Book Launch of Domestic Violence Escape Plan
Why Don't They Just Leave? Strongest Hope for the Future; Most Probably Time for Murder.
CALGARY, Aug. 20, 2013 /CNW/ - Jacquie Brown's book, Off the Map: Follow Me Out of Domestic Violence, launches September 29, 2013, at Ambrose atrium, 150 Ambrose Circle SW, Calgary. This informative and inspiring event will have something for everyone. Harmony through Harmony, the choral justice singers, will add their voice to the celebrations. Come find out why a swing shares the stage. Enjoy butterfly hash tag hunting and braided connections, hors d'oeuvres and refreshments. Can't attend? You can still participate through #followmeoffthemap.
Brown's book brings deeper understanding of the deadly dance holding victims of domestic violence captive, helping front-line supporters and loved ones save lives. Her book intertwines her personal story around insightful analysis and vital escape plans. More importantly, the enlightenment and encouragement it provides empowers victims to leave the violence and reach for the promise on the other side.
Off the Map: was a finalist for three writing awards and it is recommended by Focus on the Family Canada. Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup For the Soul says, "I found this book to be eye-opening. It is my profound hope that it will contribute to the end of domestic violence."
When Jacquie escaped the violence and arrived in Calgary she felt like a refugee who'd escaped persecution and arrived in the land of the free. She is now partnering with organizations like Sonshine, Mary Kay and Peer Support to help other abuse victims find their freedom.
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