Breaking the Male Code

Filename: breaking-the-male-code.pdf
ISBN: 9780698191099
Release Date: 2015-05-12
Number of pages: 320
Author: Robert Garfield
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Breaking the Male Code in PDF and EPUB Calling for a new men’s movement, a noted psychotherapist examines the critical role close male friendships play in helping men lead happy, healthy lives. For much of the past century, men have operated under the rules of Male Code, a rigid set of guidelines that equate masculinity with stoicism, silence, and strength. As men’s roles have changed over the past few decades, this lingering pressure to hide their emotions has wreaked havoc on men’s lives. Lacking the ability to communicate their needs, desires, and feelings effectively, they are more likely to suffer from depression, anger, and isolation, and their relationships often suffer. Noted psychotherapist Rob Garfield has worked with men struggling with emotional issues for more than forty years. Through his “Friendship Labs,” clinical settings in which men engage in group therapy, he teaches men how to identify inner conflicts, express emotions, and communicate openly. According to Garfield, traditional therapy has largely marginalized men since many lack the tools to properly engage. But when men learn to open up to other men who share similar experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives, they not only build lasting bonds but learn the skills necessary to thrive in all aspects of their lives. Writing with empathy and authority, Garfield examines the unique challenges men face and urges them to abandon male code in favor of a masculinity that integrates traditional male traits with emotional intimacy skills. He urges men to connect with other men using the Four C’s of intimacy—connection, communication, commitment, and co-operation—to form meaningful bonds. Drawing on real-life stories and original research, he shows how their friendships can serve as the foundation on which men can build and sustain deep relationships with all of their loved ones—including spouses, children, and parents—and in turn lead to happier, healthier lives. From the Hardcover edition.

Breaking the Male Code

Filename: breaking-the-male-code.pdf
ISBN: 9781592409624
Release Date: 2016-04-26
Number of pages: 320
Author: Robert Garfield
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Breaking the Male Code in PDF and EPUB For much of the past century, men have operated under the rules of 'Male Code', a rigid set of guidelines that equate masculinity with stoicism, silence and strength. But as men's roles have changed, this lingering pressure to hide their emotions has made them more likely to suffer from depression, anger and isolation. Robert Garfield has worked with men struggling with emotional issues for more than 40 years. In Breaking the Male Code, he shows how close friendships can serve as the foundation on which men can build happier, healthier lives.

Breaking the Male Code

Filename: breaking-the-male-code.pdf
ISBN: 9781592409044
Release Date: 2015-05-12
Number of pages: 314
Author: Robert Garfield
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Breaking the Male Code in PDF and EPUB Over the past several decades, countries like Britain and America have experienced seismic economic and societal shifts that have forced men to redefine just what it means to be a man. In this important and timely book, Rob Garfield, MD, examines the toll these changes have taken and describes how men can expand their emotional skills to develop deeper bonds of friendship with other men.

Buddy System

Filename: buddy-system.pdf
ISBN: 0199716889
Release Date: 2008-08-29
Number of pages: 320
Author: Geoffrey Greif
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Buddy System in PDF and EPUB Much has been made of the complex social arrangements that girls and women navigate, but little scholarly or popular attention has focused on what friendship means to men. Drawing on in-depth interviews with nearly 400 men, therapist and researcher Geoffrey L. Greif takes readers on a guided tour of male friendships, explaining what makes them work, why they are vital to the health of individuals and communities, and how to build the kinds of friendships that can lead to longer and happier lives. Another 120 conversations with women help map the differences in what men and women seek from friendships and what, if anything, men can learn from women's relationships. The guiding feature of the book is Greif's typology of male friendships: he dispels the myth that men don't have friends, showing that men have must, trust, just,and rust friends. A must friend is the best friend a man absolutely must call with earthshaking news. A trust friend is liked and trusted but not necessarily held as close as a must friend. Just friends are casual acquaintances, while rust friends have a long history together and can drift in and out of each other's lives, essentially picking up where they last left off. Understanding the role each of these types of friends play across men's lives reveals fascinating developmental patterns, such as how men cope with stress and conflict and how they make and maintain friendships, and how their friends keep them active and happy. Through the lively words of men themselves, and detailed profiles of men from their twenties to their nineties, readers may be surprised to find what friendships offer men--as well as their families and communities--and are sure to learn what makes their own relationships tick.

Breaking the Patriarchal Code

Filename: breaking-the-patriarchal-code.pdf
ISBN: 0986772305
Release Date: 2011-06
Number of pages: 269
Author: Louise Goueffic

Download and read online Breaking the Patriarchal Code in PDF and EPUB Breaking the Patriarchal Code exposes the bias in many Indo-European languages and English. The bias is a subtle, hidden agenda that imposes the idea of male divinity and superiority promoting male dominance leading to political gain, violence, and control of others. Using the tools of linguistic comparative and quantitative analysis, Ms. Goueffic examines ten thousand items of speech invented to describe the world according to the male's desire to control the mind in order to control sex. The code is examined using about eleven categories to show the repetitious nature of the bias. Ms. Goueffic suggests positive ways of getting out of the bias and proposes a theory of inclusiveness that is practical, true to reality, and easily implemented.

