I Was A Teenager Father: Parenting from the Perspective of an African American, Single Parent Father

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Being a new parent can be hard and anyone who has been through it will tell you there's no instruction manual on doing it the right way. My daughter was born when I was only 16 and I had to figure things out the hard way. This book chronicles some of the trials and tribulations I dealt with as a first time parent and throughout I give advice on how to avoid certain pitfalls in parenting and work through some almost inevitable challenges. Some things I say you may or may not agree with; either way you may be right, after all no two situations are the same. But I know what it feels like to be a new parent, especially an unprepared teenage parent, trying your best to raise a child and wondering What in the world have I gotten myself into!? If you're an African American, Caucasian or other, whether you're a teenage parent or just a parent of an infant or young child and are looking for a little help, well I'll try to give you some of the best advice I can and hopefully it will help you in raising your child.