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Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl?: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2009

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    This test was well rounded, constructed, and needed. I see things in myself now which I have never conceived but as I reflect on my own history and begin to pay closer attention to those around me I see Jonetta Barras in my mother, my friends, and in the mirror. I am first and foremost thankful for this text which has shed light in a dimly lit room. I am secondly inspired to bring this issue to the attention of others. Finally I apologize because this book has been in my possession for five years and I have just begun to understand. Unbeknownst to me this book has reshaped my life, actions, and attitude and turned my finger from pointing at other to pointing back at "V".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2002

    Unlocking One Door To Many Other Doors...

    I deeply thank Ms. Rose for this wonderful work of advice from a personal perpective. This book opened my mind and heart to dealing with the abandonement of my father and it's consequences in my life. It's helped me understand why certain hurtful patterns in relationships were consistent and gave me the courage to look further into my family heritage to uncover and learn the reason for many poor relationship decisions so I could learn to take control of my life for positive change and success. From this literature I've shared my discoveries with the men and women in my family and circle of friends who later purchased or borrowed the book themselves. This book isn't the answer to my problems but the tool that has helped me address and change my problems through my newfound power of knowledge and application. One grand revelation is most men don't recognize the devastating impact they make in the lives of their little girls who eventually grow up and become disfunctional woman and in essence they become the source of a problem many of them complain about in the behaviors of many Black Women. Yes, many Black Women have self issues to resolve in order to participate in healthy relationships with men, but many Black Men also have just as many self issues to resolve. Bottom line, with truth, courage and unity we can work out any issues from our past and present to build healthy relationships with oneanother for the present and future. Again, I thank my Creator for using Ms. Rose as a vessel of communication and direction to many women who are bumping around poor relationship choices due to their paternal abandonement. Peace and Love, AMC

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2002

    Absolutely Enlightening

    I thouroughly enjoyed 'Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little girl'. The book gives insight on the impact that fatherless has on any race of women that didn't grow up with their natural father.

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