Rebecca has simple dreams. A promotion. Children. A happy marriage. But can she have it with Mitch?
Though she carefully keeps secrets to guard her safety, her marriage to Mitch, a successful doctor, is brutal, and his abuse is escalating. A promotion at the bank could be the answer to her prayers, but Mitch has different plans for her life.
Ultimately, Rebecca must face her own inner demons before she can act. Will she be able to find her former, stronger self before Mitch destroys her completely?
When Katelin Maloney sees a huge wrong in our society like domestic violence, she doesn’t just wish it away. She works diligently and passionately to help right that wrong. A dedicated advocate and survivor of domestic violence herself, Katelin writes novels exposing the complexities of this social epidemic and the impact it has on victims.
Committed to being part of the solution, Katelin spends time as a domestic violence advocate and member of the Community Action Team for Betty Griffin House, located in St. Augustine, Florida. Katelin also speaks to a variety of audiences providing awareness and strategies for moving forward towards a world without domestic violence.
With YOUR TOOL GUIDE FOR A HAPPY MARRIAGE, you will discover the path to a long, loving, and successful marriage; no matter what issues you encounter along the way.
Each chapter of this candid and therapeutic book examines issues you may face in day-to-day married life, and helps you uncover the best way to solve it.
The core of this invaluable book is tried-and-true methods paired with all the practical tools you need to craft your very own happily-ever-after.
Faith G. Joyner
Faith loves to see people thrive and live to their full potential. Her passion for people began early in her career when she served in the United States Air Force. While in the Air Force she traveled to several countries, including Germany where she met her wonderful husband, Jamahl, of 12 years.
Since then, she has received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University, where her passion grew even stronger. Faith has over 7 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families. She is a Pre-Clinical Fellow Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Faith is currently working towards her licensure in the states of Florida and Georgia. She also serves as an advocate for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse.
Freeing Yourself Financially: A Woman’s Guide to Rebuilding Her Finances after Divorce is a step-by-step guide to gaining control of your finances. It covers topics such as creating a workable budget, reducing expenses, increasing income, dealing with credit card debt, life insurance matters, and saving for different goals.
Tools from this book have been taken from the author’s own experiences after her divorce, where she had to learn how to survive and take care of her children on a much lower income than she previously had.
Kristin K. Paul
Kristin Paul has spent her life helping others succeed. She is a wife, mother of two boys, and a domestic violence survivor and advocate.
Kristin has written Freeing Yourself Financially based on her own experiences in order to help other women achieve financial freedom.
Kristin earned a Master’s Degree in Banking and Finance from the University of Alabama. She has been an Investment Executive and a finance and economics college professor.
She volunteers for Betty Griffin House, the domestic violence and sexual assault organization in St. Augustine, Florida, and she writes novels that deal with domestic violence under her pen name, Katelin Maloney.