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Visit Your Parents

Visit Your Parents

2022-09-1420:15

When I was looking into residency options for pediatrics I never intended to actually move a plane ride away from my family.  However, when those match cards came in I found myself staring at a name I had almost forgot I had placed at the top.  Nebraska.  Moving to the middle of the country from my hometown of West Virginia was a shock at first.  Yet overtime it began to feel like home, and eventually when we had kids we decided to stick around.  Now I love where I live including the community I am a part of, coworkers I get to see daily, and friends we have made along the way.  Yet, one of the hardest things has been being away from my family.If you are like us, my kids don't get to see their grandparents, aunts, uncles, or cousins very often.  Typically they get to visit them about twice a year, usually during the summer and winter months.  At their age I do not think they recognize the distance, considering this is all they have known.  For me, it is a very different feeling.  Recently my wife was gracious enough to buy me a plane ticket home for JUST ME as she cared for our boys.  5 days round trip to go spend time with my parents and one of my sisters child free - how incredible is that?  The experience of it left me reinvigorated and excited.  It also taught me a lot of valuable lessons. Listen in today as I talk about the experience of it and why I think YOU need to start planning your next trip soon!Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. 
This past month an article was released by the Brookings Institution (and thus several news agencies) focusing on the cost to raise a child in 2020.  They estimated that by the time that child finished high school at 17 years or age, you will have spent over 300000 dollars on them.  That's a lot of money!However, the topic of money and how much you spend on your kids is not as simple as this estimate suggests.  This estimate would have you spending about 18000 a year on them.  I know physicians that spend more than that on private schools alone.  When we look at the cost of raising our children, it is important to understand where our money goes and WHY we spend that money in the first place.Listen in this week as I discuss my thoughts on the numbers above and how it applies very differently to physicians than it does to the general population.  Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. 
What is Love?

What is Love?

