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Domestic violence is prevalent in today's society. Battered women are in all walks of life, at the supermarket, the movie theater, Church, school and work. She is your neighbor, friend, associate, sister, mother, daughter, perhaps even you. Statistics show that nearly everyone in America is either currently a victim of abuse, survivor of abuse or knows someone who is. You probably know someone who needs the information provided in this book.
Posted October 31, 2003
Top 10 Reasons for Buying Information Every Woman Should Have: 1. Knowledge is power - learn about abusive situations and how you can avoid them. 2. How do you avoid abusive people - read the section entitled 'Profile of a Batterer.' 3. How can you tell if you are getting into a dangerous situation - read the section entitled 'Warning Signs.' 4. Relationship Rights - discover what they are in Information Every Woman Should Have. 5. Safety plan for you and your children. 6. Discover the effects of abuse on children. 7. Learn the latest statistics from the Bureau of Justice. 8. Learn the Cycle of Abuse, as written in this book. 9. Yes! You Can Help - Information Every Woman Should have tells you how. 10. The Corporate cost of domestic violence is between $3 - 5 Billion a year. To learn more, pick up this book today!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 12, 2003
Great reference book - includes a breakdown of domestic violence into its many components. Readers are able to look behind closed doors and witness scenes of domestic violence. Information Every Woman Should Have helps you to understand how so many have fallen victim to the abusers in today's society. I recommend this book to all victim advocates; the resources contained within the pages will make it easier to refer clients to agencies throughout the country. Libraries should offer this book in the reference section. Domestic violence victims will be able to find the help they need in the safety of our public libraries.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 2, 2003
Finally, information about domestic violence broken down into simple, straight-forward language. The comprehensive listing of shelters around the country is second to none!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.