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Author: Renesia Martin Narrator: Renesia Martin Publisher: Author's Republic Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: June 2019 ISBN: 9781662104763
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With 275 million impacted worldwide, UNICEF calls childhood domestic violence "One of the most damaging, unaddressed human rights violations in the world today."

In her early thirties, Renesia Martin seemed to have it all together. She was thriving in her corporate career, and she was married to an outgoing and handsome man, in a beautiful home in an upper-class neighborhood. Yet, behind closed doors she was living in the cycle of abuse.

"Don't Hit My Mama" is a memoir where Renesia recounts what she saw, heard and felt as a child-witness of domestic violence, and how it impacted her early development and later in life as an adult. In addition, she openly shares the process she went through to bring restoration and healing, first to herself, and ultimately, to her family.

**Don't live in the cycle of domestic violence another day. You can break the cycle.** Download and start listening now!


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About the Author

Renesia Martin has eighteen years of leadership experience in the financial services sector for a Fortune 50 company. She received her degree in journalism and her certificate of business administration from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Giving back to the community is important to Renesia. She has worked with Girls Inc., Girl Scouts Council of Nebraska, Girl Scouts Council of Minnesota, Boys and Girls Club of America, and Minneapolis Legal Aid Society.