And, perhaps most importantly, you set the standard for how your daughter feels she deserves to be treated by men. This is a big responsibility, and it's not always easy to carry out. But parenting expert Rick Johnson is here to help.
Author: Rick Johnson
A father models for his daughter how women should be treated, how men should act, and how a man shows healthy love and affection toward a woman. And, perhaps most importantly, he sets the standard for how his daughter feels she deserves to be treated by men. Rick Johnson shows men how to develop the close relationships with their daughters that they both need and crave.
Filled with personal insights, biblical perspective, and practical tips, What a Daughter Needs From Her Dad challenges fathers with the unique opportunity to train daughters for life's challenges--in ways that only a dad can.
Author: Michael Farris
Publisher: Bethany House
This powerful and important book encourages and guides men in becoming the dads they want to be. A father of six daughters, Michael Farris addresses issues common in all families with daughters: friends, dating, personal appearance, and preparing for the roles she'll have as a woman. Filled with personal insights, biblical perspective, and practical tips, What a Daughter Needs From Her Dad challenges fathers with the unique opportunity to train daughters for life's challenges--in ways that only a dad can. With the time-tested principles provided here, dads can help their daughters realize their God-given potential.
Use these to go with the foundational attributes I discuss in some of my other
fathering books, such as Better Dads, Stronger Sons and Becoming the Dad Your
Daughter Needs. Those books are a kind of primer on what healthy fathering
Author: Rick Johnson
Great dads raise great kids who tend to be happier, healthier, and more successful in life. But men sometimes struggle with how to go about being that great dad, especially if their own fathers were not positive role models. Fathering expert Rick Johnson offers men ten practical strategies to become the dads they want to be. He helps dads - help their kids find the humor in life - surround their family with healthy friends and role models - communicate clearly with their children - "brand" their families with memorable sayings and traditions - help their kids develop self-esteem and respect for others - be a gatekeeper when it comes to their kids' social circle - and set reachable goals for themselves and their children Every father can be a great dad. This clear and to-the-point book gives them the tools they need to do it well.
This is a big responsibility, and it's not always easy to carry out. But parenting expert Rick Johnson is here to help. In That's My Girl, Rick shows you how to develop the close relationship with your daughter that you both crave.
Author: Rick Johnson
Publisher: Baker Books
Bestselling author helps a father understand his daughter and shows how to influence her to become a strong and confident woman.
Citing the pivotal role of a father in a daughter's psychological, physical, and spiritual health, a national speaker on teen issues identifies and describes ten virtues that the author believes can be effectively emulated by today's ...
Author: Margaret J. Meeker
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
Citing the pivotal role of a father in a daughter's psychological, physical, and spiritual health, a national speaker on teen issues identifies and describes ten virtues that the author believes can be effectively emulated by today's fathers to promote healthy father-daughter relations and overall well-being in young women. Reprint.
Perfect? No. But you’re still the right dad for your boy. Bestselling author Jay Payleitner, dad of four grown sons (and one amazing daughter), gives you a bucketful of man-friendly ideas on how build a father-and-son relationship.
Author: Jay Payleitner
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Perfect? No. But you’re still the right dad for your boy. Bestselling author Jay Payleitner, dad of four grown sons (and one amazing daughter), gives you a bucketful of man-friendly ideas on how build a father-and-son relationship. Good news is, you don’t have to say a lot. By your life and example, you can show your boy why it’s good to be a guy demonstrate how to treat women well teach him to work hard and have fun, often at the same time show him how to live with honesty and self-respect give him the inner confidence to live a purposeful life These 52 quick-to-read chapters offer great ways to relate or spend time as dad and son. And each idea provides a new building block for a father-son relationship that will help your boy along the path to becoming a man.
In Just Like my Dad, Coach Carl, a widower who lost his family in a car crash, struggles with his pain. Not having a child has left an enormous void in his life, and he has no idea it is about to be filled by four strangers.
Author: Elizabeth Johnson
The term "You're just like your dad" has been a common phrase used about children to describe a similar behavior to that of their dad. When a child does something good, the phrase, "?just like my dad," can be a welcoming tune. But what about when it is used negatively? For the child and the parent, this can be a challenging situation. But what if you don't have a dad, or the dad is absent? Where then does a son get the discipline he needs to carry on throughout life, or a daughter get to see the examples of how a man treats a woman? Father figures are everywhere, and, as the saying goes, "It takes a village to raise a child," Unbeknownst to some, the teachings of fathers can be found in unexpected places. In Just Like my Dad, Coach Carl, a widower who lost his family in a car crash, struggles with his pain. Not having a child has left an enormous void in his life, and he has no idea it is about to be filled by four strangers. In this fictional adaptation, Just Like my Dad introduces a coach looking to teach, nurture, and guide the lives of four kids that are lacking the discipline they so desperately need. Can coach Carl and these four kids help each other to overcome the pain they are all experiencing? Follow them through their journey to find out if they are really up to the task.
Written by Dan Bolin, author of How to Be Your Daughter's Daddy, and Ken Sutterfield, this book will show you how to be the parent your little guy needs most.
Author: Ken Sutterfield
How to Be Your Little Man's Dad is written for men with 365 simple father-son activities that will foster the kind of relationship you both want. Written by Dan Bolin, author of How to Be Your Daughter's Daddy, and Ken Sutterfield, this book will show you how to be the parent your little guy needs most.
