Have you ever heard it said that children don’t come with any instructions? Don’t you wish they did? Wouldn’t it make being a parent just a tiny bit easier?
I had the privilege of reading the soon to be released book, Dad Rules—A Simple Manual for A Complex Job. This book has amazing wisdom.
The author, Treion Muller, writes what Dads should know, what Dads should say and what Dads should do. As the father of five, Treion would know and he hits the nail on the head with his advice. I never had children, but I was a child. My father was an absentee father. I know what I always wish had been different.
His rules are simple, honest and straightforward. He writes with humor, brevity and clarity. There’s no misunderstanding his advice or message and that’s what makes this book so good.
Dad Rules—A Simple Manual for A Complex Job is a fun, lighthearted book. You’ll want to pick it up over and over again to remind yourself of what the most important thing is to your kids—just being there for them. In the midst of all the chaos it will remind you how to be the dad you really want to be.