07/14/2013

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Tonight’s guests:

James I. Bond, 8:06 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

James I. Bond is founder of The Father Daughter Project and author of the book,The Secret Life of Fathers,” based on Intimate Interviews he did with 101 Fathers of Daughters.  James is a behavioral management specialist.

Questions:

  • What caused you to look at fathering in a different light?
  • Is there a common wall that most fathers face in trying to connect with their daughters?
  • Is it wiser to be the father to your daughter or the friend to your daughter?
  • Are there certain topics or conversations that a mother or close female role model should handle instead of the father?
  • Is there a particular way that daughters tend to respond with to fathers than any other parent , guardian or role model?
  • How much does the father-daughter relationship stay invisible… Is there much about a father’s life that the daughter can miss?
  • Is there much about a daughter’s life that a father can miss?
  • How important is the power of the right questions?
  • How do you stay involved without altering a child’s perception of you?
  • What can you do to reduce the wall between a father and a daughter?
  • Communication and acceptance are the results we look for… but how do you get there?
  • Is there a pathway… a strategy to the ultimate relationship that we all look for between a father and a daughter?
  • Where can people find your book, The Secret Life of Fathers?

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Towanda McEachern, 9:06 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Book:  “A Life Recycled”   Website:  Supporting Our Sisters, Inc.

Towanda McEachern is the founder of Supporting Our Sisters, Inc. a nonprofit for women and teen girls centered on Personal Development.  She is a certified Life Coach and the Author of “A Life Recycled.”  Her life mission and passion is helping others heal from pain and past hurts.  She specializes in teaching others how to discover purpose through unlocking their gifts, talents and abilities; and how discovering that can change their life.

Questions:

  • What’s really killing our youth?
  • What can we do to stop the cycle of violence?
  • What allows violence to be a seemingly viable option to struggling youth?
  • Does this form a kind of dependency?
  • What does self esteem and self worth have to do with violence?
  • What is the correlation between parenting and violence in our community?
  • How has the breakdown in our family component contribute to the violence in our community?
  • What can we do to help heal from all the mayhem that is going on in our community?
  • What was the motivation for writing the book “A Life Recycled”?

Related link:

Paul Zak: Trust, morality — and oxytocin? (A TED Talk)

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