Welcome back to another episode of The Dad Central Show! In today’s episode, Drew and Ed dive deep into the topic of healthy relationships. Drawing from their own experiences, they discuss the importance of understanding what a healthy relationship looks like. 

The hosts stress the significance of self-awareness and personal growth before inviting a partner to embark on a similar journey. They emphasize the need to recognize the signs of both healthy and unhealthy relationships, providing valuable insights for listeners.

Additionally, Drew and Ed explore the impact of co-parenting relationships on children. They delve into a study conducted by The Ohio State University, which highlights the positive effects of a highly positive co-parenting relationship on a child’s social competence and behavioral adjustment. The hosts reflect on their own co-parenting experiences and share valuable advice on creating unity and maintaining a united front for the well-being of children.

In this episode, the hosts also introduce Dad Mentor, a new fatherhood community created by Dad Central. This community seeks to address the lack of dedicated support for dads and offers practical tools, resources, and a supportive network to help dads navigate the challenges of fatherhood.

With an engaging discussion, personal anecdotes, and expert insights, Drew and Ed provide listeners with valuable guidance on building and maintaining healthy relationships, both romantically and as co-parents. Stay tuned for an enlightening conversation on The Dad Central Show!

Learn more about DadMentor here: https://dadcentral.ca/dads/ 

Episode Overview:

00:00 – Intro
4:20 – Coparenting Survey: How moms and dads see each other as co-parents
9:30 – Drew’s unique coparenting journey
16:06 – Drew’s advice to people in a co-parenting situation
21:56 – Ed and Drew’s closing thoughts
25:31- Outro

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