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In this conversation we talk to Cam Hall, Founder of Fight the Dad Bod and the Dads Making a Difference Podcast. Cam is a dad of two, husband, full time leader in education, and also built the Fight the Dad Bod brand while navigating his own personal challenges with image, identity, health and balancing life.
How do you deal with stress? Do you feel the weight of the world on your shoulders? Are you finding yourself feeling more anxious and irritated? Then this conversation will help!
In this week’s episode of the Dad Central Show we provide a replay of our most popular webinar from 2021 titled How to Stay Calm, Set Limits and Get Kids to Behave.
In this epic conversation we hosted CBC Dragon, Vincenzo Guzzo. Right from the start, this “mega-boss” gets real about his early life, family experiences, relationship with his father, and the only thing he ever wanted for Christmas growing up.
In this episode Ed and Drew review select moments from the first 12 shows. Each guest provided memorable takeaways that, when applied, can make a big impact in the journey of fatherhood. As the conversation evolves they add personal reflections, stories or research that aligns with the guests message.
Dr. Charles Daniels explores the reality of what men and fathers need to be involved in their children’s lives. Built off his foundational work in communities, he explores the importance of parenting structures and how they contribute to or create barriers for dads.
As I refined my ability to communicate, the practice of keeping it simple did wonders. Here are the ABCs and 123s from my learning along with John Maxwell’s guidance for ways to keep it simple. Regardless of circumstances, they can help you connect with the people that matter most.
In this episode of The Dad Central Show we talk with Jerrad Lopes, a Christian author, speaker and founder of Dad Tired. Jerrad is a father of four who knows the challenges of being a husband and father while trying to juggle the demands of life.
Families and parents have faced extreme pressure to navigate the changing world and how that affects their children’s lives. Social distancing, vaccination status, racial tensions, and political divides create so much uncertainty when it comes to teaching children about building relationships.
In this episode of The Dad Central Show we talk with Bryan Ward, creator of the Dad Up Podcast about his fatherhood journey and the power of finding mentors.
This conversation explores the fatherhood experiences of Roger Dundas and Matt Prestbury. Roger Dundas is the Managing Director at Konvo Media and the Publisher/Co-Founder of ByBlacks.com. Matt Prestbury is the Founder of The Black Fathers Foundation.
From hearing about foundational childhood experiences that formed their perspective on fatherhood to the importance of structure and discipline to be at your best, this conversation is packed with insightful stories, humour and wisdom.
In the new episode of The Dad Central Show, we welcome a very special guest, Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair. This conversation is about the revolution of vulnerability and love. We invite all dads and parents to “listen” in on this enlightening talk that touches on deep and meaningful elements of Indigenous cultural practices.
Who do you want to be as a dad? The fun dad? Adventurous dad? The more structured dad? The effective communicator dad? The present dad? The compassionate dad? The potential options are limitless! It’s like asking a kid “what do you want to be when you grow up?” and they start listing off their heart’s desires.
This week we’re joined by former Harlem Globetrotter and founder of coaching firm DGMindset, Derick Grant. In this conversation, we discover the power of being intentional as a dad; the importance of recognizing, processing, and communicating emotions; and how to connect with your children to help them build strong habits
In this special conversation, Raptor’s broadcaster and personality, Jack Armstrong shares stories and examples that help dads move towards significance in their fatherhood journey, not just success.
Budgeting isn’t always easy, but with a little bit of effort and discipline, you can take control of your finances and build a bright future for your family.
Dealing with toddler tantrums can be tough, but with patience, understanding, and a little bit of know-how, you can effectively navigate these challenging moments and help your child learn healthy ways to cope with their emotions.
As a father, it’s important to make time for your family and create positive memories with them. One way to do this is by planning spontaneous adventures.
Dads, as we start the new year, it’s a great time to reflect on the past year and set goals for the year ahead. This is especially important when it comes to our relationships with our children and families