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Despite all of the challenges when it comes to raising kids and the married life, what does it really take to become an awesome dad? Larry Hagner joins Shana James, the Founder of The Good Dad Project, to share his parenting strategies focused on calmness, allowing him to create a meaningful conne
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Despite all of the challenges when it comes to raising kids and the married life, what does it really take to become an awesome dad? Larry Hagner joins Shana James, the Founder of The Good Dad Project, to share his parenting strategies focused on calmness, allowing him to create a meaningful connection with his four boys. Larry boasts how this led to amazing communication between him and his kids, allowing them to become extremely open and frank to one another. He also presents some of the most common pitfalls fathers have to face to become more responsible and independent. Finally, he discusses the significant role of patience when dispelling the most dangerous masculine attitudes, often rooted in anger and discontent.
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Be An Awesome Dad Without Losing Your Life With Larry Hagner
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I’m excited to be here with Larry Hagner of The Good Dad Project. Welcome. Thank you for being here. 
What’s going on? It’s been a long time.
It’s been quite a while. Larry is a father of four boys, which I have mad respect for. We’re going to talk about The Good Dad Project and parenting. You have the number one podcast for dads on iTunes. You’ve been doing this for quite a while. One of the things I love about you is that you are willing to go first and say what can be scary for a lot of men to say. You talk about the vulnerability, which I know is not your favorite word, but talk about the feelings, the fears and the things that come up with having to make decisions and intimacy. Thank you for being a man who’s willing to risk that and show what it takes. 
Thanks for having me topics. The topics I do enjoy talking about never was comfortable with it in the beginning, but definitely, I am now.
The Good Dad Project, we’re going to talk about what it’s like to be a dad, some of the mistakes you see a man make. I was reading one of your book chapters around patients. I was relating to that as a parent of how impatient I can be with my child. I don’t know if you know Jed Diamond, but he is a psychologist, who’s worked a lot with menopause for men and this way that as men get older, that can be more irritability, anger, and frustration. I think that might tie into what we’re talking about as well.
It’s true. One of the things that you said in another conversation is that you have bold...
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