Helping Fathers Transform Their Daughters Into Extraordinary Women
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Father Loves Best Workshop, created by Angela Carr Patterson, is designed to address the many ways a dad can learn how to foster a deeper relationship with his daughter that speaks to her essential needs and desires. The workshop is for any father, whether he’s present, absent, unattached or unavailable in his daughter’s life. Fathers will learn what happens when he fails to provide the 4 P’s that every female needs from her dad and how to avoid making his girl a Fatherless Daughter.
Presented with a nonjudgmental and non-condescending approach, our Certified Fatherless Daughter Advocates will speak to the heart of every father who desires to rekindled, reconnect or re-enter his daughter’s life in a deeper, fulfilling and more meaningful way. Whether your daughter is 15 or 50 years of age, it’s never too late for her to become Daddy’s Little Girl.
Who Needs This Workshop?
Father Loves Best Workshop is a great event for fathers and families organizations, church men’s groups, fraternity organizations, community events, community service organizations, sports organizations and more. Anywhere fathers gather, this event is perfect for them.
The Fatherless Daughter Archetype System
Fathers will be given an inside picture of what a female’s life looks like when she grows up without the love, attention and presence of her father and how he can change this in her life.
The 5 Daddy Love Styles
Through our Five Daddy Love Styles, fathers will learn how they demonstrate their love to their daughter and engage with her can impact what she thinks and feels about herself as she gets older.
The 4 P's to Fatherhood
This is a deep dive examination into the specific pains, problems and consequences in a daughter’s life when certain essentials are not met by her dad. In conclusion, fathers will learn the 4 P’s of fatherhood and what they can do to permanently reverse, change and transform these consequences.
But if we are honest with ourselves, we’ll admit that what too many fathers also are is missing — missing from too many lives and too many homes. They have abandoned their responsibilities, acting like boys instead of men. And the foundations of our families are weaker because of it.Bakak Obama