Men throughout the United States and beyond have adopted a feminine perspective on what it means to be a man. Without realizing it, they have made a terrible mistake. Instead of meeting women halfway, men have yielded their natural roles and are walking around emasculated. As a result, society has begun to break down, and men everywhere are hungry for the reemergence of an authentic masculinity.
This guidebook offers solutions so that men can learn who they are and cultivate their masculine identities. Important areas of research include:
•Differences between the male and female brains;
•Case studies portraying why misunderstandings occur between the sexes;
•Ways that men and women can best contribute to society; and
•Strategies to get to know yourself better as a man.
If you sense something is wrong with yourself or the men around you, then listen to your instincts. Take steps to fix your natural compass and help others find their way out of the wilderness. By embracing knowledge, there is still Hope for the Caveman.
The above synopsis of Hope for the Caveman by Patrick Williams, MD, provides a glimpse into what is sure to be a thought-provoking read for men and the women who love them!
Who's Patrick Williams, the author? He's a board-certified physician in internal medicine and geriatrics, and he focuses on helping men in midlife make a successful transition to the second half of life. He lives in a small town in the mountains of Colorado with his wife of thirty-five years.
Enter to win a copy of Hope for the Caveman by commenting below about why you need this book. The winner will be chosen randomly on Saturday, December 24, 2011, to receive either a hard copy or an e-book.
As a post script, these book giveaways are starting to become a habit! I'm hoping that they continue as such. xoxo
* Pursuant to FTC Guidelines, this book will be provided to one reader free of charge. I did not receive any compensation for this post or giveaway.