Intro to book reviews
When I was in school, if I’m being candid, I didn’t really enjoy much of the academics. One of my least favorite things was book reports. I didn’t like reading (mostly because I’ve never been good at it), and I hated writing about things I didn’t want to read in the first place (I’m looking at you The Island of the Blue Dolphins).
That was something that I carried with me for a long time. I have always had an affinity for audiobooks, even though I didn’t realize it for a long time. It all started with Hank the Cowdog and carried on with Harry Potter.
Early on in my adult life, I started to find more enjoyment in audiobooks and it has led me down several paths that I’m sincerely happy that it has.
In this blog series, I hope that you are lead to books that will help enrich your life and assist you in finding direction both professionally and personally.
Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters
Dr. Meg Meeker certainly seems to know what she’s talking about. In this world, we, as a society, are finding it harder and harder to reach our children, much less, protect them.
In Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters, Dr. Meeker challenges that it is simpler than we make it out to be. Much of it has to do with just being present and sticking to your guns.
Why do I recommend this book? Within days of reading this, I noticed a change in dynamic with my daughter. It also gave me some affirmation that the way I do things is, largely, a good way of doing things. With a few tweeks, things are getting better.
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I would love to hear your thoughts on this book, if you’ve read it and I would also like to hear some feedback on books you recommend and why!