Item description for What All Little Girls Need & What Most Women Never Had: "Healthy, Loving Relationships with Their Fathers" by Joe Cucchiara...
Overview Author Joe Cucchiara says that if our daughters are important to us, we should sieze the opportunity to be the first generation to help change the way we perceive girls and women and the way we raise our daughters. We only get one chance at raising our daughters, and most of us would like to do the best job we can, with the best resources we have. This book offers men a creative yet easy-to-read resource for developing healthy relationships with their young daughters. It also offers women and girls the opportunity to explore what many of them might have missed out on and what every little girl needs and deserves from a relationship with her father.
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Inspirational Sep 4, 2008
This was a great little book. I read it in an afternoon.It could have been a little more involved, with more tips and suggestions, but it did succeed in inspiring me...as a father it is so easy to get bogged down with all the troubles and conflicts in life and you almost forget what a magical and special gift you have in a daughter.
a classic Nov 20, 2006
this is the best book you'll find anywhere on father-daughter relationships and, specifically, how to deepen that relationship. Cucchiara has delivered a classic. his book should be required reading for all would-be dads. i also think it will prove, in time, to be a collector's item of enormous value when Cucchiara, sooner or later, surfaces from his relative obscurity to become recognized as the cutting-edge expert he is. if you think i'm being hyperbolic, just pick up the book and read it for yourself. it will transform the way you view your fatherhood and virtually guarantee that your daughters grow up to be the confident, self-loving women you hope they'll become.
The Father's Side of the Story Jul 12, 2006
There is a reason why it takes both a man and a woman to create a child... because fathers matter. Another valuable study on why single parenthood on either side is not to be undertaken without serious consideration. Many studies confirm that women who are "father's daughters" tend to be more confident, self-loving, accomplished, solid, and emotionally secure. Their counterparts on a whole did not fare as well. My father and grandfather both pushed me to focus my mind and be strong and independent without apology. I credit this upbringing with why I choose to be very career-oriented and unafraid of seeming intelligent around the opposite gender. If a man was scared off it was his weakness and I never would dumb myself down in response. Once a female has experienced the over-protective father who demanded her to focus on her own growth... she is not as vulnerable to being preyed upon by men with dishonorable intentions. This book is a testament to fathers everywhere.
Great book for fathers Nov 12, 2005
What a breath of fresh air. This wonderful book tells you exactly how to create a beautiful relationship with your daughter for not only your benefit but for hers too. "There is a very good chance that a daughter will grow up to date and marry a man similar to her father. Most likely, she will allow men to talk to her and treat her the way her father talked to and treated her and her mother. So just how important do you think a healthy, loving relationship is between a father and his daughter? YOU DECIDE." Bryan McDonald, Product Design Manager, Apple Computer (and loving Dad of his daughter)