Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Patch Up By: Stephanie Witter~ Kayreads





Patch Up by Stephanie Witter was an emotional book. I could feel the healing within the words of the author. As someone who's gone to college and survived the experience I related very well to both Skye and Duke. I wanted to get inside of Skye's head and help her to feel special and important just as Duke tried doing with her from their very first encounter. The phrase "it takes one to know one" has never been more true. The only thing I think that Stephanie should have added to this story was a disclaimer at the very beginning of the book. When dealing with domestic violence and depression it is so important that readers are prepared for those things. With that being said I thought that Stephanie did a fantastic job of showing the severity of the situation and complete honesty in how a victim of domestic violence can feel and also in how those around you can help you when you no longer expect it.


OCTOBER IS STAND AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MONTH



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If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence please speak out it is never okay, there is never an excuse. Here are some resources if you or you believe someone you love is a victim of domestic violence.

The Joyful Heart
The National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233