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I Want My Daddy… The Psychology of Abandonment (RELEASED TODAY)

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, out of 12 million single parent families in 2013, more than 80% were headed by single mothers. Abandon_child-book cover2d FinalWhat do you say to a toddler when they are crying out for their dad and you know that he is selfishly missing in action? I Want My Daddy… The Psychology of Abandonment, written by T. Nicole Taylor, is a thought provoking eBook that gives insight on how to answer that challenging question.


This eBook is the true story of T. Nicole, a single mom fighting to keep her toddler child from being negatively affected by the residual effects of abandonment by her absent father. In her efforts to try to reverse the effects of low self–esteem and interruptive behavior in her daughter, she discovers revelations in her own story of abandonment; actions she must prevent while others actions she must enforce in order to raise a mentally and physically healthy child.


This eBook discusses the real accounts of how it feels to be deserted and rejected by a person that a child believes should love him or her automatically. It gives the dos and don’ts of dealing with a child with parental abandonment issues.


I Want My Daddy… the Psychology of Abandonment tells the story of why it is important for children to have positive male role models and more importantly loving and active parents whether they are together or not. It also provides encouragement to adults who grew up fatherless with insight on what we all can do to break the cycle from being damaged by abandonment.


With each riveting chapter you won’t be able to put it down.


  • Growing Up Without a Dad
  • I Want My Daddy…
  • Understanding The Psychology of Abandonment
  • The Possible Effects for Girls Growing Up Without a Dad
  • The Possible Effects for Boys Growing Up Without a Dad
  • I Didn’t Ask to Be Here
  • You’re Not My Daddy
  • Father’s Day
  • There is No Instruction Book on How to be a Good Parent
  • A Mother’s Fear
  • That Damn Baby Daddy
  • Baby Mama Drama (Are You the Problem?)
  • Stopping The Cycle


I really put my heart into this book. If I can get at least one absent parent to mend the broken relation between their child or adult child then this book will have fulfilled it’s purpose.

So support a sista, if you will.


I Want My Daddy… The Psychology of Abandonment is available now on Amazon. Just go online to to get your copy today!


You can get this eBook on any electronic device: smart phones, tablets, laptops, or on your desktop. This book is available on If you don’t already have the kindle app just download it for free from Amazon.

Please feel free to share your thoughts about the book or you own story on abandonment.

T. Nicole Taylor
T. Nicole Taylor is an author, blogger, community activist, 9 to 5 worker and full-time mom who want to help other single mothers heal and protect their kids from the effects of abandonment from their father. She also wants to help more men who are dads to realize the importance of their roles. With a strong urge to not fear their own inadequacies, because there is long lasting value in their time and care. As a testament of her own battles of being abandoned by an absent father, T. Nicole discovers ways in which she believes can help reduce the effects of abandonment and also increase the need for accountability. T. Nicole’s writing is provocative, thought provoking, and sometimes controversial. She is a writer who is not afraid to touch on the tough topics. I Want My Daddy…The Psychology of Abandonment is her first solo eBook. She has also co-authored a seductive and funny eBook, Soulful Vagina, with an incredible writing genius FBK aka Franki Johnnie whose done an interview on the Tom Joyner Morning Show. The duo was also on the Lincoln Ware Show on 1230 WDBZ the Buzz. T. Nicole Taylor is a native of Cincinnati, Oh. She has three beautiful kids and a dog. She has studied at the University of Cincinnati College of Arts and Science and graduated with honors with both an Associates in Paralegal Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies at Kaplan University.

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