The Manual for Dads: Kids don’t come with a manual. Use this instead.


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Read The Manual if you want to:
- Be sure you're ready for the responsibility of fatherhood
- Give your kids a happy, contented childhood
- Have kids who sleep (from newborn through childhood)
- Have tantrum-free kids
- Establish and maintain loving, mutually rewarding relationships with your offspring - from childhood to adulthood

Most important, read The Manual if you want to maximise your child's chances of growing into happy, determined and successful adults.

The Manual for Dads is an accessible, easy to read guide for any father or father to be. They don't hand you with a manual in the delivery suite, so use this instead to learn about:

- Protecting our children and, others who we care about, from abuse
- Preparing yourself for fatherhood and understanding whether you're ready to be a dad
- The trials and tribulations of conception and of supporting your partner when pregnant
- How to survive and thrive during that crazy first year of your child's life
- Parenting during the baby and toddler years (ages 1 - 5)
- Parenting during the school years (ages 5 - 13)
- Parenting teens and preparing your kids for adulthood
- Maintaining positive and healthy relationships with your children into adulthood.

This book is the result of the author's research and experience over a 20 year period. Experience gained fostering two children and raising four children of his own.

It is full of practical, useful advice and real-world examples, presented in an easygoing, conversational style.

From the Author:
The first section of this book focuses on us as adults and the things that we need to do in our lives to enable us to become great dads.
The second section covers the five key phases that our kids follow into childhood, from pregnancy to adolescence, and parenting strategies for each.
The third and final section of this book focuses on making the transition from parenting children to parenting adults and on maintaining and strengthening the bonds that tie us. If we’re lucky we’ll be parents to them as adults for a lot longer than we’re parents to them as children, but handling the transition can be harder than we think.
No matter what stage of parenthood you’re in, whether your kids are still a twinkle in your eye or whether your kids are parents themselves, I encourage you to read this book from cover to cover. I know for a fact that you will learn something, because I know that I’ll learn something each time I go back to it.
The parenting techniques set out in this book are as obvious as they are simple, but we all need reminders from time to time about what they are and how they’re applied.

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