(PRWEB) April 13, 2004
Acknowledging that the book has been controversial since it's original release in 1994 and again in its most recent 2000 incarnation, Mayer suggested that the controversy stems from the diversity of post-divorce fathers.
Mayer noted, "Research suggests that the most involved and emotionally attached fathers suffer the most upset and grief when divorce changes their relationships with their children. It was for them that the book was written. Less involved fathers often adjust to post-divorce parenting schedules quite well, perhaps because there is little drop-off of time with children."
Mayer added that sections on "cyber-fathering" and on gay fathers will be added to the revised addition. "For now" he said, "readers will have to order the original edition."