Steve Biddulph, AM, is one of the world's best known parent educators. A psychologist for 30 years, he is now retired but continues to write and teach. His books, including Raising Boys, Raising Girls, Ten Things Girls Need Most and The New Manhood, are in four million homes and 31 languages around the world. Steve's work has influenced the way we look at childhood, the development of boys and men, the exploitation of girls and the misuse of young women globally.
'This book is, obviously, about men and being a man. But it also has a broader resonance and significance. Through his insights into manhood today, Steve also reveals important truths about our culture and our world, and how they shape, for better or worse, who we are and what we become - young and old, men and women.' - Richard Eckersley, researcher and writer on progress and wellbeing, author of Well and Good: Morality, Meaning and Happiness. 'This landmark work is for those who truly want to understand and nurture the men and boys in their lives, and for men who want to better comprehend the nuances of their own and each other's lives.' - Maggie Hamilton, writer, social researcher, publisher and author of many books including What Men Don't Talk About.