2022-08-3120:40

The topic of "love" is one that is frequently discussed but never fully agreed upon.  When our kids looks to us and ask us, "What is love, daddy?" I should have a quick easy answer for them to understand, right?  Sadly, love is not so easily explained, let alone understood, by most of us.  In the last few weeks I had a patient ask me this specific question.  The topic had never been brought up at home, and he was concerned he did not KNOW how to LOVE.  Not exactly a medical question, but we spent the better part of 45 minutes discussing it in the clinic.To be able to explain love, we first need to know what it means to us and how it varies between our spouse, our kids, and others around us.  Listen in this week as I discuss my thoughts on the topic of love and how to approach it with your child. Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. 
Today's episode is an interview with Dr Ryan Stegink.  Dr. Ryan Stegink majored in physics before going to medical school, ultimately specializing in general pediatrics. Previously bringing many charts home and going through burnout less than a year out of training, he now leaves work at work, so he can be more present at home as a husband and father. Not content to keep this transformation to himself, Dr. Stegink has started a podcast and now group coaching program to help physicians with their charting and wellness.Learn more about his program, and get home sooner with your charting done at ChartingMastery.netThe MedEdWell Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mededwell-podcast/id1577516330Website: https://www.mededwell.comInstagram: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mededwellLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mededwell
Have you ever talked to your kids about "wants" versus "needs"?How do you approach every day purchases versus luxury purchases when discussing them with your kids?Does your kid spend all their allowance money on rocks?  (yes, one of our might just do that)In this week's episode of the Imperfect Dad MD podcast I focus on the topic of saving versus spending and RECOGNIZING what your kids do.  It is interesting to watch our kids and how they utilize currency, be it money they gained from allowance or birthdays to the tickets they "earn" playing video games at the arcade. I think money can be a hard topic depending on how you approach it with your children.  However, we ALL want our kids to thrive in society when it comes to their finances.  It is never too early to approach the topic; yet, like last week's show discussed, it is important to know the difference in your kids' personalities when it comes to saving and spending BEFORE you start to talk about it. Listen in this week as I discuss this important topic and how I recognized the differences in our own kids. Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. 
I recently released a Reel on Instagram of our two boys sword fighting.  It was under the premise that I usually discourage our boys from fighting, yet I encouraged them to fight with swords and targets on their bodies.  As I watched the videos back, I very easily recognized the difference in fighting styles between the older and younger son.  One was more reserved and calculating, while the other simply berserked his attacks with no interest in hitting the target.  Correlating these behaviors to every day life, it was easy to deduce the differences in our boys and how they handle daily situations.  Stress, discipline, friends, school - each of them uses their own specific personalities to respond to these external stimuli, and if I wasn't aware of this then it would be difficult to know how to talk to them in times of stress.  We all attempt to raise our children in a similar fashion.  However, we all know at once that this is folly.  Each of our kids handles our normal mannerisms when it comes to handling time-outs, eating behaviors, bed time, school concerns, etc.   Some of our kids may thrive on the way we parent, while others may tumble.  Today I discuss these differences in our kids and how I use that to determine how to manage every day topics with them, be it school, friends, discipline at home, stress, or other situations.  Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. 
I didn't want to record this episode.  I had a completely different episode planned for this week.  However, we are now 1-2 weeks out from school starting for our kids and this thing we call Monkey Pox is becoming a hot topic.  How Hot, you may ask?  The WHO (World Health Organization) has just deemed to to be a Global Health Emergency.  They don't use those words lightly.  Here in the United States we are starting to see more and more cases of this spreading.  As kids plan to get back to school, the thought of small hands touching many surfaces continues to drive my mind into concern for how this illness may spread.   Today's episode focuses on what we do know about monkey pox - the symptoms to watch for, the potential (or lack thereof) treatment and vaccination for it, the time table to develop symptoms after exposure as well as how long you or your kid is contagious once you start to show symptoms.  You probably are not going to like what I have to say. Listen in this week, and let me know how I am being way to paranoid about this specific topics.  I truly hope I am. Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show.   
In the medical community the term "Imposter Syndrome" has become very popular.  The concept began back in the 1970s by Drs. Clance and Imes.  They met with many high accomplished academics, admins, and students who felt their accomplishments were not their own and were, in a lack of a better term, frauds. This idea of being an imposter as grown exponentially in the physician community.  In fact, some studies show the rate of physician imposter syndrome to be close to 60%.  I personally blame the COVID era for this statistic, as we have seen the social media community go from physicians being heroes to being villains very quickly.However, when the topic of imposter syndrome relate to physician PARENTING gets searched, there is very little to go off of.  Many of the articles are either opinion based or surveys, and many times they focus on the physician mother.  This makes sense.  I have discussed in past episodes how the gender gap and changes in regards to parenting has negatively affected both sexes, but moreso females versus males.  HOWEVER, there are basically NO articles out there related to the physician dad and the imposter syndrome associated with being a parent. Today I discuss my thoughts on this, why I feel like it is a VERY IMPORTANT topic to discuss, and what you can do as a physician parent to address this.  Check out this week's episode on Imposter Syndrome as a Physician Dad and let me know what you think!Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show.  
When was the last family vacation you took?  Was it memorable?  Enjoyable?  Full of stress and frustration?Many of us as parents recognize that family vacations are not always truly "vacations."  Sometimes stressing over travel, food choices, sleep schedules, tantrums, or simply picking what to do when we get to our destination can lead to less-than-desirable memories.  Last month my family and I traveled to North Carolina to spend a week at the beach with my parents, siblings, and nieces.  This involved air travel and spending time in the airport (not a fun situation at this current moment), coming up with food choices our boys would eat while there, anticipating arguments between who would be at the beach, be at the pool, or doing other activities, etc.  All of these scenarios could have led to arguments, disappointment, or more stress than when we aren't on vacation.  However, this summer I chose to approach things very differently.Listen in this week as I discuss what I learned on this trip and how I plan to utilize that for the future.Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd 
We are BACK!Last month I decided to take time away from the podcast and focus more on myself and my family.  As the month of June is designated as Men's Health Month, I felt it was poignant to give more attention to my physical and mental health when it comes to being a father, husband, and physician.But now I am back in the podcast chair and ready to roll.  A lot happened in the month of June and I am excited to share it all with you!  I feel the best way to first summarize the month is to talk about the Top 5 Things I Learned this month.  These were1) One child is easier than two.2) Your 5-year-old will not keep your secrets for you.3) Screen time is ok, sometimes.4) Let it flow.5) The US medical system versus the Ukrainian medical system.If any of these sound interesting to you, OR you are thinking ,"What the heck do any of these have in common??" check out this week's episode!
Men's Health Month

