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New Book Alert: The Truth About Men by Devon Franklin

The Truth About Men
This past weekend I had the distint pleasure of meeting Devon Franklin on Atlanta & Company and agian later at his book signing for his new book, “The Truth About Men.” Have you ever met someone and instantly felt connected like you had known them your entire lives? Well, that is how it felt meeting Devon. He is as genuine as they come, and a self made powerhouse! He is also a fatherless son which was a big part in him wanting to write this book. After coming to terms with both his dad’s untimely death and infidelity… he wondered, do all men cheat? He set out to write a book to encourage both men and women on what it is to give and receive the love from a man. I have to say, he hit it out of the park. It is a must read for anyone looking for love or to love even better.

The Truth About Men
This past weekend I had the distint pleasure of meeting Devon Franklin on Atlanta & Company and agian later at his book signing for his new book, “The Truth About Men.” Have you ever met someone and instantly felt connected like you had known them your entire lives? Well, that is how it felt meeting Devon. He is as genuine as they come, and a self made powerhouse! He is also a fatherless son which was a big part in him wanting to write this book. After coming to terms with both his dad’s untimely death and infidelity… he wondered, do all men cheat? He set out to write a book to encourage both men and women on what it is to give and receive the love from a man. I have to say, he hit it out of the park. It is a must read for anyone looking for love or to love even better.

Do You Want To Become A Fatherless Daughter Mentor? Now Is Your Chance!

Become a Fatherless Daughter Mentor

 

Check out some of our fatherless daughter mentors in this video talking about how one of our events impacted their lives.

Join us for our next #FatherlessDaughterMovementMentorshipProgram in Atlanta on Saturday, November 4th. Read more

Tracey’s Story

My story is one that started as a young girl. I did not lose my dad to illness, but choice — I still remember the day I knelt in my parents room, crying and praying to God for a new family. I was around 6 years old at the time. I am now 29 and my parents are still unhappily married.
My dad was always home, but was never involved with me or my younger sister. Read more

Wedding Jitters & Triggers: How a Fatherless Daughter Can Have a Joyful Wedding Season

You are engaged! It should be the time of your life, but for fatherless daughters, the joy is often overshadowed by the pain. You wonder: Who will walk me down the aisle? How will I pay for it? Will my fiance’s family judge me? How will I get through this monumental day in my life without completely losing it? Read more