Prodigal Father Wayward Son: A Roadmap to Reconciliation
It takes a lifetime of resentment to separate one generation from another. All too often it ends there without resolution, without redemption. Sam Keen, father of Gifford Keen, who is now well over the half-century mark and a father himself, offers a template for burying the venomous myths that fester age-old resentments. Although they demonstrate the particular male traits that often divide father and son, the solution here might just as readily apply to mothers and daughters.llSome will pick this book up thinking it is steeped in religious vernacular and then blush at the offensive language. This was not written for Sunday school children, nor perfect families. More than a memoir, Sam and Gifford write in alternating series with one purpose in mind: to find the true reconciliation. In a day and age when divorce and remarriage have become the norm, so has family dysfunction. Until now, we have been forced to live with the myths we have created about our parents, about our children, and about ourselves. The recipe for healing broken relationships costs less than any of us expected.
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