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The Dad Edge Podcast is a movement. It is a strong community of Fathers who all share a set of values.

Larry Hagner, founder of The Dad Edge, breaks down common challenges of fatherhood, making them easy to understand and overcome. Tackling the world of Fatherhood can be a daunting task when we try to do it alone.

The mission of The Dad Edge Podcast is to help you become the best, strongest, and happiest version of yourself so that you can help guide your kids to the best version of themselves. Simple as that.

Everything you need and all of our resources can be found at thedadedge.com/podcast
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Dan Doty is the founder of Fatherhood Unlocked and Fatherhood Ready, as well as the men's work organization EVRYMAN. He is a leader in men's personal development and fatherhood education, and his background includes wilderness therapy, teaching, and producing the hit show MeatEater. A three-time guest on the Joe Rogan Experience, he has been featured in major media outlets. Dan Doty is a writer, wilderness guide, and meditation teacher who speaks globally on masculinity and fatherhood. Today, Dan Doty shares his personal journey and invaluable lessons learned in fatherhood. He recounts a transformative men's retreat he attended with his own father, which led to an emotional breakthrough and a deeper understanding of their relationship. This experience highlights the importance of vulnerability and open communication in strengthening familial bonds, serving as a powerful example of how addressing unspoken emotions can heal and enrich father-son relationships. The conversation explores the unique challenges and joys of parenting both sons and daughters. He emphasizes the importance of being emotionally available and present for all children, regardless of gender. Dan and Larry also delve into the broader implications of emotional intelligence in fatherhood, discussing how societal norms have often limited men's emotional expression. They offer practical advice for fathers looking to develop their emotional skills, connect more deeply with their children, and create a supportive family environment where emotions are acknowledged and valued. www.thedadedge.com/484 www.thedadedge.com/alliance www.dandoty.com www.fatherhoodready.com www.fatherhoodunlocked.com  
Darius Foroux is an investor, entrepreneur, blogger, podcast host, and writer in the personal development and personal finance space. He is an author and creator of 8 online courses and books focusing on productivity, Stoicism, and wealth building. He has over 281,000 Medium subscribers, 140,000 email newsletter subscribers, and his blog posts have been read by 30 million individual visitors. His work has appeared in TIME, NBC, Fast Company, The Economist, Vox, Inc., Observer, and many more publications​. Today, Darius Foroux shares his personal journey, including his upbringing in a tight-knit family that valued togetherness and mutual support. He reflects on the lessons learned from his parents, particularly the emphasis on family unity and the importance of prioritizing the group over individual desires. This foundation, he explains, has been crucial in shaping his approach to life and finances. The conversation then shifts to the core of Darius Foroux's book, where he outlines how Stoicism can help us build wealth. He discusses the significance of managing emotions, maintaining a long-term perspective, and focusing on what we can control—our skills and habits. Darius emphasizes the importance of investing in oneself, not just financially but also in terms of personal development and building a strong network. He also shares his own investment strategy, which involves consistently investing in the S&P 500 index fund, and how this approach aligns with Stoic principles by promoting patience and discipline. Finally, Darius Foroux and Larry touch on the concept of accepting loss and the dangers of greed. Darius explains that by adopting a mindset that prioritizes contentment over the relentless pursuit of more, we can achieve greater happiness and stability. This episode is packed with valuable insights and practical advice for anyone looking to navigate the complexities of financial markets with a Stoic edge. Whether you're a seasoned investor or just starting out, the lessons shared in this episode will help you build a solid foundation for enduring prosperity. www.thedadedge.com/friday165 The Stoic Path to Wealth Book | Instagram www.dariusforoux.com  
In this episode, Larry Hagner shines a light on the incredible members of the Dad Edge Mastermind community. This special "WINSday" edition is all about celebrating our members' successes and sharing the valuable lessons they've learned on their journey to becoming better dads. Listen as members share their stories, highlight their biggest wins, and offer practical tips that have helped them achieve work-life balance, navigate tough emotions, and build stronger relationships with their kids. This episode is packed with real-life experiences and actionable insights that will inspire you to level up your own fatherhood game. Sit back, tune in, and get ready to be motivated by the remarkable guests of the Dad Edge community. www.thedadedge.com/alliance
