Join me as we discuss:
*Listener question of "how do I be a nurturing father."
*How nurturing is extraordinarily masculine.
*3 steps to becoming a nurturing daddy.
Our culture seems to be infatuated with making men out to be bread-winners and tough, but not nurturers.
Nurturing by definition is to help something grow. We want our kids to grow in to successful adults, but often lack the skills on how to nurture our kids.
Then enters the ago-old cliche that nurturing is a woman's job. Horse crap!
Men can be nurturing, caring, emotional, and kind without being sappy. They can still watch ESPN or go hunting without sacrificing the nurturing part of being a daddy. For most of us men we pride ourselves in being efficient, but have you seen a kid without a nurturing daddy? They are often very difficult to raise, and that is very inefficient.
So do yourself a favor today, kick back, listen to this podcast, and learn to parent like a daddy.