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Locker Room Talk – Session 10

Locker Room Sessions

Last week (01/21/2016), in our Locker Room session we briefly discussed a few different topics: Working with Mom and Co-Parenting Parenting Differences Walking a Mile in Her Shoes I'm Okay, She's Okay Notes During an exercise on "Walking a Mile in Her Shoes"... We learned that Dads should show "Empathy" to the Moms of their children in order to

TFP DISCUSSES MEN’S HEALTH AT THE WHITE HOUSE

Research findings from The Fatherhood Project and others has shown that a man’s health affects the well-being of his children and family. The Fatherhood Project’s Dr. Ray Levy and John Badalament will be participating in the White House event Dialogue on Men’s Health on Friday, January 8th. Led by Broderick

Locker Room Talk – Session 9

Locker Room Sessions

Last week (01/14/2016), in our Locker Room session we briefly discussed a few different topics: Getting Involved Ways to be Involved Helping My Child Do Well in School Notes During an exercise on "Goals and Self-Worth"... We learned that when Dads are more involved their children get better grades, have fewer behavior problems in school, and are less

I’m Too Harsh with My Kids

Confession: I’m Too Harsh with My Kids I realized I’m too harsh with my kids. The other day, I was driving with my two kids in the backseat. My daughter started to do things that annoyed my son. He was clearly upset and started laying into her. Immediately, I noticed his

Locker Room Talk – Session 8

Locker Room Sessions

Last week (01/07/2016), in our Locker Room session we briefly discussed a few different topics: Children's Growth Goals and Self-Worth Nature or Nurture? Notes During an exercise on "Goals and Self-Worth"... We learned that our children's self-worth (the overall value a person has for themselves) is greatly impacted by the wishes or goals Dads may have for their

Winter Three Bean Chili

JANUARY 4, 2016 BY FIT FATHERS Makes about 8 cups (8 servings) This multicolor chili takes just thirty minutes to prepare and is chock-full of fiber, which enhances immune function and rids the body of excess circulating hormones and carcinogens, thus lowering cancer risk. Serve it with brown rice or warmed tortillas and

Why We Should Focus Less On Our Kids’ Achievements

Our kids are involved in many different things. They play multiple sports, are involved in other extracurricular activities, and have a wide variety of interests. Sometimes they achieve a lot, others they don%u2019t achieve as much. One evening while volunteering at their Awana club, I learned something about why their

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