Absent DVD

Healing the Wound Left by Absent Fathers

by Justin Hunt Documentary

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Justin Hunt's award-winning DVD documentary Absent focuses on the impact of disengaged fathers

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Absent DVD

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Justin Hunt's award-winning documentary Absent focuses on the impact of disengaged fathers.

Absent explores the nature and consequences of the 'father wound', the most universal affliction on the planet, according to Hunt. Franciscan spiritual leader and author Richard Rohr popularized the term, which he used to describe the negative psychological and developmental effects on children when they lack positive emotional contact with their fathers.

It includes interviews with a wide variety of people including prostitutes, kids from inner-city high schools, world champion boxer Johnny Tapia, author John Eldredge and James Hetfield, front man for the heavy metal band Metallica. 'The father wound is so deep and so all-pervasive in so many parts of the world that its healing could well be the most radical social reform conceivable.' - Justin Hunt

This DVD is Region 2, and will play in your UK DVD Player.

Absent DVD by Justin Hunt Documentary was published by Authentic in October 2013 and is our 26839th best seller. The ISBN for Absent DVD is 5060256821069.

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Details for Absent DVD

Region Region 2 (UK/Europe)
Author / Artist
PublisherAuthentic (October 2013)
Thickness12 mm
Height190 mm
Width136 mm
Product Code4255654
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