The Media and The Experts Are Raving About
Jed Diamond and His Work
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"To call The
Irritable Male Syndrome a milestone is an understatement.
— Jean Bonhomme MD, MPH, President, National Black Men's
Health Network and Board of Advisors, Men's Health Network
"Jed Diamond is, quite simply, one of the
wisest men writing today on the topic of male emotional and
— Michael Gurian, author of What Could He Be Thinking
"Jed's books are must reading for men and
women who want to heal their wounds and find lasting love.
They change the way we look at ourselves, each other, and
— John Gray, author of Men
Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
"Down to earth advice about the path that
leads away from the kingdom of the hollow men."
— Sam Keen, author of Fire
in the Belly
"After reading Jed's books I don't feel
nearly as alone as a man."
— John Robbins, author of Diet
for a New America
"Jed Diamond once more succeeds in bringing
an important men`s health issue to public awareness and at
the same time offers a valuable resource for all health professionals.
— Siegfried Meryn, M.D. Professor of Medicine, President
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR MEN`S HEALTH, Editor-in-Chief Journal
of Men's Health and Gender
"Jed's homeward journey of awakening has
taken him far into the mystery of being male and human is
dangerous territory in an age when being male and human is
practically a crime."
— Daniel Quinn, author of Ishmael
"To venture into the private world of male
vulnerability in such a personal and professional way takes
a fine mind, a sensitive ear, and a compassionate heart."
— Pat Love, Ph.D., author of Hot
"I am impressed with his compassion, empathy,
and practical solutions for men going through this difficult
— Fredric E. Rabinowitz, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology,
University of Redlands; President, Society for the Psychological
Study of Men and Masculinity, Co-author of Men
and Depression: Clinical and Empirical Perspectives
"Jed addresses all the major issues that
trouble thoughtful men and women, including addictions, violence
toward others, destruction of the environment, and the longing
for father's love."
— Jennifer P. Schneider, M.D., author of Back
"Male depression is a highly unrecognized
condition and thanks to Jed Diamond we hear more about the
emotional and physical implications of the irritable male
— Siegfried Kasper, M.D. Professor and Chair Department
of General Psychiatry Medical University of Vienna
"I know many men of great intelligence
and many of great compassion. Jed Diamond is the rare combination
of both--he teaches with his head and his heart. He is a man
— Rich Tossi, Co-Founder of the New Warrior Training
Adventure of the ManKind Project
"Diamond combines his own openness and
clear writing with the stories of his clients to develop a
time-tested map for helping us find love in all the right
— Warren Farrell, Ph.D., author of Father
and Child Reunion
"Jed takes us by the hand, the throat, the
heart, and the soul and ushers us into a new possibility where
masculinity is life affirming."
— John Lee, author of The
"When society learns what Diamond is teaching,
that boys are to be raised as men, not indoctrinated into
manhood, we will all live better lives."
— Dan Bollinger, Executive Director, International Coalition
for Genital Integrity
"Jed Diamond offers a new understanding
of male depression that is sure to change the way we treat
this increasingly dangerous disease."
— Larrian Gillespie, M.D., author of The
"Jed's fluid approach to addictions as
individually defined and his creativity in treating them offer
much hope to the many men and women who are turned off by
— Robbie Davie-Floyd, Ph.D., author of Birth
as an American Rite of Passage
"At this challenging time in history we
men need all the help we can get from courageous pioneers
— Bill Kauth, co-founder of the New Warrior Training
Adventure of the ManKind Project and author of A
Circle of Men: The Original Manual for Men's Support Groups
"I admire the way Jed cares for people.
His personal journey into previously unexplored areas of the
human psyche can be likened to a pioneer crossing into new
— Stephen Johnson, Ph.D., Executive Director of The Men's
Center of Los Angeles
"Jed's work is honest, unpretentious, and
compassionately REAL! Jed Diamond's personal journey will
touch many people; and the essence of recovery and healing
rings true for all."
— Chungliang Al Huang, Living Tao Foundation, author
of Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain.
"Jed goes right to the heart of our present
problems and shows us how to heal ourselves, our relationships,
and the fragile planet we all share."
— Gerald Jampalsky, M.D., author of Love
is Letting Go of Fear
"Jed has experienced IMS and freely shares
the intimate details of his struggles. This unabashed vulnerability
may be why men are willing to risk exposing their own fears
in working with him."
— Jane Chin, Ph.D., Founder, Jane's Mental Health Source
"Jed Diamond continues to be a pioneer
in men's work. His 40 years of experience in the field gives
his work the kind of authority that few possess."
— Reid Baer, Editor, A Man Overboard Magazine
"Jed is a true healer. Very few speak of
contemporary men's dilemma with the insight and empathy that
shines on every page of Jed Diamond's work."
— Hari Meyers, Ph.D., psychotherapist, author The
Mythology of Masculine Soul
"The world needs men who are free at every
level to serve. Jed's work can help men make the transition
from making a living to making a life."
— Joe Dominguez, author of Your
Money or Your Life
"Jed Diamond's books are ones everyone should
read. They will help you understand why men are the way we
are. Get copies for everyone you know."
— Stan Dale, Director of the Human Awareness Institute
"Hurray for Jed! His work offers good sense
and brilliant analysis combined with love: love of men, of
people, of Earth and all her children."
— Brooke Medicine Eagle, Earthkeeper and author of Buffalo
Woman Comes Singing
"The men's movement meets the earth! Based
on 40 years of experience, Jed offers us a blueprint for survival."
— John Enright, Ph.D., recovering psychologist, poet,
"A warm, thoughtful, compassionate, and
balanced approach to our human tendency to become 'addicted'
to just about anything."
— Douglas Gillette, co-author of King,
Warrior, Magician, Lover
"Jed Diamond does a fine job of combining
personal, environmental, and psychological healing in making
an original and fascinating statement about men and the direction
we need to go."
— Herb Goldberg, Ph.D., author of The
Hazards of Being Male
"Jed Diamond draws a compelling thread
between the loss of our warrior values, the desecration of
the planet, and our pervasive addictions. His work is equally
important for women and men."
— Richard Strozzi Heckler, Ph.D., author of In
Search of the Warrior Spirit
"Diamond's call to action on behalf of
men's psychological, physical, and spiritual renewal is the
key to protecting the earth and reweaving the broken threads
of our social fabric."
— Aaron Kipnis, Ph.D., author of Gender
"Explores with great compassion and understanding
those dimensions of men's secret self that have been consigned
by the multitudes of walking wounded to silent despair."
— Hanny Lightfoot-Klein, author of Prisoners
"As a mother who did not know enough to
protect my own babies from the fires of the first physical/psychological
wounding 'circumcision' Jed's work is a gift to us all."
— Marilyn Fayre Milos, R.N., Executive Director, National
Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers
"Stripping away our addictions, returning
to our true core, Diamond clearly shows that our future lies
in going back to the time when men's sacred duty was the preservation
of the earth."
— John Stokes, Director, The Tracking Project