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This book offers an affirming, sex-positive approach to recovery from incest and rape.

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Domestic Violence


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  1. “Abuse Victims Trapped In Violent Cycle”
    Maureen Boyle 1995

  2. “Why Women Stay”
    Nancy Faulkner, PhD 1997

  3. “I Am Not A Victim”
    Nancy Faulkner, PhD 1998

  4. “Domestic Violence: Guidelines For Physicians”
    Horizon Healthcare 2002

  5. “Survivors Have a Stake in Developing Domestic Violence Guidelines”
    Mary Anne Riley 1992

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Violence in Gay and Lesbian Domestic Partnerships

Violence in Gay and Lesbian Domestic Partnerships

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Violence in Gay and Lesbian Domestic Partnerships
by Claire M Renzetti

Book Description:
This book brings together chapters that challenge many of the assumptions and clarify the limitations inherent in traditional heterosexual domestic violence theory.

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Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence

Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence

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Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence
by Philip W. Cook

Book Description:
When most people think of domestic violence, images of battered women or abused children come to mind. But there is another side to this issue that is not as familiar–abused men.

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Breaking Free from Partner Abuse: Voices of Battered Women Caught in the Cycle of Domestic Violence

Breaking Free from Partner Abuse: Voices of Battered Women Caught in the Cycle of Domestic Violence

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Breaking Free from Partner Abuse: Voices of Battered Women Caught in the Cycle of Domestic Violence
by Mary Marecek

Book Description:
One-third to one-half of all American women are, at some time, beaten by their husbands or lovers. This book is for all women experiencing violence in a relationship, whether at the hands of a same-sex or heterosexual partner.

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