Men have long been conditioned to conceal the full range of emotions. David Kundtz shows men how to identify and express whatever they’re feeling in a healthy way and to learn to be comfortable with the feelings of others. He provides the tools and language with which men can access and express deep, vibrant, emotional lives. Written for males, from teenagers to grandfathers,
Nothing’s Wrong liberates men in the ways that really count. “Nothing’s Wrong is simple, short, straightforward, easy-to-read and very perceptive. Kundtz’s ‘three steps’ give men and boys a clear guide to emotional fitness. I think this book is really going to change lives.” (Michael Gurian Author of The Wonder of Boys)
“If you’re ready, this book is for you. Saved my life.” (Reviewer on amazon.com)
“Nothing’s Wrong is simple, short, straightforward, easy-to-read and very perceptive. Kundtz’s ‘three steps’ give men and boys a clear guide to emotional fitness. I think this book is really going to change lives.” — Michael Gurian Author of The Wonder of Boys)
“This is a great introduction to an important topic that men must embrace or risk living only half a life!”
“Nothing’s Wrong: A Man’s Guide To Managing His Feelings by family therapist and public speaker David Kundtz is an impressively instructive self-help guide written especially for men to dealing with their feelings in a productive manner…. A practical and easy-to-understand assessment, Nothing’s Wrong is very highly recommended reading.”
“I am pleased to have the opportunity to review Nothing’s Wrong: A Man’s Guide to Managing His Feelings, a book written for men by a man. My interest in reviewing it comes out of the work I do in the field of Domestic Violence.”
“…0pens a new world that must be discovered. helps heal subconscious emotional woes.”
“… a truly exceptional and unique volume. Best of all, at just over 150 modestly sized pages, the entire book can be finished within a couple hours or so. You won’t regret it!”
(all above from amazon)
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