What I Wish My Dad Knew Parent Guide


Want to connect better with your pre-teen or teenage daughter? Is she growing up too quickly and no longer a daddy’s girl? If you’re one of the many fathers who are unsure of how to relate to your daughter, we want to assure you that you can continue to shape the way she views herself and the world.

This parent guide includes:

  • Insights into your daughter’s emotional and spiritual needs based on our research with 100 Singaporean teenage girls
  • Tips to help you create positive moments with your daughter and help you connect with her in a deep way
  • Quotes and soundbites from the interviews with teenage girls

“I am very sensitive to his words, and a lot of what was said a decade ago is still retained in my memory, even though he might not even remember.” — Constance, 18

“Car rides are best way to connect with me. He would be sending me to school and it’s the only time we’re alone. His attention would be on the road and on me. We can connect over music or listen to the Bible.” — Chloe, 17

“I worry about my future. How do I end up in a job I enjoy without giving up a good income? Rising costs of living scare me. I don’t know if I will do well enough in my A’ Levels to have enough options.” — Grace, 18



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