In the Name of Submission: A Painful Look at Wife Battering

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, Jan 1, 2008 - Religion - 140 pages
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Whatever happened to happily-ever-after?

For the woman physically abused by her husband, home is a nest of nightmares.

She's too afraid to stay. It only gets worse . . . One day he'll kill me . . . the kids will be next . . .

And she's too afraid to leave. I know he wants to change . . . there's still a chance . . . it's all over if I leave--and anyway, where could I go?

This book helps the abuse victim think through her fears--and then take positive, loving action. In a marriage chronically infected by violence, she'll learn why the very best first step--best for all concerned--is often simply to get out for a time.

She'll learn how to take that step with courage and wisdom . . . and without losing hope for her marriage.
 

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Seriously..getting beten to a pulp..and you the woman should "Think through your fears." No..the only solution is call the cops, arrest the buttwipe and get a restraining order.

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To the Reader
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10 What the Church Can
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Epilogue
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Kay Marshall Strom has written more than thirty books. Her writing also appears in many periodicals in compilations including the NIV Devotional Bibles. Kay is also a sought-after speaker--she and her husband Dan Kline have spoken to well over one hundred thousand people in more than twenty countries. For more information on Kay, check her Web site: www.kaystrom.com.

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