Men's Health Month

2022-06-0122:01

Today is June 1st, meaning it is the beginning of Men's Health Month!  This month is dedicated to men focusing on their health in various aspects, including diet, exercise, medical health, and mental health.  Throughout the 123 episodes of this show, I feel those topics have been touched on rather frequently.  Early on I spoke with Dr Jonar de Guzman in Episode 10 on Lifestyle Medicine and how that affects physician dads.  I spent last July focusing solely on the book Blue Zones and my thoughts on how it affects our daily choices.  My various discussions with other dads has placed a spotlight on the gender gap we find ourselves with being parents in today's world.  In today's episode I challenge each and every listener to make a change for the month of June.  Be it diet, physical activity, mental health - choose something to change this month to help make YOU a healthier person.  If you are curious about MY change for the month, listen in to today's episode!Also, I mention the podcast Docs2Dads by Dr Scott Grant.  I highly recommend you give it a listen this month as he plans to focus a lot of his attention on Men's Health Month.  Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
I have spoked several times on the topic of defining what success means to you, and what does it mean for your child to be successful.  We all have different definitions of success and how we interpret it.  Recently I saw an article posted on Facebook in regards to setting up your child for Entrepreneur Success.  Although we probably all want to see our children become business savvy adults, I felt like the article touched on several topics that can simply set up our children to be successful in many different ways.  If you are interested, the article can be found here.  Basically, it looks at 4 key points in our children and how each one can potentially set up our child for success of failure later in life.  Those 4 items are:1) Company Kept: Who your kid hangs out with.2) Education: Not the school they go to, but what they learn early in life.3) Accountability:  We could all probably use some help with that.4) Self-motivation: Like me forcing myself out of bed to work out in the morning.Listen in as I discuss these 4 key points mentioned in the article and my own thoughts on them.  Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
This week's Wednesday episode focused on the topic of anxiety and depression in our adolescents and the WHY to how it all started.  One of the more important topics involving mental health is how Lifestyle can both positively and negatively affect mental health. What is Lifestyle?  I am talking about sleep, diet, water intake, exercise, substance use - these key topics can significantly affect your child's ability to deal with mental health conditions.Listen in as I discuss these key topics and what you can do to help your child.Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
It is no secret that adolescent mental health conditions have become a major talking point since the pandemic began.  Schools shutting down and moving to virtual learning, the loss of sports and extracurricular activities, and simple socialization halting one day in March of 2020, it is no wonder that some kids are struggling to get back to "normal."However, we can't only blame COVID.  Mental health conditions like anxiety and depression usually take time to develop.  Little things here and there add up to what we see in our patients in the clinic - elevated PHQ-9 and GAD-7 scores, kids struggling with school, and parents not sure where to turn next.This week I discuss the topic of adolescent depression and anxiety and determining WHY your child is struggling with this.  I also approach how you can start to address it at home while waiting to get in with your primary care physician or counselor.Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!In the show today I mention several blog posts discussing anxiety and your kids.  Below are links to those blog posts I have done in the past:https://imperfectdadmd.com/2020/10/18/managing-grief-with-kids/https://imperfectdadmd.com/2020/08/10/anxiety-and-kids-ways-to-help-them-manage/Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
Last weekend was Mother's Day, and I HOPE you treated the mother of your children (or your OWN mother) to a wonderful weekend.In our house we typically we let mom sleep in, I cook crepes with nutella, I get the kids ready for the day, we go to church, do brunch, and then mom gets to do whatever she wants the rest of the day while I take care of the kids.  Cards are made, little gifts are provided, and I hope we do enough to show my wife that she is appreciated.After doing all of these things, I could not help but be surprised at hearing the WIDE variety of things dads do (or don't do) for their wife on Mother's Day.  First off, this is NOT a judgement show.  I recognize that everyone treats holidays in different ways and fashions, so don't jump down my throat after listening in.  HOWEVER - I do see this day as a great opportunity to teach our kids how to show our loved ones we care for the.  YES we should show this person our appreciation more than once a year, but it is a great time to model the behaviors you hope your kids will one day portray as well.Listen in as I discuss my thoughts on this.  And I do mention I am recovering - because I am tired.  Essentially soloing parenting all weekend was exhausting.  TONS of props to all of you single parents out there.  You are SAINTS.  I'm going to go take a nap now.  Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
