Softcover - Used
There is a nice blend of family and work concerns in this book, which helps to make it one of the better contributions on male and female psychology thus far.
THE BOSTON HERALD
In this ground-breaking book, Harvard psychologist Samuel Osherson shows how a man's unreconciled childhood images of his father affects his relationships with his wife, children, friends, and boss--and how it can lead to a profound sense of loneliness, vulnerability, and rage. Osherson shows how every man can resolve the inner conflict of the father-son relationship and begin to develop a new sense of strength and purpose in his family life and career.