Dads And Daughters (Paperback)James C Dobson
Celebrate the relationship between dads and their girls.
Whether your daughter is still small or all grown up, she’ll hold a special place in your heart forever. Today, celebrate the gifts and blessings of the unique relationship between you and your girls with this inspirational book by family counsellor and widely acclaimed parenting expert Dr James Dobson.
Based on excerpts from the New York Times best-seller Bringing Up Girls, Dads and Daughters is a beautiful tribute to a dad’s role in his daughter’s life. It’s an insightful collection of wisdom for you on developing and preserving a truly exceptional connection with your daughters. And it’s a joyful celebration of the lifelong bond of love you share.
Also available in Afrikaans under the title 'n Pa en sy dogter
About the Author
Dr James Dobson is founder of Focus on the Family, a media and educational organization dedicated to the preservation of the home. Dr Dobson is heard daily by more than 200 million people on over 4,200 radio stations throughout the world. He is a licensed psychologist with a Ph.D. in Child Development from the University of Southern California School of Medicine. He is the author of more than 50 books. Dr Dobson and his wife, Shirley, have two grown children and live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
ByJames C Dobson
Size125 x 175 mm
Number of Pages128 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
From One Dad’s Heart
The passion I feel for the subject at hand is related to the
daughter who still calls me Dad. Danae is grown now, but
I love her like I did when we were first introduced in the delivery
room. Something electric occurred between us on that mystical
night, and it endures today. I thank God for the privilege of being
the father of this remarkable woman!
Being a father and a type A personality myself, I look back on
my parenting experiences and recall instances where I could have
done a better job. I wish I could relive some of those busy days
at a slower pace. Unfortunately, none of us is allowed do-overs or
mulligans. When our record is finally in the books, not a word or
a deed can be altered.
Would it be self-serving to tell you that I also did some
things right during my early days as a father, and that the
memories of some very special times with my kids rank at
the top of my list of accomplishments today? Among my
favorites are recollections of Danae when she was five years