Interviewing Your Daughter's Date

Interviewing Your Daughter's Date

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by Dennis Rainey
     
 

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As a dad, you want to protect your daughter, especially from boys with super-charged hormones! Just the thought of it makes you break out into a cold sweat. Interviewing Your Daughter's Date will walk you through 8 principles that Dennis Rainey used to help his own daughters navigate through the dating years, with their emotions calm, their heart whole, and their

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As a dad, you want to protect your daughter, especially from boys with super-charged hormones! Just the thought of it makes you break out into a cold sweat. Interviewing Your Daughter's Date will walk you through 8 principles that Dennis Rainey used to help his own daughters navigate through the dating years, with their emotions calm, their heart whole, and their character intact. You'll learn how to protect your daughter, set boundaries in her relationships, and give her guidance as she grows up.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012970817
Publisher:
FamilyLife Publishing®
Publication date:
04/24/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
853,277
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Dennis Rainey hosts FamilyLife Today®, a nationally syndicated broadcast bringing help and hope to nearly 1000 communities in the U.S. He also serves as president of FamilyLife® in Little Rock, AR. He and his wife, Barbara, have written numerous books, including Parenting Today's Adolescents. They have six children and sixteen grandchildren

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Interviewing Your Daughter's Date 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
NWClerk More than 1 year ago
This was an excellent book teaching one's daughter experientially from when they are real little about how a man should treat a woman. In our culture people are offended that a man would treat a woman with respect, open the door for them, have appropriate touch, etc. This book goes against culture and teaches dads how to train their daughter from real little how they deserve to be treated. If there was more of this right-side-up thinking in our culture, I believe our culture would be safer, more respectful, and marriages would be healthier raising healthy children into healthy adults who become productive citizens. Good read.