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20-Years After The DC-Sniper: New Book Reveals Multiple Untold Stories of Domestic Abuse
In The Midst of Chaos: Home Is The Most Dangerous Place To Be is a collaboration of stories from people who have left abusive relationships and shows how they overcame their situation. This compelling book aims to empower readers by encouraging them to recognise abuse in their relationships, set goals to change the situation, and take the first steps toward leaving their abusive partners.
[UK Publisher: The Book Chief Publishing House]
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Mildred is a global keynote speaker, international expert for the U.S. Department of State, a certified consultant with the U.S. Department of Justice/Office for Victims of Crime, CNN contributor, domestic abuse survivor, certified professional/
Mildred D. Muhammad's story is truly incredible. She was married to the D.C. sniper, John Allen Muhammad, and divorced him in 2000, prior to him carrying out the D.C. sniper attacks of October 2002, killing ten people across various states and injuring three more people. John Muhammad and his accomplice, Lee Boyd Malvo, were arrested in connection with the attacks on October 24, 2002, following tips from alert citizens. John ultimately sought to kill his ex-wife, gain custody of their children, and claim money given to victims' families.
After he was caught, Muhammad was executed by lethal injection in 2009. This book will leave readers shocked by the lengths some will go to inflict pain on others, as well as inspired by survivors' strength and sheer will. Mildred has transformed her traumatic experiences into something positive by raising awareness about the often-overlooked forms of abuse, such as verbal, mental, economic, spiritual, stalking and emotional abuse.
Fellow co-authors include Dionne Joi, Leda Watts, Yolanda Bibbs, Alison Ward, Tynia Canada, Jacqueline Miller, Rene' Michelle, Johan Rylander, Wendy Kier, Karen Ferguson, Karen Ward and Ana Williams.
Mildred said. "This powerful collection of compelling first-person stories is about resilience, courage, and strength. I am humbled and honoured to bring these stories to the rest of the world. We should all read these important stories to understand domestic abuse and violence better, as well as to help those who suffer in silence."
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