• Enough!

  • Taking Back Your Life after Years of Abuse
  • By: L. David Harris
  • Narrated by: Rebecca Roberts
  • Length: 2 hrs and 55 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (116 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you are interested in this book, chances are you know that you are in an abusive relationship and want out. You may be looking for help to decide what to do next. You may be looking for information about what you can do about your situation. You may be ready to leave but are unsure how to go about it. You may not even be sure if you are being abused, but you have a feeling that something isn't quite right at home or with your significant other.

This book aims to give you all the answers you need to decide if you are in an abusive relationship and what you should do if you are. This book will help you decide whether you are being abused, how the abuse can affect you and others around you, and what you can do to get out of an abusive situation.

There are no easy answers to abuse. Oftentimes, people who are caught in the cycle of abuse may feel like they have no way out. They may feel like they don't deserve any better than what they currently have. They may feel like a complete failure for letting their life spiral so far out of control that they don't even know what to do next. They often blame themselves for the abuse, and therefore, because it is their fault, they can't even imagine that there is a way out. They may not be able to see a way out at all.

You may feel that these words describe you perfectly. Feeling trapped is common. To make a change in an abusive relationship takes a lot of courage and a lot of strength, plus some help. But I am here to tell you that you deserve better than being abused. You deserve to be happy, to be treated well, and to pursue your dreams. You deserve to get out and rebuild your life. I will not promise quick or easy answers. What I will talk about is how you can start rebuilding your life beginning now. Take back your life, and you'll be so happy you did.

©2015 L. David Harris (P)2016 L. David Harris

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Informative

Has everything you need. Very informative. Step by Step walks you through, making great changes in your life.

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Good book for Women (only)

As a man who has experienced this, it has an overarching resonance. But it is definitely written for women only.

If you’re female - it’s a good read.

If you’re male - not enough insight into our areas of opportunity when we are the victim of domestic abuse and violence.

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not worth the time

Just emotional abuse?! Minimizing emotional abuse is never helpful . Emotional abuse is just as damaging as other forms of abuse.

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Your significant other…?

Way to go trying to uplift a woman’s confidence by calling them a half, not whole, by implementing and repeating through the entire book stating that their abuser/lover is their “significant other”.

Two steps forward. One step back.

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Resource book

Great resources and information on how to stop abuse or after being in an abusive relationship.

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Helpful for Planning

This was a helpful guide to identifying abuse and empowering you to make a move if that aligns with your goals.

I would have rated 5 stars if Wikipedia was not listed as a resource.

I like the layout for an audiobook and highly recommend this read.

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Pass

The author writes that it would have been too difficult to use both male and female pronouns. I'm not sure how using just the female being the abused and the male being the abuser was any easier. Clearly a bias in her prose.
The narrator sounded curt. Her voice was brash and jaded and was not one of somebody I'd enjoy listening to ever.

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Excellent!!!

This book is point on. It’s a great tool to give any victim of abuse the tools to change their lives.

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Good advice! Well done...read, follow, pray!!!!

So much relative information. I especially like the references. It provides encouragement to prepare, to seek assistance, to thrive not only survive. A concise map to freedom.

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glitches

this book had a lot of glitches and Skip's in it if it wasn't for that I would have been able to listen to the whole entirety of the book but what I did here was very helpful