In the last issue of Scientific American Mind was an article about domestic abuse. The author focused only on women being the abused. She did so to such an extream that it appeared to me that she felt women never abused. It was so bias that I wonder if she had proper training. As my readers are aware I suffered abuse at the hands of many men, but also women, as I read her article I could see why the justice and support centers neglect or disbelieve men when they attempt to get help for abuse.
I wrote a letter to the editor and in the current issue they quoted me and noted that I was not the only reader who felt the author was bias. Other readers also pointed out serious flaws in her approch to helping victims of abuse, flaws that if followed could get the victim killed. I feel that the author of that article should transfer to a field better suited for her and leave treating victims of abuse. I scanned the reply and have posted it.
DeWayne Watts: I started out writing short stories and poetry. Some of which was published in the 1980's. I have parts of 5 novels written and have completed 2 novels. I have been married over 25 years and raised 2 wonderful sons who have been a great addition to the human family.
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