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The prodigal father : reuniting fathers and their children : with a special section for mothers

Author: Mark A Bryan
Publisher: New York : C. Potter, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The Prodigal Father, written from the perspective of a man who both lost and regained his position in his son's life, maps the process of estrangement and the route to reunion. Grounded in a decade of work in adult education, most notably as cofounder of The Artist's Way workshop techniques, Bryan is an adroit and inspiring practitioner of the skills needed to rebuild lives. His work as a counselor with troubled
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark A Bryan
ISBN: 0517706172 9780517706176
OCLC Number: 36873186
Description: 278 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. The Haunting --
2. The Shared Trauma of Separation --
3. Getting Ready: The Return of Self-Respect --
4. Making Amends to Your Child's Mother --
5. The Reunions --
6. First Contact with Your Child --
7. Different Ages, Different Needs --
8. Forging New Bonds --
9. Embracing Your Child's Extended Family --
For Mothers --
A Guide to Starting a Study Group.
Responsibility: Mark Bryan.
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The Prodigal Father, written from the perspective of a man who both lost and regained his position in his son's life, maps the process of estrangement and the route to reunion. Grounded in a decade of work in adult education, most notably as cofounder of The Artist's Way workshop techniques, Bryan is an adroit and inspiring practitioner of the skills needed to rebuild lives. His work as a counselor with troubled teens as well as his history as a teen father, an estranged.

Father, and finally a reunited father allow him to know the problems of father absence inside out. Bryan's voice, from the heart and the heartland, speaks for disenfranchised fathers and families everywhere.

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