“The Winning Father” wants to focus on the great need for fathers to be real men in a time where the absent parent syndrome is so crucial and domestic violence is on the increase, world-wide . Genuine fathers in every sense of the word are urgently needed in our day. Men who are real, leaders, providers, men who are concerned and involved in the upbringing process of their children, but especially leaders and examples to their children. Several important research statistics are being brought forward in “The Winning Father” and at the end several proposals are made to fathers in general but also to the Government of South Africa to support them in their search for answers for the alarming escalation of violence against women and children. Fathers all over the world can benefit from the information shared in this book. Fathers need to be educated to be fathers in a “father hunger” world.