This past month Muralt’s Family Foundation made a donation to pay for mailing books to shelters. So far we have mailed out over 240 books to shelters across the county. If you know of a shelter or domestic violence group who would be interested in receiving a free copy of the book Raised on Fear simply send us their mailing address through our contact form and we will send them a book.
It was a year ago that I last posted. The past few years have been financially difficult. We recently received a donation from the Muralt Family Foundation to provide copies of the book, Raised on Fear to domestic violence service organizations. This donation inspired us to provide more books and update our web site.
It has been reported to us that Raised on Fear is a great conversation opener for many people. Moms with their children, survivors of domestic violence, and grown children with their parents. The book was originally written to help me on my journey to creating a life of love, acceptance and compassion instead of a life of power and violence to control those closest to me in my life.
It worked for me. It has been over 20 years since I resorted to violence to control or stop someone I felt was threatening me. Each year I get a little quicker at accepting the things I can not change and realizing the only thing I can change is me…..
For the year of 2016, with each book purchase, we will donated one to anyone or organization you choose. Just email us in the contact form the name and address of the organization you would like the book sent to.
Thank you for visiting our web site. It needs updating. If you are interested in volunteering your time and have the ability to work on our web site. please contact me – firstname.lastname@example.org.
On average, nearly 20 people per minute are victims of physical violence by an intimate partner in the United States.
During one year, this equates to more than 10 million women and men. 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced [some form of] physical violence by an intimate partner within their lifetime.
From Chapter One – “I grew up in a world of violence and unpredictability. I learned to protect myself the best I could. I learned to take care of myself because no one else would. I learned to lie, to conceal, and to cover my fear with anger and violence.
No one knew the abuse that went on in our home, as we all learned to keep it hidden. No one knew my wish to make it stop. And later, no one knew the fear that overwhelmed me and drove me to hit and hurt the ones I loved most.”
This book exposes the thinking, beliefs and actions of a child who grows up to find himself being the abuser in his family. We follow his story from before childhood to the beginning of his journey to stop his violent and abusive behaviors.
Lee Cox offers powerful insights into his journey of healing himself. When he shares his story, his courage, candor and honesty inspire his audience to help stop domestic abuse. Lee speaks to: Students, Teachers, Law Enforcement, Domestic Violence Professionals, Civic organizations, Self Help groups and Community Leaders. Contact the EVE Foundation to have Lee speak at your next event.
“To create a future free of domestic violence.”
“We can”t solve problems by using the same kind of
thinking we used when we created them.”
Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of abusive behavior in any
relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control
over another intimate partner.
Domestic violence can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic, or
psychological actions or threats of actions that influence another person. This
includes any behaviors that intimidate, manipulate, humiliate, isolate, frighten,
terrorize, coerce, threaten, blame, hurt, injure, or wound someone.
“I grew up in a world of unpredictability and violence. I learned to take care of myself because no one else would. I learned to lie, to conceal and to cover my fear with anger and violence.” Raised on Fear is a true story by Lee Cox. A self healing, must-read. Buy today and get free shipping.
“I grew up in a world of violence and unpredictability. I learned to take care of myself because no one else would. I learned to lie, to conceal and to cover my fear with anger and violence.”
The EVE Foundation is impacting teens and adults who have been abused. Our programs open up conversations about hardship and abuse and inspire a positive view of the future, empowering people to go beyond the hurt and pain and to live life with an inspired purpose. It is our mission to make a real difference with humans by educating and continually re-igniting their flame of hope, inspiration, and purpose, so they can heal themselves.