Traumatic brain injury: The unseen impact of domestic violence

Combat Trauma, Traumatic Brain Injury & Addictive Disorders

By Paul van Donkelaar, Professor, Faculty of Health and Social Development, University of British Columbia. The last time Susan’s husband lost his temper, he smashed her head against the kitchen wall so many times she lost count before she managed to flee with just the clothes on her back and some basic identification.

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  1. After 30 years of divorce and related practice, I simply cannot comprehend what is wrong with men. Their abject addiction to power and control visits violence where intimacy belongs. If I weren’t male, I would be lesbian.

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