Angry Men and the Women Who Love Them: Breaking the Cycle of Physical and Emotional Abuse
In an explosive book that explores the roots of abusive relationships, Paul Hegstrom shares his personal struggle with anger and how the wounds of his past shaped his future. For the man who batters, the woman who feels trapped, and the pastor, counselor, or friend who desperately wants to help them both, Angry Men and the Women Who Love Them offers straight, biblical answers for those who are willing to make tough decisions and overcome the cycle of violence.
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Breaking the Cycle of Physical and Emotional AbuseUser Review - Christianbook.com
So many women live with men who are filled with anger that comes out of them in explosive waves of cruel words and physical loss of control. The woman they live with walks around on egg shells hoping not to trigger the switch that turns him into a raging loonatic! This book identifies a wide range of domestic violence and how much of it stems from shame, guilt and anger. It is a short book (140 pages) that is an easy read. Very helpful for women who need to know how to build healthy relationships.
Review: Angry Men and the Women Who Love Them: Breaking the Cycle of Physical and Emotional AbuseUser Review - Vicky Dierker - Goodreads
This book is a must read for any Christian who has either been a victim or a perpetrator of Domestic violence. It has real advice spoken from both parties. It is also one of the few books on this ... Read full review
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