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Our Fathers, Ourselves: Daughters, Fathers, and the Changing American Family There s no denying that a woman s relationship with her father is one of the most important in her life And there s also no getting around how the quality of that relationship good, bad, or otherwise profoundly affects daughters in a multitude of waysIn Our Fathers, Ourselves, research psychologist, author and scholar Dr Peggy Drexler examines the ways in which the father daughter bond impacts women and offers helpful advice for creating a better, stronger, rewarding relationship Through her extensive research and interviews with women, Dr Drexler paints an intimate, timely portrait of the modern father daughter relationshipWomen today are increasingly looking to their dads for a less than traditional bond, but one that still stands the test of time and provides support, respect, and guidance for the lives they lead today Our Fathers, Ourselves is essential reading for any woman who has ever wondered how she could forge a closer connection with and gain a deeper understanding of her father

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10 thoughts on “Our Fathers, Ourselves: Daughters, Fathers, and the Changing American Family

  1. Jay Jay says:

    Having never been anyone s daughter, I didn t get any direct experience with the father daughter relationship until my own daughter was born My sisters were enough younger than me that I missed seeing a lot of their relationship with my dad, too I enjoy spending time with my daughter and trying to understand how she sees the world I know that my wife

  2. Carling13 Carling13 says:

    Utter dire and disgusting rubbish.This is a book from a past time, when American women hadn t a clue about what their fathers really were that is pedophiles and satanists.But Dr Drexler is right fathers certainly do have an influence on their daughters As a therapist I see it every week women seeking help for stress and depression, only to reveal hidden memor

  3. Tiffany Kuriata Tiffany Kuriata says:

    I think this book gave a good broad range of different types of fathers in a womens life, the affects they have and just general attitudes and family relationships This is a good book to start your interest in the topic and is excellent for research.

  4. Shonna Froebel Shonna Froebel says:

    I got a ebook copy of this from the publisher I was attracted to it as I feel I have a very good relationship with my father and was interested in the experiences of other woman The author was drawn to doing this research for a different reason Her father died when she was three and a half and she was always envious of her friends relationships with her father and curious abou

  5. Heather Heather says:

    I was so disappointed in this After reading reviews and blurbs, I was looking forward to a really in depth discussion on the actual, real life impact certain patterns of behavior and choices can have on a woman as well as practical ways to approach these issues and facilitate healing This had a lot of great narrative moments from interviewees but I did not take anything away from this

  6. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I m disappointed by this book The premise sounded good, but it s mostly just a series of anecdotes that aren t connected together too well All the stories are interesting, but there is no unifying theme Mostly, I learned that strong women all had strong father figures It s not that insightful or earth shattering an observation There is little about the changing American family.I just finished T

  7. Kristina Franken Kristina Franken says:

    I did enjoy and idenify with many stories of the women in this book I would have like to seediversity in the women It did how ever provide some personal insight into my own relationship.I recieved this book for free and am in no way compensated for my review.I highly recommend this book for anyone FTC I received a free copy of this book and was not reimbursed in any other way.

  8. Amy Amy says:

    Another book I only read half of, I was intrigued by the premise of the study, but halfway through the book I was tired of hearing about horrible father daughter relationships Some didn t even seem all that horrible to me, just a bit sad I know we can learn from those relationships, but it would have interested meif it wasn t so predictable.

  9. Franchesca Guerrero Franchesca Guerrero says:

    sucked Couldnt finish the book.

  10. Tami Tami says:

    Interesting anecdotes, and good insight I wonder if the findings would be so strong if she had adiverse career demographic in her study But well written and thought provoking.

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