How You Can Help!

Book an Event

  

he author, Julia Chadwell is available to speak to civic groups, church groups, women's shelters or prisons, book clubs, conventions, book fairs, or Domestic Violence Rallies.  She shares her inspiring story of survival and triumph against great odds.  She and her eight children now live in peace and prosperity.

Get Involved. Use the action button on the Home Page to contact us to schedule an event or order a book. 

Sale!

Little Texas Sweetheart, A Journey Through Domestic Violence, is on sale for $10.00 only at this website.  All proceeds go to help women in prisons and in shelters.

Order now!  don't miss the opportunity to share valuable information with one who is hurting, and to find out what you should and should not do to help!      Little Texas Sweetheart is also available on Kindle and Amazon. 

Testimonials

Hi  Julia, I finally had a chance to sit down and read your book.  I started it yesterday, and I couldn't put it down. I love the way it is written.  I couldn't believe all the things you experienced both good and bad. It seems like the events you only see in the movies. I endorse it and advertise it to other people.  It  is a must read! 

Thank you, Franchette Padrigon 

Signs and Symptoms

  • Does your partner take pleasure in embarrassing you?
  • Does he/she put down your accomplishments?
  • Do you often put up with intimidation or threats?
  • Have you been grabbed, pushed, or shoved?
  • If your partner claims that the influence of drugs or alcohol was what caused them to treat you wrongly or blame you for everything, you need to take a serious look at what is happening!

Help is available!  don't  delay!  Call the Domestic Violence Hotline

1.800.799.SAFE (7233)

Anonymous and Confidential

Help 24/7  www.thehotline.org

Why Does DV Happen?

Why does she stay?

Why is he so violent?

What are the danger signs?

What can others do to help?

What services are available?


Characteristics of an Abuser

  • Low Self-esteem
  • Traditional outlook, the man is superior
  • Difficulty coping with stress
  • Does not verbalize feelings
  • Intense insecurity, jealousy, very possessive
  • Behavior extremes - charming vs. violent


A National Crisis

   

Domestic Violence has been around since the beginning of time, but in today’s world it has become so rampant that nearly everyone in the United States has been personally affected by it in some way. This scourge is heartbreaking, but help is available.  It is vital to get out the word that resources are available to victims.  We must not be silent!   

The strong connection between addiction and domestic violence is obvious. The havoc wreaked upon innocent children is inexcusable.