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Shame is an emotion that many of us don't recognize easily, and yet it's usually the basis of addiction, violence, overwork, emotional shutdown, and adopting a 'false self.' The good news is that once we recognize it for what it is, shame loses much of its toxicity. Breaking the Shackles is a revised edition of our 1995 book, Men Healing Shame, in which several dozen men write of their experience healing the effects of toxic shame. Among our chapter authors are Robert Bly and Gershen Kaufman. It's a book written by and for men--using our natural way of saying things, and yet a number of women have found it helpful. A very practical book, with occasional theoretical underpinning.
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Roy U. Schenk, PhD, thinks, writes and speaks about gender issues. He's working toward a world where love, acceptance and joy are the norms. John Everingham for 30 years sensed that something essential was missing from his emotional / spiritual "curriculum," and finally found it to be internalized toxic shame.Review:
"...No better book to understand men's shame--and how to break free of it--than Breaking the Shackles." --Warren Farrell, PhD, Best-selling author. From back cover of BTS
"I recommend Breaking the Shackles . . . It's a book that should be on every New Warrior's bookshelf. --Rich Tosi, co-founder of the ManKind Project and the New Warrior Training Adventure. From back cover of BTS.
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Book Description Madison, WI: MPC/BEP Press, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110961131772
Book Description Madison, WI: MPC/BEP Press, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0961131772