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❰KINDLE❯ ❂ Forty Fathers: Men Talk about Parenting Author Peter Mansbridge – African-american-literature.co When Tessa Lloyds sons in law became fathers she searched for resources that would help inspire themespecially parenting stories from other fathers However that book didnt seem to exist As a counselloWhen Tessa Lloyds sons in law became fathers she searched for resources that would help inspire themespecially parenting stories from other fathers However that book didnt seem to exist As a counsellor for children and families Lloyd understood the ways a father child relationship can have a lasting effect through the generations Seeing a need Lloyd decided to gather these stories herselfThis resulting volume collects the stories and portraits of forty Canadian fathers who open up about both their own fathers and their deeply personal parenting experiences This diverse group includes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau writer Lawrence Hill academic Niigaan Sinclair athlete Trevor Linden restaurateur Vikram Vij anthropologist Wade Davis musician Alan Doyle artist Robert Bateman and philanthropist Rick Hansen The contributors reflect on their varied parenting experiences and challenges including parenting while incarcerated parenting across cultural barriers parenting through divorce parenting while transgender parenting as a celebrity and parenting with a disability Many common themes emerge throughout the stories including the process of overcoming cultural messages that encourage men to be strong authoritarian and emotionally unavailableThe stories are extraordinarily candid and vulnerable as the fathers describe their own failings regrets and childhood traumas as well as the humbling process of trying to do better In one anecdote Dr Greg Wells describes the experience of meeting another father walking the empty streets at three am with an infant and how that moment of shared recognition gave him strength at a difficult time The stories in this book offer a similar glimpse into the shared experiences and trials of fatherhood but also offer fascinating reflections on theuniversal experiences of finding ones place within a family and striving to be a better person for the sake of others.

When Tessa Lloyds sons in law became fathers she searched for resources that would help inspire themespecially parenting stories from other fathers However that book didnt seem to exist As a counsellor for children and families Lloyd understood the ways a father child relationship can have a lasting effect through the generations Seeing a need Lloyd decided to gather these stories herselfThis resulting volume collects the stories and portraits of forty Canadian fathers who open up about both their own fathers and their deeply personal parenting experiences This diverse group includes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau writer Lawrence Hill academic Niigaan Sinclair athlete Trevor Linden restaurateur Vikram Vij anthropologist Wade Davis musician Alan Doyle artist Robert Bateman and philanthropist Rick Hansen The contributors reflect on their varied parenting experiences and challenges including parenting while incarcerated parenting across cultural barriers parenting through divorce parenting while transgender parenting as a celebrity and parenting with a disability Many common themes emerge throughout the stories including the process of overcoming cultural messages that encourage men to be strong authoritarian and emotionally unavailableThe stories are extraordinarily candid and vulnerable as the fathers describe their own failings regrets and childhood traumas as well as the humbling process of trying to do better In one anecdote Dr Greg Wells describes the experience of meeting another father walking the empty streets at three am with an infant and how that moment of shared recognition gave him strength at a difficult time The stories in this book offer a similar glimpse into the shared experiences and trials of fatherhood but also offer fascinating reflections on theuniversal experiences of finding ones place within a family and striving to be a better person for the sake of others.

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