Breaking the Islam Code

Filename: breaking-the-islam-code.pdf
ISBN: 9780736944670
Release Date: 2010-02-01
Number of pages: 176
Author: J. D. Greear
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

Download and read online Breaking the Islam Code in PDF and EPUB World events won't let North Americans ignore Muslims anymore. Whether those Muslims are villagers in Iraq or neighbors down the street, Breaking the Islam Code offers everyday Christians profound insight into the way Muslims think and feel. J.D. Greear's ability to communicate challenging heart truth, plus his expertise in Christian and Islamic theology and two years' experience in a Muslim-dominated area, make him the perfect author for this empowering, insightful, reader-friendly book. It transcends traditional apologetics, focusing on helping Christians understand what is deep in Muslims' hearts, behind their theology--which will lead to friendship and effective communication of the gospel respectfully turn many of the primary objections into opportunities to share the faith avoid unnecessarily offending Muslims they're interacting with Readers will be excited that sharing Christ with Muslims is something they can do--as everyday Christians in their own cities, campuses, and workplaces.

Breaking the Cancer Code

Filename: breaking-the-cancer-code.pdf
ISBN: 9781483660493
Release Date: 2013-08-07
Number of pages: 161
Author: Geronimo Rubio, MD; Carolyn Gross
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Download and read online Breaking the Cancer Code in PDF and EPUB Breaking the Cancer Code is a revolutionary approach to solving the cancer predicament by a world-renowned medical expert and patient advocate. Most doctors run scared from cancer, believing it cannot be reversed by the body’s own natural defenses. Here is a doctor who stood up to cancer in the lab, researching how to impart (teach) the immune system to recognize and destroy cancer. Coupled with his extraordinary cancer-vaccine research, this book documents the work of a consummate patient advocate specializing in natural healing solutions and the necessary mind-set to reversing cancer. This comprehensive work embodies all the components that help patients heal from this dramatic illness. • Extensive explanations of immunotherapy and cancer vaccines. • Integrative compilation of traditional medicines and holistic health-building protocols. • Preventative self-care strategies to build the immune system during and after cancer.

Breaking the Code

Filename: breaking-the-code.pdf
ISBN: 1849434662
Release Date: 2013-02-26
Number of pages: 101
Author: Hugh Whitemore
Publisher: Oberon Books Limited

Download and read online Breaking the Code in PDF and EPUB The acclaimed, Tony Award-winning play about groundbreaking mathematician Alan Turing, the father of computer science. The vivid and compassionate story moves fluidly through time, following Turing as he cracks the German Enigma code during World War II and wrestles with his homosexuality and English codes of sexual discretion.

Breaking the Code of History

Filename: breaking-the-code-of-history.pdf
ISBN: 0956717500
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 472
Author: David Murrin

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Breaking the Silence

Filename: breaking-the-silence.pdf
ISBN: 9780807135693
Release Date: 2007-02-01
Number of pages: 208
Author: David Ikard
Publisher: LSU Press

Download and read online Breaking the Silence in PDF and EPUB Can black males offer useful insights on black women and patriarchy? Many black feminists are doubtful. Their skepticism derives in part from a history of explosive encounters with black men who blamed feminism for stigmatizing black men and undermining racial solidarity and in part from a perception that black male feminists are opportunists capitalizing on the current popularity of black women's writing and criticism. In Breaking the Silence, David Ikard goes boldly to the crux of this debate through a series of provocative readings of key African American texts that demonstrate the possibility and value of a viable black male feminist perspective. Seeking to advance the primary objectives of black feminism, Ikard provides literary models from Chester Himes's If He Hollers Let Him Go, James Baldwin's Go Tell It on the Mountain, Toni Morrison's Paradise, Toni Cade Bambara's The Salt Eaters, and Walter Mosley's Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned and Walkin' the Dog that consciously wrestle with the concept of victim status for black men and women. He looks at how complicity across gender lines, far from rooting out patriarchy in the black community, has allowed it to thrive. This complicity, Ikard explains, is a process by which victimized groups invest in victim status to the point that they unintentionally concede power to their victimizers and engage in patterns of behavior that are perceived as revolutionary but actually reinforce the status quo. While black feminism has fostered important and necessary discussions regarding the problems of patriarchy within the black community, little attention has been paid to the intersecting dynamics of complicity. By laying bare the nexus between victim status and complicity in oppression, Breaking the Silence charts a new direction for conceptualizing black women's complex humanity and provides the foundations for more expansive feminist approaches to resolving intraracial gender conflicts.

