MEADVILLE, Pa., Jan. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "African American Adult Male Head of Households: Where Are They?": a well-researched account showing the perspective of African American adult males on why they are absent from the parenting role in their community. "African American Adult Male Head of Households: Where Are They?" is the creation of published author Dr. Jim H. Copeland Jr., a behavioral psychologist with over fifteen years of counseling and therapy experience. Through the years, his expertise has been coveted by many of those who seek mature and relevant counseling suitable to their specific needs.
Dr. Copeland writes, "The African American adult male's role as a provider and protector has not changed over the years. African American families are facing increasing fatherlessness and a decline in the continuity of the African American home. The African American male adult, because of the moral decay within the African American community, has changed his view of himself as the head of the household.
"This is the first book in a series by Dr. Jim H. Copeland Jr. designed to highlight the opinions of African American males who currently do not hold the position of head of households. Dr. Copeland is a behavioral psychologist with over fifteen years of counseling and therapy experience. The origins of his counseling experience began while serving in the military as a commanding officer, years before he earned his doctor of psychology degree. During his military career, Dr. Copeland experienced firsthand the challenges men face when navigating major relationship issues."
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Dr. Jim H. Copeland Jr.'s new book is a contemporary study that used a triangulation process to get the exact perceptions of African American adult males about their decline in male-led responsibilities and households.
This book emphasizes the opinions of those adult male individuals who do not hold responsibilities in their home. This also shows the emotional and psychological impact of the situation on the affected children.
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