Based on The Nurturing Father's Program, this podcast discusses the joys and complexities of being a nurturing father. Hosted by father and son, Mark and Corey Perlman
10 Tips to Being a Great Dad
Mark and Corey share 10 tips on how you can be a great dad!
Interview with Ola Akinwe
In this episode, Mark and Corey talk to Ola Akinwe about his upbringing in Nigeria, discovering The Nurturing Father's Program, and how he is bringing The Nurturing Father's Program to Nigeria!
Tools for Fathers to Navigate this Pandemic
In this special episode, Mark and Corey discuss a number of important topics to help dads navigate these uncertain times. Topics include:
- Stress management
- Kids needs, Parents needs
- Dads role in virtual schooling
- The value of play and fun
The Fatherless Daughter Project with Denna Babul
Speaker and relationship coach Denna Babul joins Mark and Corey to talk about the effects of being fatherless on your daughter's personal relationships and offers advice on how they can cope with being fatherless. She also talks about how to navigate being a stand-in father and benefits it could bring!
Mark and Corey talk about control in parenting. They discuss asserting control, giving control, and maintaining self-control and how they can all affect your child's problem solving and decision-making skills!
Interview with Carol Lapin
A long-time friend of Mark's, Carol Lapin, joins us on the podcast to discuss navigating through divorced and blended families. Carol and Corey share their experiences of being in a divorced family.
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You should speak at CHD
The graduation was today... didn’t know there was a pod cast!! 💪🏼
A very appreciative wife/mother/grandmother
So thankful that there are people like you who truly make a difference in this ever changing world! Your work is so important to so many. I truly hope you continue your much needed work 🙏🏻
Great conversation to get you thinking
Thanks Mark and Corey for sharing your conversations about fatherhood with everyone. I find the thought provoking and they really challenge me to think more about how I can be a better father.
Keep it up!