FatherLoss: How Sons of All Ages Come to Terms with the Deaths of Their Dads
by Neil Chethik
Father Loss shows how losing a father brings challenge and loss but can also be a foundation of heartiness, liberty and hope. Chetnik shares the stories of real people and honors varied styles. The book is based on a landmark national survey of more than 300 men, and in-depth interviews with 70 others. FatherLoss describes how boys, young men, middle-aged men, and older men react differently to a father's death. Although particularly oriented toward men, this is an extraordinary resource for anyone facing the death of a father, or still adjusting to such a loss that occurred years or even decades ago. Highly recommended.
Paperback, 304 pages.