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Dads, Depression, and Anxiety

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When a man is unsure of how to talk about emotions with his children, what should he say? What if he doesn’t want to talk about them with anyone? In this episode, we get raw and deep reflecting on the men most dear to us. How do we raise boys that have the permission and the know-how to connect with others? And how do we help them now become the available and emotionally literate dads of tomorrow?

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Episode Notes

So often the moms assume the role of supporting the family’s health and mental health, but dads have a critical role to play. What is that role? And how do you encourage your partner to step into that role? When a men is unsure of how to talk about emotions with his children, what should he say? What if he doesn’t want to talk about them with anyone?

In this episode, we get raw and deep reflecting on the men most dear to us.
How do we raise boys that have the permission and the know-how to connect with others? And how do we help them now become the available and emotionally literate dads of tomorrow?

Article referenced: Mom, the Designated Worrier

Past Episode discussed: The Anxious Parent: When Its One or Both of You

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  • Carla
    May 25, 2021

    This episode is fantastic and dead on with the need to connect with our fathers. Not only was it helpful with the work my husband is doing to engage and connect with our children it also provided space to reflect on my fathers relationship with my siblings and I. I am curious as to the author of the book Lynn makes reference to “man enough” please advise. Thank you Lynn & Robin for going deep and sharing personal insight.

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