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Do You Know Your Dad's Story? The Unasked Questions

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…a wonderful way for adult sons and daughters to hopefully improve relationships with their Dad, learn something new or just have intriguing conversations with their fathers…” Author Christine Jackson

What do you really know about your Dad?Do you know much about his childhood? The difficulties he has faced? The fun things he did? The things he wished he had done?Your dad is
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Paperback, 228 pages
Published May 5th 2019 by Quadessence Press
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Kelly
Jun 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
I just finished reading the book Do You Know Your Dad’s Story? The Unasked Questions by Glenna Mageau. The premise of the book is that it is important to get to know your parents, and in this case, your father while you still have the opportunity. It also discusses how we often do not really know our parents, we just know a small part of them from growing up, and that our perception of them is often distorted because of our own internal experiences or pain that we may have experienced growing up ...more
Tracy Wood
May 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2019, netgalley
I was delighted to see this as I already have the 'mom' version and found both very informative. This is an excellent way to begin the process of finding a pleasurable way to pass important information on to the next generations as well as the trivia which is vital in the continued formation of families as the years pass.

My own dad passed many years ago and my mum has advanced dementia so for me as the child it is too late; as the parent however it is anything but. My plan is to make a family d
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Cristie Underwood
May 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kindle
The author wrote about something that few of us ever discuss, the unanswered questions we have for our fathers about their past. I am definitely going to be asking my dad some of these questions!
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