This is a generalization that is not always true. Some men abuse women, not all men. Some women abuse men, some women abuse women, and some men abuse men.
It depends on the type of abuse. Verbal abuse tends to be women a bit more than men and physical is definiately men more than women. It depends on the type of abuse. Verbal abuse tends to be women a bit more than men and physical is definiately men more than women.
they are for the men to abuse them
It would depend on the type of abuse. Verbal abuse may in fact be women, but physical and sexual would most certainly be men.
It is 7 out of 10 women abuse men is relationships
both men and women have the same percentage for alcohol abuse, but men have a high percentage of using illicit drugs
yes, they do
Most definitely not. Abuse is abuse, in all forms.
yes,because if men abuse women and women could abuse men if women were strong enough then i'm sure man wouldn't want to be abused same way they abuse women so they should treat each other like they wanted to be treated.
Some women (like men) can be abusive to ANYONE - including other women.
The Oprah Winfrey Show - 1986 Why Men Abuse Women was released on: USA: 19 March 2009
There is abuse of women in Things Fall Apart because there is abuse of women in real life. Achebe chooses to write about abuse of women both because it is a real issue, and also because it drives the plot. Achebe also writes about abuse of men, such as the killing of Ikemefuna, war, and Okonkwo fighting with agbala men, but it may not be as notable because there is a greater distaste for violence against women than there is for violence against men. This is a subjective question.
Women are more vulnerable than men to the medical consequences of alcohol abuse.
There are no true statistics of women who abuse men because decent men who know they shouldn't hita woman or be verbally abusive back to their spouse do not report abuse as often as women for fear that they will be labeled as being weak. Men don't talk to other male friends about being abused as most men think they should be able to handle a woman. Easier said than done!
go to the police station
no, cause men dont bea women.
Unfortuantley that is true. However ther are many men who had abusive fathers who have never touch their wife in anger. Likewise there are men who were never hit by their father who do abuse their wife.
Muscle Dysmorphia, Anorexia Athletica, and Steriod Abuse affect more men than women. Body Dismorphic Disorder (BDD) can affect men and women equally.
The Swedish title of the book is "Men Who Hate Women" so it would be about bringing awareness to the men in Sweden who abuse women.
For trespassing, if nothing else.
They're not. Studies have shown that women are just as likely to cheat on men as men are on women, they each have their own reasons though. Men usually do it just for physical gratification and women do it for emotional reasons like lack of attention or abuse. Also, most cases that are publically known are cases where men cheat on women.
Yes in certain states No, you should never be disrespectin yoo woman.
* Men were always brought up to be a good provider for their families; to protect them and never hit a woman. Since it has been discovered in the last five or more years that indeed men can be abused by their wives or girlfriends (physical, verbal or both) there are programs such as DV out there for them now as you know. The focus of abuse has mainly been heard re abused women and not men. Men often fear discussing their abuse with a good friend, family or even a counselor because they feel they will not be believed and who can blame them since most men are much stronger than women. Good men don't hit women. Just like women some men that are abused need to learn the tools of what physical and verbal abuse is and know they do not have to be subjected to this and can either have their partner seek professional help or move on from the relationship. Women are much more talkative than men and find it easier to discuss their abuse and, of course, sometimes there are always some women that want to out do the other with the gruesome details (not down-playing the violence) of their life and sometimes for women talking about it and realizing other women have had the same life of abuse gives them a sense of peace and the strength to go on and thankfully, men are beginning to realize they have the same right to expect this.
The kind of lifestyles that most men led to the myth that men suffer from heart disease more than women. Men generally eat unhealthy foods and abuse drugs as compared to women.