National Crime Victimization Study from 2003-2012 revealed that men comprised 24% of domestic violence victims. In addition, the nonprofit organization National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) reported that a partner had injured about 4% of men.
25% experienced violence such as pushing, slapping, or shoving, while about 11% became victims of severe abuse.Sadly, many instances of domestic violence go unreported, especially against men.
Men may hesitate to report intimate partner abuse out of shame or fear law enforcement won’t believe them. Or, they might brush it aside and hope things will improve.Read more on powerofpositivity.com