Father and Son chronicles Joseph Sutton's relationship with his son Ray from the day Ray was born through his 30th year. Culled from his journals, this book gives a year by year account of Sutton's thoughts and feelings for his son as he grew from an infant into a man. As a result, Sutton's fatherly concerns, assumptions, insights, imperfections and range of emotions are openly revealed.
Not only is this book written for a growing number of fathers who are taking an active role in their childrens' upbringing, but any couple with children can benefit from reading about Sutton's 30 years of growing up with his son, with all the ups and downs of parenting involved.
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This book is about how may relationship with my son Ray has developed and grown from the day he was born all the way through to his 30th year. It's also about my striving to be a good father. --Joseph SuttonFrom the Back Cover:
"Father and Son is a must-read for men approaching fatherhood, those currently involved in the initial stages of childrearing, or those overseeing their sons' maturation as they transition from adolescence to early adulthood and beyond." --Psychologist Richard Vogel, Ph.D.
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