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The Modern Dad's Handbook
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Being a father isn't something you are; it's something you do. The job description of fathers has changed dramatically. Much more is expected of dads today -- and they expect much more of themselves. The real-life, positive role models of modern dads are few and far between. So, most men struggle between an old model that no longer works and a new model that seems undefined. Keith and Sharmai welcome author John Badalament, whose latest book, The Modern Dads Handbook, outlines specific strategies to help today's Dads be the men and fathers they aspire to be.
Episode Segments:
Author John Badalament - Part One
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Author John Badalament - Part Two
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Author John Badalament - Part Three
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Author John Badalament - Part Four
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John Badalament
John Badalament, Ed.M., is an international lecturer, Harvard-trained educator, and leader in the fatherhood field. John is also the director of the acclaimed film for PBS, All Men Are Sons: Exploring the Legacy of Fatherhood, and the upcoming film, Gender Traps: How Marriage Problems Start in Kindergarten. His work has been featured in Men's Health, the Boston Globe, and Our Children, the National PTA magazine. Over the last 15 years, John has worked with thousands of parents and children. He currently consults with schools, parent groups, mental health professionals, corrections facilities, companies, and religious groups. John holds a Master's Degree in Education from Harvard's Graduate School of Education He's presented at national conferences, such as The NAIS National Conference, The Psychotherapy Networker Symposium, New England Fathering Conference, National Head Start Conference on Fathers, Harvard Medical School, and the Askwith Forum at Harvard's Graduate School of Education. John lives in the Boston area with his wife and two children.

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