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Excerpts from Why Does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men, by Lundy Bancroft (). “The defining point of abuse is when the man. Title: Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men Author: Bancroft, Lundy. This PDF document has been. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. This fascinating investigation into what makes Daily Wisdom for Why Does He Do That?: Encouragement for.

He says he loves you.

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So…why does he do that? Now you have the chance to see inside the minds of angry and controlling men—and change your life. Women who are armed with the insights found in these pages will be on the road to recovering control of their lives.

Silverman, Ph. He is the author of journal articles on… More about Lundy Bancroft. As important as these questions are, they can also distract us from the heart of the problem. Bancroft boldly asks—and brilliantly answers—the most important questions of all: Why do so many men abuse women?

What can be done about it? This book is desperately needed and long overdue.


His valuable resource covers early warning signs, ten abusive personality types, the abusive mentality, problems with getting help from the legal system, and the long, complex process of change…This is essential reading for those in the helping professions and highly recommended.

Why Does He Do That?

The Nature of Abusive Thinking 1. The Mystery 2. The Mythology 3.

The Abusive Mentality 4. The Abusive Man in Relationships 5.

How Abuse Begins 6. The Abusive Man in Everyday Life 7. Abusive Men and Sex 8. Abusive Men and Addiction 9. The Abusive Man in the World Abusive Men as Parents Abusive Men and Their Allies As a case in point, consider the growing influence of Christian fundamentalism in the United States.

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Honestly I found it ludicrous that with increasingly secular western civilization and with all the Islamic terrorism around the world the author picks the example of Christian fundamentalism! Biased Towards the Plaintiff More than once I found the book too strongly on the side of the defendant. For example, Lundi writes: If you report to the court that you were assaulted or threatened, or that your partner broke a restraining order, your word is evidence.

Courts can, and do, file charges on the basis of victim reports alone, but tragically they can be reluctant to do so in cases of domestic abuse or sexual assault Tragically?

Why does he say tragically? How does he know that?

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And what about those inaccurate ones? And he never stops to think about the plight of false accusations and convictions.

He never for a second admits that maybe, just maybe, sometimes plaintiffs can lie, just like pretty much anyone else in the world. No bones about it. But so are liars who abuse the legal system with lies and fabrications. But the author seem too feverishly busy in his righteous crusade to stop and consider the rights of people who maybe innocent before proven guilty.

No Research The author quotes little research and little papers. Even his long standing experience, unluckily, is not backed by much quantitative research. For example, Lundy says: … although most abusers are men and most abused are female, the reasons are social and not biological.

Based on what exactly does he say that? PROS Great Overview of Abuse A really, really great book to understand the phenomenon of abuse and the mentality and psychology of abusive men.Are you sure you want to Yes No. I love how Lundy Bancroft dispels so many myths about what makes abusive people abusive: that they do not know how to express emotions, that their abuse stems from issues with alcohol or from mental illness, that they are abusive because they were abused themselves, etc.

By Conclusion: Electrophysiological data confirmed the well-known contrast, in the high-SPQ group, we observed an increase of N LH semantic activation abnormalities in subjects with schizotypal amplitude under P condition compared to LSP condition. He dispels the pervasive societal myths surrounding abuse, exposing common excuses used by abusers, such as having experienced an abusive childhood or substance addiction.

In addition to sharing tons of insightful information about how abusive men think and operate, Bancroft provides kind, potentially life-saving strategies and resources for victims of abuse to escape and to start their healing process. For example, Lundi writes: If you report to the court that you were assaulted or threatened, or that your partner broke a restraining order, your word is evidence.

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