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.
E469 The Ogunyemi Brothers
We welcome the Ogunyemi Brothers, Dr Clement Ogunyemi and Major Olaolu Ogunyemi, to share their personal journey with mental health (depression, anxiety, and self esteem). Also they talk about their book "Three Day Mental Health Guide: Major Payne Edition."
E468 Men's Mental Health
We talk with Dr Ryan Maid, a professional baseball therapist from Kansas City, about creating a positive identity with a group of like-minded men and being a part of a "tribe."
E467 Men's Mental Health
We talk with Thomas Janousek, from the Nebraska Department of Mental Health, about picking a therapist that "fits you" or that you are comfortable with. Thomas also talks about the assessment of men's mental health and how it is such an important part of guiding men in the right direction.
E466 Men's Mental Health
Dr Jennifer Baker and Drew Dilisio talk about highlighting men's mental health all year in 2023. How we can help identify and guide men to get the guidance they need for their families.
E465 Fathers and Education
We talk with Dr Mike Dawson, the Executive Director of Instruction at Branson Public Schools, about the role of fathers and education and being an educated role model to our children.
E464 Prime Good Dads
We talk with Devon Magruder, a driver for Prime, about how he communicates with his family and maintains a strong relationship while he is on the road.
Thanks so much for creating an amazing podcast that provides applicable tips and actions Dads can apply to their lives!
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