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The Communication Comedy Network Presents: Father's Day

The Communication Comedy Network is back!  News Anchor, Nancy Newsome, interviews viewers on Mother's Day Vs Father's Day in this our first in a series of monthly vlogs.  Nancy shares her research on the disparity between the celebration for moms and dads on their special day, but this one viewer had something quite unusual to share. Check it out: ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ If you liked this post, read…Seven Reasons Why YOU Should Sign Up for the Art of Eloquence Newsletter!  This month I’ll be sharing two articles on some father issues and how they can strengthen your relationships.

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Happy Father's Day

 This Sunday was Father's Day so Happy Father's Day to all the dads!  I've been reading, lately, about the sad state of celebration of fathers out there.  Most people go to a lot of trouble for Mother's Day, taking mom out to dinner, buying her flowers and a special gift.  Fathers don't seem to merit the same attention.  It may be just that taking mom out to dinner is more appreciated because she gets a break from all the nights she has to cook her own dinner or the fact that mothers do have a more difficult time during the pregnancy and birth of baby, but fathers seem to be getting short shrift.  The Bible compares fathers to our heavenly...

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Words: It's what's for Father's Day this year!

This Father's Day, instead of giving Dad a tie or a soap on a rope, why not give him the gift of appreciation?  Why not communicate with him and tell him how much you love him and what he has done all these years that has made you who you are?  Why not share who you are with him and make him feel special. I bet he'll think it is the best gift you ever gave him!  Even taking into account the year you made him a tie with your own tie dye!!  And, especially in this economy, it's affordable too!! Want a unique and special gift for Dad this year?  Tell him exactly what he means to you!'s...

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