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September 26, 2019

Helping Your Daughter Become a Confident Woman, Part 6

Dads may feel like all they really need to do is go to work to provide for their families. But spending more time together is really what daughters want from their dads. John and Danny discuss how a little extra time with dad can make a big difference in a defiant daughter's behavior.

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