Richard Feldstein Explores Father-son Relationships in New Novel

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‘For Generations to Come’ depicts four men’s varying psychiatric responses based on upbringing.

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Using my professional experience as a practicing psychiatrist for over 40 years, ‘For Generations to Come’ offers readers a worthwhile spending of their time for pleasure and a way to reflect on current social issues. - Feldstein

Psychiatrist and author Richard Feldstein takes a psychiatric perspective in his new novel, “For Generations to Come: Volume Two of the Chardin Chronicles” (published by iUniverse), exploring the impact father-son relationships have on men as adults.

“‘For Generations to Come’ is a story reflecting male children coping with various developmental traumas and offering different ways in which they respond as adults,” Feldstein says. “It explores how an individual's struggles impact society on many levels such as initiating war, accepting or rejecting religion and the search for power.”

Taking place in an imagined location known as The Unified Territories, “For Generations to Come” follows four main characters, each of whom experiences different traumas in childhood. Each character responds differently to the situations presented to them, reflecting each one’s struggle against societal expectations, religious war and changing male relationships.

“For Generations to Come” reflects on and addresses varied themes that may resonate with readers: child abuse, religious intolerance, abandonment and others.

“Using my professional experience as a practicing psychiatrist for over 40 years, ‘For Generations to Come’ offers readers a worthwhile spending of their time for pleasure and a way to reflect on current social issues,” Feldstein says.

“For Generations to Come”
By Richard Feldstein
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 316 pages | ISBN 9781475984927
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 316 pages | ISBN 9781475984941
E-Book | 316 pages | ISBN 9781475984934
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Richard Feldstein works as a semi-retired psychiatrist. He and his wife, Theresa, currently live in Savannah, Ga. They have three children and two grandchildren.

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