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Does Your Man Have the Blues?: Understanding…
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Does Your Man Have the Blues?: Understanding Male Depression And How It…

by David Hawkins

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0736913483, Paperback)

Depression in men--even Christian men--has reached epidemic proportions. Though clouded by secrecy and denial, depression can powerfully shape a man's personality. He may talk and act in ways that baffle the woman in his life and leave her feeling unable to connect with him and powerless to help.

But help is available. Licensed clinical psychologist Dr. David Hawkins brings this problem out into the open with unusual compassion and clarity. He describes the telltale signs of male depression, pinpoints some of the causes, and offers suggestions to those who would help.

Married women will readily connect with this frank discussion as they recognize familiar scenarios and learn how to determine if their man has the blues.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:51 -0400)

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