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Brandon Lyons is a family law expert, father of a 5 year old daughter and passionate about making a difference! He is helping divorced and single parents gain equality with their children. Brandon realizes that children benefit exponentially from having both mom and dad in the picture. He is focused on helping single moms and single dads become more aware of the child's emotional needs in broken parent relationships.
"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."
~Martin Luther King~
We will be discussing:
1. How frustrated parents can create balance in co-parenting when circumstances lead to a divorce or separation.
2. Discover how positive reinforcement works for children and ex-spouses.
3. The benefits of finding a way to incorporate consistant co-parenting.
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Join me tonight on House of Harley to talk about single moms and dads that date each other, and the moments when you combine worlds. The strugles of dating and being a single parent.....current news, sports, entertainment and more Tonight on House of Harley Talk Radio!!!!! LEGGO!!!!!!!!
January Jones-Single Dads with Heart
Single Dads With Heart: A Father’s New Beginning. Larry Agresto was a single father for ten years before he remarried. On May 20, 1995, Larry Agresto became a single father literally overnight.
His wife Jody, mother of his two daughters Lauren age 11 and Julia age seven, was rushed to the hospital on Thursday night and pronounced dead on Saturday morning. She had not been ill, so this turn of events was both a shock and tragedy for Larry and his daughters.
Although he wasn’t aware of this at the time, Jody was and her last spoken words to him were “take good care of my girls.” Larry made a promise and as a result, he committed himself to being the best single father he could be and he made raising his girls a priority in his life.
You might remember him from the Ellen Show, NBC’s Americas Got Talent, that Hyundai Commercial or I am sure you have seen his daughter and his beautiful duet of the Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros song “Home” on YouTube!
What you see is a loving father singing with his daughter Alexa, what you might not know is the struggles this man has faced throughout his life and the work he is currently doing with Dad’s Corp (a program with SAY San Diego dedicated towards empowering fathers to succeed in being partners, parents, and providers)
Jorge’s has overcome so much in his personal life, from growing up in a city that everyone thinks is pretty but never get the opportunity to see the gritty; Jorge overcame the odds from middle school to high school he says “it was all about staying alive” staying clear of gang violence and keeping yourself out of trouble wasn’t an easy road to take but Jorge did it.
During his youth Jorge and his then girlfriend became teen parents, becoming a teen parent is a super hard task and takes an extraordinary support system in order to be able to finish high school and take on the responsibility of parenthood, but the odds got stacked against Jorge even more when he mother was deported back to mexico.
Jorge is doing incredible work today in the community of San Diego with the Dads Corp Program and on Wednesday February 18th he will be doing a free fathers legal clinic helping fathers understand their rights and provide legal support resources at the Midcity Family Resource Center off El Cajon Blvd.
It is some thing we hear about often. And it is usually considered to be a beneficial concept. Many, if not most, of us value and possibly use it as a criteria for picking their respective mates. But is this an overblown philosophy or way of thinking? Is the merit to this notion of children raised with both of their parents, and or even in healthy two parent homes, are make for more healthy mates in adult relationships?
Do people raised in single parent homes have unrealistic expectations of how their mate(s) and relationships are suppose to be? Do they have a lack of patience when their respective expectations are not lived up to? Are you able to tell if a person (specifically a woman) was raised without their father immediately? Does the lack of seeing both parents living together create serious incompatibility issues in those of us who did not have the luxury?
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