In today's world of overlapping parental roles, a father may find himself somewhat confused as to just how he fits into the family picture. Should he be permissive? Should he be strict? Should he take an active part in the lives of his children, or should he merely be a family figure-head? Is it possible that he can love his children, yet still fail to be a good dad? With warmth, humor and practical suggestions A Regular Dad addresses topics such as self-esteem, communicating love, conveying the value of work, creating memories, and establishing traditions. Fatherhood is indeed a challenging endeavor, but an exciting one. With a touch of encouragement, a lot of patience, and a little guidance from this book, there are no limits to the good that a dad, even just a "regular dad" can do.
Author: Ron Woods.