The Truth About Deadbeat Dads!

 
 
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Sept. 19, 2019 - PRLog -- Society has painted a colorful picture of deadbeat dads. Reversing the trend seems impossible but, there are some dad's that are great fathers and knows exactly what it means to be a great dad.

Regina Ross recently released her Second Edition of My Daddy's Handbook "Pathway to the Father".  In the book she gives examples of how a real dad should interact with his child/children. The stories given in the book are teachable moments to guide any dad, whether he was once deadbeat dad or a successful loving, caring dad!

In her book she intertwines the earthly with the heavenly creating a realistic view on fatherhood and the joy it brings! The earthly  realm connects with every dad who interacts with their children on a regular basis telling a variety of stories experienced with her dad. Those dads that need a little inspiration on how to connect with their children will find positive guidance as they read the book.

The spiritual side of the book is for those dads who want more time with our heavenly Father and those who maybe didn't think they needed God to guide them as a dad. The scriptures in the book confirms the need for a higher power that loves us beyond measure and gives instruction on what to do in different situations.

There are plenty of great dads that take the time to help train and develop their children. They have seen their child's school play, little league baseball game, piano recital, dance routine and the list goes on. Some dads take the time to help their children with their homework and sit down to listen to their child and have a conversation.

Along with her music (http://www.rewmusic.com/), My Daddy's Handbook "Pathway to the Father" and her hands-on workbook called, "Running Your Race" presents a fresh perspective on good dad's, old school parenting and some ideas on how to continue to be a great caring dad. Spending quality time with our children is addressed in Regina's book as a source for dad's looking for solutions like spending quality one-on-one time in Chapter 4. No deadbeat dad here!

If you'd like more information about this topic or to schedule an interview with Regina Ross please call Regina at 256.221.6024 or email her info@mydaddyshandbook.com. You can also leave a comment on the Contact Us page on her website at https://mydaddyshandbook.com (https://mydaddyshandbook.com/).

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