After reading the weekly ads in the Sunday Denver Post to allow myself time to enjoy my morning coffee and wake up, I picked up the Business section. Today’s Business section contained a full size ad promoting National Marriage Week USA. Since I am recently divorced from a short, but volatile marriage, the ad piqued my interest. Read more
I literally just finished reading The Laptop Dancer Diaries by Yvette Francino, and although I am thoroughly exhausted, I am going to write a review from the heart and I am not going to bed until it is done. I have been taking meticulous notes while reading this book, but I am going to disregard them. Read more
I had an epiphany this morning while using the elliptical at the gym, which is where many of my sudden realizations take place for some odd reason. I used to have two parakeets, Tikko and Tweety. Having recently gone through a divorce, I see some parallels with their relationship and my failed marriage. Read more
If you search the web, you will find few web sites that deal with the emotional abuse of men by women. Most sites that deal with this subject tend to be a bit on the misogynistic side. As a man, I don’t want to be painted with the same brush as men who abuse women, so it’s not fair to paint all women as emotionally abusive.
In my search, I did find one web site that presented an intelligent, balanced view of the subject. WomenAbusingMen.org was founded by Dr. Claudia B. Cornell and Kimberly C. Taylor.
While I found WomenAbusingMen.org to be quite intriguing, I wanted to learn more on the subject of emotional abuse of men by women. I sent an email with a comprehensive list of interview questions. Fortunately, I received a prompt response from Dr. Cornell expressing a great willlingness to answer my questions in the hope of spreading awareness on the emotional abuse of men by women.