The Men's Room: A Thinking Man's Guide for Surviving Women of the Next Millennium

Author(s): Toby Green


After thirty years of hard work by feminists all around the world, women now have a much better idea of what they want and how to get it. Men, on the other hand, don't know if they're Arthur or Martha. They have been told in no uncertain terms that the old ways of relating to the opposite sex are not on, but they haven't been involved in setting any new terms of engagement. For men, the rise of the women's movement has been marked by the ostracism of the macho man, the rise and fall of the SNAG, the emergence of the loveable and laughable dope. Sadly, it has also been accompanied by a dramatic rise in domestic violence, divorce, workaholism, and suicide. Psychologist Toby Green has seen and treated increasing numbers of men in crisis. In "The Men's Room" she chronicles the mess men are in, and more importantly, offers a sensible solution to the crisis. Toby has written a prescription that men can follow which will take them into the next millennium as integrated individuals and full and equal partners with women. Toby s no-nonsense style works as well on paper as it does on the couch. This book is liberally sprinkled with anecdotes from Toby s files, stories all men - and women - will identify with. Her candid observations and wise and witty advice makes "The Men's Room" the definitive guide for confused men at the end of the millennium


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General Fields

  • : 9780091841881
  • : Random House Australia
  • : Random House Australia
  • : October 1999
  • : Australia
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Toby Green
  • : Paperback
  • : New edition
  • : 220