More Coaching for Fatherhood: Teaching Men New Life Roles

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New Horizon Press, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 242 pages
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Lewis Epstein addressed the crisis of fatherhood inCoaching for Fatherhood (1996), which promoted "coaching” as a step-by-step strategy to help men become more emotionally connected with their children. In this expanded follow-up book, the author includes new chapters such as "Long Distance Fathering,” "Fathers and Divorce,” and "Gay Fatherhood” to help men become influential and productive dads when far from their children, in the midst of divorce, or when facing barriers as gay men. Epstein’s caring, practical approach shows how becoming a better dad dramatically improves both father and child, the family, and society at large.

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Veteran psychotherapist and family therapist Epstein has revised and updated his debut title,Coaching for Fatherhood (1996), to help men fill the void left by by emotionally or physically absent ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction Xt 1 Fathers and the Emotional Void
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Carrying Out Fathers Feelings
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The Nature of the Work
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