Daily Wisdom for Why Does He Do That?

Daily Wisdom for Why Does He Do That? : Encouragement for Women Involved with Angry and Controlling Men

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Each new day. One new meditation. One new step forward. Even if you ve read "Why Does He Do That?," it may be hard to see the truth of what is happening to you. You may feel overwhelmed by confusion, loss, and fear, and find yourself looking away from the truth and falling back into traumatic patterns. What you need is something that is there for you every day to help you make a long series of little changes that will ultimately add up to a big one. Like a constant friend, this collection of meditations is a source of strength and reassurance designed to speak to women like you, women in relationships with angry and controlling men. It helps you to digest what is happening a piece at a time, so that you can gain clarity, safety, and freedom. To learn to value and respect yourself even when your partner makes it very clear that he does not each day centers on one of seven themes designed to empower, encourage, and inspire you . . . Each New Day * Clarity * Your Own Best Friend * Your Relationships * Healing * Guiding Children * Surviving to Thrive You will see the truth in your destructive relationship. You and your children will survive. And with these encouragements even tomorrow will be a better day than today."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 464 pages
  • 137.16 x 187.96 x 33.02mm | 249.47g
  • Penguin Putnam Inc
  • Berkley Publishing Corporation,U.S.
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0425265102
  • 9780425265109
  • 82,690

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Praise for "Why Does He Do That?" "Bancroft has opened a window into the thinking of abusive men, and his book helps open a door out of abusive relationships."--Gavin de Becker, "New York Times "bestselling author of "The Gift of Fear "and "Fear Less" "This is without a doubt the most informative and useful book yet written on the subject of abusive men."--Jay G. Silverman, PhD, director, Violence Prevention Programs, Harvard School of Public Health "Jargon-free analysis is frequently broken up by interesting first-person accounts and boxes that distill in-depth information into simple checklists. Bancroft's book promises to be a beacon of calm for many storm-tossed families."--"Publishers Weekly" "Bancroft boldly asks--and brilliantly answers--the most important questions of all: Why do so many men abuse women? What can be done about it? This book is desperately needed and long overdue."--Jackson Katz, creator of the award-winning video "Tough Guise: Violence, Media and the Crisis in Masculinity" "This is essential reading for those in the helping professions and highly recommended."--"Library Journal" "At last--the straight scoop on men who abuse women. This is a book not just for abused women and domestic violence professionals, but for everyone who wonders why there's so much violence in America. Read it."--Ann Jones, author of "When Love Goes Wrong" and "Next Time, She'll Be Dead" "Bancroft helps women who feel trapped in unhealthy relationships make sense out of what is happening."--Sarah Buel, JD, codirector, Domestic Violence Clinic, and lecturer, University of Texas Law School "A compelling read about a tough topic. What you read here will come back to you long after you put the book down."--Angela Browne, author of "When Battered Women Kill" "An informative and necessary read."--Susan Weitzman, PhD, author of "Not to People Like Us: Hidden Abuse in Upscale Marriages"show more

About Lundy Bancroft

Lundy Bancroft has spent the last twenty-five years of his career specializing in the tactics of abusive men and their impact on women and children. He is author of four books in the field, including "Why Does He Do That?," the nation's largest-selling book on domestic abuse, "When Dad Hurts Mom," and co-author of "Should I Stay or Should I Go?." He has also written over a dozen articles in professional publications. The former Co-Director of Emerge, the nation s first program for abusive men, he is now a national trainer and public speaker for nonprofit, governmental, and judicial agencies on dealing with domestic abuse situations. Lundy leads weekend healing retreats for women who have escaped destructive relationships."show more