This text attempts to understand the nature of masculinity and uses that understanding to help men to change. It is aimed at trainee counselors and therapists, as well as a broader market of probation officers, health professionals etc. Key questions addressed include: Men and Sexuality; Attachment and Men; Men and Pornography; Intimate relationships; Violence and Aggression; Is therapy for men any different from therapy for women? Should it be? And if so, why? What are the special problems encountered when working with men? The author, well known for his work with men and his writing on masculinity, looks at socio-cultural perspectives on the self and gender, relationships, sexual orientation, being sons and fathers, establishing intimacy in mutuality, having feelings.
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