Books about dating violence

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Rigid social patterning, the book argues, conditions many women to stifle or deny their anger, and this repression can cause a range of other psychological problems.Others experience violent, outwardly focused anger. Whichever pattern your anger follows, you'll learn healthier ways to express your anger from this workbook." (added 9/13/01) Note that purchasing using this link gives a 5% donation to SAFE, with additional cost to you.

The following links will take you to the discussion threads for each of the books we’ve read for Reader with a Cause on Goodreads.

The legal system, women's support services, and the lesbian community are just beginning to name such behaviors, let alone confronting and dealing with them. She documents the women's responses to the violence, whether they received or were denied aid, and whether silence was imposed on them.

Women's studies professor Girshick breaks new ground as she plumbs the experiences and thoughts of 70 women, gleaned from a nationwide U. Her insightful and provocative work well may stir controversy even as it sheds light on a previously shadowed subject.

Abused Men presents practical solutions for reducing domestic violence, whether its victims are male or female." A website with more information about the book is located at: Violence: The 12 Things You Aren't Supposed to Know by Thomas B.

James is a well-researched book on domestic violence, which looks at how it affects abused men and other groups typically left out of the picture (reviewed by Dr.

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