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Reflecting On Domestic Violence Understanding the Emotional Aftermath

Reflecting On Domestic Violence Understanding the Emotional Aftermath
Lauren Makarov
Legacy Book Publishing
1883 Lee Road, Winter Park Fl 32789
www.legacybookpublishing.com
978193752655, $19.95, www.amazon.com

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In the last few months domestic violence has been ruled an epidemic. Pick up a paper and there is a story every day about domestic violence ranging from the Baltimore Ravens player Rice and the way the NFL deals with domestic violence to charges of rape by quarterbacks of the Florida Gators and Florida State Seminoles. These are some of the famous ones but we are made aware of the non famous people’s cases as well. This adult bullying must be stopped.

“Reflecting on Domestic Violence” is a book that addresses the issue with solid information to women and men from why it happens, to victims becoming survivors. Makarov uses her personal experiences as well as her expertise as a counselor to give hope to women who have been abused.

“Reflecting on Domestic Violence is different from other books on the subject because Makarov uses her own poetry and by women she has encountered to convey the feelings of a victim and becoming a survivor.

“Reflecting on Domestic Violence Understanding the Emotional Aftermath” should be used by men and women as a rallying cry to say “We have no use for abuse.”

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