Men and Friendship

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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Men and Friendship
  • Stuart Miller
  • English
  • 23 October 2019
  • 0874776856

About the Author: Stuart Miller

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Men and FriendshipAn Intimate, Revealing Look At The Rewards Of Close Male Friendships Through His Personal Quest Miller Exposes The Underlying Codes And Dictates That Prevent Men From Sustaining Close Friendships In Adulthood And Helps Men Recapture The Male Community Of Close Companions Left Behind In Childhood.

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10 thoughts on “Men and Friendship

  1. Aidan says:

    Little known and undiscovered, but this book is a true gem Full of profound insight about human relations in the modern society, and relationships between men especially It is not flowers and sunshine, to read this text, but the sting is worth it Because it s time to wake up and snap out of this hypnosis that we are having friendships when in reality we barely know the people we call friends , or people who call us friends The faults the book deals with are mostly relevant in case of adul Little known and undiscovered, but this book is a true gem Full of profound insight about human relations in the modern society, and relationships between men especially It is not flowers and sunshine, to read this text, but the sting is worth it Because it s time to wake up and snap out of this hypnosis that we are having friendships when in reality we barely know the people we call friends , or people who call us friends The faults the book deals with are mostly relevant in case of adults, not college age men Students still seem to keep their friendships going although I know examples even there where people have abandoned the concept altogether and still value such relations Adults don t seem to be doing so well at all, though.This book was written in 1983, thus it didn t even have the chance to get into the subject of social media and how it has made banal and cheapened human relationships and friendships, but surprisingly, it touches even on such aspect.I could surely sympathize with the author s insistence on deeper andmeaningful friendships, with an ideal of friendship that harks back to the classical age, and with a desire to breathe life back into the institution of friendship as a whole This is all relevant to our contemporary age and society because most adults are having friendships that don t go further than a quick lunch every few months, and it s a sad truth that this has to be the cost of our proud independence and privacy Because it does not have to be that way We all get to have it better, make it better, if only we wanted to and realized how profound an effect it has on one s life I have always held friendship to the same high standards that were displayed by men in the past It has always been something special to me, something deep, as necessary part of my life as the air that I breathe But I have come to realize that my approach to friendship is different than most adult men s I know mine isintense and involved, friendship isimportant to me than it is to most others This is a sad and a frustrating realization True friendship is one of the best things in life to have to have it falter on something as silly as one party not being able to clear a few of hours a month for it is truly a sad reality we have arrived at Frustrating, when you are the only one left fighting, trying to keep it alive, when you seem to be the only one to still care if it is still even there I think things can be a lot better in this regard I think they should be better We need to stop and start involving our friends into our monthly daily, even schedulesIt is not true that we don t have the time It is not true that we are that busy Friendship brightens life like the sun brightens the world and brings out the colors, it is ridiculous to opt out of this pleasure voluntarily

  2. Willy says:

    Given that there are no reviews of this book on Goodreads, I ll try to give potential readers an idea of what this book is about The book is a combination of personal anecdote and literary inspiration The author seeks to repair and or create deep, abiding, and intimate in the emotional sense male friendships The author is compelled to do this in the face of a divorce that leaves him without most of his former friends, and the abrupt realization that the male friendships so admired in litera Given that there are no reviews of this book on Goodreads, I ll try to give potential readers an idea of what this book is about The book is a combination of personal anecdote and literary inspiration The author seeks to repair and or create deep, abiding, and intimate in the emotional sense male friendships The author is compelled to do this in the face of a divorce that leaves him without most of his former friends, and the abrupt realization that the male friendships so admired in literature Jonathan and David, Achilles and Patroclus, etc are absent in his life The author explores his existing male friendships and tries to deepen them, with varying results, and writes honestly and openly of his feelings on all of these events I recommend this book highly to anyone interested in friendship generally, especially male friendship, and a glimpse into the emotional life of the modern male