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Man Enough Man Enough : Fathers, Sons, and the Search for Masculinity. Frank Pittman, M.D.

This author, well-known among therapists, takes a compassionate look at how strengths and lacks in the fathering they received make it difficult for many men to be the kind of man and father they want to be. Good reading for both men and women.

Women's issues
See also Perimenopause / Menopause in theOur Bodies department



The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook Edmund J. Bourne, Ph.D.


A Grief Observed.  C. S. Lewis.

This beloved Christian writer, author of the Narnia series and many non-fiction Christian apologetics, lost his beloved wife Joy.  He writes very movingly about how his faith was shaken, and how he gradually came to terms with her death

Lament For A Son Nicholas Wolterstorff

Wolterstorff, a Christian philosopher, explores the many aspects of the loss of his son with openness and intensity. This is a very personal yet universal expression of grief.

How to Survive the Loss of a Love, Melba Colgrove PhD, Harold H. Bloomfield MD, and Peter McWilliams

A helpful book which provides tools and perspective when faced with a loss.


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