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Billy No-Mates - How I Realised Men Have a Friendship Problem

English · Paperback

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''Where have all my friends gone?'' When Max Dickins decided to propose to his girlfriend, he realised there was no one he could call on to be his best man. He quickly learned that he wasn''t the only man struggling with friendships. For decades, countless studies from across the world have confirmed that men have fewer close friends than women - and the problem gets worse the older men get. But what goes wrong? And what can men do about it? Dickins is going to find out. Join Max on his funny and charmingly candid search as he takes a defibrillator to his social life. As he ultimately discovers that if he wants a Best Man, then he needs to be a better man.

About the author










Max Dickins is the author of Billy No-Mates, which has been translated into multiple languages and is currently being adapted for television. On the page, his writing has been featured in the Observer, Sunday Times, Daily Mail and GQ. On the stage, Max's critically acclaimed stage play Man on the Moor has toured nationally. On the airwaves, his radio show on Absolute Radio was nominated for a Sony Award. While on screen, Dickins has appeared numerous times on BBC One's Michael McIntyre's Big Show. Oh, and once he accidentally got addicted to Groupon deals: this sad (if quite amusing) experience spawning his first book, My Groupon Adventure.

@maxdickins | maxdickins.com


Summary

An honest, personal and funny look at male friendships, emotional connection and mental health

Product details

Authors Max Dickins
Publisher Canongate Books
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback
Released 06.07.2023
 
EAN 9781838853549
ISBN 978-1-83885-354-9
No. of pages 336
Dimensions 129 mm x 198 mm x 20 mm
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature > Letters, diaries
Non-fiction book > Politics, society, business > Biographies, autobiographies

SOCIAL SCIENCE / Men's Studies, FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Friendship, Self-help & personal development, Coping with mental health issues, Gender studies: men and boys, Gender Studies: Men, HEALTH & FITNESS / Mental Health

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