. It's good to have books like this that tell the truth.

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Interesting

I thought these thoughts and tips were interesting, and the clinical and psychological studies behind the facts.

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  • Toby
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  • 23-12-18

Nice book

This contains a few books in one, so it's a box set but with a different cover. I enjoyed listening to the narrator.

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Very good

Amazing book with an amazing premise. I loved the information about the difficult people, abusive signs and other things.

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A giant bundle

This is a giant bundle of books with 5.42 hours of content, which is what I was looking for to spend my credit on.

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I am glad I saw this

I snatched this book away with my promo code and wasn't disappointed. This book has all you need to know about avoiding abusive relationships, figuring out the causes of suicide and sexual abuse, or dealing with difficult, manipulative people.

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  • Lara
  • 22-12-18

This book has it all

It contains every detail, cause, consequence, and scientific research about abuse. Well, maybe not 100% of the thousands of books that exist in the world, but it definitely covers every related topic very well. I enjoyed listening to it.

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  • Coral Hardy
  • 24-12-18

Learned a lot

I learned many new things that I didn't know much about, or I knew about them, but not to the same extend.

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  • Derrick Perri
  • 24-12-18

Recommended

This book was recommended to me by a friend, and now, that I'm impressed, I'm recommending it myself.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-12-18

Yes!

Finally a book that says it all! How often don't we hide the things we don't want to talk about?

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  • Doris
  • 25-12-18

Related

In a way, I could relate to this book. The topics have a sad connotation and at the same time a realistic view on what the world is facing today.

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  • Annie
  • 25-12-18

Sexual and domestic abuse

It's clearly an issue that needs to be addressed, and this bundle of books goes way beyond the basics in its 5 hour narrative.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25-12-18

Box set

This is more like a box set of separate books, which is why I liked it. You can get more for a lower price, especially if you use a credit.

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  • Tim Hozos
  • 26-12-18

Yeah!

Finally a book that says it all and doesn't avoid the heavy topics, the elephant in the room, the underlying causes of the real tragedies in society. Good job, author and narrator!

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  • Timothy
  • 26-12-18

I was shocked

This book shocked me. The things that happen today are horrifying, but it's a good thing to realize what is really happeing.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-12-18

Yep

It's sad but true that all of these things happen, but I like how confronting and direct this book is about those things.

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