Book: Domestic Violence - How To Map Out an Exit Strategy by Marsha Dean Walker, James E Eastwood
categories: Book, Relationships, Anger Management, Financial Planning, Domestic Violence
Marsha Dean Walker about this book: If ever there was a shining example of not judging a book by its cover, Domestic Violence-How to Map Out An Exit Strategy is that book.
Just as people plan a wedding, leaving an abusive relationship requires an even more detailed plan. The difference is the abused person's life depends on a successful disengagement strategy- a new life plan. As a 40+ year survivor of domestic violence (my story is also in the book), I know the importance of having a plan that allows someone to physically, emotionally and financially, and legally transition from victim to survivor. My husband, Jim Eastwood and I decided to combine our collective 50 years of experience in the areas of financial planning, relationship coaching and anger management to teach people how to map out and implement an exit strategy that would take them through the various stages of moving away from the abusive environment and not only surviving but thriving in their new lives.
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