This funny and re-latable book poses the wildly original concept that should be a “duh!” for most dads—but sadly it isn’t In order to raise a confident woman-to-be, show your daughter what it feels like to be treated with love, respect, and true interest by a man who would love her.
Greg Wright it is written had an epiphany one day when it came to his daughters: Don’t screw up. A simple concept, but one that requires years to work on. So he began thinking about how he would be as successful of a father as he could be, which led him to start taking his daughters on a date. Because of this, he has developed a relationship with each of his daughters and has a better, truer understanding of who his girls are, what they fear, what they aspire to be, and that their father can be their go to guy, no matter what.
Daddy Dates shows the average father how to actually do that. It will appeal I feel to both men and women because both girls and boys and girls can benefit from being treated in the way the book sets out to recommend. It is the kind of action-oriented “how to” material that guys like me enjoy.
Basically the backbone of his dating concept and the point that I truly enjoyed the most is that we need to pursue our little girls like we pursued our wives when we were dating. You know what I’m talking about Dads. As Greg pointed out, he wasn’t a great boyfriend, but he was really good at dating. There is so much that is pure and rich in this book. I loved the relatable stories in this book and the concepts.
I would recommend getting this book not for new information, but for a great reminder and possible new way of looking at things.
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