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A Number of Men Have Been Abused by Women and They Will Never Tell

He doesn't want to admit that his partner is mean and violent, but the scars on his heart and body reveal otherwise. Husbands, fathers, uncles, and other men are frequently being mistreated by wives and girlfriends and no one has a clue, because they say nothing. These battered men know that society isn't always empathetic about males being hurt by women. In the book, She's Crazy written by Nicholl McGuire, the author who survived emotional abuse and domestic violence shares intimate knowledge about abusive women. She tells of disturbing personal observations and advises men on what to look out for when dealing with "Ms. Crazy."

According to a 2010 study conducted by the Centers of Disease Control and the Department of Justice on battered men, there have been well-over five million men who have been abused by women. Although these abused men are recorded, there are many who never report incidents with wives, girlfriends and mothers due to personal shame and revenge. A victim of domestic violence for years, one man commented when asked why he never said anything about his wife being abusive, "I felt ashamed...embarrassed." The author says, "A once stable woman doesn't just become crazy, she has to be driven insane. Whatever it was or who that moved her to lose her mind (usually prior to meeting her partner) is most likely what continues to trigger her emotional instability." She goes on, "So a partner's issues might contribute indirectly to her mad world without him realizing it. Some men don't fully comprehend what is happening in their intimate relationships, while others do, but they eventually become drained of fighting with ill partners."

McGuire, a wife and mother of four, shares, "Abused men start looking for healthy or unhealthy ways to get out of their mess." She adds, "This is why I provided tips in She's Crazy to help these men escape from their mentally and physically binding relationships. Yet, they can't get totally free until they look at what they might be doing to attract wild females in the first place."

McGuire's informative self-help guide for battered men is available on Smashwords.com. The author has also penned other nonfiction books including: Tell Me Mother You're Sorry, Say Goodbye to Dad, Laboring to Love Myself, When Mothers Cry and more.

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