Books by Michael Gurian

THE WONDER OF AGING by Michael Gurian
Released: June 18, 2013

"An engaging warning against a hopeless search for the fountain of youth that overlooks some of the painful issues of retirement, such as loss of savings, debt and adult children needing financial and emotional support."
Mental health counselor and self-help guru Gurian (The Invisible Presence: How a Man's Relationship with His Mother Affects All His Relationships with Women, 2012, etc.) moves up the age spectrum to discuss how to embrace the experience of getting older. Read full book review >
AN AMERICAN MYSTIC by Michael Gurian
Released: March 1, 2000

"Well-conceived and written with real style and grace, but altogether too hokey in the end."
An American Mystic ($24.95; Mar.; 288 pp.; 0-670-88296-8): Psychotherapist Gurian (The Good Son, 1999) offers his debut novel, a rather mushy account in the tradition of The Razor's Edge, describing a young man's search for enlightenment. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 6, 1999

"A well-planned program whose nonsectarian, nonpreachy approach makes it an appropriate guide for all parents concerned about the moral development of their sons."
A practical guide for parents in raising sons to become compassionate and responsible men. Read full book review >