Friday, September 22, 2006

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters: 10 Secrets Every Father Should Know by Meg Meeker

Description: It may be politically incorrect, but it's a proven fact: The best guarantee of a young woman's physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual health is having a strong and loving father. Dr. Meg Meeker, a child and adolescent physician, has seen it over and over again: Fathers make the difference. In Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters, Dr. Meeker pinpoints the ten crucial masculine virtues that a father must use to save his daughter from the perils kids face today. Dr. Meeker provides specific tips - illustrated through real-life father-daughter relationships - on: Authority: why your daughter needs it - and why only a father can provide it * Love: how fathers determine what a daughter expects from men * Eating and emotional disorders: why a father is essential to prevent or cure anorexia, bulimia, and other similar problems * Connectedness: how fathers must parent as well as provide * Humility: how fathers must teach that self-esteem begins at home * Faith: why daughters must learn about God from a man * Courage: why fathers must trust their masculine instincts to protect their daughters * Faithfulness: how fathers can teach daughters to succeed through perseverance * Adoration: why every daughter needs it from her father * Integrity: why fathers should establish moral clarity for daughters. Meg Meeker, M.D. is a child and adolescent physician living in Traverse City, Michigan. She is a highly sought-after consultant and national speaker on teen health issues, and has authored two other books on teens. She currently teaches family practice residents in Michigan.

1 Comments:

At 3:16 AM, Blogger Christina said...

A daughter needs her dad and mom. This is an established government mandated by God. When a father fails to help shape and establish his daughter's character she'll lose her identity and sadly her destiny. All fathers must point the way!

 

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