Masculinity Reconstructed: Changing the Rules of Manhood- at Work, in Relationships and in Family Life

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Plume/Penguin Books, 1996 - Psychology - 308 pages
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Basing his work on a study of 120 American men and drawing on years of experience in dealing with men's issues, Dr. Levant shows men how to change facets of traditional behavior patterns that limit their effectiveness as lovers, husbands, fathers, and friends, while enhancing those parts of the male code which are meaningful and empowering.

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MASCULINITY RECONSTRUCTED: Changing the Rules of Manhood--at Work, in Relationships, and in Family Life

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Levant's practical, realistic approach to a new masculinity has little use for ``taking on animal names and dancing naked in the woods.'' Still, says Levant (Psychology/Harvard Medical School), men ... Read full review

Masculinity reconstructed: changing the rules of manhood- at work, in relationships and in family life

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Like the spate of men's psychology books published last year, this book challenges emotionally disconnected male readers to get in touch with their feelings. Clinical psychologist Levant presents much ... Read full review


Y Masculinity at the Turning Point
2 From Action Empathy to Emotional Empathy
3 Overcoming Emotional Numbness

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