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Relationship Abuse Book by Norva Abiona Ranked as Amazon #1 and International Bestseller

(Newswire.net — September 8, 2015) Chatham, Kent — Entitled Time to Go! Leaving Emotional Abuse and Other Forms of Abusive Relationships: Your Guide on How to Leave Your Abusive Spouse Quickly and Safely Even If You Have No Money, the book has been downloaded numerous times, resulting in it gaining the ranking of Amazon International Bestseller in multiple catogeries. To date the book has peaked at the coveted #1 position in one of its categories.

Time to Go is an informative and instructional Book combining the personal account of author, Norva, along with giving advice to women who are trapped in abusive relationships. The book provides details of the author’s life as an abused wife and how she escaped, intertwined with facts and a number of steps to guide its readers in dealing with similar situations and starting over.
In order to make the book widely accessible, Norva offers a Kindle version on Amazon, allowing abused women and other interested readers to get the information at a very reasonable cost. In addition, a paperback version is available at a competitive price. Amazon shoppers have been taking advantage of both versions, resulting in the bestseller rank being bestowed on the publication.
Relationship abuse, also known as domestic abuse, is a global problem affecting many women and men. Having escaped from her ordeal, Norva decided to pen the book as an empowerment and educational tool. The book is broken down into several segments to enhance readability and make it easier for readers to follow the advice and steps. They include a synopsis on abuse, Norva’s survival story and a chapter dedicated to raising finance to fund your leaving. There is also a helpful step-by-step guide on how abused individuals can start a new life.
“I so appreciate this book and its Author Norva Semoy Abiona. Being a domestic abuse survivor, I recommend this book to anyone who may be experiencing the same abuse I suffered. Please know that there is hope and a chance to survive. Norva is an awesome author,” said Author Tina A. Hobson, a verified Amazon reviewer who gave the book full marks.

About Norva Semoy Abiona

Norva Abiona is a Relationship Coach, #1 Amazon Bestselling International Author, Motivational Speaker and Mentor. She is the founder and CEO of Real Fulfillment International the parent company of The Wise Wife and My Choice Marriage. She is known as The Relationship Change Catalyst as she promotes to wives how they can ‘Overcome through Change.’ Norva is dedicated to helping dispirited wives who may be feeling frustrated or fearful to turn those situations around so they can live a more fulfilled life. Get your copy of Time to Go! Leaving Emotional Abuse and Other Forms of Abusive Relationships.

Norva Semoy Abiona

Norva Semoy Abiona
Chatham, Kent ME4 4JB
United Kingdom

Manipulation In Marriage

The word manipulation certainly does not have good implications. When one manipulates someone, the first things that come to mind are handling selfishly and cunningly, so as to gain something in return. Therefore, when manipulation happens in a marriage, it absolutely does not bode well. Marriage should be built on mutual love, respect, understanding and positivity. It should be about a couple working together to build a happy and fulfilling future in the relationship. So if there is manipulation present, one of the spouses is suffering, as the other spouse (the manipulator) is doing things that will be in his or her favour only.

One of the main problems with manipulation in marriage is that often the spouse that is being manipulated does not even realise it. First of all we all expect to be treated well by our spouse, and when this does not happen, we may fail to notice how bad it is becoming as we go along. Moreover, all manipulative people have the tendency of twisting your thoughts and sometimes even actions, and so you end up being moulded into somebody else, who, at the end of the day, serves the spouse’s purposes and preferences. The victim gets lost in the process, as he or she cannot be their authentic self.

A manipulative spouse could be forcing his or her insecurities on you or make you doubt yourself. Often, that person will make you feel responsible for whatever happens. If he or she feels down, they manages to make you feel responsible for it, even if you do not have anything to do with it. Manipulative spouses will manage to make you feel guilty easily. They will also make you want what they want, even if deep down it is not something you really like or look forward to.

If you think you are in a manipulative marriage, it is important that you try to do something about it. Such a relationship is not just unhealthy but toxic and it is a form of relationship abuse, no matter how subtle it show up.

For more information on Domestic Abuse and how you can safely leave purchase a copy of my book ‘Time To Go! Leaving Emotional Abuse and other forms of Abusive Relationships’, available on Amazon worldwide.