I Wish My Dad: The Power of Vulnerable Conversations between Fathers and Sons

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Price
$27.99  $26.03
Publisher
Broadleaf Books
Publish Date
Pages
248
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.6 X 1.1 inches | 1.06 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781506481579

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About the Author

Romal Tune is a speaker, author, and social entrepreneur. He serves as a vice president at TMS Global and is the founder of ClereStory Education, a nonprofit that offers workshops and coaching about mental health. Tune is a graduate of Howard University and Duke Divinity School and has spoken internationally at conferences addressing topics of inner healing, thriving, and the importance of mental health. He is the author of God's Graffiti and Love Is an Inside Job, which Richard Rohr said "will change the way you see life, death, and perhaps even God." He has two children and lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

Jordan Tune is a recent graduate of Morehouse College, where he was active in NAACP, the debate team, and Student Government Association. As a political science major, he plans to attend law school and become a criminal justice attorney. He is passionate about public speaking and encouraging others to live a positive and loving life.

Reviews

"These thoughtful conversations offer a powerful look at "the cycle" of toxic masculinity." --Publishers Weekly

"As a father and the product of a fatherless home, I can say: this book is gold. We need tools, roadmaps, and sage wisdom to become who we were made to be and reinvest in the next generation. The heartfelt transparency of the stories in I Wish My Dad gives men permission to share their truth, heal, and learn the emotional skills needed for healthy father-and-son relationships." --LeCrae, Grammy Award-winning hip-hop artist and New York Times bestselling author

"Healthy and vulnerable spaces for men and their sons are a necessity in today's culture. The stories shared by fathers and sons in I Wish My Dad allow readers a glimpse into the emotional needs of men that few rarely get to express. This book shares truths that need to be heard." --David Michael Wyatt, singer and songwriter

"I Wish My Dad serves as the model for men to have conversations, leading to healing and strengthening of father-and-son relationships that will have a positive impact for generations." --Nicole L. Cammack, PhD, licensed clinical psychologist, and president and CEO of Black Mental Wellness

"Romal Tune's authenticity and genuine desire to be a better father combined with the strength and courage of his son, gives us a powerful, honest, humble and hopeful invitation to become better together through honesty, openness and love. The stories shared by men in this book will change your life and your relationships." --Danielle Strickland, author, speaker, and advocate

"Vulnerability is a contagious cure. Tune models that with every page in this book. I Wish My Dad has the potential to cure us from our despair and free us to hope again." --John Onwuchekwa, pastor of Cornerstone Church and co-founder of Portrait Coffee

"I Wish My Dad is more than a right-on-time read; it is an invitation for fathers and sons to be the curators of the change they are seeking to see in themselves and in their families. The stories in this love-offering of a book will help to heal hearts, homes, and relationships between fathers and sons." --Shawn Dove, founder of Corporation for Black Male Achievement and managing partner of New Profit

"I Wish My Dad is emotional, insightful, humbling, palatable, challenging, and needed; you will come away not only rooting for these men, but believing there is hope for yourself." --A. D. "Lumkile" Thomason, author and filmmaker

"Romal and Jordan masterfully invite us not only into the struggles of father and son relationships but they gives a voice to the endless possibilities that can heal those broken relationships. I Wish My Dad shines a light on the art of listening and the hope we have when we truly hear each other." --Preston Perry, poet, teacher, and apologist

"Hearing these men's stories has given me access to the conversations my father and I have yet to share. I am more tender, more compassionate now toward my father. There is healing within these pages for sons no doubt, and daughters as well." --Juanita Rasmus, author of Learning to Be: Finding Your Center after the Bottom Falls Out