It's My Life Now
Starting Over After an Abusive Relationship
Now in its third edition, It’s My Life Now is a guide for survivors who have left an abusive relationship. It addresses—in clear, non-threatening language—various issues associated with abuse and violence, including post-relationship emotions, psychological impact, dealing with children, personal safety, legal problems, and financial security. Each chapter dismantles common myths about being in and leaving an abusive relationship and contains activities for self-exploration that survivors can complete as they navigate a new life free from abuse. Recommended by the National Coalition of Domestic Violence, this book is designed to benefit any survivor, no matter how much time has passed.
Meg Kennedy Dugan, MA, is the executive director of Voices Against Violence, a crisis center in Plymouth, New Hampshire. She serves on the local SART (Sexual Assault Resource Team) and is on the executive committee of the New Hampshire Violence Against Women Campus Consortium. For the past 17 years, she has worked with survivors of domestic and sexual violence and stalking. Roger R. Hock, PhD, is professor of psychology and human sexuality at Mendocino College in Northern California. He is the author of Forty Studies that Changed Psychology: Explorations into the History of Psychological Research, 7th Edition (2012, Pearson) and Human Sexuality, 5th Edition (2016, Pearson). He received his PhD from the University of California at San Diego.
|Verlag||Taylor and Francis|
|Maße (L/B/H)||22.8/15.4/1.7 cm|
|Abbildungen||2 Line drawings, black and white 5 Tables, black and white 2 Illustrations, black and white|