What Kind of Father Do You Want to Be?
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What Kind of Father Do You Want to Be?

We have two choices when we become a dad. Are we going to be like our fathers? Or are we going to try to be different. Some men have a good sense of what a good dad should be by watching their fathers. Other men are trying to break a pattern of bad fathering, whether it be addiction, anger, or complete absence.

On today’s short show we have Dad Edge Alliance member Andy Nelson. He is a divorced dad who admits that he was not there mentally for his kids or their mother. He knew he had to break the pattern of his father’s parenting and began to proactively improve his relationship with both his kids and his ex-wife.

Andy tells us how he developed a framework to change his life and how he succeeded by focusing on his goals instead of running away from what he didn’t want.

[bctt tweet=”‘You have to embrace all your feelings. You won’t feel the extreme highs without the extreme lows.’—Andy Nelson #fatherhood #mentalhealth #menshealth #gratitude” username=”gooddadprojct”]


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