Bear Rinehart is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist who is a founding member and lead singer of the rock band, Needtobreathe. In 2019, he announced the launch of a solo career under the name Wilder Woods. His debut solo album was released on Atlantic Records in August 2019. Today, Bear Rinehart shares his journey through fatherhood, reflecting on the challenges he faced during his childhood and the lessons he's learned along the way. With a career spanning over two decades, Bear Rinehart discusses balancing life on the road with his responsibilities as a husband and father to three boys. Bear Rinehart delves into the inspiration behind Need to Breathe's latest album, "Caves," and the song "Fall On Me," which touches on themes of fatherhood and unconditional love. He recounts the emotional experience of dropping his eldest son off at kindergarten and the realization that life is full of challenges. Bear also emphasizes the importance of creating a safe space for his children to share without fear of judgment, a philosophy that extends to his marriage and his approach to dealing with anxiety. The conversation also explores Bear Rinehart's tough childhood, including his experiences with bullying and being a preacher's kid in a small town. He shares how these experiences shaped his worldview and approach to parenting, highlighting the importance of listening to his children and recognizing their individual needs. Bear discusses encouraging his boys to pursue their passions, the significance of ownership and accountability, and how his spiritual journey influences his approach to fatherhood and his career. www.thedadedge.com/483 www.thedadedge.com/alliance www.needtobreathe.com Instagram | Facebook | TikTok | X | YouTube | Spotify | Apple Music
Jesi Stracham is the founder of Wheel With Me Foundation and co-developer of the Wheel With Me Adapt Fit app, designed to support the independence and fitness of wheelchair users. After a motorcycle accident in 2015 resulted in a spinal cord injury, Jesi turned her experience into a platform for motivation and empowerment, and set on a mission to inspire the world to live life to its fullest. She also co-owns Freedom Longevity & Wellness LKN in Lake Norman, North Carolina. Today, Jesse Stracham shares her journey from a tumultuous childhood to becoming a beacon of resilience and empowerment. Despite not being a dad, Jesse's story resonates deeply with themes of accountability, personal growth, and the relentless pursuit of one's best self. She opens up about growing up in a family involved in the trucking industry and the lack of guidance that led her to make precarious choices as a teenager. Her life took a dramatic turn when she was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident, forcing her to confront her vulnerabilities and redefine her sense of self. Jesse's candid recounting of her struggles with physical limitations, mental health, and the journey to regain her independence is both heart-wrenching and inspiring. She discusses her transformation through fitness and nutrition, highlighting the power of proper diet and exercise in managing her condition. Her involvement with Adaptive CrossFit, the impact of the 75 Hard program, and her advocacy for better nutritional awareness underscore her insights into the importance of mental resilience, personal accountability, and the role of faith in her recovery. www.thedadedge.com/friday164 www.1stphorm.com/dadedge www.thedadedge.com/alliance   Jesi Stracham
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In this episode, Larry Hagner shines a light on the incredible members of the Dad Edge Mastermind community. This special "WINSday" edition is all about celebrating our members' successes and sharing the valuable lessons they've learned on their journey to becoming better dads. Listen as members share their stories, highlight their biggest wins, and offer practical tips that have helped them achieve work-life balance, navigate tough emotions, and build stronger relationships with their kids. This episode is packed with real-life experiences and actionable insights that will inspire you to level up your own fatherhood game. Sit back, tune in, and get ready to be motivated by the remarkable guests of the Dad Edge community. www.thedadedge.com/alliance
Dr. Meg Meeker is a dynamic and inspirational advocate for father-inclusive parenting, with over 30 years of experience as a practicing pediatrician. She is an international speaker, bestselling author of "Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters," and the host of the popular podcast "Parenting Great Kids”. She has built a social media community of 700k+ followers and regularly contributes to discussions on pediatric health and child-parent relationships. Today, Dr. Meg Meeker delves into the societal challenges fathers face today, addressing negative stereotypes perpetuated by media and cultural narratives. She discusses the impact of these stereotypes on fathers and their children, advocating for a balanced view of fatherhood. Dr. Meg Meeker also provides practical advice, outlining the four key needs of children from their dads: Affection, Attention, Affirmation, and Acceptance. The episode also explores the dynamics of marital relationships and effective communication between spouses. Dr. Meeker shares insights on how wives can empower their husbands and avoid undermining them, fostering a supportive partnership. The discussion includes the impact of social media on children's mental health and how fathers can set healthy boundaries to protect their well-being. www.thedadedge.com/482 www.thedadedge.com/bark Instagram | Facebook | X | YouTube www.linktr.ee/meekerparenting www.meekerparenting.com  
