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New Manhood : The 20th anniversary edition - Steve Biddulph

New Manhood

The 20th anniversary edition

Paperback Published: 1st October 2013
ISBN: 9780987419699
Number Of Pages: 320

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The New Manhood by Australia’s world renowned family activist Steve Biddulph is the most influential book written for generations on the lives of men.

For 20 years Steve Biddulph’s groundbreaking Manhood and the revised edition, The New Manhood, have had a remarkable impact around the world. Thousands of men have reconciled with their fathers, become closer to their children, improved their marriages or made sweeping changes to their lives. Women love the book for giving them a deeper understanding of their husbands and sons. Steve explores the elements of a man’s life that often cause unhappiness, emptiness or frustration. Love, sex, marriage, raising children, friendship, spirituality and finding your true work are amongst many subjects dealt with in an honest and uplifting way. This is a handbook for men of all ages, and for the women who love them.

‘I wish Steve Biddulph had been my dad.’ - Sam de Brito, author of The Lost Boys and Hello Darkness

‘This book is, obviously, about men and being a man. But it also has a broader resonance and significance. Through his insights into manhood today, Steve also reveals important truths about our culture and our world, and how they shape, for better or worse, who we are and what we become - young and old, men and women.’ - Richard Eckersley, researcher and writer on progress and wellbeing, author of Well & Good: Morality, Meaning and Happiness

‘This landmark work is for those who truly want to understand and nurture the men and boys in their lives, and for men who want to better comprehend the nuances of their own and each other’s lives.’ - Maggie Hamilton, writer, social researcher, publisher and author of many books including What Men Don’t Talk About

‘The world needs New Men... Steve Biddulph is a trustworthy guide for the journey and this is a book for every man.’ - - Noel Giblett, Individual and Relationship Counsellor, Perth, Western Australia.

About the Author

Steve Biddulph is Australia's best-known family therapist and parenting author. His books, including Raising Boys, Stories of Manhood, The New Manhood, The Secret of Happy Children and The Making of Love, are popular all over the world.

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A book every "man" should read (everyone else too)

5

Well written, easy to read, great advice and ideas. Have read it once and almost through a second time reading it to my partner. have purchased 4 additional copies for family and friends.

Canberra

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Just so relevant

5

So easy to read, and so much respect for what this man has to say.

WA

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Excellent book

5

Recommended

Carlingford nsw

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Essential reading for all blokes and boys

4

An insightful and compelling read. Biddulph knows what he's talking about, and explains it in terms any bloke or woman could understand. Really breaks down the truth about the way boys and men are raised these days, and the way society has an impact on emotional development and relationships. Highly recommend this book to anyone with boys, expectant fathers, or anyone looking to improve relationships with a man.

Brisbane, australia

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The New Manhood [20th Anniversary Edition]

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'This book is, obviously, about men and being a man. But it also has a broader resonance and significance. Through his insights into manhood today, Steve also reveals important truths about our culture and our world, and how they shape, for better or worse, who we are and what we become - young and old, men and women.' - Richard Eckersley, researcher and writer on progress and wellbeing, author of Well and Good: Morality, Meaning and Happiness. 'This landmark work is for those who truly want to understand and nurture the men and boys in their lives, and for men who want to better comprehend the nuances of their own and each other's lives.' - Maggie Hamilton, writer, social researcher, publisher and author of many books including What Men Don't Talk About.

ISBN: 9780987419699
ISBN-10: 0987419692
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 1st October 2013
Publisher: Finch Publishing
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 15.2  x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.47

Steve Biddulph


About the Author


Steve Biddulph was born in Yorkshire and lives in Australia with his wife and children. He has been a family therapist for over twenty years and his multi million selling books have been translated into ten languages. In the UK he lectures and gives annual workshops organised by the Parent Network Group. Biddulph has been hailed by The Times as a mixture between Doctor Spock and Billy 

He was voted Father of the Year in 2000 for his work encouraging the role of fathers, and is Adjunct Professor in the school of psychology and counselling at Cairnmillar Institute, Melbourne. He has two grown up children, and lives in Tasmania with his wife and co-author Shaaron, and assorted wombats.

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