A Voice in the Night: Silent Abuse, The Early Warning Signs That Could Save Your Life

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This is a book for all ages to take notice of the treatment they allow from others, and information for young people to find their safe ground to stand on. Many never realize the abuse they submit to, thinking they are sucking it up for the betterment of the relationship. More

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About Erin Ireland

Erin Ireland writes for those who feel they have no voice. She is a woman who has spent many years observing the abuse of others. Her experiences have been many in the direction of others who suffer in silence with isolation, controlled obsessions, verbal abuse, Superior attitudes, deceit, jealousy, physical, and sexual assaults, and many more indignities suffered everyday by beautiful people.

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Alexis Shepard The Shepard's Garden reviewed on Sep. 20, 2014

A wonderful contribution to the hurting soul in their silent world of abuse. Erin's passion comes through very clearly and she answers questions that are difficult for the abused to articulate. By doing so, she hands them the key to unlock the door of craziness. She validates the feelings and emotions and general wondering that is all too familiar and muddled in the brain of the abused. I pray that all will take the first step over the threshold to freedom, accepting the key Erin has extended through A Voice in the Night.
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Liam Maher reviewed on Aug. 28, 2014

Reading this book gave me immense knowledge of a generally unspoken subject. It is clearly written and holds you till the final page, To the many people suffering from this kind of abuse, often unknowingly, the words of Erin Ireland will bring them understanding, peace and an awareness of their human rights.
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