Item description for Girl's Passage, Father's Duty by Brian D. Molitor & Kathleen Molitor...
Overview Our daughters' lives are not fairy tales with prewritten, happy endings. The threat against each of them is real, and the ending of the story is yet to be decided. In fact, the challenge is so great it will take a hero to save the day. A hero calledfather. It is never too early for a father to create a plan to mentor, protect, guide, and love his daughter. It is never too late for a dad with an older daughter to reestablish relationship with her. Chockfull of effective tools and contagious hope, this empowering book helps parents work together to guide the girls they love on the path to maturity. In Girl's Passage-Father's Duty, you'll discover how to design and implement a strategic plan especially for girls using the powerful principles of lifelong mentoring, intentional blessing, and rites of passage. Learn how to - Lead your daughter to maturity by design rather than by default - Provide a true sense of identity and help prevent teen rebellion - Deal with pain from your own past to become the most effective parent possible - Create a special plan for a troubled daughter - Turn your whole heart to raising the next generation
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More About Brian D. Molitor & Kathleen Molitor
Brian D. Molitor is chief executive officer of Molitor International, a consulting, training, and coaching company with more than twenty-five years of experience serving clients in North America, Europe, Australia, the United Kingdom, the Caribbean, and Africa. His company has helped thousands of people identify their organization's vision, mission, core values and operating principles, as well as optimize their most valuable resources, their people.Brian has produced and hosted numerous television series on best business practices, interpersonal relationships, family building, and leadership. He has served on many executive boards, including area labor-management committees, a statewide prison ministry, and international businesses.Brian has been recognized for his accomplishments by numerous professional achievements during the past twenty years and recently was named among Who's Who Worldwide for outstanding business leadership. He resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan with his wife and children.
Brian D. Molitor currently resides in Midland, in the state of Michigan. Brian D. Molitor was born in 1952.
Reviews - What do customers think about Girl's Passage, Father's Duty?
Excellent resource Oct 13, 2009
This book is a must-buy for any father with girls. Working in a home for troubled teens, I learn first-hand the importance of the role of fathers to their daughters. This is the instruction book for those who need help in raising their daughters, and in my opinion, we ALL do!!!