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Should I give my Dad a copy of NMMNG?

April 26, 2020
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Dad is a great man but like most of us, he certainly could improve a few behaviours when it comes to communicating with mum and my sisters. But I'm fearful if he reads the book that he would get offended lol.

Has anyone here had any experience in introducing their Father to this kind of material, or RPC in general?

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Title Should I give my Dad a copy of NMMNG?
Author UpTanks
Upvotes 6
Comments 3
Date April 26, 2020 5:56 AM UTC (2 years ago)
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[–]Deep_Strength8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

  1. Bring it up in conversation. "Oh that reminds me... I was reading this book, and it was teaching me some good lessons on how to avoid behavior that enables such and such"

  2. If he's receptive to it and wants to know more then ask if he wants your copy of the book. If he doesn't care, then don't bother because he probably doesn't consider it an issue.

It's almost never a good idea to just give people advice out of nowhere unless you have an extremely close communication with others. Just bring it up and if it's something they've been wondering about or questioning how to address it in their own lives or it piques their interest then they will want to know more.

[–]Red-Curious4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I agree completely with Deep. That's how I approached things with my dad. I think he ended up reading about 3/4 of it. It didn't stick. Oh well. Don't think giving him a book will be a magical solution to his problems.

You're better off taking something like /u/Deep_Strength's book and saying, I'd really like to do a small group, but churches are shut down right now. You want to do one with me? Someone I know wrote a book that I've been meaning to read, and I'd love to go through it together." Easy. What Christian dad is going to say no to talking about God with his son? Oh ... I guess weak blue pill ones do. Well, hopefully he's not that backwards.

[–]KongKing130 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Only you can answer that question we don't know your dad.

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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