The Dad Connection

Now Available for purchase on Amazon.

This book has been long in the making. If you’d like to read the origins of this book, visit my personal reflections in these blog posts: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

About The Dad Connection:

Scott Hanley’s journey as a single parent raising two boys is a wellspring of experience, advice and know-how. Using his own deeply personal notes on the process of raising his children, recorded as their lives unfolded, he determined that love and respect would be the simple base upon which he would build relationships.

The Dad Connection: A Bridge to Your Children is Scott’s understanding of the love, respect, patience, energy, care, perspective, service and trust needed to build strong and deeply loving parent-child relationships. It is a life-altering lens through which to see, understand and love the relationship you have been blessed to receive.

In Praise of The Dad Connection:

“Scott Hanley’s new book sheds a glowing light on how to connect with your children.  His unique experience raising two boys in a complicated world gives the reader an insightful look on rewarding ways to enrich the relationship between fathers and sons.  A great read!”

-Tod Breslau, Father and Business Owner

….”A personal and endearing story of growth between father/dad and sons.  Lessons are based on deep reflections with regard to service, love and respect and much more….unconditional love and fulfillment of personal responsibility.  This story easily swept me to reflect on my relationship with my daughter”.

-Dan Eyink, Father and MD, DABMA

“The Dad Connection offers parents thoughtful and positive advice on
how to modify our own actions—and reactions—to build meaningful and
connected relationships with our children. With clear and simple
principles, real-life examples and practical applications, this book  is a must-have resource for parents who want to do better, but don’t
know how.”

-Beven Byrnes, Mother and director of communications & community advocacy, Compassionate Choices, national nonprofit

“Scott Hanley’s book is an insightful account of parenting and loving. Above all Scott teaches his children and us through lines of his book, to love fully and without fear. The reader is enlightened as to the importance and path for raising our children with a bond beyond words and action that lasts a lifetime, long after they leave our daily embrace.”

-Lauren Tietsort, Mother and Director of Individual Giving OMSI

“Scott Hanley has written a gem of a book on the foundations of child-centered parenting, and the spiritual gifts it provides to both parent and child.  Applying these principles will build a deeper and more fulfilling relationship with your children over the course of your lifetime together. ”

-Gwen Cody, Mother and LCSW

Click here to view more information on Scott Hanley and The Dad Connection.

8 Responses to “The Dad Connection”

  1. Joey October 11, 2011 at 12:30 pm #

    Hi Scott, I would be interested in reading a review copy of your book for recommending to the FamilyDads audience.

    • Scott Hanley October 12, 2011 at 5:02 pm #

      I will email you shortly! We’re working on the very last, final edits this week and hoping to get the real live thing in our hands the weeks to come.

  2. James Bash March 1, 2012 at 5:54 pm #

    Hi Scott,

    The editor of the Hollywood Star (NE Portland) has asked me to write about your book. Please contact me so that I can get a copy.

  3. island traveler April 6, 2012 at 12:40 pm #

    Your an inspiration to us dad. You remind me of my father. He raises 6 kids during a rough time. He was and is still blessed. We all grew up valuing life and love…. Best wishes!

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