• Shrink4men: If this is your first time looking for information about abusive relationships, start here. Dr. Tara Palmatier’s website was one of the first I encountered, and it has hundreds of articles dating back to 2009.
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: This particular article gives some information about male victims in particular, but the website itself has lots of resources about abuse as a whole.
  • Healthy Place: A brief article with some specific details about why women abuse men and why men tend to stay in those relationships.
  • One in Three: A pretty comprehensive Australian site with important facts and statistics about the nature of domestic abuse against men.
  • Help4Guys: This site provides many specific links to hotlines and other great resources.
  • End Domestic Abuse: An article with many helpful facts and an advertisement for Dr. Jeanne King’s book. I have not read the book, so I cannot comment on it.
  • Guy Stuff Counseling: This site has quite a few articles on abusive relationships, but there many other resources for men’s needs in general.
  • 1in6: A site specifically designed to support male victims of rape and other forms of sexual abuse in the U.S.
  • HiddenHurt: A U.K.-based site with information, testimonials, and external links. It seems to be pretty comprehensive.
  • This was shared with me by someone who works on this site. I checked it out, and they have a good resource page focusing on abuse. I had not yet thought about the connection between substance abuse and domestic violence, so I’m glad this site exists.



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