101 Ways To Be A Long-Distance Super-Dad.or Mom, Too! offers helpful, practical tips for parents who live or work in one place, and whose children live in another. While divorce can geographically separate a mom or dad from a child, so can military service or a job requiring travel. This book can help parents remain an important part of their children's lives. Now in its 14th printing, the book is a must for parents who want to keep in close contact with their children, but find it difficult to overcome the barriers posed by distance. Award-winning journalist George Newman draws on his experience as a divorced father, sharing valuable tips for enriching the parent-child relationship, even during physical separation.
|Publisher:||Robert Reed Publishers|
|Edition description:||Revised 2006 Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 8.94(h) x 0.36(d)|
About the Author
George Newman has been a reporter and has received numerous awards for journalism. He received his Masters Degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and served as a part-time faculty member at West Valley College in Saratoga, California. Newman is the founder of Project: One Hour/One Child, a volunteer tutoring program for low-income and at-risk children.
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Girl: <br> <p> I've wanted to tell you, <br> Everyday That I've always loved you <br> Just didn't know what to say <br> <p> I was in misery <br> When you left that day <br> Couldn't believe it <br> I wanted you to stay <br> <p> Boy: <br> <p> When I first met you <br> I was shocked by your face <br> How beautiful it was <br> There was no way to explain <br> <p> When I found out I was leaving <br> I was sure my life was ruined <br> I thought the rest of my life <br> Would be only spent with you <br> <p> Boy and Girl: <br> <p> When we were being seperated <br> I felt that I was lost <br> I searched in my darkness <br> To find you in my heart