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Invisible Dad: How to Heal as a Fatherless Daughter

Narrated by: Candice Crear
Length: 1 hr and 35 mins
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Why me? As a fatherless child, your interpretation of society is a little different. You constantly feel incomplete when you see fathers on television, in the grocery store, and on social media. And no matter how much you try to voice your feelings, you steadily are sucked into life's woes. Perfection is the perfect way for you to mentally escape. Ultimately, you never deal with the trials of your childhood, leaving you to grow into a person that lacks confidence in your emotional voice.

Join Candice as she takes you on her journey of coming face-to-face with being a fatherless daughter, to living an amazing life filled with healing and wholeness. Candice's life-changing path will help you come to terms with who you truly are. Full of raw feelings, interesting twists, and a desperate plea for peace, Invisible Dad is the tool you need to transform your life into the best "you" you can be. This audiobook is what you've been looking for!

©2015 Candice Ragland (P)2015 Candice Crear

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I would recommend this book to young African American Christian women who seek peace from the void of an absent father.

Candice’s insight and view on healing from the absences of an earthly father through God’s unconditional love, is nothing short of amazing. This book opened my eyes to the peace of revealing your truths and letting go of the picture perfect world. The way she delivers the book makes me feel like I’m talking to a close friend who can relate to my feelings of anger, and abandonment. Thank you for changing my view on such an controversial issue Candice.