In His Own Words: Nice Guy Meets Abusive Borderline Personality Disordered Woman, Part II

It’s day 23 of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Today’s In His Own Words is the second part to Kyle’s story. Yet, despite all of this, like a good lapdog, I held on due to my beliefs about correcting my past mistakes and not letting God down. But the constant fighting was starting to wear on me. [...]

In Her Own Words: My Husband’s Ex-Wife Abused Him with the Help of Family Court and His Parents

It’s day 7 of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Today’s submission is written by “Brenda,” a woman whose husband was abused by his ex-wife. Hi Dr. T, One of the saddest things I have seen in the past few years is the blindness and projection around male victims of domestic violence. My husband was divorced years [...]

In His Own Words: Men Can’t Be Abused, Can They?

It is day 2 of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Today’s In His Own Words is an emancipation proclamation of sorts. “JC’s” experiences are an illustration of how some men can be blind to the often egregious abuse they suffer. If a man had chucked a coffee mug at a woman’s head, there would be no doubt such behavior is abusive. Because [...]