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Father-Daughter Relationships: Contemporary Research & Issues – Linda Nielsen
The Parental Alienation Syndrome – Linda J Gottlieb
Our Boys – Ruth Kerr & Richard Aston
The Equal Parent Presumption – Edward Kruk
Broken Lives Broken Minds – Pamela Roche with Maggie Allen
Reflective Parenting: A Guide to Understanding What’s Going on in Your Child’s Mind – Alistair Cooper & Sheila Redfern
Parents Acting Badly: How institutions and societies promote the alienation of children from their loving families – Jennifer Jill Harman PhD & Zeynep Biringen PhD
An Attachment-Based Model of Parental Alienation: Foundations - CA Childress PsyD
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August 4: Father-Daughter Relationships

Professor Linda Nielsen speaks to us today from North Carolina about a topic that nearly everyone has a stake in but on which there is very little guidance. How important is the relationship between a daughter and her father? Many studies have been directed at the importance of a mother’s relationships with her children but a father may need some reassurance about the value of his relationship with his daughter. What do fathers do for their daughters? Are they really needed?

 

August 11: Ten Leadership Lessons You Must Teach Your Teenager

Over many years, renowned educator Dr Tim Hawkes has taught thousands of students on the subject of leadership. He has learnt what’s effective - and what’s not - when talking to young people about leadership. Now Dr Hawkes brings that wisdom to the parents of teenage boys and girls. For any parent wanting to help their child navigate the many challenges that confront teenagers in the twenty-first century this show is a must.




 

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