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Father and Child Reunion: How to Bring the Dads We Need to the Children We Love Perfect Paperback – January 4, 2001
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Although "Father and Child Reunion" is not intended to be a reference book, it could easily serve as one. The book is meticulously researched, with almost five hundred footnotes. Dr. Farrell has carefully documented his subject in great detail, with a voluminous amount of supporting data.
It should be stressed, however, that this is not one of those dreary tomes that one has to wade through, fighting off sleep while searching for the 'good stuff'. On the contrary, it is a thoroughly enjoyable book that moves right along with the aid of a great deal of interesting material gathered by Farrell. The 'good stuff' isn't hidden; it jumps out at you from nearly every paragraph.
Farrell provides a number of illuminating explanations for some of the most common (and persistent) misconceptions regarding divorce, custody, and fatherhood. His careful dissection of the issues leaves little to chance- every facet is closely examined and laid bare.
Step-by-step, Farrell shows how fathers can be systematically removed from their children's lives, through the 'well-meaning' efforts of courts, social perceptions, and government offices. These things provide the tools, motives, and methods that permit fathers to be treated as second-class citizens in divorce and custody matters.
Farrell touches on a key point, something called the "presumption of perversion". This is a recent social attitude wherein all men are viewed with suspicion, and are thought not to be trusted around children because of their (presumed) proclivity to molest.Read more ›
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I just finished reading "Father and Child Reunion" by Dr. Warren Farrell and really enjoyed it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ThrillCozby
The bible backed by 13 years of research and hundreds of quality studies. Bottom line is "Sole custody is child abuse" that raises social pathologies in children 14,600%,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robert J. Norton
Excellent book full of creditable citations and facts to support the American family law system is failing our children and society.Published 9 months ago by Mark D.
Amazing book, amazing research.
That feminism is trying, successfully, to keep fathers away from their children is epically criminal, incredibly ignorant, and brazenly... Read more
Children need good Dads. This book gives hope to Fathers of divorce. The author makes a strong case in showing the reading the needs of children of divorce and having the father... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sheila
for a man like myself going through divorce an seeing a lot of this happening with my on this was very informative an put my mind at ease at times. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kindle Customer
A good read for fathers and mothers, Society and politics in general has set a poor course for future generations. Read morePublished 19 months ago by JerryLandi
I read this book when it first came out but found a need to go back again just last week as a resource to brush up on this issue. I started reading and couldn't stop. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Tom Golden
It's 2014 and I dearly hope this book has helped change the laws!
I found it extremely informative. Read more