Tune in to learn more about what it means to be a 21st century Good Dad. Laugh and learn as you listen to soon-to-be dads, brand new dads, over-the-road dads, dads with twins, single parent dads, divorced dads, and many other real-life dads. Don’t expect perfection. Do expect to learn something new and/or be reassured about what you’re already doing. It’s all here on the Good Dads Podcast.
E413 Prime Good Dads
We talk with Donald Brown, who works in the Prime main office, about getting ready for summer with his family and how he communicates with truckers on the road.
E412 Difference Dads Make
The more contact children have with their dads, the more easily they make open and trusting contact with new people in their lives. Living in a home without a dad correlates more highly than any other factor to suicide among children and teens.
E411 A Difference A Dad Makes
Father involvement in a child's life is at least five times more important in preventing drug use. A father's parenting behaviors and styles are associated with increased rates of child overweight or obesity.
E410 Prime Good Dads
We talk with Matt Hancock, the fitness director at Prime, and Sarah Waterman, the nutritionist at Prime, about how exercise, eating, and community all play a role in your mental health.
E409 The Difference A Dad Makes
Fathers who are involved in their child's life have a better chance to excel in education. The more years children spend with no or minimal father involvement, the fewer years of school they complete.
E408 Mental Health
Dr. Baker "tackles" mental health. This episode we talk about narcissism. What should we look for people who are narcissistic, is it treatable, and can we surround ourselves with narcissism?
Great podcast for dad’s!!
Great to hear real dads talk about real issues other real dads deal with every day! A very fun and informative listen for your commute.
Thank you for making this podcast. I love it and am trying to take it all in in
This Podcast is amazing, it has so many tips and good educational parts to this podcast! Great Work - Albert Brooks