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Your daughter needs your help.
Are you a father of a young daughter or teenage girl? Do you know if your words or actions encourage her or bring her down? If you're like most dads, you may think you need to be a mother to boost your daughter's confidence. But really, all you need to do is make a few simple tweaks to the way you communicate. If you do this, you'll build her self-esteem, improve her self-worth, and be the hero in her life. And you won't even have to change who you are to do it.
What if you don't know what you're doing when it comes to raising a daughter?
In this parenting guide, you'll discover how to be a better father to your daughter even if you've been around only boys all your life. You'll also find out how you can save your daughter from becoming an unhappy teenager.
You'll also discover:
- 10 ways to boost her confidence like a rocket
- Five warning signs your daughter has a low self-image (and what you can do to fix it)
- Six tips to teach your daughter self-respect without her even knowing
- Seven secrets that will get your daughter to listen to your fatherly advice even if it seems like she's ignoring you.
- And so much more
Discover how dads, stepdads, and father figures like you boost their daughters' self-esteem and improve their lives. Meet several women who reveal how their fathers influenced their lives when they were young girls.
And as a bonus, I'll reveal my personal successes and failures, so you can avoid what I did wrong and copy what I did right. So stop wondering whether you're raising your daughter right.
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Extremely valuable information!!
This book is incredibly helpful. At this point ,I've owned it for almost 2 years and I have listened it to three times. Simple practices that help me stay mindful of how I treat and interact with my daughter.
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- Morgan A. Lyons
Two words. “Balloon Wars”
This is the world we live in. Seems like this was written by a regular dad with no formal training, psychology background, etc.