Father Loss: Daughters Discuss Life, Love, and Why Losing a Dad Means So Much
As a group, they express their insecurities (Sometimes I wonder if I’ll ever be able to love a man totally . . . because that would mean I didn’t love my father anymore.” Leslie). Yet individually, many have become outstanding achievers, including Eleanor Roosevelt (He dominated my life as long as he lived and was the love of my life for years after he died.”), Helen Gurney Brown (People in business, my bosses, I look to them all as fathers.”), Barbara Streisand, Gloria Steinem, Geraldine Ferraro and many others.
A bestseller when it was first published twenty-five years ago and now updated and revised, Father Loss gives information and insight to fatherless daughters, to widows and divorcees with daughters, and to every father who needs to understand the vital role he plays in his daughter’s lifeas the first man she ever loves.
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- Elyce Wakerman(Author) Dr. Holly Barrett PhD(Foreword)
- Yucca Publishing; Reprint edition (19 Nov. 2015)
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