Anger in the Bosom of Our Children: The Effects of Fatherlessness on Anger in Middle School Children

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iUniverse, Dec 1, 2003 - Psychology - 60 pages
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This book reveals one theory why dramatic increases in crime, violence, teen pregnancies, and many other inhibitors plague our inner cities. It addresses the problems of absentee fathers in urban communities, and the effects it has on a large population of our middle school children. Within the pages of this book strategies are outlined that will help encourage our children to be positive, hopeful, and persevere in order to face future challenges.

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