Brooks, Gary R. (1998), A new psychotherapy for traditional men, San Francisco: Jose-Bass Publishers
Man can learn how their troubles in relationships and life are often the result of cultural expectations and not personal failures. Anger, withdraw, substance abuse and infidelity can all be linked to a man’s own miss-understanding of what he needs and longs for to feel truly present to living–even joy and completeness. This book offers practical insights for manly men who feel disconnected from the emotional loop that surrounds them. The traditional man can learn how to engage with full authority in his own nature.
Mead, Michael, (2006).The Water of Life: Initiation and Tempering of the Soul, Seattle, WA: Greenfire Press.
With myth and folk tales Michael Mead weaves a rich story speaking to men on the dynamics of power, love, wounds, violence, passion, deep loss and rootlessness in today’s complicated world. He shows both men and women how to transform these difficult modern situations into community full of renewal and fierce living.