The Journal of Father-Daughter Communications – Guiding a Girl's First Steps Toward Womanhood
About Them -
The Journal of Father-Daughter Communications reports on the great work being done in the global community, with regard to Fatherhood and the Father-Daughter relationship dynamics. Utilizing the voices of multicultural contributing writers, we offer innovative and useful information, parenting tips for fathers of daughters, comedic antidotes and advice that speak to the interests of our diverse readers. Readers enjoy global news reports, video news, current events announcements, and groundbreaking research articles.Here educators, practitioners and parents will find the diverse resources they need about fathers and daughters, their unique relationship, how they impact one another, and the issue that impact their relationship; from multicultural (ethnic) perspectives. Journalists can source diverse Family Service industry experts to interview. Advertisers can connect with a multicultural audience of consumers!The Journal is published by Karen Davis-Johnson, M.A PhD Student of Psychology, Father-Daughter Relationship Educator-Consultant, Founder of the online Institute for Father Daughter Communications, Chief Consultant for Johnson and Johnson Consutling-CFLS and author of The Father's Guide to Raising Daughters and Voices of Daughters.
NOTE FROM FOUNDER: Across cultures, most fathers deeply wish to know what their daughters want, and need from them. As a researcher and author I stand in the shoes of daughters of all ages; toddlers who are UNABLE to tell him, teens who are UNWILLING to tell him, and women who have, over time, become UNAWARE of her father's value to her life. My father, like many men of his era, had very limited awareness of the profound, life-long impact he would one day have, on his nine daughters. I remain very passionate about my mission to increase public awareness, offer tools that increase, and strengthen father-daughter communication skills, and fortify the journey toward the relationships all daughters desire and deserve. ~Karen Davis-Johnson~