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Nothing's Wrong: A Man's Guide to Managing Emotions (Gift For Men, Learn Good Communication Skills)

Nothing's Wrong: A Man's Guide to Managing Emotions (Gift For Men, Learn Good Communication Skills)

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Men, It’s Time to Master your Emotions

Too often Men are told to bottle up how they feel which leads to emotional numbness. Men, take the reins back and master your emotions with this guide to emotional healing.

Every man has a deep bed of emotions. Emotions and feelings shouldn’t be ignored. To get the great and healthy relationships you desire, you need to change the way that you manage your emotions. David Kundtz has created this full guide to steer you towards emotional healing.

Men, master your emotions. Emotions are diverse, learn all of different ways to spot your emotions and how to better express emotions. Become comfortable with your emotions, tune in to the emotions around you, and learn good communication skills. 

Men, this book is for you. This motivational book is dedicated to teenage boys, young men, fathers, and grandfathers. Build your emotional confidence and your communication skills. The language, tools, and the exercises inside of this book are designed to help you express the deep, vibrant and ever-present emotions that you hold inside of you. 

Nothing’s Wrong is packed with:

  • Processes to identify and master your emotions
  • Information for teenage boys, young men, fathers, and grandfathers 
  • Tips and Tools to aide you on your path towards emotional healing


If you enjoyed motivational books like Cry Like A Man, Master Your Emotions, or The Mental Toughness, then you’ll love Nothing’s Wrong.

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  • David Kundtz

    David Kundtz, S.Th.D., M.F.T, has sold more than 113,000 books in English, Spanish, and Japanese. He is a speaker and author of 7 books including the bestselling QUIET MIND: One Minute Mindfulness. David began as a Clergyman — for 20 years — then established a psychotherapy practice in Berkeley, CA for 20 more.

    David's Ph.D. is in pastoral psychology with graduate degrees in psychology and theology. A former Director and Presenter of Inside Track Seminars, David has sold more than 113,000 books around the world (in English, Spanish, and Japanese).


    In David's Words:


    "Would you please tell me, in understandable language, just what a "feeling" is?"

    My writing career began when a client of my counseling practice, a thirty-something married man who was clearly frustrated, asked me that question.

    "Oh" I responded, "that's a great question and not so easy to answer."

    I made some notes for him on the topic and later (1990) turned them into a self-published 40-page booklet, which became a successful small book, which became Nothing's Wrong: A Man's Guide to Managing His Feelings, which is still selling.

    And I'm still writing. Seven books later, I see a common thread that runs through all my work: Awareness. Specifically, trying to be as aware as possible of what is actually going on right now, as well as in the whole arc of life, and helping others to do the same.

    That idea is first and foremost in my writing and is well exemplified in my most recent book Being Present: A Book of Daily Reflections. Awareness is also at the heart of the practice of Stopping. (See my web page for an exposition:

    I've been fortunate to have a couple of best-sellers, Stopping: How to Be Still When You Have to Keep Going and Quiet Mind: One Minute Mindfulness, the latter being the best-selling of all. Among the others is Nothing's Wrong, mentioned above; an autobiographical work, Coming To: A Biomythography; a follow up to Quiet Mind, titled Awakened Mind: One Minute Wake Up Calls, and a work with a co-author on ministry.

    In total, well over 100,000 books sold. A reviewer commented: "Kundtz is an innovator in bringing the ancient wisdom of the world's spiritual traditions to modern readers, using language and concepts familiar to the contemporary, and too often pre-occupied, western mind."

    For some reasons that have faded into the mist of memory, I made a resolution when I was a boy of about nine or ten that I would do my best not to "sit behind a desk" for my life's work. I would try to do something that would get me out and about.

    I have more-or-less stuck to that resolution, even though, here I am, sitting at my desk, writing. I believe the feeling behind my youthful decision was a desire to do something I enjoyed, that had to do with being helpful to people, and allowed a certain amount of creativity.

    So at the age of 21, I started out my adult life by choosing something that surprised my family and friends, and in an odd way, even surprised me: I entered a seminary to become a Catholic priest. Of course, there are a lot of stories behind that decision, but in any event, so I did, and in 1963, I entered the ordained ministry for some 20 enjoyable years and many wide-ranging experiences. I did make a bid for independence by leaving my secure and family-filled home of Cleveland, Ohio and leapt across the country to do ministry in the unknown, beautiful state of Idaho, with a wonderful three-and-a-half year service in Cali, Colombia.

    Not everyone has a mid-life crisis, but I sure did and, as a result, I left religious ministry and entered graduate school at the age of 42, earning a doctoral degree in psychology at a school of the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. That led to my second career: marriage and family therapist, a profession that I love to this day. I first worked at a social service agency in Oakland, California and then moved into a private practice in Berkeley for another 20 some years.

    So - erstwhile priest, psychotherapist, and writer - Here I am and grateful to be. Please feel free to contact me by email: