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What do our girls think about their fathers? And what are fathers struggling with when it comes to their relationship with their daughters? The bestselling author of BEING 14 now tackles the complicated father/daughter relationship.
Award-winning journalist, author and commentator Madonna King has interviewed over five-hundred girls and many fathers, as well as leading psychologists, school principals, CEOs, police, guidance counsellors and neuroscientists, to get the answers all mothers, fathers and daughters need to know.
Exploring a father's role in his daughter's life from a daughter's perspective as well as the father's, Madonna examines the key issues that arise to help families navigate the sometimes very difficult moments. This essential and insightful book reveals why daughters turn against their fathers, teen rebellion, discipline, sexual education, the impact of broken families, how much influence a father can/should have and what you can do to repair a broken relationship.
FATHERS AND DAUGHTERS will give a voice to our girls, insight to our fathers and peace of mind to both.
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Fathers And Daughters is a mawkish melodrama that, despite a starry cast, has little to recommend it. Full Review | Original Score: 1/5 Lisa Twang The New Paper (Singapore)
Fathers and daughters never say goodbye When times are hard I know you'll be strong I'll be there in your heart and you'll carry on Like moonlight on the water, and sunlight in the sky
Fathers and Daughters by Madonna King (Hachette Australia, $33) is out now.
The way that a girl sees her value, and the way that men should treat her, all stem from the notions that she got in her father-daughter relationship.
Fathers and Daughters ends strongly with a timeless reminder: Some of us may be predisposed to certain hardships in life, and we may be our own worst enemy at times, but we always have the freedom to choose how the story ends. Photo Credit: Vertical Entertainment.