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#345 Two Days Until Age 68 This is a picture of my beloved car ... and I like my dogs.
Comic Relief Three minutes and you’ll laugh. Who doesn’t want that?
Kenny Loggins is a Great Dad Listen, it will make you feel good.
#344 Kenny Loggins is a Great Dad Happy Fathers' Day to all the "Great" fathers out there!
How To Be A Visionary Father: Vision Planning For Your Kids Lives Welcome back! The podcast is back for 2021 with a brand new episode about setting the vision for your family and your children. In this episode, we'll talk about what vision really is, talking about why it's so important, and then discuss how you can help cultivate vision planning in your kids lives. We also have two special announcements that you'll want to tune in for as well!

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Loving Your Kids Unconditionally No Matter What (And What To Do When The No Matter What Arrives) In our opening episode of season 2, I dive into a very personal experience that I have had to maneuver in my fatherhood journey: how to love your kids unconditionally no matter what happens. No matter their decisions, what they say, or how they treat you. We'll break down one of the oldest stories about fatherhood and talk about what it looks like to really love someone with no conditions.

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Divorced Dads & Navigating Through Family Court | AFAR Podcast - Ep. 3 Oftentimes during divorce, fathers feel voiceless in family probate court when advocating for parenting time and custody. You may be broken and think that your relationship with the child in your life is broken too.&nbsp;
However, what’s broken can be fixed if you are willing to work at it and keep fighting for your role as a father. We all know it can be very frustrating and challenging to navigate through Family Probate Court. Nonetheless, you have to keep pushing and keep pushing forward, even when it hurts. &nbsp;
Through reflection, you heal. Through resilience, you fight. Through courage, you endure. There is a light at the end of the tunnel and your voice matters, dads.
Let's unpack this difficult topic.

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Father of The Day: Mr. Corey Thompson Father of The Day: Mr. Corey Thompson
Corey is a trained architect, "lover," and the proud father of two, a son and daughter. To Corey, children will always need their fathers, regardless of what anyone says. "Fathers father and mothers mother, we are built that way..." Corey's capacity to love is still in-tact, even after the passing of his son. Please tune in to learn more about the importance of love and fatherhood.&nbsp;

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Today’s Father of The Day: Mr. William Reynolds Mr. Reynolds is a former First Lieutenant of the United States Army and the proud father of six children. His fathering approach is influenced by his experience growing up in a tight-knit family that looked out for one another. Mr. Reynolds believes that family is integral to the healthy development of children. Fatherhood to Mr. Reynolds is the most important role a man has.
"Us dads have to remain humble. Nobody fathers in a bubble. Remain open to learning, and be patient with your kids…”

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