Contributed by David Wexler
"I'm Not That Guy"
Navigating the New Couples Conversation
From Storytelling 2020
The Art of Presenting
Understanding What Your Audience Needs
Defusing Male Shame
Understanding the Significance to Male Clients
Why men fear therapy
In Affliction, Russell Banks's classic novel about the tragedy of masculinity, a ne'er-do-well named Wade Whitehouse plans a special Halloween weekend with his 11-year-old daughter, Jill, who lives with her divorced mother, Lillian. Furthermore, evolutionary psychology teaches us that men are wired for procuring and performing (while females are wired for tending and befriending)--a trait that may provide a biological backdrop to the modern male focus on success. Read More
David Wexler, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and executive director of the Relationship Training Institute. He’s the author of six books, including When Good Men Behave Badly and Men in Therapy.