Like The Wind The Life of Elizabeth Przepiorka Landis and Her Escape from Domestic Violence/Abuse This book is a collection of a journal kept by a young woman in her fight against abuse. This book will hopefully open the eyes of many people so that they are aware of the devastation that abuse can cause for generations. The abuse that occurs: stems from domestic violence to the abuse of power and ends with the loss of physical abilities and at times the loss of life. It also covers the devastations caused to innocent people because of the abuse of power. To the many survivors that are still with us and to all that have lost a loved one to this disease. We must stop/prevent this disease so that our future generations will not have to experience this horror. God did not make anyone on this earth to be abused by another. The respect for every human being should be a standard. The respect for life appears to be lost at this time and must be found again. Through prayer and education of those unaware of the things that cause these unwarranted deaths, it is time to end the vicious cycle. Elizabeth Przepiorka Landis was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and has lived in several different states over the last two decades. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Science of Nursing and, has been a practicing Registered Nurse since 1993. She has three beautiful children who inspired her to write this book. This book is based on real life drama. She hopes to inspire people to be God following and to be respectful of all life. She also hopes to fight abuse and to stop loved ones from being abused by someone or from abusing themselves with illegal substances.
Number Of Pages: 200
Published: 29th April 2010
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 14.0 x 21.59 x 1.14
Weight (kg): 0.26