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#74282 - 02/08/01 03:44 PM SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
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Registered: 12/10/00
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Loc: Papillion, NEBRASKA (USA)
Although I have not read every single one of these books as of yet - they may be of some help or use for all people....

1. BROKEN BOYS/MENDING MEN: Recovery from Childhood Sexual Abuse. Gruban-Black, S. 1997 Ivy Books.
2. Male on Male Rape: The Hidden Toll of Stigma and Shame. Scarce, M 1997 Insight Books.
3. Recovery: How to Survive Sexual Assault for Women, Men, Teens, and their Friends and Families. Benedict H., & Brison, S. 1994 Columbia University Press.
4. Victims No Longer: Men Recovering from Incest and Other Sexual Child Abuse. Lew, M. & Bass, E. 1990 Harper Collins
5. If He Is Raped: A Guidebook for partners, Spouses and Friends. McEnoy,A. & Brookings, J. 1999 Learning Publications.
6. The Courage to Heal. Bass, E. 1994 Harperperennial Library.
Hope you will find some of these books rewarding and helpful.
Gadzook (dave)




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#74283 - 02/08/01 07:29 PM Re: SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
Neil Offline
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Loc: Millersville, MD, USA
I have read "Victims No Longer". It's a great book. It was actually the first book I read about abuse. There's a lot of good stuff in there. It helps survivors understand more about their feelings and actions. I also read the 2nd book by Mike Lew, "Leaping Upon The Mountains". It's a very good book but probably better for men in later stages of recovery.


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#74284 - 02/08/01 07:32 PM Re: SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
Neil Offline
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I have read "Victims No Longer". It's a great book. It was actually the first book I read about abuse. There's a lot of good stuff in there. It helps survivors understand more about their feelings and actions. I also read the 2nd book by Mike Lew, "Leaping Upon The Mountains". It's a very good book but probably better for men in later stages of recovery.


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#74285 - 02/09/01 09:22 PM Re: SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
Aggie Offline
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Registered: 02/09/01
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Gentlemen,

Here's another title you both may want to look into: ABUSED BOYS by Mic Hunter. It just came out in paperback.

I read this, maybe 6 months ago, or less. It was very good.

I read Male On Male Rape about 2 months ago. And I thought it was excellent. Since, I work with parolees, men who've been incarcerated, I found the section on prison rape very helpful, although it wasn't nearly as lenghty and in depth as I would have liked.


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#74286 - 02/10/01 07:55 AM Re: SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
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I shall look into this book -thank you very much!
GADZOOK (dave)
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Here's another title you both may want to look into: ABUSED BOYS by Mic Hunter. It just came out in paperback.

I read this, maybe 6 months ago, or less. It was very good.

I read Male On Male Rape about 2 months ago. And I thought it was excellent. Since, I work with parolees, men who've been incarcerated, I found the section on prison rape very helpful, although it wasn't nearly as lenghty and in depth as I would have liked.
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#74287 - 02/12/01 03:57 AM Re: SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
Neil Offline
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Registered: 10/17/00
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Loc: Millersville, MD, USA
Aggie......Thanks for the tip on ABUSED BOYS. I will check it out


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#74288 - 02/12/01 03:58 AM Re: SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
Neil Offline
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Registered: 10/17/00
Posts: 81
Loc: Millersville, MD, USA
Aggie......Thanks for the tip on ABUSED BOYS. I will check it out


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#74289 - 02/12/01 09:03 PM Re: SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
Aggie Offline
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Registered: 02/09/01
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Anything to help, Neil.

Anything in particular that I should be aware of?


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#74290 - 02/23/01 07:08 PM Re: SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
Ken Singer, LCSW Offline
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Registered: 08/24/00
Posts: 5780
Loc: Lambertville, NJ USA
I'd like to recommend "In my father's arms" by Walter DeMilly. It is very well written and has a good flow that does not just deal with pain. It has a good feel for recovery from incestuous abuse with a good range of anger to acceptance/healing that you don't see that often in male survivor literature.
Ken Singer


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#74291 - 02/24/01 06:59 AM Re: SOME BOOKS THAT YOU MAY FIND TO YOUR LIKING.
Neil Offline
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Registered: 10/17/00
Posts: 81
Loc: Millersville, MD, USA
THANKS KEN......I'VE NEVER HEARD OF THAT BOOK BUT I'LL DEFINATELY CHECK IT OUT.


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