With statistics, anecdotes, and discussion questions, Splashing in Puddles: How to Be a Father to Your Daughter brings clarity to fatherhood’s complexity.
Author: David B. Van Heemst
Publisher: Kirkdale Press
Many of us feel comfortable raising boys because we were—and maybe still are—boys. We’re comfortable with rough-and-tumble, with fishing, shooting hoops, and geeking out with technology. But girls? How do you raise a girl? More importantly, how do you raise a Godly girl? Based on the latest research and his personal experience as the father of five daughters, author David B. Van Heemst details what a father must do in order to give his daughter strong foundations in Christ. With statistics, anecdotes, and discussion questions, Splashing in Puddles: How to Be a Father to Your Daughter brings clarity to fatherhood’s complexity. Van Heemst shows just how crucial a role the father has in the development of his daughter’s relationship with God, herself, and others. Any man can teach her how to ride a bike. But only one man can teach her how to walk with God.
Children and Their Parents Talk about Divorce Jennifer M. Lewis, Williams A. H.
Sammons ... Although these diaries suggest that this request is another instance
in a pattern of the mom using her daughter to manipulate logistics and emotions ,
the dad still needs to address Angie ' s ... in which the child ends up being used
as a mouthpiece to communicate anger and hostility toward the other parent .
Author: Jennifer M. Lewis
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
Offers diary entries from both parents and children and stresses that understanding the child's point of view is essential in dealing with a divorce
Offer to take your rebellious child to the doctor or a clinic , pay for the visit , and
foot the bill for contraception and protection . If you can do ... Interestingly , one of
the most important aids that a pregnant girl seems to need is the help and
support of her father . She needs her ... In fact , many studies indicate that
estrangement from her father is a major factor in becoming intimate with a man .
So , Dad , you ...
Author: Grace H. Ketterman
Publisher: Shaw Books
Answers questions about baby care, child behavior, discipline, education, emotional development, family life, illnesses, nutrition, physical development, and spiritual growth
Becoming Your Daughter's Ally in Responding to Peer Pressure to Drink, Smoke,
and Use Drugs Sharon A. Hersh ... You had better get your act together now , or
you are going to live with your father . ... She recognizes that her daughter needs
to take responsibility for her own choices , and she doesn ' t fall into the ...
Author: Sharon A. Hersh
Publisher: Shaw Books
A licensed professional counselor--and mother of two teenagers herself--offers this third book in her Hand-in-Hand series, targeting mothers who want to protect their daughters from the dangers of drug and alcohol use. This guide helps mothers to connect with and influence their daughters.
Tell her exactly how much you love her and that you will always be there to protect her! The words in this book will give her the comfort and confidence of knowing exactly what to expect from dad as she grows.
Author: Philip Mann
Publisher: I Will Always
As a daddy, you have an immeasurable impact on your little girl's life. Tell her exactly how much you love her and that you will always be there to protect her! The words in this book will give her the comfort and confidence of knowing exactly what to expect from dad as she grows.
If one parent believes that tending to a baby is "women's work" and that Dad
need not report for duty until his son can throw a ball or his daughter is ready to
ride a bike, a wedge can develop between mother and father. He may become
Author: Paul C. Reisser
Publisher: Tyndale House Pub
The "Complete Book of Baby and Child Care" is an up-to-date, comprehensive reference book every parent will repeatedly use as their children grow through the teen years. The approach is to deal with the complete person, in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual spheres of life. The contributors are members of the Focus on the Family "Physicians Resource Council". Many are leading Christian physicians, psychiatrists, pediatricians, psychologists and professors in their respective medical professions.
From three years of age onward, a child begins to associate with others outside
of the family circle. Keep your finger on the pulse of your child's social
relationships and as much as possible direct him into relationships with children
whose behavior exemplifies your own ... These one-on-one times are especially
valuable in large families in which children's individual needs may get lost in all
Author: William Sears
Sears addresses the joys and problems of parenthood from the often neglected male half of the parenting dyad. He shares with the readers stories about his own experiences as well as those of fathers he's helped over the years about the stereotypes of fatherhood, a changing marriage and baby's development. Complete with photos and illustrations.
Battle-Tested Tips from a Father and Daughter Who Survived the Teenage Years
Charles Stone, Heather Stone. 2 gone CRAZY points out that every person has
two great emotional needs — and they are often in conflict . “ One is the need to
be connected to ... If you can see your daughter as more grown - up , it will help
her become appropriately responsive to you . Karen , a seventeen - year - old
Author: Charles Stone
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
"First hand experience between a father and a rebellious daughter, and the steps they took to make the relationship better"--Provided by publisher.
The Dynamics of Being a Man and Succeeding at it J. Allan Petersen ... His
Children Like Father , Like Son Leslie Flynn Fathers of Orphans Joel Nederhood
Help Your Son Become a Man Anetta Bridges Dad , Your Daughter Needs You
Author: J. Allan Petersen
Publisher: Tyndale House Pub
This book deals with topics of concern to every man: the business world, marriage, fatherhod, spiritual goals, and problems of living as a Christian in a secular world.
had these fantasies that if I didn ' t keep my mouth shut , I was going to be back at
the orphanage and I ' d be with all the other orphans eating gruel . I understand
now that most adopted children have this fear . My father ' s very sensitive .
Author: Dennis Wholey
Explains how alcoholism in a parent can distort a childhood and shows how adults can recreate the nurturing they missed as children