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Dear Daughter, I Forgot Some Things - MP3 Digital Download


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by David F. Salter

Your daughter just turned 13 and, in her eyes, you've become as smart as a box of hammers. Talking to your teenage daughter can raise more emotions than helping your wife select draperies for the guest bathroom. But it's got to be done.

A recent study shows nearly half of teenagers have had intercourse before age 18. An estimated 10 million girls and women in America suffer from an eating disorder.

In a series of letters to his teenage daughter, Salter discusses a number of critical thoughts that fathers need to share with their teenage girls. This is not a 'how-to' primer from a child psychologist. It's a candid conversation from a regular Dad who wakes up every morning with three girls fighting for the bathroom, the hair dryer and the 'good' hairbrush.

"David Salter speaks eloquently, and--thankfully at times--humorously about how impossible it is today to raise daughters. I have two, both of legal age, and sometimes I have no idea how they got there without me totally screwing them up. This is well worth several evenings of your time."
-Peter King, Sports Illustrated

"Hey Dads, if you think you've told your daughter everything she'll need to know for life, love and success, then great! But if you're like most of us, there's far too much stuff we don't pass on and expect them to pick up on their own. David Salter's "Dear Daughter, I Forgot Some Things" gives us the perfect tool to ease the passage from girlhood to womanhood. You might even learn a few things yourself!"
-Steve Rae, President, Raedio Inc. (Ontario, Canada)
Author, Exercising Your Imagination

"As the father of four daughters, I've often been disappointed that they did not come with instruction manuals. Listening to the advice that David Salter is giving to his own daughter renews my faith that we'll all come through this growing-up ordeal in fine shape. If you have daughters of your own, you owe it to yourself to use every resource you can find to make sure you're giving them the best fatherly advice possible."
-David Young, Wizard of Ads partner (Sidney, NE.)
Author, Why We Blog

79min 30sec MP3

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