My Father Book Cover Author Len Prazych

My Fathers Letters of Healing On a Quest for the Truth

A Moving Memoir for Survivors of Trauma and Sexual Abuse

In his memoir, Len Prazych tells a poignant “coming of age” tale and his quest for the truth about what really happened on a hot August night in 1970 in Bayonne, New Jersey. At the heart of “My Fathers: Letters of Healing on a Quest for the Truth” is a 11-year-old boy’s attempt to understand his biological father as well as the priest who abused him. The book, which consists of a series of letters to his deceased father, touches readers as they join Len on his journey if healing and forgiveness, which will resonate with anyone who has dealt with complicated and confusing family relationships.

Discover the Power of

Confession and Healing.

Len Prazych is a talented author whose heartfelt letters in “My Fathers: Letters of Healing on a Quest for the Truth” serve as a testament to the power of writing, confession, forgiveness and healing. You will find yourself immersed in a deeply moving narrative, which explores the cathartic release that comes from opening up by writing letters. Through his work, Len shares a moving message, which is that all of us deserve a chance at healing despite the abuse and trauma we may have faced in our lives. It is a testament to the human spirit, reminding us there is always hope and light at the end of a dark tunnel.

Book Review

Eric Maisel, author of The Van Gogh Blues
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Leonard Prazych’s beautiful memoir My Fathers tells, in the form of letters to his father and his priest, how one incident of molestation can color a lifetime. Set in the richly-observed, gritty New Jersey city of Bayonne, My Fathers is an engrossing examination of love and betrayal, one that is not to be missed. Highly recommended!”
Jacob Nordby, Founder & CEO, Heal+Create and A Writing Room
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Len's journey is one of self-discovery and redemption, and his choice to tell his story through a series of heartfelt letters is both unique and deeply moving. These letters, addressed to those who can never read them, serve as a therapeutic outlet for Len, allowing him to confront his past, process his experiences, and ultimately find solace in the act of confession.
Dawn LaCarte, (MCLC, BSW, CASAC)
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Len Prazych has written a remarkably powerful memoir in the form of letters to his recently deceased father. Len's ability to heal from the trauma of abuse and betrayal by using the written word is truly transformative! When appropriate, I will recommend the technique to my patients and clients.
Dr. Annette Freund
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I didn't put it down, reading it from beginning to end in one sitting. It was riveting – full of pathos, anger, humor, resentment, love, guilt, nostalgia, shame – namely the entire spectrum of human emotions!
Steve Conklin, Entrepreneur, U.S. Olympic Coach and Motivational Speaker
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In reading the first few pages of ‘My Fathers’ I was reminded of the relationship I had with my own father. And while my experience was very different, the feelings I experienced were very much the same. It was impossible for me to read this memoir in the third person. Through my smiles and tears, I found myself reconciling the relationship I had with my own deceased father and will likely write a letter or two to him.
Mirko Pavlek, LCSW-R
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I commend Len on the publication of his memoir. His profound, original and daring way of processing and integrating complex traumatic experience that became a destructive and at the same time a creative force in his life.
My Father Book Cover Author Len Prazych