Suddenly realizing that he was the lone male in a house with five women rapidly approaching the teenage years, Greg Wright determined to “not mess up” as a father. Wright decided take a business-like approach an destablished both a mission statement and a plan to develop a close relationship with his four daughters, and he used his best relational gift: the date. This book is an explanation of what he does and how it has worked thus far.
Wright’s plans are fabulous. Simple, yet based on research, he explains differences in personality types and communication styles between men and women, and the details ways to bridge the gap. His writing style is funny yet shows many great truths about how children want to relate to their parents. This book serves as a great resource not only for fathers to their daughters, but can also be used by husbands for their wives and generally by any person towards any other when a close relationship is desired.
This book would make a wonderful gift for new fathers or for Father’s Day gifts. My husband will be getting a copy!
I received a free copy of this book from BookSneeze in exchange for an honest review.