In His Own Words: Self-Reflections at the End of an Abusive Marriage

It’s day 30 of Domestic Violence Awareness Month for Men and Boys, the invisible victims of domestic violence. “TI85″ reflects upon his marriage, his behavior and his soon-to-be ex’s behavior as he begins the divorce process. He experienced several kinds of abuse while married, including gaslighting, emotional abuse, physical abuse, jealousy, rage, passive aggression, blame […]

In His Own Words: FUBAR

It’s day 29 of Domestic Violence Awareness Month for men and boys, the invisible victims of domestic violence. “Christopher” is married to an abusive alcoholic woman whom he suspects has borderline personality disorder. Christopher, my advice to you is stop trying to protect and help her, and focus on protecting and helping yourself instead. Otherwise, […]

In His Own Words: Married to a Borderline

It’s day 25 of Domestic Violence Awareness Month for Men and Boys, the invisible victims of domestic violence. Have you ever wondered why we view men’s violence as criminal behavior and women’s violence as mental illness? Have you ever considered the ramifications of doing so? Male abusers are seen as bad men that women and […]