Divorce Blackmail: what to do when my wife falsely accuse me for something that never happened?

Divorce Blackmail: what to do when my wife falsely accuse me for something that never happened?

Divorce blackmail is a serious problem, and it’s one that men are more likely to be targeted by than women.

In a recent study, researchers found that men were more likely to be targeted by divorce blackmail than women. The study also found that men who were targeted were more likely to lose their homes and families to the process.

The reason for this is simple: when women are the ones making up stories about their ex-husbands, they’re often confident enough in their lies that no one will believe them. On the other hand, when men lie about their ex-wives, they may not feel as confident in their claims—which makes them less likely to ever come forward with any evidence at all.

Women do lie

The truth is, women do lie. It’s not uncommon for women to have lied in the past and continue to lie today. This is because they are often the ones who are most afraid of being found out, or of being blamed for things going wrong. The reason men are so often seen as the culprits when a divorce goes bad is because men tend to be less emotionally invested in their marriages than women are, so when something goes wrong it can be harder for them to see that anything wrong has occurred at all. They don’t have as much insight into what’s happening inside their wives’ heads and hearts as women do.

The other thing that makes it easier for women to get away with lying about how they feel about their husbands is that men simply don’t know how to respond when they find out about these lies—and sometimes even when they don’t find out! This can leave them feeling like they have no way of defending themselves or fighting back against this sort of behavior from their wives.

Men need help learning how to handle situations like these so they can avoid becoming victims of divorce blackmail or false accusations

Too many uncovered cases of unfair divorce

Do you know how many cases of divorce blackmail, false accusations, and false rape allegations that happen every year in the United States?

I’m willing to bet it’s a lot.

What makes these cases even more common is that they are all committed by women against men. The numbers are shocking—U.S. courts have seen over 5 million divorce cases filed since 2000, and one in three divorces involve family violence (Finer & Finer, 2010).

Why would anyone lie about being beaten by their husband on the day they file for divorce? And why would she lie about rape? It doesn’t make sense!

Well, maybe it does if you think about it like this: what if your husband is a violent abuser who has beaten you with an object (a belt or shoe), choked you unconscious, punched holes in walls with his fists, threatened to kill you…and then forced himself on you sexually without your consent? Would you be willing to ‘stay’ after all that? Or would you be so afraid for your safety and wellbeing that lying about it would be easier than facing him again in court?

This is why women who accuse their husbands of abuse are often

Possible solution out of False Accusation

Divorce is a hard thing to go through. It can be an emotional rollercoaster with a ton of ups and downs. However, one of the most difficult parts of divorce is when the wife accuses her husband of sexual misconduct. The accused often finds himself in a situation where he doesn’t know what to do or how to react, especially if he’s made mistakes in his past that may be related to this issue.

The truth is, many men will fall into victimhood mode and begin to blame themselves for their wives’ accusations. This can cause even more stress on the relationship and make matters worse for everyone involved.

However, there are some things you should consider before jumping into this situation:

-If you have done something wrong (even if it was unintentional), don’t let your wife make it seem like it was intentional. She may try to paint you as someone who doesn’t understand boundaries or respect women’s bodies – but the reality may be quite different!

-Don’t let her use false evidence against you in order to get what she wants out of divorce! If she wants alimony or child support payments, she will probably try to make them appear as if they were earned from your actions rather than being given just because