Perfection is the Enemy of Becoming a Better Dad
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Why Perfection is the Enemy of Becoming Better Dad


All of us want to be a perfect father, but things never turn out the way we expect. Even for those men actively striving to become a better dad, perfection eludes us. Holding ourselves to this impossible standard leads to frustration and hopelessness. It might make us feel like giving up altogether.

Today, we have Dad Edge Alliance member Sam on the show. He’s from Sydney and was part of the Australian Special Forces. He’s married and is the father of three boys. He lost his band of brothers when he left the military and live and work in Abu Dhabi. Sam was desperately searching for guidance in his relationships with his wife and kids. He didn’t consider himself a great dad and reached a point where he was just going to accept it.

Today he talks about how perfection was his enemy and how he moved past it to grow as a husband and a father.

Why Perfection is the Enemy of Becoming Better Dad

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