Second Editions of “Why Is He So Mean to Me?” and “God Is My Witness: Making a Case for Biblical Divorce,” Are Now Available

whyishesomeantome_header (2)

February 4, 2015                                                        Contact:  Cindy Burrell  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                                  

Author and abuse survivor Cindy Burrell is pleased to announce the release of the second editions of “Why Is He So Mean to Me?” and “God Is My Witness: Making a Case for Biblical Divorce.”

Burrell, the co-owner of stated, “We have been successful in reaching thousands upon thousands of women in 42 countries since we hit the internet with the release of “Why Is He So Mean to Me?” five years ago.  We are eager to help thousands more to understand abuse – and find healing.

“Virtually every person I meet knows someone in an abusive relationship, and oftentimes the abuse is not physical.  My book very clearly reveals the abuser’s mindset and tactics as well as the role the victim plays in the dysfunction, then equips her with the tools and information she needs to reclaim her value and her life.  Having survived 20 years in an abusive marriage, I know what I’m talking about,” Cindy added.

In addition to an in-depth look at the abuse dynamic, the second edition of “Why?” empowers a victim to trust her instincts, helps her to identify the abuser’s mental games, and also includes an important acknowledgement regarding couples counseling, explaining why it almost always fails where abuse is involved.

God Is My Witness,” thoroughly explores God’s design for marriage and the biblical substantiation for divorce.  The book offers a well-researched, alternative view that analyzes many of the Scriptures that lead many to conclude that God hates divorce or that getting a divorce for any cause other than adultery is unjustifiable.  “Scripture upholds the sanctity of marriage,” Cindy noted, “not merely the office of it.”

In addition to insightful articles and other resources available at, the books are available both as an e-book for only $8.95 or as a paperback for $14.98.   Readers may also find the second editions through Amazon and for Kindle.

Cindy specifically encourages potential abuse victims to visit, where they may find the kind of information and emotional support they need, stating “The truth really does have the power to set us free.”


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *