When their time is up and they are tired of putting up with the abuse, it’s then, and only then will they make a decision, but the decision would have to be their own.
MILLVILLE, N.J. (PRWEB) August 09, 2017
Author Riva L. Green has worked with victims of domestic abuse, both males and females. This experience allows her to realize many ways of how those involved think about their abuse on many angles. She shares these findings with readers in “The Three R's of Domestic Violence” (published by Xlibris).
This book explains the thoughts of victims and abusers in domestic violence. Not many realize that there are some decisions they cannot make for the abuse. It is important for them to realize the pain and the strength they have to obtain in order to make their own decisions. The author believes that domestic violence and abuse are problems that affect almost every family, and must therefore, be addressed. She motivates readers to practice the three R’s of domestic violence - respect, reeducate and repair.
Her book gives ample insights on what abusers think and the fears the victims have. She also encourages the abused to find their own strength to make the right choices. “When their time is up and they are tired of putting up with the abuse, it’s then, and only then will they make a decision, but the decision would have to be their own,” Green says.
An excerpt from the book:
To all residents of Domestic Violence,
I am spreading the word around.
We are asking for the phone calls,
to help, so that you can be found.
“The Three R's of Domestic Violence”
By Riva L. Green
Hardcover | 6x9in | 72 pages | ISBN 9781503595651
Softcover | 6x9in | 72 pages | ISBN 9781503595637
E-Book | 72 pages | ISBN 9781503595644
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Riva L. Green was born in Denmark, South Carolina and raised in Bridgeton. She is a mother of three children and grandmother of 11 grandchildren. The Lord called her to the ministry at the age of 23 and has been ministering since. Once she accepted the calling, she began pastoring in Seabrook. Her ministry dealt with drug dealers, drug users, alcoholics and prostitutes, only to name a few. She also ministered throughout different regions. One of her greatest accomplishments is becoming a poet, having been nominated poet of the year in Washington. Her poetic work is in several books and she is in several volumes of “Who’s Who.”
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