Book List

Books that may be of help to families:

*Dangerous Relationships: How to Stop Domestic Violence before it Stops You, by Novelle Nelson

*Eleven Building Blocks of Domestic Violence Prevention, by Kenn I. Hicks, LCSW Licensed Clinical Social Certified Domestic Violence Counselor

*Domestic Violence and Child Protection: Directions for Good Practice, edited by Cathy Humphreys and Nick Stanley

*One Kid at a Time, by Jake Dekker (Foster Care System and Adoption)

*Down Range to Iraq and Back, by Bridget C. Cantrell, Ph.D. and Chuck Dean (PTSD and effects on families also applicable to domestic violence and other trials)

*It’s My Life Now: Starting Over After an Abusive Relationship or Domestic Violence, by Meg Kennedy Dugan and Roger R. Hock

*Healing The Scars Of Emotional Abuse, by Gregory L. Jantz

*Behind Closed Doors, Violence in the American Family, by Murray A. Staus, Richard J. Gelles, Suzanne K. Steinmertz

*Healing The Hurt in your Marriage, by Dr. Gary and Barbara Roseberg

*The Hidden Value Of A Man, The Incredible Impact Of A Man On His Family by Gary Smalley and John Trent, Ph.D.

*Healing Trauma, A Pioneering Program for Restoring the Wisdom of Your Body, by Peter A. Levine, Ph. D.

*Rock Solid Relationships by Wendy L. Watson, Ph.D.

*The Soft Reply, Ideas for Christlike Communication, by Barlow L. Packer

*The Five Languages of Apology, How to Experience Healing in All Your Relationships, by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas

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Books about Susan’s Case

  Released May 2014.  Gregg Olsen and Rebecca Morris’s Book  “If I Can’t Have You”   The book is very well done.  This book gives details that  were known only to investigators, and insights and opinions of those with the most interaction with the persons involved in the case.   Rebecca and Gregg interviewed many of …

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