Male Menopause

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Sourcebooks, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 357 pages
Compelling, personal, and solidly supported, this book takes a look at the newly coined phenomenon "male menopause". Therapist and author Jed Diamond uses personal interviews, sound research and studies, and poignant experiences from thousands of men to tackle this groundbreaking subject.

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In this somewhat New Age and trendy book, psychotherapist Diamond explores the climacteric, andropause, or viropause--terms which he prefers to the catachrestic "male menopause." He presents evidence ... Read full review

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I truly resent that I had to read and analyze this book for an advanced developmental psychology course. It was the only bard part of an otherwise interesting course. To this day, this book prompts questions from anyone who sees it on the bottom of my bookshelf; yet I haven't brought myself to throw it out. 


Putting the Men Back in Menopause
The Denial of Male Menopause
Part II

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Jed Dianond, a licensed psychotherapist and director of the health program MenAlive, is the author of seven books, including the international bestseller "Male Menopause," He is on the board of advisors of the Men's Health Network and also serves on the international scientific board of the World Congress on Men's Health. He lives in Willits, California.

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