After Meg Westmoreland’s father mysteriously dies when she’s a small child, her life quickly spirals out of control. Her mother is mean and manipulative, her uncle abusive in a way Meg won’t even speak of. Getting away from them becomes an obsession. When she discovers she’s been promised to a wealthy American, she’ll do whatever she must to flee the only home she’s ever known.
Bonnie is a lonely little girl that moved from a small town to a huge city. She meets a boy who as time goes by becomes controlling, physically abusive and ultimately tries to take her life until eventually she tries to take her own,,She struggles to escape and finally finds herself.
Reviving Hope recounts the horror of childhood sexual abuse through the eyes of a five-year old girl. Her true story, candidly disclosed as an adult, is offered to encourage victims to reach out toward healing and restoration. Equally important to Hope is increasing awareness of this crime and inspiring others to join the fight to end such abuse. A very short book with the power to change lives.
The shocking but inspiring true story of the abused child of a power broker with organized crime ties who grew up to be a white woman boss in the Crips and establish an online movement to help abuse victims while she was in hiding.
Sylvia-Ann survived her abusive mother. Now she worries that she will one day become the abuser. How did her mother become such a monster? The answer may lie with her paternal grandfather. Is abuse inherited or learned? Can Sylvia-Ann unlearn her mother's lessons before it's too late?
At 68, Miriam Matorin decided to publish Mourner's Lament. Her spoken word poem is intended to break the silence, raise awareness, educate, and motivate people to face the truth and stop the cycle of abuse.
Misfit to Masterpiece is for anyone who has been deeply hurt. It provides simple strategies for healing our heart attitude, as well as the tools necessary to embrace the true strength and beauty of our character.
William was an unwanted child, mistreated, beaten and mentally abused. He had to learn to look after himself, to stand up against those who abused him, and to become self-reliant emotionally and physically. William’s story is of a child desperate to reach out to someone or something to find an escape from the cruelty around him. It is a story that he has waited more than sixty years to tell.
Lucy Greenly is an ordinary woman with an extraordinary story. She is not a celebrity, hero or martyr, but her autobiography contains narrative that will incite emotion within any reader. Read this heroic tale of one woman's struggle to escape domestic abuse and government entanglement.
Abuse is not a part of God's plan, but because we live in a sin-sick world, there are times when we may experience it.
This is a book about healing from abuse.
Christian author and domestic violence survivor, Stephanie Mayberry, takes you through a spiritual exploration. Her seven part Bible study is appropriate for individual as well as group use.
Find the healing that Jesus has for you.