Keep in mind that abusive relationships are bad things that happen to a lot of people, and they’ve been going on for a long time, even though we don’t want to admit it. This is a relationship that should be looked down on. One person mistreats the other all the time, loves it, and always comes up with a reason to do it again and again.
So, you might ask, what’s the point of making it look good in fiction? The opposite of glorifying that is to do that! By giving young people, especially those who read fiction, books that have an abusive relationship in them, we can teach them about the concept, show them how to look for signs, and, hopefully, keep them safe. The fact that the stories are made up is a good thing because real people of flesh and blood were not hurt, physically or psychologically, in the making of these stories. Those who are in relationships like this should be a warning to those who are in them about how to get out.
The Last Cotillion by Thadeus Parkland
For any woman who has been abused, this is a must-read. A book that tells the story of two amazing women who fight against the cruel lives that fate and family have given them. Truths that have been kept from family and friends for fear of shame and public humiliation are told.
During her last days, a grandmother revealed that her son was a stolen child. She moved forward into a life of service because of the death of her child. Victims of sex attacks: Both of these women were touched by people in ways they never thought possible. Both of them were eventually able to get better. One on her deathbed, the other through compassion and forgiveness.
Psychopath Free: Recovering from Emotionally Abusive Relationships With Narcissists, Sociopaths, and Other Toxic People
Emotional abuse is more common in relationships than most people think or would say. Psychopath Free is a book that gives advice and inspiration on how to get over psychopathic and emotional abuse. People who have been through something like this should read this guide. It was written by someone who was there.
One Little Secret: A Novel
One by one, Holahan gets to know each of these three couples and how they’re connected to each other and how they’re connected to each other and how they’re connected to each other. One of the couples is physically abusive.
But I Love Him by Amanda Grace
Amanda Grace wrote a book called But I Love Him. It tells the story of a girl who falls in love with a man who has been haunted by the past. If you believe this story, you will learn about a love that has gone wrong and how the protagonist got into an abusive relationship. For a small book, it shows both the abuser and the abusee in a clear and concise way.
Led Astray: A Crime Thriller by Karlianna Voncil
All readers should read this book because the main character is only 13 when the story starts. It’s a gritty, gripping thriller that will keep readers interested from the first page to the last.
Texas Panhandle is where this book is set. It talks about family and friends. It also talks about how much it can cost a young person to go with the wrong people. In this case, there is a lot of neglect, pressure from other people, gang-like mentalities, and teenage relationships in these types of relationships.
When Nothing Matters By Valeria Lopes
It was at the end of the 19th century, before slavery was outlawed in Imperial Brazil. Lucya, a beautiful 20-year-old, lived with her wealthy family on a coffee plantation outside of So Paulo city. But, even though it looked like everything was going well, things were about to get very bad for the well-off family and their slaves. The father and son had built a successful coffee business, but their gambling addictions caused them to go broke and lose everything.
Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman
Due to the fact that she is half Japanese, Kiko has always had trouble figuring out who she is. She doesn’t feel completely accepted by white society, but at the same time, she doesn’t feel ready to accept her Japanese heritage. They broke up, leaving her and two brothers with their narcissistic mother. Her only thing to look forward to is her art and her dream of going to Prism art school in New York. Jamie, her childhood best friend, comes back after a long time. She has to pick up the pieces and deal with him.
The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey
Perveen Mistry is one of the first female lawyers in India, and she spent her life fighting for the rights of women in her country. She was born in Bombay in 1921. She becomes suspicious when she finds out that the wealthy Omar Farid died and left his money to his three widows. All of them signed over their money to charity. During her investigation, Perveen gets to know the lone widows, and she finds out a very bad thing.
The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace
In her first collection of poems, Lovelace shares stories of perseverance and inspiration. She tells the story of her life in three parts called the princess, the damsel, and the queen, as well as a section where she talks directly to the reader and society at large. Lovelace uses fairy tale metaphors and beautiful language to talk about how she was abused and how she rose above it.
It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover
Lily saw her mother being abused by her father when she was a child. She promised herself that she would be smarter and stronger. So when Lily starts dating neurosurgeon (and total babe) Ryle Kincaid, she’s excited when it all turns out to be a fairy tale. Their relationship and marriage are put to the test, however, when the one thing Lily said she would never do happens.
Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams
Queenie is a British Jamaican woman who lives in London. She is our main girl. People make fun of her because she’s from two different cultures. She feels like she’s stuck in the middle. After a messy breakup, Queenie looks for comfort with the wrong people. They break her self-esteem and make her think about what she deserves.
Paper Butterflies by Lisa Heathfield
The book moves back and forth between June’s childhood and the present day. June, a mixed race child, is now living with a white family. She is abused both mentally and physically by her stepmother and her stepsister, who acts as an accomplice, while her biological father doesn’t know. He and his family become her friend.
I Have Something to Tell You: A Memoir by Natalie Appleton
Appleton tells the story of how she left everything and moved to Thailand on a whim, and how it turned out. She talks about why she left so quickly, how her family relationships affected how she was raised, how she felt suffocated in a small town, and what happened one night in Bangkok that changed her whole life.