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Domestic Violence Victims

NCFM Adviser Bill Ronan, LICSW, THE BATTERING HUSBAND published in the Medical Hypnoanalysis Journal

October 24, 2018
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Most of the approaches to wife beating counseling that I have been familiar with deal with it from the wife’s or victim’s point of view. The general assumption is that the man or husband is evil. I’ve even heard counselors refer to it as a “possession.” With this kind of attitude it leaves little...
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NCFM Mr. Manners, More Biden Babble and the Violence Against Men Act (SATIRE)

November 18, 2017
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Dear Mr. Manners: A few days ago, Joe Biden mentioned that he has not yet decided whether he will run for President in 2020.  It is time for the “National Coalition For Men”  to give him that extra push, by endorsing him to be our next Commander-in-Chief. Men’s advocates have criticized Biden for his...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten, Reducing Domestic Violence: Reengineering the Male Behavioral Health System

October 11, 2017
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When a man is convicted of beating his wife, he is jailed, hit with big fines, and required to pay for anger management and other such services to prevent it from happening again. Because of what he did, many would say he deserves no sympathy and got just what he deserved. But what if...
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