: How to Survive Sexual Assault for Women, Men,
Teenagers, and Their Friends and Families
by Helen Benedict, Susan Brison *Review*
Fairy Godmothers No Magic Wands; The Healing Process After Rape
by Judith H. Katz
Assault : Will I Ever Feel Okay Again?
by Kay Scott
to Man When Your Partner Says No : Pressured Sex and Date Rape
by Scott Johnson
of the Survivors
by Patricia Easteal
Emotional Rape Syndrome: How to Survive and Avoid It
by Michael Fox *Synopsis by Author*
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This beautiful gift book is based on Dr. Dobson's bestseller of the same
title. It is a meaningful way to express love and sympathy to anyone
suffering loss and asking the tough "why" questions.
Review: Catherine Reiman, NJ, USA , 02/12/98
Inspiration for those facing life's difficulties/tragedies.
I found this book to be inspiring in allowing us to see that God does not
turn His back on us in times of trouble. Dr. Dobson answers the
questions about why bad things happen and how we can reconcile these
events with our view of God as our loving and concerned Father.
I am also reading this one at this time. I will let you know what I think of it, but I am pretty sure it will all be good! -Tearjerker
Booknews, Inc. , 03/01/95
An excellent resource handbook for survivors of sexual violence and
those who support them, offering the crucial prerequisites to healing:
acknowledgment, comfort and information. Provides detailed and
compassionate discussion of recovery; common myths and reactions;
what you can do for yourself; abuse by family members; and information
specific to gays and lesbians, children, teenagers, older people and men.
Includes a state-by-state resource list and includes Puerto Rico and
Canada. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
The Emotional Rape Syndrome: How to Survive and Avoid It
by Michael Fox
The author, Michael Fox http://www.flash.net/~mikefox , 03/16/97
Synopsis of Book
The first of its kind, this pioneering book is about identifying and
preventing emotional rape -- the use of someone's higher emotions, such
as love, without consent. Emotional rape is commonly found, but not
limited to, male/female relationships. Unlike physical rape, victims of
emotional rape can be both men and women. The Emotional Rape
Syndrome defines emotional rape and explores specific steps (and
pitfalls) in recovery. Self-defense and other related topics are also