Breaking the Code

Filename: breaking-the-code.pdf
ISBN: 1939288681
Release Date: 2014-08-01
Number of pages: 256
Author: Pat Matter

Download and read online Breaking the Code in PDF and EPUB A real-life crime adventure that takes you on a behind-the-scenes look at the Hells Angels, and what it takes to take down one of their most prominent leaders. The story traces how the lives of the authors, a Hells Angel president and an honest, hard-working cop, collide and result in an unlikely friendship.

Breaking the Code

Filename: breaking-the-code.pdf
ISBN: 9781849548182
Release Date: 2014-09-29
Number of pages: 560
Author: Gyles Brandreth
Publisher: Biteback Publishing

Download and read online Breaking the Code in PDF and EPUB "Brandreth is the true Samuel Pepys of our day." Andrew Neil, BBC Radio Five Live "Brandreth, for my money, offers about the most honest, and the most amusing, account of the demented, beery futility of the Tory-ruled Commons in the 1990s." Boris Johnson, Daily Telegraph "Hilariously acute ... Irresistible." Matthew d'Ancona, Sunday Telegraph "Extremely touching ... Brandreth emerges as a decent, amusing, talented and charming man." Simon Heffer, Daily Mail "As a witty and insightful chronicler ... Brandreth is unsurpassed." Michael Simmons, The Spectator Gyles Brandreth's revealing journal paints an extraordinary portrait of Whitehall and Westminster in our time - warts and all. Brandreth - MP for Chester and government whip - enjoyed a ringside seat at the great political events of the 1990s, from the fall of Margaret Thatcher to the election of Tony Blair. With candid descriptions of the key figures of the era, from the leading players to the ministers who fell from grace, and a cast that includes the Queen, Bill Clinton and Joanna Lumley, these widely acclaimed diaries provide a fascinating insight into both the reality of modern government and the bizarre life of a parliamentary candidate and new MP. Controversially, Breaking the Code also contains the first ever insider's account of the hitherto secret world that is the Government Whips' Office. This new, complete edition features material previously excised for legal reasons, as well as additional diaries that take the story on another ten years to the departure of Tony Blair and the arrival as Tory leader of David Cameron - a bright young hopeful when Brandreth first meets him in 1993.

Breaking The Jewish Code

Filename: breaking-the-jewish-code.pdf
ISBN: 9781599798424
Release Date: 2010-09-24
Number of pages: 256
Author: Perry Stone
Publisher: Charisma Media

Download and read online Breaking The Jewish Code in PDF and EPUB The Jewish people have thrived for more than four thousand years under both good and unthinkable circumstances. In Breaking The Jewish Code, Perry Stone helps readers unlock the amazing secrets to this success. Anyone can apply these time-honored principles in their life to create wealth, live in health, build faith, raise successful children, and pass on generational blessings! Topics include: Understanding the Hebrew Covenant with God and why it works The feasts, Sabbaths and celebrations: why success is also about family and having fun The significance in the names you give your children o The spiritual principles of wealth and prosperity How to leave a legacy and pass on the blessing to future generations And much more!

The Obesity Code

Filename: the-obesity-code.pdf
ISBN: 9781771641272
Release Date: 2016-03-03
Number of pages: 296
Author: Jason Fung
Publisher: Greystone Books

Download and read online The Obesity Code in PDF and EPUB Everything you believe about how to lose weight is wrong. Weight gain and obesity are driven by hormones—in everyone—and only by understanding the effects of insulin and insulin resistance can we achieve lasting weight loss. In this highly readable and provocative book, Dr. Jason Fung sets out an original, robust theory of obesity that provides startling insights into proper nutrition. In addition to his five basic steps, a set of lifelong habits that will improve your health and control your insulin levels, Dr. Fung explains how to use intermittent fasting to break the cycle of insulin resistance and reach a healthy weight—for good.

The Bro Code

Filename: the-bro-code.pdf
Release Date: 2009-10-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: Barney Stinson
Publisher: Barney Stinson

Download and read online The Bro Code in PDF and EPUB About the Author Barney Stinson is an awesome dude who lives in New York City and appears weekly on the hit CBS show How I Met Your Mother. Matt Kuhn is one of the coolest staff writers for How I Met Your Mother and helps write Barney’s Blog on the show’s website. He lives in Los Angeles, California. Everyone's life is governed by an internal code of conduct. Some call it morality. Others call it religion. But Bros in the know call this holy grail The Bro Code. Historically a spoken tradition passed from one generation to the next, the official code of conduct for Bros appears here in its published form for the first time ever. By upholding the tenets of this sacred and legendary document, any dude can learn to achieve Bro-dom.