Optometrist and Domestic Abuse Survivor Helps Other People See the Blind Spots That Keep Them in Bad Relationships
Dr. Dellia Evans gives a voice to victims who suffer in silence through her upcoming book and her speeches
01 Oct, 2019, 08:41 ET
JACKSON, Miss., Oct. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- One in four women and one in seven men in the United States have experienced severe physical violence in their relationships, statistics that paint a picture of just how common domestic violence is. Dellia Evans, O.D., knows the issues associated with abusive relationships only too well having been married to a man who abused her for nearly 20 years. Now happily wed to another man, Dr. Dellia, an optometrist, is sharing her story with others in her new book, Heart Vision: How to See Your Path Forward When You're in a Dark Place.
A terrific guest for Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October, Dr. Dellia can talk about:
- How men and women can overcome their need for approval that keeps them captive in destructive relationships
- Why some women don't realize they're being emotionally abused
- A quiz for determining if your relationship qualifies as abusive
- Think you can change how your spouse is mistreating you? Think again
- Surprising reasons why Christian women stay in abusive marriages
About Dr. Dellia
Dellia Evans, O.D., is a certified laser vision correction surgeon and optometrist who has helped more than 250,000 patients maintain eye health in the past 25 years. She owns Odom's Eye Care-Optical in Jackson. Dr. Dellia is a Christian leader who helps people to see more clearly physically and spiritually. She obtained her Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and is a graduate of Faith Bible Institute. Heart Vision is her first book.
Contact: Dellia Evans, O.D., (884)798-9898; [email protected]; Skype; [email protected]; www.drdellia.com
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