Fatherloss: How Sons of All Ages Come to Terms with the Deaths of Their Dads

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Hyperion Books, Sep 19, 2001 - Self-Help - 336 pages
FatherLoss is a nuanced look at one of the most common and least-studied events in mens lives. Offering a fresh view of the grieving process and practical advice, this book contains information on: how a son can prepare for his loss; coping immediately following the death; a womans role in helping men through it; and the different ways men grieve.

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Men have been accused of being incapable of grieving when, in truth, says writer/speaker Chethik, they have not been allowed to do so. Billed as a counterpart to Hope Edelman's superior Motherless ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Neil Chethik, a graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, specializes in writing about the psychology of men. A professional speaker and workshop leader, he has worked on the staffs of newspapers in Florida and California. He lives in Lexington, Kentucky.

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