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2007 Arkansas Domestic Relations Handbook Volume 1 of 2 for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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This is Volume One of Two. Volume Two is sold separately. This is a practical guide to family law practice in Arkansas.
2007 Arkansas Domestic Relations Handbook - Volume 2 of 2 for Non-Members By Arkansas Bar Association
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This is Volume Two of Two. Volume One is sold separately. This is a practical guide to family law practice in Arkansas.
A Promise To Protect: The Abuse Survivor's Handbook By Gerry Davis
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This book empowers the abuse survivor by providing survivor rules that can be utilized as therapeutic tools toward their own journey of healing to overcome fear, shame, learning how to forgive and... More > move on to a healthy way of living. It may also help family and friends of survivors understand the debilitating result on the survivor’s relationships. Clinical aspects related to the survivor’s child abuse are carefully examined, allowing the reader to initiate the connection to professional mental health treatment and realize the therapeutic value. Readers are armed with current research information, confirming how prevalent child abuse is in families today and how it has quickly turned into a disturbing common social condition. The author and child abuse survivor also ushers the reader through her own personal traumatizing experiences of sexual, physical and emotional abuse; her heroic struggle to escape as a teenager and journey of healing as an adult.< Less
A Promise To Protect: The Abuse Survivor's Handbook By Gerry Davis
Paperback: $19.99
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This book empowers the abuse survivor by providing survivor rules that can be utilized as therapeutic tools toward their own journey of healing to overcome fear, shame, learning how to forgive and... More > move on to a healthy way of living. It may also help family and friends of survivors understand the debilitating result on the survivor’s relationships. Clinical aspects related to the survivor’s child abuse are carefully examined, allowing the reader to initiate the connection to professional mental health treatment and realize the therapeutic value. Readers are armed with current research information, confirming how prevalent child abuse is in families today and how it has quickly turned into a disturbing common social condition. The author and child abuse survivor also ushers the reader through her own personal traumatizing experiences of sexual, physical and emotional abuse; her heroic struggle to escape as a teenager and journey of healing as an adult.< Less