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Domestic Violence

Guide to Understanding and Dealing with Domestic Violence
Narrated by: Denise L. Fountain
Length: 22 mins
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Summary

When you encounter signs of domestic violence, what do you do?

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 this book, you'll hear about:

  • What it is, why it happens, and which signs indicate you may be confronted with domestic violence
  • Domestic violence against men and why it has been hidden by many victims and perpetrators
  • The best ways to help a friend or family member who gets abused by a domestic partner or parent
  • How to be better informed about the problem and recognize it more easily
  • Some thoughts on false claims and insidious accusers
  • Legal issues, lawyers, and organizational help
  • And even more

Curious yet? Then don't wait and start listening.

©2017 Mandy Whomack (P)2017 Mandy Whomack

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  • jency
  • 14-08-17

Thank You for this Guide!

This book tells you about a different situation and how to heal from domestic abuse. It is easy to read and will help you to take back control of your own life. This book is helping me to understand and how to deal with this kind of people.

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  • mashaziya
  • 11-08-17

Very clever analysis

This book brought to bear a unique insight into a complicated and subtle process to which we are all subject to in one way or another at different times. It is written in simple straightforward and uncomplicated language. I recommend it strongly It made me feel sorry for the people who were trying to make conversation with her...it seemed to me that she was exhibiting the same insensitivity and control that I've been experiencing for the past few years. I'm not sure of the relevance of these stories to the book...

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  • patrick
  • 06-08-17

Get the help you need now

"Depressed and abusive: coping with a depressed and abusive person" gives you insight into the mind of a depressed person so you can understand where they are coming from. Sometimes we don't believe that things can get that bad, or that our friends and loved ones are really doing what they are doing. This book gives you the tools to figure out behaviors you're showing and how to work towards changing.

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  • veronica
  • 31-07-17

A must read

This book isn't going to change your life. I feel like a lot of the information here is extremely recycled - or perhaps, I have just read more books on psychology than most people. Still worth a gander. Especially if you find yourself in a bad relationship. I now understand the mechanics of being in repetitive dysfunctional relationships. I will definitely make healthier choices and respect my intuition.

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