When a father habitually neglects, criticizes, or rejects a son, a powerful and destructive message is turned loose. According to Kenneth Druck, men's unfinished business with their fathers is the most persistently recurring emotional block in their lives. And according to Bill Glass, he has not met one man in prison who has feelings of respect or affection for his father. Instead, feelings of hatred, resentment, and indifference express the full range of feelings toward their fathers. (Joy, Donald, PhD. Unfinished Business. p 50-52. IL: Victor Books, 1989)