Quotation by Willard Gaylin

When men achieve the fruits of their material success, they often become aware of an emptiness—an incompleteness—in their lives; the hollowness of having, but not raising, children, of not making true commitments to them. Which, sadly, does not mean that they weren't capable of it.
Willard Gaylin (20th century), U.S. psychiatrist and author. As quoted in Women and Their Fathers by Victoria Secunda, ch. 2 (1992).
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