My, oh my! It is book launch week and while that's incredibly exciting, it also leaves my head spinning and my heart filled with gratitude for those closest to me. One of these friends I'm so thankful for is Joe Wickman, and he allowed me the privilege of guest blogging over at his blog, "Don't Tank Life". If you want to check out the whole thing, head on over there, and here's a little snippet to whet your appetite. And don't forget to put your order in on amazon.com for my new book that was released on Monday, Sept 1!
This special post is by Michelle Watson, PhD, LPC, author of “Dad, Here’s What I Really Need From You: A Guide for Connecting with Your Daughter’s Heart”.
I had the good fortune of receiving an advance copy of this outstanding book. Please share it with every Dad of daughters. I know it will bless them.
You can get your copy here: Dad, Here’s What I Really Need from You: A Guide for Connecting with Your Daughter’s Heart
Are you old enough to remember the craze in the 60’s and 70’s where really cool prizes (a.k.a. “cheap gimmicks”) were tucked inside cereal boxes? I can still see my sister and I begging my mom to buy the kind with the most alluring prizes, regardless of whether we even liked the cereal (whichI’m sure set a foundation that continues to be in place today because I’m still a sucker for a deal!).
One of my favorite prizes was a decoder ring that instantaneously transformed me into Sherlock Holmes as I had the cryptic tool to solve the mystery on the back of the box. The thing that sticks in my mind about decoder rings is that they instantly provide the link between the problem and the solution. Without the magic ring the problem is left unsolved and unanswered.
If you’re a dad to a daughter, the question I pose to you is this:
Do you ever wish you had a decoder ring to better translate, understand, and relate to her?
Especially if she’s hit that age (a.k.a. puberty) you most likely have wondered what tool you need in your toolbox to actually decode her. Maybe she used to be easy to relate to while now you’re feeling left high and dry in the resource department. Maybe she used to love you singing songs to her when tucking her in bed but now she’s too cool for all that.
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