Men Are by David Luck

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Researchers, psychologists, and other shaman lead us to believe that men never share their feelings. These experts would depict men as silent, sitting with a TV clicker in one hand and a beer in the other. Except for an occasional belch, no other form of communication occurs between this mythic man and those around him: wife, children, dogs, or a favorite horse.These experts tell us that when men do speak, they speak sports or at least in sport metaphors, and feelings are never a direct part of conversation with other men, or with women, for that matter.Men Are, a short-story glimpse into the lives, loves, and fantasies of real men delivers insight, longing, and hope gathered from the golden threads of sincere and deep feelings.Men Are is-men are.

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Published February 12, 2003 by iUniverse. 254 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Recently I re-discovered this book while browsing through a local op-shop, with enthusiasm I took it to the counter to take home & re-read the beautiful life lessons offered by John Gray.

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