Surviving the Devil, Escaping Domestic Violence, a true story

WOW I am so proud to share with you Author Support Services Top 20 books to read for 2020, my friend Melanie Survivor made her list.
“Surviving the Devil, Escaping Domestic Violence”, is a true story and I highly recommend for everyone to read.

It shares knowledge and provides tools to help those who have no idea how to respond if that statement is raised “I am living in domestic violence, what should I do?”

What if your daughter, sister, cousin, aunty, mother, friend approached you and shared she is living in domestic violence, what would you do?

Do you know before a victim opens up to someone, before they let you know they are in trouble, it has been a long time for them living in hell trying to work out, Is this love?, Did I do something wrong?, Maybe, it is me?, Oh yeah its my fault?, What if it’s not my fault?

Depending on how you respond when she asks, will depend on if she returns to further abuse or finds her way (and her children’s way) out of abuse?

You don’t have to be living in a domestic violence relationship to read this book.https://authorsupportservices.com/christmas-wish-list/

This book is not just a story, it is a power tool that I have been told should live in every household, especially, if we are going to break the cycle.  “Surviving the Devil, Escaping Domestic Violence, a true story” by Melanie Survivor. https://www.melaniesurvivor.com/ is empowering, motivational, raw and true.

Remember 1 in 4 women in Australia have lived or are living in an abusive relationship.  I only heard last night Guy Sebastian quote 1 in 3 women, chances are at sometime in your life you may be asked that question, how will you answer.

Do you want the knowledge to help?  If so, all you need to do is read this book.

God bless and Merry Christmas

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