The New Manhood

THE NEW MANHOOD Love , Freedom , Spirit and the New Masculinity STEVE BIDDULPH 「對 SIMON & SCHUSTER Londen - New York - Sydney - Tamen New Delhi ACBS COMPANY Contents Foreword: delivering the male Introduction: a message of hope.

The New Manhood

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 twenty years, Steve Biddulph’s groundbreaking book 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 more involved with their children, rejuvenated their marriages and made sweeping changes to their lives. This book explores every aspect of a man’s life in an honest and uplifting way: love, friendship, sex, marriage, raising children, spirituality and finding your true work – all in plain language and illuminated with powerful, real-life stories. This is the handbook for men of all ages, and for the women who love them – now with a new foreword by the author, ‘Delivering the Male’. ‘Steve Biddulph is a spellbinder.’ Charles Wooley, 60 Minutes ‘I wish Steve Biddulph had been my dad.’ Sam de Brito, author of The Lost Boys and Hello Darkness ‘Read this book and you’ll make the world a better place.’ Richard Glover, author of The Land Before Avocado ‘The world needs New Men . . . Steve Biddulph is a trustworthy guide.’ Noel Giblett, relationship counsellor ‘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 understand themselves better’ Maggie Hamilton, author of What Men Don’t Talk About

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