Domestic Violence isn't bias towards any particular race, gender, or social economic status. It can and has affected many men, women, boys and girls without any regard. Statistically, there are thousands of domestic violence cases reported yearly. The number of women and children who are affected are insurmountable.Carolyn Washington-Hunter has chronicled the domestic violence that plagued her life for many years in her new book, "From a Victim to a Voice." She will take you on a journey of sexual molestation from not one, but three very close relatives that started at the tender age of four. This tragedy caused Carolyn to spiral out of control, looking for someone, anyone to mend her broken pieces and provide some form of self-worth. Her journey led her down a destructive path with several abusive men, but one with his charisma and charm, caused her to lose everything.As you read through the pages of this book, you will laugh, cry, get angry, self-reflect; but most of all you will hear the voice of a woman who fought to regain her life, for herself and her three children. This story may be your story, and if it is, just know that in the end Domestic Violence doesn't win.