These are helpful scholarly articles that either I or Dr. Jo has joined or that we find helpful.
I don’t endorse all the information in these publications however I have found them all to be interesting, food for thought and worth reading
Patient Info Sheets
100 men bare all in a collection of photographs and interviews about manhood and ‘manhood’.
“An essential exploration of women’s sexuality that will radically transform your sex life into one filled with confidence and joy.”
She Comes First, is a witty, well-researched and revealing guide to bringing a woman to orgasm.
An oldie but a goodie!
“This book is for people of many identities, experience levels and interests. Covering sexual changes across the lifespan, the identity spectrum, sexual anatomy, and of course sex toys and products.”
This book provides practical strategies to help cope with the emotional and psychological stress of living with prostate cancer and to regain a sense of ease about the situation in which you may find yourself. Written by one of the world’s leading researchers into the psychological effects of cancer and how best to provide support for individuals and couples.
Informative and practical book that gives hope. This book is written by a prostate cancer survivor and his wife. It discusses impotence in lay terms, provides information on the commercial therapies and medications both available and being researched now, and gives practical advice about lovemaking-from getting in the mood to common sense suggestions to erection-less satisfaction
This book explains how symptoms due to hormone deficiency need to be differentiated from medical and emotional causes so appropriate treatment can be given. Hormones begin to change and decline between the ages of 35-55, during what is called perimenopause. This book includes discussion of all ages. Easy to read.
In 1997, David Deida released what would become one of the most widely read books on men’s spirituality ever published—The Way of the Superior Man. Very interesting read.
A fun book with lots of practical advice. Heterosexually focused.
This is book is a personal favourite of Melissa. Falling in love is easy but staying in love is a challenge. This book will help you understand the difference between how we show and receive love and why sometimes our partners/ children and friends just don’t feel appreciated and treasured when we think we are showing them. It is a quick read with a practical message.
This book is controversial and interesting, worth a read and a ponder. You decide….
A beautiful book that showcases the differences in women.This book celebrates uniqueness and diversity.
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