Anelisse

Author: Adriana Bellini
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780615885063
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In the small farm town of Arbor Falls, NJ, a young girl named Anelisse must convince her love-struck mother that her new husband is not the man he appears to be. Once his violent true colors are revealed, Anelisse desperately attempts to convince her mother to leave him, but to no avail. After realizing she no longer has the support of her mother, Anelisse must do what she can to protect herself, as well as her siblings, in order to make it out of the house alive. Anelisse is the chilling true story of a young New Jersey girl who struggles to survive emotional, physical, and verbal abuse at the hands of her alcoholic stepfather. Based on author Adriana Bellini's real-life battle with child abuse, Anelisse provides a chilling, detailed look inside the dysfunctional world many abused children come from. WARNING: Contains graphic violence and strong language.

Surviving Abuse

Author: Beth Johnson
Publisher: Townsend Press
ISBN: 1591940575
Size: 79.20 MB
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"'Abuse' is an ugly word. And to many people, abuse is an ugly reality of life. This book tells the stories of two men and two women whose lives have been painfully marked by abuse. As a child, Kenyon was beaten first by his mother, later by his father and stepmother. Dawn grew up surrounded by abusive people, then married a violent man. Ryan's stepfather terrorized his entire family, physically and emotionally. Eunice was only a child when an adult relative targeted her for sexual abuse. The things that Kenyon, Dawn, Ryan, and Eunice experienced could have destroyed them inside. But that's not what happened. Read Surviving Abuse to learn how people can grow strong and healthy even after suffering at the hands of others."--Back cover.

Don T Tell Baby

Author: Marie Claire Peck
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1438981716
Size: 44.44 MB
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"Been there, done that! You wrote my story. Please tell me when it's going to be published!" These are just a few quotes from many people. Some have cried when editing or reading it for the author, others have just pushed her to 'hurry up and get it out there!' Marie Claire was born to a simple woman, had to cope with a drug and alcohol loving uncle, and had an alcoholic stepdad. She went through rapes, beatings, and ran away to live with her best friend and her family. The book ends with Marie Claire learning to train, show, and own horses. These animals become the love of her life. So many children have been in similar circumstances. We trust that Marie Claire's story will enlighten your life, comfort your heart, and know that the story continues in the sequel, Before the Music, where her adventures will surprise you.

Case Studies In Family Violence

Author: Robert T. Ammerman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780306462481
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The past 20 years have seen the emergence of family violence as one of the most critical problems facing society. The alarming incidence figures of abuse and neglect directed toward family members justify this atten tion. For example, over 1 million children are thought to be abused and neglected each year. Similarly, almost 2 million women are victims of wife battering each year. Annual rates of elderly mistreatment are thought to be as high as 32 per 1000 population. Accurate epidemiologi cal data only now are being compiled on more recently recognized forms of mistreatment, such as psychological abuse, ritualistic abuse of chil dren, and child witnessing of adult violence. The pervasiveness of do mestic mistreatment makes it a priority for clinicians and researchers alike. For clinicians, intrafamilial violence represents a formidable chal lenge with respect to assessment and treatment. The etiology of abuse and neglect is multidetermined. There are numerous pathways in the development of family violence, and these interact and converge in a nonlinear fashion. The consequences of family violence are equally com plex and divergent. Victims of mistreatment can display a variety of physical injuries and psychological disturbances. No single psychiatric syndrome or symptom constellation has been consistently implicated in any form of family mistreatment. The perpetrators of family violence are equally heterogeneous in their clinical presentations. Illustrative dys functions in perpetrators include skill deficits, substance abuse, mental illness, and impulse-control disorders."

Recognizing Child Abuse And Domestic Violence

Author: Gloria Edmonson-Nelson
Publisher: GLO'S PROSE PUBLISHERS
ISBN: 9780966823233
Size: 64.34 MB
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Shares the cause of abuse, discusses the various types including (male, incest, rape, emotional, etc.), as well as recommendations for healing. There are 300 organizations, divided by category, who are helping to alleviate abuse. Many police depts in California are using this resource as well as agencies. A great resource for health educators.

The Race Of A Lifetime

Author: Michael Layne
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1477203788
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Imagine a book that has: Domestic violence, child abuse, drug addicts, failed relationships, foster care, childhood rebellion, things that we call defeat. Life will take you on a roller coaster ride but the great thing is that God is in control. Through all the good or bad, ups and downs of life, we have victory in Jesus Christ.

Silent Cry

Author: Dorothy J. Newton
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310345480
Size: 63.65 MB
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Raised near New Orleans as one of six children, Dorothy Newton was surrounded by abuse and poverty as she grew up. But she became the first in her family to graduate from college and moved out of poverty. She then began to live out her dreams in Dallas of a better home and life when she married celebrity superstar football player Nate Newton. She had gone from poverty to the pinnacle of success. She was married to a handsome, successful, famous professional athlete, who was a three time Super Bowl Champion and six time Pro-Bowler for the Dallas Cowboys. But all that glittered was not gold. Before long the relationship turned abusive. She found herself living in the world she thought she had escaped in her years growing up. The world did not see her suffering behind closed doors—she was betrayed, treated abusively, threatened continually. Dorothy was trapped with no one to talk to and nowhere to run. In this book Dorothy shares her experiences of pain, loss, survival, hope, recovery, and victory. A gripping story throughout, A Silent Cry is a testament to Dorothy’s will to live and the peace that comes with hope in the God who sees and hears your tears—even when no one else does.

Treatment Of Child Abuse

Author: Robert M. Reece
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 142141273X
Size: 41.31 MB
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"Highly recommended for expert and beginner alike. It is well written, well organized, easy to read, and packed with useful information." -- Child Abuse & Neglect "This book represents a milestone in expanding the resource base for professionals working in the child abuse field." -- Journal of Child and Family Studies

Tell Me Why Mummy

Author: David Thomas
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007255438
Size: 70.11 MB
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The inspirational true story of one man overcoming enormous odds including sexual abuse from his alcoholic mother to choose his own path in life and become a truly exceptional human being. From the age of four David was sexually abused by his alcoholic mother. He didn't understand, but he didn't have a choice. Then one day it got much worse: his stepfather turned on him, too. The beatings always started when his mother left the house. But if the violence was terrible the betrayal was even more shattering: David's mother knew but did nothing to stop it. As the nightmare of his life grew worse, David turned to petty crime. For the first time he felt powerful and in control. But deep down he knew it would destroy him. Then, one night, he saw a programme on TV that changed everything. It sparked the life-long passion that would free him from his past and make his future worth living for. A heartbreaking story of abuse, betrayal and ultimate redemption.

Panic Child

Author: Carol D. Levine
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449089089
Size: 80.83 MB
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The traumas of childhood neglect and sexual abuse cannot be left behind when victims mature into adults. Too often, those adults repeat the crimes once perpetrated against them, depend on substances to dull the pain of memory, or choose partners similar to the adults who once abused them. Is there a way out of this darkness? Carol D. Levine, in her heartrending and yet hopeful memoir, Panic Child, reveals her childhood of parental neglect, sexual abuse, and the stranger who raped her, and her ascent from the depths of this terrible childhood to a life of service to children who suffered their own nightmares. The strong and steady voice of author Levine is the most powerful reminder that nobody is obliged to repeat the sins of those who harmed us, and that with support and a will to overcome trauma, we can heal from the deepest wounds and live loving, healthy, productive lives.