A nonprofit organization decidated to helping men build more authentic personal relationships, deeper self-understanding, and fulfilled lives. They sponsor "breakthrough" weekends and ongoing groups and programs.
A site that contains a comprehensive list of links and resources for men. The section on men who are single contains an array of self-help books and resources for single and single- again men.
Articles about Single Men
Akerlof, G. A. (1998). Men without children. The Economic Journal, 108, 287-309.
Chapman, R., & Rutherford, J. (Eds.). (1988) (reprinted in 1996). Male order: Unwrapping masculinity. London: Lawrence & Wishart.
Chudacoff, H. P. (1999). The age of the bachelor: Creating an American subculture. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Coley, R. L. (2001). (In)visible men: Emerging research on low-income, unmarried, and minority fathers. American Psychologist, 56, 743-753.
Coltrane, S. (2000). Fatherhood and marriage in the 21st century. National Forum, 80, 25-28.
Darling, J. (1976). An interactionist interpretation of bachelorhood and late marriage: The process of entering into, remaining in, and leaving careers of singleness. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
Davis, A. G., & Stong, P. M. (1977). Working without a net: The bachelor as a social problem. The Sociological Review, 25, 109-129.
DePaulo, Bella. (2006). Myth #6, Attention single men: You are horny, slovenly, and irresponsible, and you are the scary criminals. Or, you are sexy, fastidious, frivolous, and gay. In Singled Out. NY: St. Martin's Press.
Eggebeen, D. J., & Knoester, C. (2001). Does fatherhood matter for men? Journal of Marriage and Family, 63, 381-393.
Ehrenreich, B. (1983). The hearts of men: American dreams and the flight from commitment. NY: Anchor Books.
Gerson, K. (1993). No man's land: Men's changing commitments to family and work. NY: Basic Books.
Levinson, D. J. (1978). Seasons of a man's life. NY: Ballantine.
Nardi, P. M. (1992). Men's friendships. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Nock, S. L. (1998). Marriage in men's lives. NY: Oxford.
Oppenheimer, V. K., Kalmijn, M., & Lim, N. (1997). Men's career development and marriage timing during a period of rising inequality. Demography, 34, 311-330.
Rallings, E. M. (1966, November). Family situations of married and never-married males. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 485-490.
Rotundo, E. A. (1993). American manhood: Transformations in masculinity from the revolution to the modern era.. NY: Basic Books.
Snyder, K. V. (1999). Bachelors, manhood, and the novel, 1850-1925. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Waehler, C. A. (1991). Selected Rorschach variables of never-married men. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 47, 123-132.
Waehler, C. (1995). Relationship patterns of never-married men and their implications for psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 32, 248-257.
Waehler, C.A. (1996). Bachelors: The psychology of men who haven't married. Westport, CT: Praeger.