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WAKE UP WEDNESDAY!!!! Are you a man suffering through the legal system just to spend time with your children? Do you ever feel that your rights as a father are being violated? Or are you a man who does the bare minimum and almost never engages with your child/children? Whatever the case we're talking about Fatherhood; the right to be a father who does for his children and who understands his role and responsibilities as being more than just a sperm donor or an ATM. We will hear from fathers about the struggle to have a relationship with the mother of the child, let alone the child. Join us today on Life, Love, No Chaser! Call in at: 347-637-3718. Press 1 to vent or weigh-in. blogtalkradio.com/lifelovenochaser
You are living a legacy of leadership. Right now, you have the opportunity to influence your customers, your co-workers, your community, and your children. It takes a village to raise a child. Devon Bandison believes that…with a twist. He believes every individual leader – that’s you – can influence life in a positive way.
Researchers have proved that father/child contact is associated with better socio-emotional and academic functioning. Results indicate that children with more involved fathers experience fewer behavioral problems and score higher on reading achievement. Devon knows that Fatherhood is leadership and Leadership Is Influence.
Devon coaches fathers around the world on how to become high performing leaders and agents of change in the lives of their children. His signature talk “Fatherhood is Leadership” has gained national recognition and was a featured TED Talk at TEDx Boca Raton in March 2015. He brings a message of hope to fathers who have struggled with work-life integration.
Adversity has served as Devon’s greatest teacher molding him into the modern leader and loving father he is today. With the pain of his parent’s divorce in early childhood and absent father addicted to drugs, staying on course for success proved to be challenging. However, as a young father a shift in perspective and a decision to choose growth over victimization transformed his life. Devon began the road to recovering his true self. His leadership seminars and coaching programs inspire many leaders across the globe.
It is the gifts of adversity that fuel Devon’s compassion and dedication to helping others find their voice, inspire hope and live their own legacy of leadership.
Fatherhood conversation continues
Fatherhood talk with our invited guest Mr. Daimion Redmond, Founder of YSportz Camps. Listen in on our conversation on fathering, mentoring and the great benefits of his camps in various cities.
C.h. Cooper, late 20s, will take us on his emotional journey through fatherhood from first knowing to visitation to custody and onward...
Invite young people to listen...
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Parents, move into your power; you are the Power Behind Your Child’s Success.’
Spread the word because your child’s Classroom DNA is affected by other children
Fathers contribute to the well-being of their children and female partners when relationships are healthy and loving. Yet research indicates that in high conflict relationships when fathers are abusive to their female partners and/or their children, victims suffer short-term and long-term physical, emotional, financial, and spiritual affects of the abuse. Even during separation and divorce, abusive fathers may still have contact with their former partners and children because the courts, mother, or children choose it. What should our helping systems consider in order to protect and support women and children when domestic violence occurs? What can be done to encourage healthy, non-abusive behavior among fathers with a history of violence and abuse?
Join host Kelly Galea for this episode of Power Up Living as she interviews fatherhood expert and author, Hogan Hilling.
While collecting stories from active, involved fathers for “Dads Behaving Dadly” co-authors Hogan Hilling and Al Watts discovered the claim made by the National Fatherhood Initiative and others that “Fatherhood is in Crisis in America” is disingenuous. While it is true there are absent and irresponsible dads in America which causes many difficulties for their children, the greater truth Hilling and Watts discovered, is that most fathers are present, responsible and very involved parents. Today’s responsible modern dads far outnumber the dads who are not involved in their child’s life. The Dads Behaving Dadly book proves “Fatherhood Is Alive and Well!”
Join us live to learn more about the truths, tears and triumphs of modern fatherhood.
About our Guest
Hogan Hilling is a dad to three children, the author of six parenting books, fatherhood expert and has appeared on Oprah. Hilling has co-founded and helped establish several fatherhood networks in the USA since 1992. He is also an expert on creating father-friendly environments in the community and available as a speaker. Hilling and Dadly book co-author, Al Watts, have started a “Fatherhood Is Alive and Well” campaign. Hiling lives in Orange, California.
Hogan Hilling is a dad, author of six parenting books, fatherhood expert and has appeared on Oprah. Hilling has co-founded and helped establish several fatherhood networks in the USA since 1992. Hilling’s recent book Dads Behaving Dadly has received international attention. Dadly II sequel will debut in June with other Dadly books to follow.
Thomas Gagliano inspire readers to silence the inner voice of self-doubt and fear and begin living proactive, satisfying lives. Moving past addictive acting out depends on right action and right thinking. With candor and humility, the authors show readers how to work an honest recovery program and break the cycle of addictive acting out. A motivational can-do guide to making the most of one’s life. His Book!
Thomas Gagliano is a successful businessman and a high profile leader in addiction and self-help therapy. He has been featured as a keynote speaker at many meetings and conferences in New Jersey and greater New York.
This edition of the O.W. Prince Ministries Broadcast features a segment from a live recorded message that was delivered on Father’s Day 2014. It examines the divine nature of Fatherhood and Manhood.
There are a few bonuses to today’s broadcast but you will have to listen to discover them.
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