See What You Made Me Do: The Dangers of Domestic Abuse That We Ignore, Explain Away, or Refuse to See
The human brain is amazing; it is capable of doing so much! Unfortunately, it doesn’t take a lot for it to betray us. In See What You Made Me Do, Jess Hill provides a well-researched book on everything there is to know about domestic abuse. She includes information about how the term came about and what it took for the world to start taking battered women seriously. Each chapter contains important information about the physical, emotional, sexual, and psychological effects that the perpetrator of domestic violence inflicts on victims. Each chapter also includes real-life stories of women who have escaped an abusive relationship. This book is deep, with dark secrets shared by millions of women around the world.
This book can be hard to read, all the stories are horrific if you consider them deeply, but also liberating. It is heartbreaking to read about women who are going through this abuse, and no one will lift a finger to help. People might offer some advice, but that’s it. Hill writes with precision and a true passion for the topic. There is more to domestic violence than physical abuse, and you will learn about it all in this book.
|Page Count||464 pages|
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