Stephan Friedrich is the founder of Knightlamp Consulting and Psychology, and is one of Australia's leading proponents of trauma-informed behavior support. His career spans over 30 years of work with young people with severe behavior in Australia and has included children in the foster care and juvenile justice systems. He has assisted thousands of parents, foster carers and teachers in understanding and improving extremely challenging behaviors caused by early childhood adversity and infant trauma. Today, Stephen Friedrich shares his journey of migrating from Colombia to Australia at a young age, highlighting the contrast between his unstable early life and the safety he found in his new home. He discusses how early experiences shape resilience and independence, explaining the impact of developmental trauma on a child's physiological and psychological development. Larry then shares his own experiences with childhood trauma, and Stephen provides feedback on the importance of early positive influences and supportive relationships. He discusses the concept of intergenerational trauma and the need for fathers to address their trauma to prevent passing it on to their children. The episode concludes with advice for fathers on seeking help and creating a supportive environment for their children, emphasizing that healing and resilience are possible with the right support and self-awareness. www.thedadedge.com/friday163 www.knightlamp.org www.facebook.com/Knightlamp Use Code “DADEDGE" for 30% DISCOUNT to Trauma Informed Behaviour Support Course here 👉 www.knightlamp-institute.teachable.com
In this episode, Larry Hagner shines a light on the incredible members of the Dad Edge Mastermind community. This special "WINSday" edition is all about celebrating our members' successes and sharing the valuable lessons they've learned on their journey to becoming better dads. Listen as members share their stories, highlight their biggest wins, and offer practical tips that have helped them achieve work-life balance, navigate tough emotions, and build stronger relationships with their kids. This episode is packed with real-life experiences and actionable insights that will inspire you to level up your own fatherhood game. Sit back, tune in, and get ready to be motivated by the remarkable guests of the Dad Edge community. www.thedadedge.com/alliance
Justin Walker is a devoted Christian, husband, and father. He married his wife at the age of 24, having been together since they were 17. He retired from the Phoenix Police Department, where he dedicated much of his career to serving on the SWAT team. He is now also the proud owner of MilMak Blades and Copper State Knife Company, and he actively mentors other men and business owners. Today, Justin opens up about his journey to becoming a more patient father, emphasizing the significance of listening to his children and supporting their interests without immediately jumping to solutions. He discusses how visualizing the desired long-term outcomes for his family helps him stay focused and patient in the moment. Justin also delves into his faith journey, revealing how the loss of his father and his experiences in law enforcement initially pushed him away from faith. However, through the influence of his daughter and a supportive church community, he found his way back and embraced Christianity. He shares how his faith now plays a crucial role in his daily interactions with his family, guiding him to treat others with kindness and understanding. The conversation shifts to Justin's relationship with his wife, whom he has known since they were teenagers. He highlights the importance of open communication and the practice of "calling each other forward" to foster growth and understanding in their marriage. Justin's approach to parenting his teenage daughter and pre-teen son is also discussed, focusing on meeting them where they are and preparing them for the challenges of life. www.thedadedge.com/481 Man Minutes Podcast www.milmakblades.com @milmakaz | @milmakblades | @copperstateknifecompany
Shana James is a relationship coach with over 20 years of experience, specializing in building trust and passion in relationships. She holds a Master's in Psychology, certifications in DISC and Positive Intelligence, and hosts the Man Alive Podcast with 270+ episodes and more than 1/2 million downloads. She also has a TEDx Talk, 'What 1000 Men's Tears Reveal About the Crisis Between Men and Women', and authored the books "Honest Sex" and "Power and Pleasure”. Today, Shannon James and Larry Hagner discuss the importance of communication, vulnerability, and connection in relationships. They delve into the dynamics of male-female interactions, exploring the need for understanding and empathy in fostering intimacy. The conversation touches on the challenges couples face in maintaining a strong connection amidst the demands of daily life. Shannon emphasizes the significance of mature communication and self-awareness in nurturing a healthy relationship. She shares insights on how men can lead conversations with their partners, focusing on curiosity, empathy, and a willingness to understand each other's needs. Listeners are encouraged to approach relationships as a growth practice, viewing challenges as opportunities for personal development and deeper connection. Shannon's expertise in coaching and relationship dynamics provides valuable insights for individuals seeking to enhance their communication skills and strengthen their bonds with their partners. www.thedadedge.com/friday162 www.shanajamescoaching.com/3ways  
In this episode, Larry Hagner shines a light on the incredible members of the Dad Edge Mastermind community. This special "WINSday" edition is all about celebrating our members' successes and sharing the valuable lessons they've learned on their journey to becoming better dads. Listen as members share their stories, highlight their biggest wins, and offer practical tips that have helped them achieve work-life balance, navigate tough emotions, and build stronger relationships with their kids. This episode is packed with real-life experiences and actionable insights that will inspire you to level up your own fatherhood game. Sit back, tune in, and get ready to be motivated by the remarkable guests of the Dad Edge community. www.thedadedge.com/alliance
