The comedian, actor, television host, podcast king, and New York Times bestselling author of President Me, Not Taco Bell Material, and In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks now lays down the law on the plight of the modern parent.
Parents, do you often think that if your kids had to grow up the way you did—without iPads, 70-inch flatscreen TVs, American Girl dolls, and wifi in the climate controlled minivan—that they might actually be better off? Do you feel underappreciated or ignored? Do you worry you’re raising a bunch of spoiled softies who will never know how to do anything themselves—because you do everything for them? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need Daddy, Stop Talking.
Adam rips parenthood a new one, telling it straight about what adults must do if they don’t want to have to support their kids forever. Using his own crappy childhood as a cautionary tale, and touting the pitfalls of the kind of helicopter parenting so pervasive today, Daddy, Stop Talking is the only parenting book you should ever read. Here, too, is sage advice to Adam’s own kids—and to future parents—on what matters most: dating; drinking and drugs; buying your first house and car; puberty; and what kind of assholes his kids (and yours) should avoid becoming. Even if his own son and daughter pretty much ignore everything he says, you shouldn’t. And you’re welcome. Again.
Finally! Somebody gets it!
I'm 30 pages in and Adam Carolla has succeeded again in expressing everything I can't. If you're a guy busting your hump to meet today's ridiculous paternal standards, read this book.
Sage like advice from a master at his art.
Carolla has found yet another way to guide us in this crazy world. His sage like advice can show us all how to be better people and parents. This all from a man with a suspect upbringing. He found a way to push through and teach us all how to be better. This tome is a testament to his greatness and a living document for his children and really all children, as it will help them too.
Words from on high
Like hearing my own thoughts read aloud. Carolla's like a robot, no room for anything other than the logical and belts it out without faltering. The only downside to him is his lack of patience for those who don't have the guts to be honest and fear the wrath of the tards. Calling that a "downside" only because the weak run from this kind of honesty.