John Lee has taught Religious Studies at Austin Community College and Literature, Humanities and American Studies at the University of Texas and the University of Alabama. With a private counseling practice specializing in masculine psychology and men's issues, co-dependency and adult children of alcoholics, he also is the director of the Austin Men's Center.
my father wasn't an alcoholic but i fit into the co-dependent, people pleaser paradigm. his faction story hit home.Published 3 months ago by oxymoronic
The ending is weak. The other 80% needs to be read by all people - Male and female.Published 4 months ago by DRHMoss
This book excuses and explains away men's poor behavior towards women. Sorry, I don't believe in making excuses for why someone treats people poorly; male or female. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lainee
This was actually recommended to me by a man. However, I noticed that the family issues that lead to dysfunction are not only limited to men, as many of my own buttons were... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Charlie