Bloomington, IN, June 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Much has been said about child abuse, but even though it continues to be a hot topic in the media and communities today, information that is being discussed and disseminated only comprise a part of the entire picture.
In fact, there is so much more to child abuse than what is being featured in movies and television programs, or what is being talked about in the news or on talk shows.
The lack of agreement on the definitions of child abuse could be a factor why child abuse, among other deplorable acts, continues to be a problem in society. The Xlibris book, About Abuse, attempts to provide a solution to this.
Author Judith Rose’s self-published book presents appropriate definitions and untold information about child abuse. About Abuse stresses the importance of knowing the appropriate elements of child abuse. This way, it will be easier to lessen the plight of those who are victims and potential victims of child abuse.
Children need to be in a place that freely allows them to enjoy and appreciate life, and freely interact with the world. About Abuse also emphasizes that true involvement in the fight against child abuse needs deeper knowing as well as thorough awareness and information.
About the Author
For over 40 years in her professional life, Judith Rose’s endeavors have always been wide-ranged. She founded and ran several businesses, among which include an adult education and social center, a business consulting firm and a property timesharing magazine and exhibition company. Judith also pursued her Masters in Community Counseling from Barry University, after which she went on to practice as a trainer and psychotherapy.
Her self-published book, About Abuse is the fruit of her knowledge and training as a professional mental health practitioner as well as her own life experience too.
Xlibris was founded in 1997 and, as the leading publishing services provider for authors, has helped to publish more than 20,000 titles. Xlibris is based in Bloomington, IN and provides authors with direct and personal access to quality publication in hardcover, trade paperback, custom leather-bound, and full-color formats.
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