Finding Your Way Through Domestic Abuse

Finding Your Way Through Domestic Abuse

A Guide to Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Healing 

Author: Connie Fourre

Price: $12.95

Format: Paperback

Pages: 192

Trim size: 5.5 x 8.5 inches

ISBN: 978-1-59471-076-6

Imprint: Ave Maria Press

On-sale date: October 2, 2006

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Description

All too often resources for coping with domestic violence and physical abuse overlook the equally painful aspects of emotional and verbal abuse. Even fewer address the ongoing dynamics after a relationship ends, the long process of grieving, and the role of forgiveness. In Finding Your Way through Domestic Abuse, Connie Fourre offers victims of domestic abuse the information they need to move through this difficult, painful time. Fourre, a survivor of domestic abuse, guides readers through every step of the journey, from realizing the warning signs of an abusive relationship, to leaving the abuse behind, to coping with the aftermath.

Praise

"Excels in sound information."

"Domestic abuse is more common than most of us know. This book excels in sound information about dealing with abuse, taking care of oneself, and healing the pain. In addition, it incorporates a spiritual dimension that is very valuable and necessary in order to address the whole person."

The Tidings

"Full of many important perspectives."

"Finding Your Way Through Domestic Violence is full of many important perspectives about intimate partner violence. Connie Fourré raises many important points to think about, particularly for those who might be new to the field of domestic violence. This book will help enlighten those who work with both batterers and survivors."

Dave Mathews, Director of Therapy
The Domestic Abuse Project, Minneapolis

"Full of many important perspectives."

"Finding Your Way Through Domestic Violence is full of many important perspectives about intimate partner violence. Connie Fourré raises many important points to think about, particularly for those who might be new to the field of domestic violence. This book will help enlighten those who work with both batterers and survivors."

Dave Mathews, Director of Therapy
The Domestic Abuse Project, Minneapolis