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The best chapter of this book is when Austin writes a full length apology to his wife. This chapter goes into extensive detail that can help people identify the subtle ways that emotional abuse and neglect seep into a relationship/5().
In her latest book, "Wife Abuse: Breaking It Down and Breaking Out" Ms. Ghista describes with agonizing accuracy the rampant, yet still relatively obscure problem of wife abuse. "Domestic Violence" is a misnomer for what's really going 5/5(2).
A British performing artist has been forced to shelve a book based on his experiences of childhood sexual abuse after his ex-wife obtained an injunction to prevent their young son from reading it.
--Isis "Feminist Perspectives on Wife Abuse is a thought-provoking and valuable anthology of feminist research and activism as they relate to the study and eradication of wife abuse. As the title implies, this book does not join in the current movement of tiptoeing around the issue of wife abuse by erroneously referring to it as spouse abuse.
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Almost every abused man struggles with admitting he has a verbally abusive wife, so they do not seek support as readily as women do. There is hardly any support available specifically for men, gay or straight, if they want to leave an abusive simple explanation is that most research on domestic abuse historically focuses on verbally abused women.
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