Can Men Also Be Victims Of Domestic Violence?: Is it possible that About two in five of all victims of domestic violence are men,contradicting the widespread impression that it is ...
Is it possible that About two in five of all victims of domestic violence are men,contradicting the widespread impression that it is almost always women who are left battered and bruised?
Is it possible that the number of men attacked by wives or girlfriends is much higher than thought.?
"Domestic violence is often seen as a female victim/male perpetrator problem, but is it possible that we have men out there who suffer same fate as the women who have cried out in the Domestic violence diaries we have read on this blog?
Male victims of domestic violence can and are frequently victims of abuse in the home, either at the hands of their female or, in the case of same-sex relationships, their male partner.
Abuse is a control issue - abusers believe they have the right to manipulate, control and humilate another person, and this belief is not only held by some men but also by some women...true?
Are Many of the effects of abuse for the male victim of domestic violence the same as for women? Are they are likely to feel deeply shamed, frightened, experience a loss of self-worth and confidence, feel isolated, guilty and confused about the situation?.
If a man is attacked by his wife or partner,does he just sit down and take the beating?can a man get emotionally damaged by a womans words?can a woman deal a man the same blows as we have read in the other DV diaries?
Men can be victims too?Tell us your story!