The Modern Dad's Dilemma: How to Stay Connected with Your Kids in a Rapidly Changing World
Being a dad isn’t something you are; it’s something you do. This mantra is at the heart of John Badalament's practical approach to helping dads build strong, healthy relationships with children of any age. In The Modern Dad’s Dilemma: How to Stay Connected to Your Kids in a Rapidly Changing World, he presents powerful insights, road-tested activities, and inspiring stories from over a decade of working with thousands of dads, children, and families across the country. His hands-on advice and exercises are designed to help fathers meet the difficulties of today’s family and work life — challenges that previous generations never faced.
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Director of the PBS documentary All Men Are Sons: Exploring the Legacy of Fatherhood, Badalament gives voice to a new generation of fatherhood that eschews part-time participation in family life ... Read full review
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