Book Name: The Dad Connection
Parenting, relationships, social dynamics, fathers, sons, fatherhood, parenthood, fathering, parent child relationships, grandparents, closeness, writing, publishing, working parents, single parents, support, and control.
In the mid-1980s, I was a single father committed to raising my energetic young boys while managing my exploding career as a building contractor and a spiritual practitioner, using meditation to stay grounded. To help me process the often-overwhelming crash-course I was on as a parent, I began recording thoughts about my kids on a simple little voice recorder I kept in my truck. Those reflections — many of which were taped while stuck in Boston traffic between job sites — ultimately evolved into my tale of fatherhood.
I believe that most relationships can deepen and grow more meaningful when approached with a specific intent to build something great. This can happen between a child and his or her parent, a wife and husband, a brother and sister, or simply two friends. Every interaction is an opportunity.
Title of Session:
Building stronger relationships with your kids
Description of Session:
This session will help parents learn ways they can improve the relationship they have with their children from a philosophical and emotional perspective.
Top five things the audience will learn:
- How to expand your tolerance
- Ways to manage a demanding child
- The relevance of personal behavior
- Core strategies to creating direct communication
- Basic steps to begin building a quality and meaningful relationship
Opening Interview Question:
You refer to “building a relationship” in your book, can you elaborate on what you mean by this?
Middle of Interview Question:
What were some of your enlightening moments as a parent and how were they precipitated?
Final Wrap Up Interview Question:
What is the current relationship between you and your boys?
Product For Sale:
Book, “The Dad Connection” By Scott Hanley.
“This book is a must-read for parents seeking a better relationship with their kids. ” – Sherry Ellis
“What I loved about this book was how genuine and honest the author was about his experiences with his sons. ” – Marci Giovannoni
“Rather amazing that this book has been on the market for over a year now and has not grown higher on the sales list. For those fortunate enough to have come across a copy this is a no nonsense, straightforward, easy to understand little treasure of a book about how to connect to your children in a meaningful and lasting manner. ”- Grady Harp
“He takes his own experiences with his two boys and makes the experience tangible and real and allows others to learn form his successes and from his failures.” – Dad of Divas