Midlife is the stage of generativity versus stagnation. As a man realizes that he has lived more than half of his life, he will look for new ways to be generative with his family, as a father, in his community, and to others in general. Otherwise, he runs the risk of stagnation. There is little-published theory, research, or evaluation of men's programs for men at midlife. There is even less of these types of materials published about men at midlife involved in activities structured in a mythopoetic perspective or about men actively involved in mythopoetic men's work. This volume fills that void.Barton, Edward Read is the author of 'Mythopoetic Perspectives of Men's Healing Work An Anthology for Therapists and Others' with ISBN 9780897896467 and ISBN 0897896467.