One of the more common questions Pediatricians get asked by parents nowadays is, "What is a good age to buy my kid a smart phone?"I am kidding, actually.  Most kids have the phone already in hand before the question even gets asked. Today our kids are being raised in a technologically diverse world that we could only dream of 30 years ago.  With that advancement comes attachment.  Attachment to devices.  Emails, message boards, video conferences, social media posts - they all coincide with today's world and the expectations brought upon us.  It is hard enough to manage it all as an adult.  How do we expect our kids to do the same?Smart phones have become the main device for the general population in the United States.  Not only does this give your child access to phone calls and texting, but it also introduces them to anything they desire to search for online as well as an ever-growing list of social media apps.  Is any of this healthy for our kids?  Can we counter the smart phone option with much more appropriate devices?Listen in today as I discuss my thoughts on this and let me know what YOU think!Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
Apparently I am really into movie reviews lately and how they relate to parenting. Today's Friday Review is another movie review - this time with the newly released Bad Guys movie.  The premise of the movie seems simple enough - the 5 quintessential bad guys in most story books (Big Bad Wolf, Shark, Tarantula, Piranha, and a Snake) are cast by society as bad guys, so they obviously act bad.  They steal.  They cheat.  And they just don't care. Yet as the movie goes on, we see them "try" to be good.  I won't give the story away here, but it is easy to see how easily swayed the masses are on if someone is "good" or "bad" based on social media posts, hearsay, and general opinion.  What a great message to teach our kids.  Most of our kids will be raised with social media as part of their every day lives, sadly.  They will have to manage understanding what they see online and trying to decide if it is true or not.  They will have to form opinions based on their experiences, and sadly some of those experiences will be in the online world.Listen in today as I discuss this topic and how I think you can BEST approach it with your own children.Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
You may not look at a movie like Guardians of the Galaxy and think, "Hey, I can learn some great parenting tips from that!"  However, that is just what I did this weekend with our kids.Now, some of you may think that allowing our 9 and 5 year old to watch these two movies are a bit out of their age range.  In most situations I would agree with you.  However, I allowed these movies to be a teaching moment for them.  We discussed initially how things would be said by grown ups in the movie and why they shouldn't use those words.  We paused the movie to discuss hard topics, scary scenes, are people dying.  Finally, we laughed together at the insanity that is the Guardians.  After finishing the first movie, our boys BEGGED to watch the 2nd one as well.  I am not usually a two-movies-in-a-row type of parent, but at this moment it made no sense NOT to say yes, so we went for it.  And boy am I glad I did.  The second movie is packed full of great parenting themes between the laughs, foul language, fighting, and good times.  Listen in as I discuss all of this and more in today's episode. Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
On this week's Wednesday episode, I discussed how understanding the negative entities found in the Harry Potter universe can actually improve our roles as parents.  This was due in parent to recently seeing the new Fantastic Beasts movie, which I really enjoyed!So like any normal person, I decided to listen to other people's opinions on the content.  And boy was it NEGATIVE.  Let's be honest - in the online world of YouTube and podcasts, negativity sells.  No one wants to hear how much you liked something.  They want to know EXACTLY why you disliked it or even hated it.  As I listened in to these various reviews, I quickly learned one thing - the reason these people disliked the movie was due to their expectations and wants for that specific film.  How did they want the movie's main storyline to go?  Why didn't they explain that spell?  Why didn't that scene go the way I wanted?  As their "review" continues on, the negativity builds.  Just like the despair that a dementor allows to fester, the writer builds up negativity with more negativity.  However, it is not due to a poor done film.  It is due to PERSONAL expectations not being met.When it comes to parents it is easy to be a negative reviewer.  When we look at how our kids act or what they do, it is simpler to see the negative things rather than the positive.  Listen in this Friday as I discuss my thoughts on this, and ask yourself this simple question - are you the negative reviewed when it comes to your kids, or the positive one?Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
This past weekend I was filled with joy as I was able to see the new Fantastic Beasts Movies in theaters with a good friend of mine.  I had been waiting to see how the movie unfolded and the story continued.  If you have not seen the movies, there is a certain character named Credence who develops a negative entity known is an Obscurus.  This negative entity grows within him because Credence tries to hide from the world what he really is - a wizard being raised by a fanatical anti-magic foster mother.  The more he tries to suppress his magical powers, the more this negative entity grows inside of him, eventually to the point where he can no longer suppress it and it is released to cause mayhem and chaos. The Harry Potter universe is no stranger to negative entities.  In Book 3, Prisoner of Azkaban, we are introduced to dementors.  These are creatures that feed on people's happiness, leaving them only in sadness in despair. So what can we learn from these two negative entities, and how can we apply it to our every day lives are parents and physicians?  Listen in to find out!Remember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com  to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmd
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