Dutton, author of five books about spousal abuse by men and expert witness in the O.Simpson trial, says, "Men who have been convicted of wife assault do not generally feel that what they did was acceptable.
A different approach sees anger and violence as part of a "dance" between two people in an intimate relationship.The approach is to examine the role of each party, so that both may be empowered to make decisions in their own lives. Nobody will judge you, as nobody can find out your real name.Twenty-five minutes after I first logged on, a message came up: “You used to live across the hall from me freshman year at NYU.” And so my first date was set up.Instead they feel guilty, deny and minimize the violence, and try to exculpate themselves in the manner of one whose actions are unacceptable to oneself." He points out, "the vast majority of men are non-assaultive for the duration of their marriage." And as violence escalates beyond pushes and slaps, "the size of this minority group of perpetrators shrinks." The Duluth Model is a "blame and shame" behavior modification approach, focusing only on the perpetrator's role.
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