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This invaluable reference features a collection of a thousand and one short and straight-to-the-point suggestions that any head of the family can browse thoroughly, try a few or try them all. It is written, first and foremost, based on the experience of a father of five wonderful children and as well as a felony and misdemeanor probation officer, a parenting course instructor, and a youth counselor.
 
Many of the recommendations presented by the author were inspired by the exceptional resources listed in the recommended reading section of “The Dad’s Guide.” Some suggestions are very practical and easy to implement while others are concepts, intended to provoke thought and reflection. The topics in this book are all over the board love, fun, character, discipline, money, spirituality, virtues, responsibility, health, purpose, perseverance, wisdom, and much more.
 
Tirado explains: “Not all these suggestions will apply to you personally, but if you find one that makes you a better dad, I’ve done my job. Relax and read the book. You don’t need to worry about how and when to apply what you learn. The opportunities to apply all these suggestions will present themselves in the right time. Also, there is no sequence or theme clusters in the way these parenting suggestions are presented. Just like your relationship with your children, you never know what’s coming up next.”
 
If you feel that the description mentioned above applies, then this is a perfect help-read for you.
 
Book available at https://youronlinepublicist.com/product/the-dads-guide-a-collection-of-1001-ways-to-be-a-better-dad-by-edrid-e-tirado/
 
The Dad’s Guide: A Collection of 1,001 Ways To Be a Better Dad
Author: Edrid E. Tirado
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: August 2021
Genre: Parenting, Family Relationships
Target Audience: Dads
 
About the Author
Author Edrid Tirado, born and raised in Puerto Rico, began working with parents and teens in 1990 as a youth counselor in the Pacific Northwest. His primary focus was counseling teens to address relational and behavioral issues as well as helping parents and caretakers improve their parenting practices. By 1999 he had successfully designed and supervised a multifaceted youth program for 400 teens consisting of leadership development and community involvement.
 
Tirado earned his bachelor’s degree in human services from Western Washington University.
 
Since 2000, his professional efforts have been focused on working with adult populations in the criminal justice system. He has worked as a parole officer, a correctional instructor, a youth counselor, and most important, a father of five great children.