Between Fathers and Daughters by Linda Nielsen
Enriching and Rebuilding Your Adult Relationship

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At last! A no-nonsense, entertaining, and insightful book for dads and daughters who want more from their relationship--or who want to understand and rebuild it on an adult level. Dr. Linda Nielsen addresses the questions that daughters and dads regularly ask her--and a lot more. Based on two decades of work with hundreds of dads and daughters, BETWEEN FATHERS AND DAUGHTERS summarizes cutting-edge research in clear language and offers compelling stories about real people--including well-known celebrities. With candor and humor, BETWEEN FATHERS AND DAUGHTERS exposes the half-truths, downright lies, and family dynamics that prevent so many dads and daughters from having a more relaxed, more meaningful, more communicative relationship, regardless of age. Explaining why most daughter-dad relationships haven't reached their full potential or have unraveled, Nielsen provides hope as she shows fathers and daughters how to make changes now!

About Linda Nielsen

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Dr. Linda Nielsen (Lewisville, NC) is a professor of psychology at Wake Forest University and author of "Adolescence: A Contemporary View "and "Motivating Adolescents: A Handbook for Parents and Teachers." She has taught her father-daughter course for 10 years and has received several awards for her research and writing.
Published September 1, 2008 by Cumberland House Publishing. 256 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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In recent years, the importance of fathers has come into focus, particularly regarding their relationships with sons.

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