Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 30, 2009
Recognizing intimate partner abuse is the first step to arresting it before it spirals out of control. However, when you're in an abusive relationship and you're part of the dynamic, it's not possible to see the enigma as a whole. You see its details, but it's difficult to see the dynamic as a whole.
Those in this situation may feel its many facets and know its ugly branches of verbal abuse, emotional abuse, mental abuse and psychological abuse. But the full enigma often eludes and confuses many people until they are domestic violence survivors.
The best point of intervention is before one engages in the abusive relationship and becomes a part of the abuse dynamic. Education is prevention, and prevention is the cure for domestic violence.
Domestic Abuse Dynamics: Identifying Abuse is the first of a two-volume eBook set designed to help women and men end their confusion about abusive relationships. It identifies the social and psychological dynamics of domestic abuse and helps the reader discover what binds abusive relationships.
Domestic Abuse Dynamics: Identifying Abuse helps people of all walks of life, empowering those who are facing abusive relationships to find their own personal strength and their own individual answers.
It is designed to be a red flag coach for individuals wanting to avoid becoming a part of an abusive relationship and a causality of intimate partner violence. The easy, informative read is available online in a downloadable PDF file eBook.
Domestic Abuse Dynamics: Identifying Abuse is authored by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D., consulting expert in civil and criminal domestic violence cases nationwide. She is the leading expert in the subtle communications of battering relationships and has authored over 170 articles on family violence.
All proceeds from the sales of Domestic Abuse Dynamics: Identifying Abuse support the work of Partners in Prevention, a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to ending domestic abuse.
For additional information, visit http://www.enddomesticabuse.org/identify_domestic_abuse.php
Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.
Partners in Prevention