Tag Archives: Irritable male syndrome

Are You Feeling Down? Is Your Guy?

In today’s society, it seems like there’s a lot going on to get us depressed – the economy is still stalled, radioactive water is seeping into the Pacific Ocean around Japan, civil wars are breaking out in Africa and the Middle East, just for starters. Has absorbing all of this thrown you into a tailspin? We’ve talked before here on the blog about how to cope with your own stress and blues, how to rebuild a sense of resiliency to buffer you from anxiety and worry, and how to help … Continue reading

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Summary of Virtual Book Tour with Dr. Jed Diamond

Ready for the wrap up of our Virtual Book tour with Dr. Jed Diamond? Thanks to those of you who tuned in to the spirited discussion yesterday. And for the newcomers, you can read the Q&A on Thursday’s blog. What follows is a summary of our readers’ questions: One woman asked: We hear so much about estrogen loss at menopause and the controversy around using hormones. Are there similar issues for men with low testosterone? Jed’s reaction: There are a number of similarities between the hormonal changes women go through … Continue reading

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Virtual Book Tour: Dr. Jed Diamond and "Mr. Mean"

Today we are delighted to welcome Dr. Jed Diamond to our blog’s Virtual Book Tour. Jed is the author of Mr. Mean: Saving Your Relationship from the Irritable Male Syndrome. He is the director of MenAlive, a program that helps men and the women who love them. Mr. Mean answers critical questions that women and men have about how they can heal themselves, their partners and their relationships. Now see for yourself: Nourishing Relationships: How did you come to write this book? Jed Diamond: When my previous book, The Irritable … Continue reading

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Virtual Book Tour Q&A: "Irritable Male Syndrome"

Many of you women in the Sandwich Generation logged on yesterday to take part in our interview with Dr. Jed Diamond. We had a spirited discussion with the author of The Irritable Male Syndrome: Managing the 4 Key Causes of Depression and Aggression. Our thanks to Jed for being so generous with his time – and here are a sampling of questions and his responses: One reader’s comment: Thanks for this good information. So far my husband doesn’t seem to have any problems, but now that I know about IMS, … Continue reading

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