Father loss: daughters discuss the man that got away

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Doubleday, Nov 1, 1984 - Family & Relationships - 291 pages
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A study of the father-daughter relationship focuses on the attitudes, experiences, and feelings of women who have lost their fathers--through death, divorce, or emotional abandonment--at an early age

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User Review  - Constance Matthews - Goodreads

It was ok. A pretty good and slightly comforting to read as a Daddy-less girl. It wasn't as eye-opening or informative as I'd hoped it would be though. Read full review

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My Father Died When
3
The FatherDaughter
15
Mourning
27
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