Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Daddy Dates Book Review

Book Review of Daddy Dates by Greg Wright
"The road map for any dad to raise and strong and confident daughter."

     Greg Wright pulled out all the stops on this one.  When hit with the reality that he was about to raise four teen daughters,  Wright went on a journey to figure out how to do it best.  After a lone trip into the country, Wright's vision was clear and he tested his new Daddy Date theory.  He would call a daughter, ask her formally for a date, show up at the door, and get to know his girls.  One on one.  One at a time.  This book is an easy read for Dad's, with step by step information on what to do and not to do when raising teenage girls.  How to build a solid and lasting relationship with daughters is covered in every page.  He brings humor and right now information any Dad can relate too.
     My husband and I completely fell in love with this book.  We have our own pre-teen, and as we all know, they don't come with a handbook or users manual.  Wright teaches Dad's how to listen and "hear" what their daughters are saying.  So, when it comes to the tough stuff, they can relate to how their girls react to and see the world.  This read is top-notch and very functional.  The chapters are short, so it's easy to get one or two in when Dad's are on a time crunch. We just believe this book will not only change the dynamic of the Dad - Daughter relationship, but will inevitably give our daughters a firm foundation on how they should be treated by their potential suitors.  That being said, this book is timeless and needed by this generation.  Get it today!

(I received this book free from Booksneeze as part of their blogging program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commision's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.")

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