Do you know someone who may be in trouble? Are you at a loss for how to help them?
Sometimes when people are in trouble they do not share it. They may leave little clues and their behavior may be somewhat erratic. This is especially true when it comes to women who find themselves in abusive relationships.
Most women/young ladies who are in this situation do not want to admit to anyone especially themselves that it is happening. They feel alone, scared, dependent, but most of all they feel that it is their fault.
These women think they love the man who is hurting them but in reality, the abuse makes them feel as if they have done something or that they somehow deserve what they are receiving.
The men who abuse their wives/girlfriends are very controling of their wives/girlfriends bodies and mind. Some say, "why don't they just leave". I can assure you it is not that easy. She pretty much has to hit rock bottom before she can leave.
Roses for Maria faces the issue of Domestic Violence head on and dives deep down into the real story of a woman who had to find her way on her own.
This book is a must read for any woman. It sheds light on the issue of domestic violence and how "Maria" gained control of her life and moved on. It is a book that moves quickly and is packed with lots of events that occured in Maria's life.
Maria can be your next door neighbor, your sister, your cousin, or your best friend. Are you keeping care of the women in your life? If you suspect that there is something going on, just talking to her will not do the trick. Give her the book; Roses for Maria.