Book Abused Men
Men and Abuse: A book review.
Verbal as well as physical abuse by women is the reason behind some divorces andrelationship endings, even if that reason is never given or even realized by the men andwomen involved.
Abused Men-The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence
by Phillip W. Cook
Men: If you suspect your present or last relationship was abusive, you should read thisbook. Men: Was Your Last Relationship Abusive? Although it is a littleknown fact, men as well as women are abused in relationships. Many men in abusiverelationships either don’t realize they are being abused or can not admit, even tothemselves, that a woman could abuse them.
Verbal as well as physical abuse by women is the reason behind some divorces andrelationship endings, even if that reason is never given or even realized by the men andwomen involved. Sometimes abuse is dismissed as PMS or "just the way women are so emotional."But if you suspect your present or last relationship was abusive, you should read thisbook.
This eye-opening book begins by examining the most common misconceptions about theissue of male abuse.
After laying the groundwork for a serious reconsideration of how society thinksabout domestic violence, Cook allows a number of abused men to tell their stories. He thenputs these experiences in the context of what therapists and others who have worked withsuch men know about domestic violence and how the male victim is similar to, yet differentfrom, his female counterpart.
Cook shows how the abused man, his friends and family, and the abusive or abusedwoman can come to grips with domestic violence.
Abused Men-The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence explores a range of peoplesviews from Emmy-Award winning actress Judith Light, to news reporters, sociologists,attorneys, and many others as they explain the resistance to and the acceptance of,domestic violence against men as a significant social problem.
Abused Men-The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence offers gripping, emotionalstories, self-help for victims and those concerned about them, and provocative insightinto public issues, and provides a basic reference source for professionals. This workpresents practical solutions for reducing domestic violence, whether its victims are maleor female.
Drawing from a variety of sources, the final chapter of the book brings the diverseelements together and proposes practical low-cost solutions for reducing domestic violencewhether its victims are male or female.
The author is a former broadcast journalist who won awards from the Associated Pressand The Professional Journalism Society. He has been a director of news at several majormarket radio stations, and has also been a television news reporter and anchor.
Abused Men-The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence is a book any manshould read if he even has a nagging suspicion he has been or is being abused.
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