This article addresses the presence of a father figure in the lives of African American, Caribbean black and non-Hispanic white American males until the age of 16. The exploration of the research was done by the National Survey of American Life (NSAL), was led on 6,082 people, 3,570 African Americans, 891 non-Hispanic whites, and 1,621 blacks of Caribbean blacks. The examination was done just to look at the presence of father figures of men over three unmistakable racial and ethnic gatherings until the age of 16, they additionally needed to survey the current socio-statistic elements of these men as grown-ups and investigate any variables that will prompt varieties in psychological wellness results of the men in adulthood. All data was collected using face-to-face interviews and computer-aided learning. Test outcomes additionally recommended that being raised by a grandfather put both African American and Caribbean black men at more serious hazard for depressive side effects and non-particular mental health under certain socio-statistic conditions.A conspicuous quality of this article is the accentuation of its motivation, which is finding that diverse ethnic of men are confronting well-known issues of not having a father figure nearness in their lives. One more quality is that they could locate that regular separation scores were most astounding for Caribbean dark men, trailed by African American men, and after that non-Hispanic white men. Additionally being raised by a grandfather had no huge impact for African American men. Rather, being raised by no man until the point that the age of 16 really brought down mental health trouble scores for African American men. For Caribbean black men, being raised by a grandfather expanded non-particular mental health scores.The powerless purpose of the article is that there is still they couldn’t demonstrate that father figures in the lives of young fellows may influence their emotional well-being as grown-ups. With the hole of not knowing how father figures influence in the emotional wellness of grown-ups despite everything we don’t know whether those without father figures have both passionate and behavioral issues in youth and mental misery in grown-up life.This article will relate a little with the reading in module 9.3-3a which discusses about Father’s Influence.