After years of socialization that mandates fierce independence, invulnerability and strength, many men fall into what psychotherapist Robert Pasick calls a "deep sleep". This book offers men a guide to change - drawing from the author's experience of counter-selling midlife men, the author explores the issues of work, anger, grief, women, sexuality, fatherhood and addiction. He emphasizes a new definition of manhood that builds upon the strengths men already have and leads then towards a new discovery of how to take care of themselves and others. By the co-author of "Men in Therapy".
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Robert S. Pasick, Ph.D. is coauthor of Men in Therapy. He is a psychologist, family therapist, and consultant at The Ann Arbor Center For The Family in Michigan. A graduate of Harvard University, he conducts workshops on gender issues in the workplace.
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