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Journey to brotherhood : awakening, healing,…

Journey to brotherhood : awakening, healing, and connecting men's hearts

by Frank D. Cardelle

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2011 (1) Oct 8 (1)



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The author believes men today are left with the task of learning how to step into the future arena as a new kind of person. Lacking guideposts and health models that free them from the learned and inherited self-denial, isolation and falsehood, the journey is long and difficult. For some men this is a celebrated opportunity for unshackling unhealthy image of maleness and for other men this is a terrifying prospect and is met with resistance. The author sees this journey as needed for reshaping the psyche and heart of the 20th century male. The book offers an insight and analysis of male upbringing in modern society. Loaded with exercises, activities, vignettes and alternatives for men dealing with the transition they find themselves in, this book is intended to be a definitive step toward raising men's consciousness.

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