Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence
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Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence

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When most people think of domestic violence, images of battered women or abused children come to mind. But there is another side to this issue that is not as familiar--abused men. This unique book is the first to comprehensively examine this important but neglected social issue. Already praised by a diverse spectrum of readers--from Dear Abby's Abigail Van Buren, to the na

Hardcover, 170 pages
Published September 30th 1997 by Greenwood Press (first published September 1st 1997)
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Aug 22, 2009 Beth rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: abuse victims, mental health providers, those with an interest in dyfunctional behavior
For me, this book was a journey into an alien world without resorting to science fiction. I've had no experience with abusive relationships personally and have not had much interaction with anyone in this kind of relationship. It was extremely educational, and I got a much better picture of behaviors and interactions, that honestly, strike me as very very strange. Beyond opening up the strange world of abusive relationships, this book has additional fascinating features.

To begin with, there is...more
Maria Casey
This book is a very very important book. It's one of the first that speaks solely on the issue of domestic violence against men. In some places, it's a hard book to read. The stories of some of the interviewed men were quite heartbreaking.

The main focus of the book is to highlight that violence against men is an issue. Many people still don't understand that men can be victimised too, and this is the first thing that needs to change for men in abusive relationships to get any form of justice.

Very informative, and eye opening.
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“I have yet to meet a domestic relations attorney or judge (and I have discussed this with about thirty attorneys and six judges) who does not agree with this statement: Domestic relations cases should be taken out of the adversarial court system. Lawyers are not trained to deal with the psychological and social problems of families. We should not be asking them to do a job they are not trained to do.” 0 likes
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