Let me make one thing clear, I'm not a woman beater or a supporter of woman beaters. However, just because, Steve Wilkos says that you can't ever hit a woman, doesn't mean that you can't.
Case in point, when I was in my late teens, my best friend, at the time, had a girlfriend, who, because he told her to go home (he was fresh out of high school and she was still attending), so that she wouldn't get home late, stabbed him in the back, while he was facing his kitchen counter, puncturing his lung and almost killing him. This guy was the nicest person, and he did nothing to provoke her. She didn't even call for help, his sister found him.
To make a long story short, he stayed with her, and, because he refused to testify, she wasn't charged with attempted murder, which is what the cops proposed to him. Dude had to have surgery, a blood transfusion, etc., stayed with her, as well, just so that, later on, she could cheat on him and become pregnant with another guy's kid (he was an evangelical and did not believe in sex before marriage). So please, don't repeat the sayings that you hear on the radio or TV; and think for yourself, instead. If a woman is ready to do violence on me, she's getting jacked up.