He doesn’t talk, he’s nonchalant, and selfish. The world revolves around a father in or out of your life. No room for needy sons and daughters. No commitment to Baby Mamas. No love to replace the hate this man feels when he just didn’t want to be a Dad. So what do you do? Cry yourself to sleep, beg for a relationship, or hurt others? It’s time to “Say Goodbye to Dad” and the ties that bind!
Emotionally absent, physically distant fathers do not realize the significance of having a healthy relationship with children until it’s too late. If you have ever experienced an unhealthy connection with your Dad or know someone who has been struggling with this, then you know what it feels like to be controlled, repeatedly rejected, ignored, or treated like you are unimportant. These behaviors hurt deeply and carry over into other areas of your life. You may have already awaken to the truth about one’s father and you realize moving on is the best thing to do, but in order to do so, you have to remove the many layers of daddy issues. Those problems are what affects us in our personal and professional lives if left unaddressed. In this book, you will find spiritual wisdom, personal experiences, tips on dealing with difficult fathers, in-laws and others and advice on breaking toxic ties with them.
Get mental freedom from critical men in your life!
Avoid situations that promote negativity!
Move on when Dad isn’t interested in having a relationship with you!
Make peace with the past by encouraging your self and family to love one another!
Say “Goodbye” to Dad and “Hello” to your future!
About the author
A native of Pittsburgh PA and a transplant in Southern California, Nicholl McGuire is the author of “Laboring to Love Myself,” “Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate,” “When Mothers Cry,” and other books. Nicholl runs a home-based business, Nicholl McGuire Media, providing writing and publishing services for individuals and businesses in need of website and blog content, family memoirs, visual presentations, clerical tasks, and more.
Nicholl has been publishing online since 2007. Her work has appeared on eHow, Hub Pages, College Central, Axis of Logic, Natural Beauty Secret, Street Articles, Bukisa, Authors Den, and many other websites and blogs. Nicholl attended Point Park University and took classes in Journalism and Communications.
In addition to writing, she offers spiritual wisdom on YouTube channel: nmenterprise7. A born again Christian believer, survivor of domestic violence and a mother of four sons, Nicholl is a woman who definitely knows about the challenges of loving one’s self and others.