Emotional Abuse: GET OUT!

Emotional Abuse: GET OUT! Before It Ruins Your Life.: What are the illnesses associated with abuse? How does it affect your self-esteem? And how can the … help you end the abuse? (Abridged Version)

By (author): Ketty Rodriguez

Emotional abuse is inflicted in women all across the United States and all around the world. It is a serious problem that can leave deep scars not seen outside the curtains of the home. Learn how to identify the signals of emotional abuse in your love ones and in your own relationship, and gain the mental fortitude to get out of the relationship before it’s too late.

Emotional abuse also has socio-economic and health consequences, that have been overlooked by societyand locked up in the privacy of the couple.

With the help of research studies, interviews of experts and my own personal experience; this book will help you discover how women are affected by abusive husbands, boyfriends, lovers and other intimate partners.

Educating and stopping emotional abuse in women is my purpose in this book. I’ve seen the effects of abuse in women of all ages. Many times they are the last to know they are abused. They blame themselves, they try to fix or treat their abuser or feel they have to stay in the relationship because it’s their job or their destiny.

We need to change this circle of suffering starting with information and empowerment. This book will be the first step for many women. If you know someone in an abusive relationship, give them the book but after you read it yourself. This way you will learn to read the signs and help your loved one. 
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Emotional Abuse: Get Out!

Before It Ruins Your Life. Be Categorical, Protect your Health and Live Fully. (Abridged Version)

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Ketty Rodriguez
Ketty Rodriguez is a journalist born in Venezuela, that later became a U.S. citizen. She worked for almost a decade at El Nuevo Herald, a sister publication of The Miami Herald--a prominent Spanish newspaper in the United States.
At El Nuevo Herald, Mrs. Rodriguez worked as a news reporter and did an outstanding job with the Miami Dade Public School System. She wrote balanced articles that always kept in mind, the teacher's concerns and the student's rights. She is highly respected by the community for her work and integrity as a journalist.
In Venezuela, after having graduated from Andres Bello Catholic University, she started her career at Ultimas Noticias (UltiNot), the most emblematic newspaper in the country which targets the vast majority of the working-class population.
At UltiNot, she learned of the harsh reality existing in Caracas's poor suburbs including the constant strikes of workers demanding their rights, and the growing problem of violence and crime in the Capital.
Later, she wrote as a political reporter at El Diario de Caracas, an alternative newspaper (currently extinct).
Mrs. Rodriguez studied diplomacy at The Institute of Diplomat Studies Pedro Gual but she didn't finish it. Instead, she decided to leave her country and come to the United States when Hugo Chavez and his Communist Revolution took power in 1999.
In 2009, she left El Nuevo Herald to start her writing career. She has published one non-fiction book "Hijas del Abuso" (Daughters of Abuse) that talks about emotional abuse, and one novel, "Caracas, El Valle del Miedo" (Caracas, the Valley of Fear).

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