by Mike Lew, 2004
This is the 'classic' book on the topic, which has recently come out in a new edition, extensively revised and updated, including an expanded resources section.
by Howard Fradkin
A book written to empower male survivors of sexual victimization to develop skills they can use to overcome the effects of trauma and learn to thrive in their lives. Male survivors often struggle to feel any sense of hope for the future, so this book is designed to inspire survivors and their allies with easily learned skills developed over the course of the author’s 30-year career, and the real-life experiences of male survivors who have learned to thrive.
By Andrew J. Schmutzer
A Christian/theological book with contributions from 27 people. Dr. Schmutzer uses a collaborative approach to address childhood sexual abuse from a psychological, theological, and pastoral care perspective.
by Ken Singer, 2010
A book with insights and avenues to recovery not found in others, by a therapist who's worked with men sexually abused as boys and with teenagers and adults who sexually abuse children. As he writes, “This book is about empowerment… The more you know about the abuse, how abusers work, and how they keep power over you through your fear and anger, the less likely they can continue to control you.” Chapters on anger, disclosure, confrontation, and cycles of self-defeating behavior are particularly valuable. Truly a book about how to “Take back your life and live it to the fullest.”
by Mike Lew, 1999
Wise reflections and advice from real men, young and old, from all walks of life and all over the world.
by Richard Gartner, 2005
Lots of wisdom and useful resources from an experienced therapist and leading advocate for men with histories of unwanted or abusive sexual experiences.
by Mic Hunter, 1990
Another classic, rich with stories of real men with whom Dr. Hunter has worked and full of tools for recovery.
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