Do You Know A Boy Affected By Fatherlessness?
Several leading sociologists have labeled father absence “The Most Pressing Issue Facing America Today.”
Father absence can have an extremely negative impact on a child’s development that can follow them well into adulthood. To help address the needs of children and individuals affected by fatherlessness, we offer the “DAD: Forgiving What He Was, Becoming What He Was Not Workbook.” For those interested, this Workbook is meant to also accompany the DAD Online Course and overcoming the effects of fatherlessness in their lives.
The Underlying Thoughts Concerning A Missing DAD
The thoughts that surround a missing DAD often go unaddressed. Our goal is to purposely address these thoughts so that honesty and healing can take place. In the DAD Workbook we address topics like:
- The DAD Need;
- A DAD’s Affirmation;
- Which Way DAD;
- And Much More.
The Unresolved Hurts That Surround A Missing DAD
This DAD Workbook will also help address the unresolved hurts that result from a missing DAD like:
- Admitting DAD Pain;
- Acknowledging Your DAD Hurt;
- Forgiving What DAD Was;
- And Much More.
A Great Resource for Active DADs Too!
Sometimes as men, we are unaware of the needs of our women and children even when they are right in front of us. Active DADs can use this DAD Workbook to create conversations with their children that’ll enhance their relationships and reveal thoughts and needs that they may not have seen before.
Our Goal is to Help Children Choose Greatness
The purpose of our DAD Workbook is not to point fingers of blame at DAD, but to help children and individuals move past the pain caused by a missing DAD by understanding their needs and to Choose Greatness in life. We support and build those impacted by fatherlessness with specific content, topics and questions that will help them address their hurts and disappointments surrounding fatherlessness.
Don’t let fatherlessness negatively affect someone you love another day.
Take Our DAD Course and Order Your Copy of the “DAD; Forgiving What He Was, Becoming What He Was Not Workbook” Today.
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For each course participant, we suggest the DAD: Forgiving What He Was, Becoming What He Was Not Workbook for them to input their answers for discussion and review. You may also use a separate notebook or pad if you like.
We suggest this because we want each person to get the most out of the course and because of how we believe that writing things down will help the content and material to attach to a participant's heart, mind and actions.