At my father's wedding: reclaiming our true masculinity

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Bantam Books, Nov 1, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 199 pages
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Author of three highly successful books--The Flying Boy, I Don't Want to Be Alone, and Recovery Plain and Simple--John Lee is one of the major leaders of the growing men's consciousness movement. Here he explains why most men today grew up without the benefit of real fathering and shows how to heal the wounded relationships of fathers and sons.

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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


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