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Book Details
  • Genre: SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre: Motivational & Inspirational
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 66

Becoming a Happier Man

A Man's Guide to Living a Full and Meaningful Life

by Edward M. Adams

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Overview

Becoming A Happier Man: A Man's Guide To Living A Full And Meaningful Life describes in words and provocative images the ingredients needed to live a satisfying life. Dr. Ed Adams, a professional artist and psychologist, condenses his years of encouraging emotional health in men into a book that informs the heart, mind, and imagination about the key elements needed to become happier.

This book is for a man who wants to build and maintain joy in his life and for women who support and inspire men to live big and deeper lives.

Description

All men want to live happy lives and Becoming a Happier Man is an invitation to do exactly that. With encouragement and awareness, men often break trough the unwritten and silly rules that culture imposes—and that we accept—to define ourselves as “real men. In reality, our ability to live meaningful and more satisfying lives increases the more we experience and express the best of our humanity. Becoming a Happier Man highlights essential perspectives of living a happier life that remain constant no matter how old we are, or whatever our background, education, career, race, sexual orientation, health, or bank account might seem to say about us. I’ve created this book to share what I’ve discovered from my own journey and from working with hundreds of men and facilitating over a thousand men’s groups over the past 30 years. Each page and image offers a meditation that with thoughtful reflection and positive intention will nurture a more savory taste of life. The words and images throughout this book describe what it takes for men to live “bigger lives” filled with meaning, connection, compassion and happiness. Consider the words and images as sparks able to ignite your own imagination and shed light upon your path toward Becoming a Happier Man.

About the author

Dr. Edward M. Adams is the Founder and Past President of Men Mentoring Men (MThree.org), a not-for-profit organization designed to support men to live happier and more meaningful lives. Ed earned his doctorate from Rutgers University and is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Somerville and Lambertville, New Jersey. In 2013, Ed received the Practitioner of the Year Award from Division 51 (Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity) of the American Psychological Association. Recently, Ed was elected to become the 2018 President of Division 51.

Beyond psychology, Ed is a professional artist with numerous accomplishments to his art career. These credits include commissions to create public sculptures honoring Raoul Wallenberg, Oscar Schindler, and for the Hemophilia Association of New Jersey. For over 25 years Ed has owned a gallery of his painting and sculpture and he is the first living psychologist to have a painting on the cover of the American Psychologist. Ed lives with his wife and two dogs in Lambertville, New Jersey.

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