Say Goodbye to Dad - A Survival Guide to Breaking Free from Toxic Emotional Ties

He doesn't talk, he's nonchalant, and selfish. The world revolves around a father in or out of your life. No room for needy sons and daughters. No commitment to Baby Mamas. No love to replace the hate this man feels when he just didn't want to be a Dad. So what do you do? Cry yourself to sleep, beg for a relationship, or hurt others? It's time to "Say Goodbye to Dad" and the ties that bind! More

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About Nicholl McGuire

A native of Pittsburgh PA, a former resident of Southern California and a transplant in Colorado, Nicholl McGuire is the author of "Laboring to Love Myself," "Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate," "When Mothers Cry," and other books. Nicholl runs a home-based business, Nicholl McGuire Media, providing writing and publishing services for individuals and businesses in need of website and blog content, family memoirs, visual presentations, clerical tasks, and more.

Nicholl has been publishing online since 2007. Her work has appeared on eHow, Hub Pages, College Central, Axis of Logic, Natural Beauty Secret, Street Articles, Bukisa, Authors Den, and many other websites and blogs. Nicholl attended Point Park University and took classes in Journalism and Communications.

In addition to writing, she offers spiritual wisdom on YouTube channel: nmenterprise7. A born again Christian believer, survivor of domestic violence and a mother of four sons, Nicholl is a woman who definitely knows about the challenges of loving one's self and others.

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Say Goodbye to Dad Chapter 2 "What Gives?"
The author reads an excerpt from her book, "Say Goodbye to Dad" Chapter 2, "What Gives?" Sometimes when one looks back on childhood, he or she can clearly see why things just aren't good with a narcissistic Dad. As an adult the moment comes when you suddenly realize why you no longer need to enable a dysfunctional relationship with your father.

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