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Do you have doubts how good father you are or you will be? Are you confused about what it takes to be a loving dad? The truth is that every one of us has those moments of doubt, a crisis of confidence or just a nagging doubt at the back of our mind, making us unsure of ourselves and the direction to take. In The Loving Dad’s Handbook, however, you are about to read a book Do you have doubts how good father you are or you will be? Are you confused about what it takes to be a loving dad? The truth is that every one of us has those moments of doubt, a crisis of confidence or just a nagging doubt at the back of our mind, making us unsure of ourselves and the direction to take. In The Loving Dad’s Handbook, however, you are about to read a book written by a young father who faced adversity and overcame the problems he faced, with chapters which include: - How to develop and master simple techniques to be a good father and partner - Using these as a part of everyday life - Techniques which work regardless of your age - Overcoming fears and doubts - Becoming happier - And much more… This book serves as a readable and friendly companion for dads and dads-to-be seeking confidence, guidance, and joy! Get your copy of The Loving Dad’s Handbook today. You’ll be amazed by the transformation and the better and more confident version of YOU as a father!


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Do you have doubts how good father you are or you will be? Are you confused about what it takes to be a loving dad? The truth is that every one of us has those moments of doubt, a crisis of confidence or just a nagging doubt at the back of our mind, making us unsure of ourselves and the direction to take. In The Loving Dad’s Handbook, however, you are about to read a book Do you have doubts how good father you are or you will be? Are you confused about what it takes to be a loving dad? The truth is that every one of us has those moments of doubt, a crisis of confidence or just a nagging doubt at the back of our mind, making us unsure of ourselves and the direction to take. In The Loving Dad’s Handbook, however, you are about to read a book written by a young father who faced adversity and overcame the problems he faced, with chapters which include: - How to develop and master simple techniques to be a good father and partner - Using these as a part of everyday life - Techniques which work regardless of your age - Overcoming fears and doubts - Becoming happier - And much more… This book serves as a readable and friendly companion for dads and dads-to-be seeking confidence, guidance, and joy! Get your copy of The Loving Dad’s Handbook today. You’ll be amazed by the transformation and the better and more confident version of YOU as a father!

18 review for THE LOVING DAD'S HANDBOOK: Raise Them Like Your Life Depends On It

  1. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    The best gift for expectant dad or groom This book encompasses the well documented theory that dads should be hands on in raising theory children. The strong father encourages more stable family lives. The quotes and examples are well placed to provide the soon to be or current father the tools to make worthwhile decisions. Examples of strong parenting by fathers fill the pages. Encouraging quotes that are important enough to be memorized are included and really make the case for dedicated and in The best gift for expectant dad or groom This book encompasses the well documented theory that dads should be hands on in raising theory children. The strong father encourages more stable family lives. The quotes and examples are well placed to provide the soon to be or current father the tools to make worthwhile decisions. Examples of strong parenting by fathers fill the pages. Encouraging quotes that are important enough to be memorized are included and really make the case for dedicated and involved father's. I found this to be as very important book fort this generation of fathers.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    The Loving Dad's Handbook is a book any father, the young dad to be to the seasoned father of a teenager, could benefit from. Zelina's writing style is informal yet still packs a punch with straightforward, sincere advice. The tagline, so to speak, is Raise them like your life depends on it. That theme is alive throughout the book by emphasizing how being a good father not only benefits the child but also dad. Mastering fatherhood isn't the goal here because the best thing a superb father can do The Loving Dad's Handbook is a book any father, the young dad to be to the seasoned father of a teenager, could benefit from. Zelina's writing style is informal yet still packs a punch with straightforward, sincere advice. The tagline, so to speak, is Raise them like your life depends on it. That theme is alive throughout the book by emphasizing how being a good father not only benefits the child but also dad. Mastering fatherhood isn't the goal here because the best thing a superb father can do is change and grow with their child. The sense of always learning is imperative to success. For those of us who need to see something in action to really grasp it, Zalina has included links to videos that highlight the topic is any given part of the book. Linking to a video of Ryan Reynolds attempting to assemble an Ikea crib tells you all you need to know about this book. Simply put, The Loving Dad's Handbook is perfect for those who don't take themselves too seriously to be taught a thing or ten.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shanell Meek

    To be in your children’s memories tomorrow you have to be part of their lives today Becoming a parent is scary, it’s something that you’re never fully prepared for. You read every book you can get your hands on and this will now be one of the books I recommend to new or soon to be parents. It has a real conversation feel to it, like you’re actually in a room with the author having a conversation. In a nod to understanding that some people learn better by reading and learn better by watching the a To be in your children’s memories tomorrow you have to be part of their lives today Becoming a parent is scary, it’s something that you’re never fully prepared for. You read every book you can get your hands on and this will now be one of the books I recommend to new or soon to be parents. It has a real conversation feel to it, like you’re actually in a room with the author having a conversation. In a nod to understanding that some people learn better by reading and learn better by watching the author includes YouTube links for new parents to watch that make the point of what he’s trying to say clear and understandable. He has great tips and ideas to share with new parents as well. I like how he puts everything he can in an easy to read format that encourages further research through videos as well as QR codes to help the reader along.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kate Brackett

    This is a short, informative read for new Dads and not-so-new Dads. The book has links to videos as well as content to read. I thought this was a great idea because not everyone likes to read so the author addresses two different learning styles. Not only does the book cover information for Dads from the newborn stage, but goes on to talk about prepping for the baby's arrival as well as the delivery and as the child grows. Another excellent aspect of the book is focused on relationships during t This is a short, informative read for new Dads and not-so-new Dads. The book has links to videos as well as content to read. I thought this was a great idea because not everyone likes to read so the author addresses two different learning styles. Not only does the book cover information for Dads from the newborn stage, but goes on to talk about prepping for the baby's arrival as well as the delivery and as the child grows. Another excellent aspect of the book is focused on relationships during this time. Things change when a baby is born, and the author speaks to nourishing and protecting the important relationship between both parents as well as parent to child. This is an informative read that can help you understand the aspects of fatherhood.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sky

