When Dr. Meeker’s original book came out, I was elated. Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters is a gem. Dr. Meeker’s 30-day challenge is the practical component that helps fathers apply the principles she outlines in her original work. Until you read the 30-day challenge, you didn’t know you needed it. But on reading, you are so thankful that Dr. Meeker wrote the 30-day challenge to implement her original principles.

This book provides important reminders of the overall principles and enhances your understanding of them at the same time. Through her practical suggestions, Dr. Meeker gives fathers countless ideas of things to do to build their relationships with their daughters. Whether it is suggesting you make time for a date, or explaining how your daughter understands your comments about her appearance or intellect. Each of Dr. Meeker’s suggestions give you practical food for thought in building your relationship with your daughter.

Dr. Meeker’s consistent suggestion is to “Put it on your calendar.” So often our best plans get lost in the shuffle of daily life. Daughters do not need “quality time,” they simply need time with their fathers. And whether you are cooking together (Day 14) or praying with your daughter (Day 24), you need to make space in your life and your mind to devote to your daughter. So put it on your calendar.

This book makes the perfect Father’s Day present, along with Dr. Meeker’s first volume. Combining the theoretical with the practical is essential to understanding your daughter and improving your relationship with her. Even if you have a wonderful relationship, Dr. Meeker’s practical tips will give you ways to keep your relationship strong. Whatever your relationship, and whatever your daughter’s age, this book is a treasury of good tips and timeless wisdom.

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