Men's Book of the Week - 2001

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December 31, 2001-January 6, 2002: Know Thyself, Show Thyself: A guide to becoming the person you've always dreamed of being, Dr. Victor August
December 24-30: One Year Off: Leaving it all behind for a round-the-world journey with our children, David Elliot Cohen
December 17-23: The Fire Never Dies: One man's raucous romp down the road of food, passion & adventure, Richard Sterling
December 10-16: The Divorce Helpbook for Kids, Cynthia MacGregor
December 3-9: Be Loved for Who You Really Are: How the differences between men and women can be turned into the source of the very best romance you'll ever know, Judith Sherven, James Sniechowski
November 26-December 2: Ten Talks Parents Must Have with Their Children about Drugs & Choices, Dominic Cappello, Xenia G. Becher
November 19-25: Marked Men: White masculinity in crisis, Sally Robinson
November 12-18: How to Manage Your Dick* (Destructive Impulses with Cyber Kinetics): Redirect sexual energy and discover your more spiritually enlightened, evolved self, Sean Joseph O'Reilly
November 5-11: The Beaten Path: Field notes on getting wise in a wisdom crazy world, Ptolemy Tompkins
October 29-November 4: Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Men: Simple ways to minimize stress in a competitive world, Richard Carlson
October 22-28: The Men They Will Become: The nature and nurture of male character, Eli H. Newberger
October 15-21: And I Thought I was Crazy! Quirks, idiosyncrasies and meshugaas, Judy Reiser
October 8-14: Understanding Teenage Depression: A guide to diagnosis, treatment and management, Maureen Empfield and Nicholas Bakalar
October 1-7: The Abuse of Men: Trauma begets trauma, Barbara Jo Brothers
September 24-30: Doing It: Real people having really good sex, Isadora Alman
September 17-23: Understanding the Tin Man: Why so many men avoid intimacy, William July II
September 10-16: Father Courage: What happens when men put family first, Suzanne Braun Levine
September 3-9: Emotional Genius: Discovering the deepest language of the soul, Karla McLaren
August 27-September 2: Wisdom for the Journey, Don Jones
August 20-26: My Grandfather's Blessings: Stories of strength, refuge and belonging, Rachel Naomi Remen
August 13-19: Your Perfect Right: Assertiveness and equality in your life and relationships, Robert Alberti & Michael Emmons
August 6-12: The Little Big Book for Dads, Lena Tabori & Hiro Clark Wakabayashi
July 30-August 5: Teen Ink: More Voices, More Visions, Written by Teens, Stephanie H. Meyer & John Meyer
July 23-29: Scared Straight: Why it's so hard to accept gay people and why it's so hard to be human, Robert N. Minor
July 16-22: Find Your Purpose, Change Your Life: Getting to the heart of your life's mission, Carol Adrienne
July 9-15: Clinical and Educational Interventions with Fathers, Jay Fagan & Alan J. Hawkins
July 2-8: Chicken Soup for the Veteran's Soul: Stories to stir the pride and honor the courage, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Sidney R Slagter
June 25-July 1: Channeling Biker Bob: Heart of a Warrior, Nik Colyer
June 18-24: The Andropause Mystery: Unraveling truths about the male menopause, Robert S. Tan
June 11-17: Chicken Soup for the Father's Soul, Jack Canfield
June 4-10: Men Don't Listen, Wayne L. Misner
May 28-June 3: Mythopoetic Perspectives of Men's Healing Work: An anthology for therapists and others, Ed. Edward Read Barton
May 21-27:Country Matters: The pleasures and tribulations of moving from a big city to an old country farmhouse, Michael Korda
May 14-20: Prison Masculinities, Don Sabo, Terry Kupers, Willie London
May 7-13: Food Men Love: All-time favorite recipes, Margie Lapanja.
April 30-May 6: She Wants a Ring - and I Don't Wanna Change a Thing: How a man can overcome his fears of commitment and marriage, James Douglas Barron
April 23-29: Castration: An abbreviated history of Western manhood, Gary Taylor
April 16-22: The Serpent Slayer and other stories of strong women, Katrin Tchana, Trina Schart Hyman.
April 9-15: Chicken Soup for the Prisoner's Soul: 101 stories to open the heart and rekindle the spirit of hope, healing and forgiveness, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hanse, Tom Lagana
April 2-8: Fathertime: Stories on the heart and soul of fathering, Christopher Scribner & Chris Frey
March 26-April 1: Making Weight: Men's conflicts with food, weight, shape & Appearance, Arnold Andersen, Leigh Cohn, Thomas Holbrook
March 19-25: Looking Good: Male body image in modern America, Lynne Luciano
March 12-18 Hardest Times: The trauma of long term unemployment, Thomas Cottle
March 5-11: A Man's Garden, Warren Schultz
February 26-March 4: The Isaiah Effect: Decoding the lost science of prayer and prophecy, Gregg Braden
February 19-25: Cowboy Poetry Matters: From Abilene to the Mainstream, Robert McDowell, ed.
February 12-18: Wild Sex for New Lovers: The only guide you need for getting what you want, Graham Masterton, Signet, 2001
February 5-11: Fatherloss: How sons of all ages come to terms with the deaths of their dads, Neil Chethik, Hyperion, 2001
January 29-February 4: Unbending Gender: Why family and work conflict and what to do about it, Joan Williams, Oxford University Press, 2000
January 22-28: Dads, Toddlers and the Chicken Dance, Peter Downey. Fisher Books, 2000
January 15-21: Taboo: Why black athletes dominate sports and why we're afraid to talk about it, Jon Entine, Public Affairs
January 8-14: Coping with Teen Suicide, James M. Murphy, Rosen Publishing, 1999
January 1-7: Opening to Love 365 Days a Year, Judith Sherven and James Sniechowski, Health Communications, 2000

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