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Friday, 27 September 2013 22:20

Our Children Come First

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our children come firstWhat Gift can you give your child? In this book you will discover:

How any parent can keep his or her child safe and loved in the midst of a traumatic, life-changing experience.
How to overcome the confusion involved with child services and family court.
Successful ways to address the feelings of abandonment experienced by a child who has lost a parent.
Understanding the emotional chaos of two little girls who fight against all odds to be together.
A couple of fathers “doing the right thing” for those little girls.
Tuesday, 26 April 2016 17:29

Power Dads

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1538802 10206204881715006 2099844434351279387 nFrom the cradle to the day they leave for college, the daily interactions you have with your child will shape who they are and how they view the world. While there’s no proverbial “owners manual” for raising children, this book will give you the necessary tools for creating a strong relationship with your kids.

By applying the 10 Power Principles – Love, Communication, Balance, Responsibility, Character, Respect, Golden Sword, High Expectation, Presence and Your Word – you will learn how to build a lifelong, unwavering parental foundation that will keep you on track no matter what curve balls come your way.

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For every woman who gets pregnant, a man was also in on the act. Yet, while pregnant women have dozens of books to consult, there are very few pregnancy books for fathers. Fortunately, Mr. Dad (best-selling author Armin Brott) has come to the rescue with The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips, and Advice for Dads-to-Be.

"The reality," says Mr. Dad, "is that men's emotional response to pregnancy is no less varied than women's." Brott's revolutionary, information-packed book (which has sold over 1,000,000 copies) is the first to take a practical, clear, and personal approach – from the father's point of view – to the momentous experience of pregnancy and childbirth.



Unfortunately, there are very few resources for military (and deployed civilian) fathers, who are looking for guidance on how to be in close touch with their families back home. The Military Father, written by the country’s leading authority on fathers and families, will fill that gap, providing deployed dads with everything they need to know to stay (or become) involved with and connected to their family regardless of the distance that separates them.

Flavored with the author’s trademark wit, warmth, and intelligence, this guide combines a wealth of knowledge from experts, scientific studies, and interviews with scores of military fathers and their families.

Thursday, 23 February 2012 14:12

Throwaway Dads

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Throwaway Dads: The Myths and Barriers That Keep Men From Being the Fathers They Want to Be is a groundbreaking new book by Armin Brott, an authority on the art of being a father, and noted researcher Ross Parke. "Men want to be better dads," says Brott, "but as a society, we have wittingly and unwittingly built nearly insurmountable barriers – a kind of 'glass ceiling' that restrict men's involvement with their children and families."

Complete with practical steps anyone – men, women, employers, the medical community, the media, and the government – can take to promote men's involvement in their children's lives, Throwaway Dads' comprehensive program can enable our entire society to experience the benefits of active fatherhood.