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Tuominen, Kari

Abused mothers

Tuominen, Kari - Abused mothers, ebook

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Domestic abuse typically evokes pain and confusion, but when the perpetrator is one’s own son, the emotions intensify, taking on a new dimension. In her own words, author Curlie B. Williams describes her efforts to come to terms with her son’s inner turmoil while working to obtain professional help for him.
Hoping to inspire others who might find themselves in similar circumstances, Williams candidly discusses her experiences in Abused Mothers, indicating how her son’s issues impacted her life. A profound faith in her divine power underscores Williams’ portrayal as she explains how God helped her to survive her son’s aggression so that she could turn her suffering into a positive experience by becoming a surrogate mother figure for other young people in need. Offering intimate insight on the wide-ranging affects family dysfunction can have, Williams’ account of her personal rebuilding process through Abused Mothers is inspiring and thought-provoking, as well as being particularly relevant in terms of today’s increasing climate of juvenile violence.
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Keywords: domestic abuse, violence

Author(s)
Publisher
Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.
Publication year
2001
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
0-8059-5087-7

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