Always Dad

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Always Dad
  • Paul Mandelstein
  • English
  • 11 July 2017
  • 1413304958

About the Author: Paul Mandelstein

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Always Dad book, this is one of the most wanted Paul Mandelstein author readers around the world.


Always Dad Remain an integral part of your kids lives during and after divorce Finalist for The Publishers Marketing Association s Benjamin Franklin Award More and , divorced fathers are finding out that rather than being one half of a broken home, they can continue to play a crucial role in their children s lives You can, too Turn to Always Dad and discover how to work with your ex to create a fulfilling extended family, one that can help ensure that your kids grow up in an enriching, loving environment Whether you re in the initial stages of divorce, dealing with the immediate aftermath or well past one, this book will provide down to earth ideas and strategies you can use right now Paul Mandelstein understands what you re experiencing As a divorced father of three, he founded the Father Resource Network to help dads remain involved in their children s lives With Always Dad, he distills his many years of working with divorced fathers into one powerful volume Get back on track, develop fulfilling relationships, experience personal growth and most importantly be the father that your kid needs Always Dad will help you at every step. Read Always Dad author Paul Mandelstein – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Always Dad

  1. James says:

    Several weeks ago, when I picked up a library copy of this book, I did so,or less, because I was drawn to its title Having now read it, I can say that I found this book to be interesting and helpful I found it helpful in that it was refreshing to read that the difficulties that I m experiencing as a father in the middle of a divorce are normal, if not simply to be expected I found that Paul Mandelstein s candid descri...