The common myth is that men don't like to talk. The truth is they don't know how. They've been conditioned to leave the emotions to women. As a result, every father, son, husband, brother, and boyfriend has had something to get off his ...
The common myth is that men don't like to talk. The truth is they don't know how. They've been conditioned to leave the emotions to women. As a result, every father, son, husband, brother, and boyfriend has had something to get off his chest for years.
Dr. Shoshanna has persuaded a wide range of men from all walks of life to open up and speak their minds on:
¥ Living up to-and living down-the stereotype of "Real Men"
¥ The need for male bonding
¥ Sexual fears and apprehensions
¥ What their jobs and careers Symbolize
¥ The importance of spirituality
¥ What being in love means to them
¥ Who they really are and what they really want from a woman
Women will finally get the answer to the question, "What is he thinking?" And, more importantly, they will learn techniques for opening up the lines of communication so they won't have to wonder any more.
A psychologist and therapist for 28 years, Dr. Brenda Shoshanna published work has integrated psychology and spirituality in facing life’s crucial questions. She is the author of FEARLESS: 7 PRINCIPLES TO PEACE OF MIND (Sterling); THE ANGER DIET: 30 DAYS TO STRESS FREE LIVING (Andrews McMeel), listed as one of the best books of the year by Spirituality and Health. JEWISH DHARMA: A GUIDE TO THE PRACTICE OF JUDAISM AND ZEN; WHY MEN LEAVE, ZEN AND THE ART OF FALLING IN LOVE; ZEN MIRACLES; SAVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP, and EVERYDAY GRATITUDE.
Her books all offer psychological, practical and spiritual guidance. She has received wide critical-acclaim for all of her books, and has received excellent reviews from Tricycle, Publishers Weekly, Body & Soul and others, and won the NABE Award for the Best Book of the Year in the Category of Health. Her books have been translated into 18 languages, and she appears frequently on national television (CBS, ABC, NBC, MSNBC), in national print (Cosmopolitan, Mademoiselle, Allure), and in major venues online (she is currently the Relationship Expert on iVillage.com and was an instructor on Barnes & Noble University.com). She has spoken and taught at many universities, including Columbia, Adelphi, Marymount, and has offered over 500 talks and workshops nationally on all aspects of psychology, spirituality and fulfilling one’s potential.
In 2008 she hosted her own radio show on the Gary Null network, which offered her a weekly platform to address a wide range of issues dealing with spirituality and self-help.
Please visit her website at www.drshoshanna.com, to learn more, and to watch video.