Kristina Kuzmic is a motivational speaker, comedian, and author celebrated for her relatable and humorous take on parenting and life. Through her viral videos and social media presence, she shares candid and uplifting messages, encouraging people to embrace their imperfections and find joy in everyday chaos. Today, Kristina delves into the struggles she faced when her son began experiencing mental health issues, including depression and suicidal ideation. She candidly discusses the initial reactions of fear and control that she grappled with as a parent, highlighting the shift towards connection and curiosity as a more effective approach to supporting her child. Through her book, "I Can Fix This: And Other Lies I've Told Myself While Parenting My Struggling Child," Kristina emphasizes the importance of vulnerability, open communication, and standing in awe of her son's story. She shares valuable insights on overcoming shame and guilt as a parent, ultimately fostering a deeper connection with her child and promoting mental health awareness. Kristina's story serves as a powerful reminder of the transformative impact of approaching parenting with empathy, understanding, and a willingness to learn from our children's experiences. Her journey highlights the importance of breaking the stigma surrounding mental health struggles and fostering a supportive environment for families facing similar challenges. www.thedadedge.com/480 www.thedadedge.com/bark www.instagram.com/kristinakuzmic www.kristinakuzmic.com  
Joey Odom is a dynamic leader and a natural storyteller known for his ability to inspire and foster deep connections with others. His own experience with technology as a husband and dad led Joey to help create Aro alongside co-founder Heath Wilson, a platform that helps families put down their phones and engage in real life. Joey also hosts The Aro Podcast, which is a weekly conversation with leaders and influencers who strive to live intentionally. Today, Joey shares personal stories about his journey as a father, emphasizing the importance of being fully present with his children amidst distractions like smartphones. He discusses the concept of "Aro," which means to notice or turn towards in Maori, and highlights how eye contact and presence can positively impact family dynamics. Joey and Larry also address the challenges parents face in the digital age and offer practical tips for incorporating "Aro time" into daily routines. They encourage listeners to prioritize connection over distractions, showcasing how simple actions like putting down your phone can lead to deeper, more meaningful family relationships. -------------------------------------------- Aro is providing a special deal for your families to finally have fun while reducing your screen time!  Head over to 🔗 www.thedadedge.com/aro and use coupon code: DADEDGE when you sign up for Aro.  If you sign up for a year, you will enjoy one month for free. By signing up for 2 years, you will enjoy 3 months for free.  Larry loves this product and has been using it since January 2024. He has logged over 240 hours of NO PHONE in 5 months! -------------------------------------------- www.thedadedge.com/friday161 www.thedadedge.com/aro www.linkedin.com/in/joeyodom      
Larry Hagner hosts members of the Dad Edge Mastermind in this behind-the-scenes episode. This is an opportunity for members to ask Larry and the community their most pressing questions and get tailored insights from experienced dads. From work-life balance to dealing with tough emotions and building stronger relationships with our kids, this episode is packed with actionable insights and practical strategies to help you become the best dad you can be.  Sit back, listen in and get ready to level up your fatherhood game. 
Thomas DeLauer is a renowned health and fitness expert known for his expertise in nutrition, intermittent fasting, and high-performance training. As a coach, author, and popular YouTube personality, Thomas provides practical advice and transformative strategies to help individuals achieve optimal health and peak physical performance. His approach combines scientific insights with real-world application, making wellness accessible and achievable for everyone. Today, Thomas DeLauer discusses the importance of work ethic, control, and exercise in his life, highlighting how running served as a coping mechanism during difficult times. Thomas also delves into his relationship with his father and the impact it had on his perspective on fatherhood. He opens up about his struggles with weight gain and type 2 diabetes, emphasizing the pivotal moment that led him to make a change in his lifestyle. He details his daily routine, including fasting, exercise, and the benefits of incorporating apple cider vinegar and lemon into his diet. Thomas explains the science behind fasting, autophagy, and the gut benefits of giving the digestive system a break. Moreover, Thomas addresses common misconceptions about fasting and encourages listeners to consider the mental aspect of fasting. He emphasizes the adaptability of the human body and the importance of challenging oneself to go without food for extended periods. Thomas provides practical tips for incorporating fasting into a daily routine and highlights the mental and physical benefits that come with embracing intermittent fasting. www.thedadedge.com/479 www.thomasdelauer.com/about-me www.thedadedge.com/alliance www.1stphorm.com/dadedge  
