Evicting the Perpetrator
A Male Survivor's Guide for Recovery from Childhood Sexual Abuse
by Ken Singer
Male survivors of childhood sexual abuse can find no better guide to a healthy recovery than Ken Singer’s new book. He identifies the connections between childhood abuse and issues of isolation, out-of-control anger, sexual intimacy, and addictions, and provides struggling survivors with an understanding of trauma and its effects that can help them retake control of their lives. He offers useful advice about why and how to disclose the long-held secret of abuse to loved ones and to constructively confront the abuser by letter and in person. Ken has distilled decades of experience to give real help, real guidance, and the tools needed for real recovery. (Originally published by NEARI Press.)
Ken Singer has created a book that is smart, helpful, compassionate, and innovative, a product of his long career working with both survivors and offenders, combining caring with toughness. Survivors, and those who care about them, will benefit from (and be challenged by) his deeply human approach to “moving on” in recovery.
--Mike Lew, author of Victims No Longer and Leaping Upon the Mountain