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Manhood

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Most men don't have a life' is the dramatic opening to Steve Biddulph's bestseller Manhood. Exploring two critical social issues: establishing a healthy masculinity and how men can release themselves from suffocating and outdated social moulds, Biddulph addresses the problems and possibilities confronting men in their daily life. Women have found the book to be a profoundly moving and revealing read; while men acquire recognition and a sense of hope that life can be different. Topics include: -Seven steps to manhood -You and your father - breaking down the defences -Sex and spirit - coming alive -Being a real father - turning your love into action -Real male friends - be proud of being male and much more. This edition has been revised and updated to meet the needs of younger men, who are struggling with these issues in the twenty-first century. 'Steve Biddulph should be in the UK what he is in Australia, the household name in the business of raising boys and being a man' Dorothy Rowe, psychologist and writer.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 126 x 194 x 20mm | 199.58g
  • Ebury Publishing
  • VERMILION
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • Revised & updated 2015 edition
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0091894816
  • 9780091894818
  • 6,153

Review quote

"Steve Biddulph should be in the UK what he is in Australia, the household name in the business of raising boys and being a man" -- Dorothy Rowe, psychologist and writershow more

About Steve Biddulph

Steve Biddulph is one of the UK's best-known family therapists and parenting authors and has 40 years of experience as a psychologist. His books, including Raising Boys, Stories of Manhood, The Secret of Happy Children and The Making of Love, are in two million homes and 32 languages worldwide.show more

Review Text

"Steve Biddulph should be in the UK what he is in Australia, the household name in the business of raising boys and being a man"show more

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351 ratings
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4 39% (137)
3 19% (65)
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1 2% (7)
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