Brad Nelson is the founder of Debt Free Dad. As a dedicated single father, Brad is passionate about empowering everyday people to take control of their finances and achieve a happier, less stressful life. Through The Debt Free Dad Podcast and his online course, Roots of Personal Finance, Brad provides practical financial advice and support. Today, Brad Nelson shares insights into the common struggles couples face with money and how women are increasingly taking charge of financial responsibilities in households. The conversation highlights the role of budgeting and saving as essential components of financial stability. He also emphasizes the need for a deep-rooted desire to change and set clear short-term and long-term financial goals. He also discusses the challenges people face in giving up certain expenses, such as high car payments and excessive spending on dining out, which can hinder financial progress. Moreover, Brad Nelson shares personal experiences of overcoming financial hardships, including losing a home in foreclosure and navigating through family health challenges. He emphasizes the importance of having a budget, setting financial goals, and making short-term sacrifices to achieve long-term financial freedom. The episode concludes with a discussion on teaching children about financial responsibility and seizing teachable moments to instill positive money habits within the family. www.thedadedge.com/friday160 www.debtfreedad.com www.tiktok.com/@debt_free_dad www.youtube.com/@bradnelson-debtfreedad2751/featured  
Larry Hagner hosts members of the Dad Edge Mastermind in this behind-the-scenes episode. This is an opportunity for members to ask Larry and the community their most pressing questions and get tailored insights from experienced dads. From work-life balance to dealing with tough emotions and building stronger relationships with our kids, this episode is packed with actionable insights and practical strategies to help you become the best dad you can be.  Sit back, listen in and get ready to level up your fatherhood game. www.thedadedge.com/alliance www.thedadedge.com/spirit
Dr. John Delony is a mental health expert, national best-selling author, and host of "The Dr. John Delony Show." With two PhDs and over two decades of experience in counseling, crisis response, and higher education, he offers practical advice on mental health and wellness. At Ramsey Solutions, Dr. John Delony empowers individuals to navigate life's challenges, focusing on personal growth and trauma recovery. Dr. John Deloney shares his insights on the importance of connection, the impact of financial debt on mental health, and the significance of emotional regulation in relationships. He emphasizes the need to cultivate genuine connections and prioritize emotional well-being over material success. He also delves into the concept of "enough" and how our society's constant pursuit of more can lead to anxiety and stress. He highlights the importance of building a legacy based on emotional connection and authenticity rather than material wealth. Dr. Deloney also discusses the physiological signals our bodies give us when we are not feeling safe and the importance of listening to these cues for overall well-being. Throughout the episode, Dr. Deloney shares personal anecdotes and experiences that underscore the importance of prioritizing emotional health and meaningful relationships. His message resonates with the idea that true fulfillment comes from genuine connections and emotional well-being rather than external achievements or material possessions. www.thedadedge.com/478 www.thedadedge.com/spirit www.johndelony.com www.instagram.com/johndelony www.ramseysolutions.com/personal-growth/what-is-trauma/resources www.ramseysolutions.com/john-delony https://ter.li/0ruz0z  
Morris Brown is a director, composer, graphic designer, technical trainer, instructional designer, accomplished artist, revered UCLA educator, and author of the “Hang'n with the Girl's” book series. Today, Morris Brown shares his journey from being a college football star to becoming a prolific writer and a loving "girl dad." He discusses the profound influence his father had on him, teaching him the importance of kindness and resilience in the face of adversity. Morris's calm demeanor and thoughtful approach to life are evident as he recounts his experiences and the lessons he's learned along the way. Morris talks about his unique approach to parenting, which includes writing 21 books inspired by his adventures with his daughters. He explains how the COVID-19 pandemic provided him the opportunity to finally put pen to paper and document the cherished moments he shared with his girls. His books, which started as an 800-page manuscript, were eventually divided into 11 smaller, more manageable volumes, with 10 more in the works. These stories not only serve as a gift to his daughters but also as an inspiration to other parents. The conversation also delves into Morris Brown's diverse background, including his time as a college professor, a television director, and a composer. He shares anecdotes from his life, such as his near-miss with an NFL career and his unexpected friendship with a homeless man who attacked his car. Throughout the episode, Morris emphasizes the importance of being present and engaged with his children, advocating for a balanced approach to handling life's stresses while maintaining a loving and supportive family environment. www.thedadedge.com/friday159 www.thedadedge.com/spirit www.ihangwiththegirls.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/morris-brown-234b8b11  
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Jonathan Roseland