    George Zelina’s short but informative book for dads is a great primer to help new (or not so new) dads find their bearings. No doubt parenting is a life-changer, but it is the most rewarding and challenging role in life. Zelina’s conversational tone and helpful information make this book a joy to read. Every page has a nugget of useful information to apply in every day life. The book covers basically all aspects of fatherhood, from learning that you’re going to have a baby, to preparing for deli George Zelina’s short but informative book for dads is a great primer to help new (or not so new) dads find their bearings. No doubt parenting is a life-changer, but it is the most rewarding and challenging role in life. Zelina’s conversational tone and helpful information make this book a joy to read. Every page has a nugget of useful information to apply in every day life. The book covers basically all aspects of fatherhood, from learning that you’re going to have a baby, to preparing for delivery, to the newborn stage and beyond. But what I found most helpful is the relationship advice – how to nourish the relationships that mean the most to us, between spouses and between spouses and children. Zelina’s advice is meant to make you not just a better father, but a better person. I immensely enjoyed the book. But there are issues with some of the grammar and syntax. The book is in need of a good editor and proofreader. That said, it’s a deal at the price and you can’t go wrong with the advice.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mark Paisano

  7. 5 out of 5

    Trevor Davey

  8. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    “I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father's protection.” – Sigmund Freud Hungarian author George Zelina is a certified life coach. He writes self-help books on self-confidence, motivation, getting stuck in life and the way out of it, writing primarily in Hungarian but now also in English. George and his wife, Nora, live in Budapest. George’s first book available in English - SELF-HELP CONFIDENCE BOOM - has been so successful that a motivation group based on the m “I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father's protection.” – Sigmund Freud Hungarian author George Zelina is a certified life coach. He writes self-help books on self-confidence, motivation, getting stuck in life and the way out of it, writing primarily in Hungarian but now also in English. George and his wife, Nora, live in Budapest. George’s first book available in English - SELF-HELP CONFIDENCE BOOM - has been so successful that a motivation group based on the message has been formed! As George states, ‘I’m a certified life coach, and I believe that parenting and coaching are very much the same from a lot of aspects. If you want to do it right, you have to be strong, creative, and a good listener. You have to be caring and let your kid experience the life in his or her own way while being in the shadows and act or react if he or she needs you. When you are not the coach, you have to be a mentor and a casual man who teaches his child the rules and joy of life and the values of your family…In this book, I will share with you some of my life experience, describe techniques which have helped me as a father, and ask you different questions which will help you to find your own way as a loving dad. The first three chapters are getting you prepared to be ready for the big day. After that, we will deep dive into the true meaning of being a father. The role model who was there seeing his kid grow up and not the one who looks back and doesn’t understand how the whole thing happened in a blink of an eye. Or worse, doesn’t look back at all because he just doesn’t care.’ George speaks frankly and supportingly to fathers and their major role as a dad. And keeping with contemporary times he refers us to YouTube videos with QR codes to extend the prevue of his message. ‘Parenthood is already a massive challenge, but with society changing the way it has, we face fresh challenges. We are surrounded by the advancement of technology, with social media an ever-present threat, along with smartphones and tablets. Let’s face it, fatherhood has changed, and with times changing, so has the concept of fatherhood.’ George addresses the importance of building self confidence by grouping his instructions and help into the following categories - Fathers and Soon to Be Fathers, Unite, I Will Be a Dad, What’s Going on With Her?, The Day of the Birth, Let’s Get the Party Started, Family Bonds, A Confident Child, Baby Blues, Hard Days, Work-Life Balance, Be There, and Bond of Trust. But the most significant chapter in this fine book is the last chapter in which George expresses the importance for fathers to remember ‘to be true to yourself.’ An excerpt from that chapter bears quoting – ‘Take a look at traditional cultures. In Africa, children are an asset; it’s simply a continuation of life, there is no need to lose who you are as a result. The difference in Africa is that parents are parenting within a community, rather than beside it like in the western world. There are closer family ties, and parents often have their children with them all the time. We’ve lost that, and we’ve replaced it with something different: Child-centeredness. Since we can’t spend our every moment with our children, we make the most of the time we do have. We sit with them, play, and read them stories. This is obviously natural, and healthy, but we cater to every whim of our children’s wants, desires, and needs. Kids thrive with active parents; they can tend to themselves and function without having their parent at their side constantly. How can you parent and be true to yourself? Provide a safe environment for your child to explore and roam free, Trust your child, there’s no need to fret and hover, Be active, and follow your passions, Don’t make room in your life for your child; it should be the other way round, Build a community of care around you, and Having kids shouldn’t prevent you from doing anything, it will just require additional planning and sound judgment. Throughout this very accessible book George uses quotations from famous people that reinforce his thoughts and manages to keep the entire book in a one-on-one basis, securing our attention and trust. George writes so well and shares his own journey to keep us connected that by the end of the book we want to meet him in person. But then as George would probably prefer, take the time to look in the mirror and see the new informed and happy father you have become!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Blue

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

  11. 5 out of 5

    MR J D ROBINSON

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michael Bayer

  13. 5 out of 5

    Peter Morgan-Tansley

  14. 4 out of 5

    Petrit Laurence

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sam

  16. 4 out of 5

    Fandy Rachmanto

  17. 4 out of 5

    helen Murtagh

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vage Webb

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