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Out on a Limb: A Single Father’s Guide to his Family’s Lore of the Jungle – Simon Turner
Reservoir Dad - Clint Greagen
The other glass ceiling: fathers stepping up, mothers letting go Charles S Areni and Stephen S Holden
SuperDad SpeedBible - Ryan Heffernan
Ten Conversations You Must Have With Your Son - Tim Hawkes & Tim Hawkes
Daddy’s OK: Fathers’ stories of separation, divorce and rebuilding - Dean Mason
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29/1 Out on a Limb

Simon Turner’s book Out on a Limb is refreshingly plain speaking. To read the book is like sitting down with a mate who has some important, perhaps life-changing, information to share. Using language we can all relate to, Simon takes us through the jungle that confronts a father at the gates of a Family Law dispute with the mother of their children.

5/2 Continued Parenting

Robert Kennedy was a famous American political leader but our guest today with a similar name is recognised around the world for other reasons. We speak in this program to Professor Kenedy in Toronto Canada to find out what he has discovered after conducting research in the areas of fathers, shared parenting and related issues for the last 15 years. This research has taken Robert to the UK, the US, Europe and most recently Australia and New Zealand where he has conducted thousands of interviews.


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