Why is it So Hard To Recognize Abuse OF Men BY Women as a Problem? 0
People recognize that a man behaving in an abusive way toward his wife or girlfriend is a bad thing. Male-to-female partner abuse is rightfully condemned.
But flip the genders and that same controlling, demeaning, or punishing behavior is far too often ignored, condoned, supported, or laughed at.
Why is that?
Why is it so hard for people to label controlling, demeaning, or punishing behavior as abusive when a woman is doing it to a man.
Mental Health and Partner Abuse Resources for Men 0
There aren't a lot of online mental health and partner abuse resources that are geared to men, so I'm putting together a resource list.
I'll be adding to the list as I find more resources.
Partner Abuse Books by Ann Silvers 0I understand partner abuse because I’ve witnessed it, studied it, and lived it.
- I have a legacy of abuse on both sides of my family tree.
- I know what it is like to be the target of abuse from a partner.
- I've studied about partner abuse.
- I've counseled people dealing with partner abuse.
All that learning comes together in my books about partner abuse and domestic violence.
Folate vs Folic Acid Foods and Supplements 0Folate gets thrown in with folic acid, but they aren't equals.
One is natural. One is unnatural.
One is found naturally in food and some high-quality supplements. The other is found naturally in NO foods, but is in lots of supplements (especially cheap supplements and "fortified" foods).
What's in This Post
- Folate vs Folic Acid
- Folate and Folic Acid Foods
- What to Look for in Folate Supplements
- Folate v Folic Acid Recommended Dose
- When to Take B Vitamins
15 Ways to Manage Stress and Reduce Anxiety 0Wondering how to relieve your stress? Here are 15 stress-reducing activities you can work into your day to reduce anxiety and increase stress resilience. (One of them takes 15 seconds.)
The Benefits of Drinking Water for Anxiety, Mood, and More 0
Your body is mostly water. If you don't get enough water, you don't feel as good as you could physically or mentally.
I spent 4 years researching and writing a book about the impact of diet on anxiety and specific anti-anxiety foods and supplements. The number one recommendation on my list of anti-anxiety foods is . . . water.
There are lots of other foods to add to your diet, or subtract from your diet, to help you be more stress resilient and reduce anxiety, but getting enough water is a simple place to start.