Become A Touchdown Dad, the Breakthrough Book by David Justus, has helped hundreds of fathers turn their love of football into a winning parenting style. Written in the storytelling tradition of The One Minute Manger, this book is the inspiring story of one man's challenges in being a father. With the help of a fictional college-football team, a fatherhood coach, and a narrative that is both informative and entertaining, you will see many of the typical problems all men face in being a father, from enforcing the rules to protecting their children to being a good provider.
More important, you will learn how to Become A Touchdown Dad as you apply the football principles that will give you a winning parenting style, including how to develop your own support team, how to establish rules and consequences that will eliminate arguing and stress, and how to communicate openly with your children. In addition, you will receive invaluable advice on strengthening your family relationships, avoiding negative outside influences, and finding a career that allows for time with your family.
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David Justus is a father of three and the founder of the Northcoast Fatherhood Initiative in Toledo, Ohio. As an author and motivational speaker, Justus brings a fresh perspective to helping empower parents to make a difference in the lives of their children.Review:
Finally, a book that talks to fathers in way that they can understand. Touchdown Dad is must have for every parent who is loves football and is looking for some practical parenting advice. --Mark Robinson, RESTORE, Toledo, Ohio
Become A Touchdown Dad takes the complex issues related to being a parent and using football principles, explains them in a way that every father can understand. This is the book fathers have been waiting for. --Burl Lemon, Forever Dads, Zainesville, Ohio
I read [Become A Touchdown Dad] on the airplane on the way home and thoroughly enjoyed it. Engaging, practical, and very sound principles. --Peter Spokes, National Center on Fathering
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Book Description Northcoast University Publishing, 2008. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0615200168