Book Reviews of Always Daddy's Girl: Understanding Your Father's Impact on Who You Are

Always Daddy's Girl: Understanding Your Father's Impact on Who You Are
Always Daddy's Girl Understanding Your Father's Impact on Who You Are
Author: H. Norman Wright
ISBN-13: 9780830713547
ISBN-10: 0830713549
Publication Date: 6/1989
Pages: 284
Rating:
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.
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4.8 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Regal Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
This is a great book for learning cause and effect that a father has on a daughter, but dont look here for any answers if the impact your father had/has on you was/is anything other than positive. It might tell you that dads actions created "X" issue with you, but it wont tell you what to do to help fix it.
Though it was written to a female audience, it would be a great book for a dad of a new or young daughter.
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No matter how old you are, your relationship with your father-whether it was wonderful or painful-has had an impact on the person you are today. Your relationship with men, your career and your feelings about yourself have all been shaped by your father-whether you realize it or not. Now, with the help of noted marriage and family counselor H. Norman Wright in this book, you can begin to understand how your father affected your emotions and behavior.
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No matter how old you are, your relationship with your father-whether it was wonderful or painful-has had an impact on the person you are today. Your relationship with men, your career and your feelings about yourself have all been shaped by your father - whether you realize it or not. Now, with the help of noted marriage and family counselor H. Norman Wright, you can begin to understand how your father affected your emotions and behavior.