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In this groundbreaking book (New York Post), journalist Nicholas Weinstock talks candidly to men about a topic rarely discussed in depth: the real nature of their relationships with their mothers. Though men may joke about the subject--or simply avoid it--their feelings about their mothers run deep and strong, Weinstock asserts. Here, men open up, sharing their thoughts about the comforts and the conflicts, the struggles for independence, the taboos and the barriers that keep mothers and sons together or drive them apart. In the process, he provides a personal meditation on his own relationship with his mother--a moving, often humorous account that touches upon everything from early-childhood memories to adolescent hostilities to the subtle influence of his mother on his own romantic life.