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The Manly Art of Raising a Daughter.

By: Alan Migliorato
Publication Date: December 20, 2018
Book Size: 6″ x 9″
Pages: 155
Binding: Perfect Bound

In these honest and insightful pages based on decades of his own experiences with his three daughters author Alan Migliorato admits that it takes sustained efforts to learn the manly art of raising a daughter. But the reward is great, yielding just the kind of father-daughter relationship your daughter needs if she is to grow into a strong, well-balanced woman of faith.

Among other things you’ll learn here are:

  • How to repair a damaged relationship with your daughter and even your wife
  • Why it’s important to know your daughter’s friends and how to do it
  • How to teach your daughter to put God first in her life
  • The three things you must know about dealing with your daughter’s boyfriend
  • How to teach your daughter to defend herself physically, emotionally, and spiritually
  • The five signs your daughter is addicted to social media and what to do about it
  • The seven things you must do to be a manly man

With the help of the wise advice in these pages, your daughter will grow holier, your marriage better, and your family happier all because you ve mastered the manly art of raising a daughter!




By: Alan Migliorato & Darryl Dziedzic
Publication Date: April 9, 2018
Book Size: 6″ x 9″
Pages: 126
Binding: Perfect Bound

This No-Holds-Barred Guide for raising teens with a focus on God has been battle tested and returned incredible results for thousands of parents and teens. Without a doubt, this guide is a must for any parent who wants to learn how to raise respectful, God focused, decision making leaders in a world that tells everyone they need to be a follower.



In Teaching Teens to Fail, Coach D. and Alan have provided a much-needed resource for today’s parents and young people. They are created to be great, to be leaders. No leader has ever become one without tasting failure. But we need not look upon “failure” as something to be lamented or be ashamed of. It can – and should – be a tremendous learning experience, something from which our youth can take away great wisdom for the future. No generation of teens wants to be spoon-fed. They want to be challenged to dig deep within themselves to discover the greatness through which they can bless their peers and the world. I highly recommend this book for anyone – parent or teen – serious about becoming the servant-leader God made you to be.

Jerry Usher – EWTN Co-Host of Take 2 Radio Show and President, Third Millennium Media


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