Noelle Sterne, Ph.D. Academic and dissertation coach, consultant, editor
In this book, Ms. Greene demonstrates a wisdom about domestic violence borne of tragedy. She understands from the stories of her relatives, and her own, how ultimate trust can become the ultimate violation. She learned the hard lessons herself and quickly took steps to extricate herself. But sorrowfully, she could not help her relatives…………………………..
BREAKING THE CYCLE… BREAKING THE SILENCE
(EXPOSING THE UGLINESS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE)
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Author and Writer Jennifer Brown Banks
In an effort to end this social plague, and to increase awareness of Domestic Violence, the Ina Mae Greene Foundation is proud to announce the upcoming release of “Blood Relatives” by Darlene Greene. This timely guide is part memoir, part self-help, part resource manual. More importantly, it’s a compelling read that could help save a life. Your purchase and support will allow us to continue this important work for women everywhere, and to make Domestic Violence a thing of the past.
Clara Freeman is a writer and author who use her voice to advocate for the rights of women, children and the elderly.
“Every 7 seconds a woman is beaten and abused by a partner or ex-partner. Every 48 hours a woman is being murdered in the United States and 25% of all homicides in this country of women between the ages of 15-24 are relationship or dating related.”
Darlene Greene knows about these and other related statistics when it comes to domestic abuse and violence against women and girls. She is a survivor of domestic violence. In her book, Blood Relatives: Breaking the Cycle; Breaking the Silence, Darlene opens a vein and bleeds her painful truth, which includes the turmoil and questions that would come in the aftermath of the violence inflicted upon a beloved cousin, aunt and younger sister.