At My Father's Wedding

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Bantam, Nov 1, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 224 pages
From the bestselling author of The Flying Boy comes the only book on men's issues that goes behind the scenes of the controversial men's group meetings and workshops to show how men have successfully healed themselves and each other of inner, psychological wounds.

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AT MY FATHER'S WEDDING: Reclaiming Our True Masculinity

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Further exploration of the new masculinity, this time by men's workshop leader Lee. Lee's basic assumption is that sons whose fathers were not there for them—physically, emotionally, or spiritually ... Read full review

At my father's wedding: reclaiming our true masculinity

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Lee writes about the benefits of men's groups and the "camp-out and inner journey'' gatherings that he leads. He reveals the wounds inflicted by emotionally and/or physically destructive fathering and ... Read full review


Our Deepest Wound
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