​​​                      MenHurt2.Com
                                                    Helping hurt men heal and hope again.

       Every 38 seconds, somewhere in America a man is battered.

– Center For  Disease Control estimates  835,000 men are the victims of domestic violence each year.

– A survey 0f 1,000 women, perhaps the largest survey of its kind, found that 20% had initiated violence. The most common reasons for women initiating domestic violence were: “My partner wasn’t sensitive to my needs,” (46%), “I wished to gain my partner’s attention,” (44%) and “My partner was not listening to me” (43%). “My partner was being verbally abusive to me” (38%) was a distant fourth. (Source: Fiebert. M. and Gonzalez, D. (1997). College Women Who Initiate Assaults on their Male Partners and the Reasons Offered for Such Behavior. Psychological Reports, 80, 583-590 (1997)

  Educating, empowering and enriching males who have been abused, injured and wounded.

Founded in 2012 by Eric Rogers, Ph.D., MenHurt2.Com is a national organization founded to address issues, concerns, problems and challenges faced and experienced by males who have abused in life (verbal, emotional, sexual, physical, psychological, emotional, marital, family, relational).

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the organization provides a resource center and a bi-annual conference for males (children, adolescents, adults and seniors) who have experienced and been impacted by abuse.

MenHurtToo.Com  is funded by donations from the public and private sectors of society (individuals, victims, survivors, corporations, donors, students, family, friends, professionals, etc.)

The organization provides information, support, encouragement, assistance, referral resources and bi-annual conferences in healing, hope and recovery for individuals who have been victims of abuse at some point and time in their life.

MenHurt2.Com is a voice and advocate for male victims and survivors of abuse.All are welcomed: professionals, parents, adults, partners, significant others, relatives and friends of individuals who have been victimized as they journey to become and stay survivors

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​​Eric Rogers, Ph.D.