Divorces are serious business and can be extremely hurtful. We need to be sure therapists are not the third party abusers who have fallen into a trap of lies
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Psychotherapist Tom Golden continues with part two of his series on male-only spaces.
Tom Golden shares some thoughts and a video on domestic violence, gender and Ray Rice
Drugs that treat ADHD are a great, safe remedy available to help hyperactive children. That is the word from esteemed doctors. That may be true. Or it could be a paid pitch from corrupt doctors like we got from the tobacco companies.
There are those who are sadly misinformed about what “equality” would mean for women. They don’t have it and, as Tom Golden notes, they probably wouldn’t like it very much if they did. Tom Golden lays out the facts many don’t want to hear.
This week is National Hunger and Homelessness Week. Tom Golden pays us a visit his thoughts on the subject, which intentionally or not serve as a reminder. Homelessness is a men’s issue, and one we are guilty of not addressing with near enough frequency on this website, or in this movement. May we consider how to change that.
Who’s raped more often, boys or girls? Turns out, it’s boys. And who does the raping? Looks like it’s a tossup between men and women. Don’t believe it? Psychotherapist Tom Golden looks at the research. Please share this article far and wide.
A question for male readers. Have you ever argued with a woman who was increasingly abusive but then pointed the finger at your anger as the problem when you quit putting up with it? You may be experiencing DARVO. Dr. Tara Palmatier gives us an overview on this “problem with no name.” that now has one.
It’s day 31 of Domestic Violence Awareness Month for Men and Boys, the invisible victims of domestic violence, the last day of these offerings for this year. In this one, Dr. T brings us a different kind of abuse to examine, one rooted in lies, deception and abusive manipulation.
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.