Why Men Depress Women
by Dr. Edward M. Waring
A close, confiding relationship is the single thread that explains successful marriages and strong families. Marital intimacy can be facilitated through the self-disclosure of personal constructs.
Dr. Edward M. Warings experience as a psychiatrist taught him that most depressed women who consult a psychiatrist will be offered individual psychotherapy or antidepressant medication, but not a couples assessment. Individual psychotherapy may result in the relationship ending and ADM will not address issues of intimacy. Evidence suggests marital therapy may reduce depressive symptoms and improve the relationship.
Why Men Depress Women allows readers to understand why men depress women, evaluate their own level of intimacy, and consider a specific type of marital therapy or time for a better marriage.
About the Author:
Dr. Edward M. Waring is a retired psychiatrist. He was the professor and head of the Department of Psychiatry at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario. He was also assist dean for CME at Western University in London, Ontario. Dr. Waring was past president of both the Ontario and British Columbia Psychiatric Associations. In his residency, he was awarded the Gold Medal in Psychiatry at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Waring is married with four grandchildren. He has lived in London, England, South Carolina, Toronto, and now Vancouver, and continues to enjoy travel.
(2016, Paperback, 136 pages)