Prepping to be a father ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I hope to become a father next year so I thought I'd switch up some of my podcast listening and gave this a shot. I've found the marriage and relationship related episodes very helpful. Larry's recent solo episodes are well-worth listening to. I appreciate that it's not interrupted with A LOT of mid-roll ads!

Oct 24th
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lisa kurtz

hmm, maybe this episode was a poor choice to start with.... I'm a wife and picked this episode to try to understand the challenges men have with connecting with their wives. seemed like a lot of fluff (and some dead air)... just a long advert for the club. not impressed.

Jun 16th
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Michelle Leathers

I wish there was a podcast like this for women

Mar 18th
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Curtis Smith

What an incredibly deep and accurate look at many issues that I (and I'm sure many men) face. And even more importantly, a deluge of insanely perfect ways to improve my life! ...and I'm only 3/4 done the episode... can't wait for the rest of the show! Highly recommend to any father... or son.

Jun 11th
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Daniel Rowell

Nice brother good info

Aug 8th
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Ryan Rust

This is exactly what I needed to hear today

Jul 24th
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Dustin Hendricks

Really enjoyed this podcast. I have just found this channel and started listening. I have a child with some anxiety and this has really helped

Jul 1st
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Eric

Another great episode! I have teens boys and have been thinking of ways to bring practical math or business situations to them. Abeka Comsumer Math was one avenue to assist with financial knowledge for the real world.

May 31st
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Christopher Walk

The Dad Edge Podcast is an amazing podcast. Each week Larry brings a variety of content, from big names to a Q&A to interviews with fathers like you had me who are doing the work to change their lives. For me, this podcast combined with the online community that Larry has established has been a huge catalyst for my growth as a man, husband, and father. If you're looking to be better in those areas, Larry's podcast is a great place to start.

May 15th
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barajas606

This podcast changed my life. without doubt listening to this show and getting involved with the online content has done more for my parenting and relationship skills than I could have imagined. The guest are top notch and Larry does a great job of asking questions that we all want and need answered. I could not recommend this podcast enough.

May 15th
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Nik Berry

not labeled or stated but is roughly episode 108

Feb 4th
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Nik Berry

not labeled as such but is number 87

Feb 4th
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Nik Berry

not labeled as such but is number 49

Feb 4th
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Hammer Down

Question. In this episode, Dr. Corey mentions "leading" your spouse and family. He uses an example, something like, When she asks 'Where do you want to go for dinner?'...HAVE AN ANSWER. My question is...When you give an answer and lead, why is there a discussion? Example...No, not Italian! I'm not in the mood for Italian. What's the point of leading and making a decision if its constantly up for debate? What am I missing?

Jan 21st
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Chris Rice

I can relate to this guy this how my dad is too

Jan 7th
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Leon Horton

This episode is true to heart... my dad commited suicide oved 20 years ago and myself I tried twice recently as of last week.

Oct 17th
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Chris Rice

what's the fb group??

Oct 4th
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June Drehpehs

Hey just heard my first Dad's Edge Podcast ... I am very impressed, and I would definitely like to link up with your guest on the Sex Addiction episode. This is a unique way of conversing dark issues that plague most men. Please keep up the great work, you don't know how many random lives you are touching.

Sep 6th
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Jonathan Vanderwarf

beta male!

Sep 6th
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Brian Williams

I really want to listen to this episode but I open it and it just shuts it down. Any suggestions?

Aug 23rd
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