• 00:31

    Seperation by Dedication with Professional Coach Kenny Baldo

    in Parents

    As a Certified Professional Coach, Kenny Baldo, Endurance Athlete and Professional Entrepreneur I coach dedicated athletes, professionals and aspiring healthier adults who want to keep doing what they love without losing the support, appreciation and unity with the ones they love, by combining smarter choices with winning habits inside and outside the home, so the whole family can experience the win and avoid separation by dedication.


    E-mail kbaldo@live.com


    We are all products of the messages we receive in our lives; messages from peers, media, and friends. None of these messages are as powerful as those we receive from our caregivers in childhood.  Our childhood messages impact the intimacy we have or don’t have, our parenting skills, even the careers we choose. We become imprisoned in these roles, guided by inner voices created in childhood.  Together lets silence those intrusive inner voices, so wecan be who we truly want to be not who we were were set up to be. 


    Thomas Gagliano, MSW


    Life Mentor, Author & Speaker


    www.thomasgagliano.com


    (732) 266-4952


     


     

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    076 CLYDE EDGERTON: "Don't Mess with Papadaddy"

    in Self Help

    The wildly successful author of ten novels, Clyde Edgerton has turned his pen on a new target: fatherhood. “Papadaddy’s Book for New Fathers: Advice to Dads of All Ages” is a hysterical, heart-warming read. Today on BOLD, we meet the man behind this magical book for parents.

     

     

    “I composed letters to my children as they were growing up,” Clyde says. “I feel so fortunate to be able to use those now.” He’s uniquely qualified to write about Dad-dom: his children range in age from 8 to 32.

     

     

    Clyde’s humorous and helpful tome guides new parents on everything from dealing with in-laws, coping with sleep deprivation and what to do after you’ve cursed in front of a mimicking baby. “If it is happening with your child, it has already happened to me,” he laughs.

     

     

    One reviewer states:  “Edgerton is so, so funny. He captures the rainbows, cheap thrills and irritating potholes of parenting with splendid understatement.” Clyde has been a Guggenheim Fellow and five of his novels have been New York Times Notable Books.