Escaping Domestic Abuse
While domestic abuse does not discriminate by gender, ^ ethnicity, or age group, it is true that 95 percent of^ its victims are women. The bruises, scars, and emotional^ wounds will affect one in every three women in the U.S.^...
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While domestic abuse does not discriminate by gender, ^ ethnicity, or age group, it is true that 95 percent of^ its victims are women. The bruises, scars, and emotional^ wounds will affect one in every three women in the U.S.^ yet countless women return, again and again, to their^ abusers. They are trapped in the revolving door of abuse.^ For those who are able to escape, the choices are grim: ^ poverty, homelessness, and health problems await many^ women and their children.^ In this revealing and candid book, you will meet^ courageous women who broke away from abusive^ relationships to escape the agonizing pain and find^ lasting peace.
"Statistical data, expert testimony, and personal stories of survival equip readers to recognize and escape--or help others escape--from abusive relationships and discover a life of freedom from fear and torment"--Provided by publisher.
Jane Boucher is the author of seven books, including the best-sellingý How to Love the Job You Hate. The subject of several interviews andý profiles by Forbes and the New York Times, she is also a nationallyý syndicated newspaper columnist, writing for business journals acrossý the country from her home in Reno, Nevada.ý Boucher's professional speaking career has seen her appear beforeý the U.S. Senate, the USDA, Department of the Navy, U.S. Air Force,ý FDIC, Merrill Lynch, General Motors, Toyota, and other well-knowný organizations. She has been on more than 1,000 radio and te