After the trauma of a divorce, why do some wives assume that they have the sole right to bring up their children and keep the dad on the periphery of their children's lives? A dad in name only. Sadly, the view that mothers are the best parents, especially if the children are girls, is widely believed, no matter how capable, caring, eager and loving the dads may be. This is unjust and unfair, as will be attested by the many broken-hearted and devastated dads, separated or about to be from their children. For these dads and others in similar situations, this is a book of hope. It tells the true story of a determined, devoted dad and his fight to keep his daughters to be a major part of their lives from early childhood to maturity. It is a victory of enduring love and care, faith, belief and courage over prejudice, hostility, lack of support and respect and downright lies. The ultimate triumph is that his two girls are now delightful, well-balanced and thoughtful young ladies who adore their dad. They are well-equipped to face whatever may arise in the future because they are have always been grounded and guided by his love, care and understanding.
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|Size: ||714 KB|
|Publisher: ||Justice for Dad|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781909461468 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|