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Good fathering is a powerful force in the lives of children, a force that can markedly reduce their risks of crime, substance abuse, depression and bad attitudes to school and at the same time increasing their chances of having fulfilled lives. But even when dads know this, they usually just don’t know what to do.This book, from best-selling parenting author Dr Bruce Robinson, is ‘treasure chest’ of tips from prominent people, written to help dads who want to do a better job of fathering. It works because most dads just don’t know what to do. It includes stories and tips from TV personality Sir Michael Parkinson, author Bill Bryson, mountaineer Sir Chris Bonnington, England Test Cricket Captain David Gower, Senior Politicians Theresa May, Baroness Virginia Bottomley and Sir Peter Bottomley, British Airways CEO Sir Rodney Eddington and others. All profits from the sale of this ebook go to the work of The Fathering Project, a university-based not-for-profit organisation which aims to give every child a strong and appropriate father figure.
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