This book delves into some of the thoughts and feelings that men often carry silently when it comes to subjects like love and heartbreak. Many men maintain an image of being the carer or provider for the rest of the world to see, but that doesn’t mean that men are exempt from the emotions that go with it.
Yet we live in a world where men are expected to confront and deal with emotions on their own, and society has trained men to do so. Hopefully readers will identify with the descriptions in this book so that they do not feel alone. When it comes to those taboo male emotions, hopefully a problem shared is a problem halved. Just the fact of knowing there is someone else like you out there will help as readers work through the same emotions. If one reader of this book identifies with the content, then my task is accomplished. The book’s larger purpose is to help men realize they don’t need to categorize love and heartbreak into a right or wrong emotion—there is no such thing. So do not fear love; identify with it. And hopefully the experiences will eventually lead to fulfillment, but we must learn as we go. This book will be your companion to read when the going gets tough, but remember the main message: you are not alone.