From stark statistics to personal stories of women overcoming both personal and external adversity, Seal Press has published a wide variety of books dealing with the many aspects of abuse in our society, promoting healing, education, and unity.

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Stop Signs

Lynn Fairweather

$18.00 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
April 2012

Educational and empowering, Stop Signs exposes the discernable attributes, tactics, and deterrents of abusers, arming women with the tools they need to choose a safe and loving partner.

Invisible Girls

Dr. Patti Feuereisen, Caroline Pincus

$16.95 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
September 2009

Dr. Patti’s gentle guidance and girls’ powerful stories create an encouraging message about recovering from sexual abuse: Remarkable healing is possible if girls learn to share their stories in their teens and early twenties.

When the Piano Stops

Catherine McCall

$16.95 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
April 2009

When the Piano Stops is McCall’s revealing memoir detailing the abuse she suffered at the hands of her mentally ill father and her remarkable recovery as an adult.

Shout Out

Edited by Maria Ochoa and Barbara K. Ige

$22.00 USD, Trade Paper Original
January 2008

Shout Out seeks to answer many questions, among them: How do so many women survive the violence of their daily lives? Where do they find hope? How can this violence still occur?

In Love and In Danger

Barrie Levy, MSW

$12.95 USD, Trade Paper Original
October 2006

In Love and in Danger covers teen dating violence/abusive relationships by addressing young adults directly—in a straightforward and non-condescending manner.

You Can Be Free

Ginny NiCarthy and Sue Davidson

$14.95 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
January 2006

If you are a woman being hurt by someone you love, this book is for you. It can help you understand your situation and find ways to change it.

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