A place for people to share their stories of divorce and how they made it a good divorce from the start, or turned it into a good divorce through the process. Together we can find and live the good in a tough situation. You can find out more on the podcast's page on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheGoodDivorcePodcast.
Tune in to learn more about what it means to be a 21st century Good Dad. Laugh and learn as you listen to soon-to-be dads, brand new dads, over-the-road dads, dads with twins, single parent dads, divorced dads, and many other real-life dads. Don’t expect perfection. Do expect to learn something new and/or be reassured about what you’re already doing. It’s all here on the Good Dads Podcast.
Fred Campos, @FullCustodyDad on Twitter, shares his unique experience of winning a paternity suit and being full custody, of his then 4-year-old daughter. As a non-attorney but a male parent, he shares unique ideas on how to be a better parent and ultimately win a child custody suit. Fred's goal is to help good parents caught in the complicated process of divorce or child custody. This show has parenting and custody tips as well as attorney interviews from state to state.
Kristin hosts a fun and inspiring podcast series featuring enlightening conversations. As a professional actress and storyteller, Kristin also shares spiritual insights with humor and grace. Produced by Green Diva Studio, Good Vibrations with Kristin is a quality half hour spent listening and laughing along with top authors, actors, filmmakers, and wonderful every day folks who share candidly about a broad range of topics, including: parenting, pets, pet psychics, spirituality, healing, marr ...
Join relationship coach Lindsey Ellison twice a month for guidance and inspiration on how to navigate your breakup or divorce. Whether you are newly divorced or single, Lindsey uncovers all the pain points with her refreshing advice and the necessary sense of humor. Topics include: Expert advice on all things divorce and breaking up, dating after divorce, good sex, bad sex, the importance of self-love, setting boundaries, how to find love again, loving toxic partners, as well as Lindsey's ow ...
Dr Baker talks about how certain "life" rules can be helpful to go over with children... like.... sometimes life isn't always fair.
Dr Baker talks about how too many choices for kids can lead to future problems. As a parent you can practice and learn to "offer" choices for children.
All this month we will be talking about privilege and freedom for fathers. There are 3 ways to help children appreciate and understand freedom: choice, sacrifice, and partnership.
Around 90 percent of runaway and homeless youth are from fatherless homes. Children living in a father-absent homes are much more likely to live in poverty than children in single-father or married couple homes.
We talk with Donald Brown, who works in the Prime main office, about getting ready for summer with his family and how he communicates with truckers on the road.
The more contact children have with their dads, the more easily they make open and trusting contact with new people in their lives. Living in a home without a dad correlates more highly than any other factor to suicide among children and teens.
Father involvement in a child's life is at least five times more important in preventing drug use. A father's parenting behaviors and styles are associated with increased rates of child overweight or obesity.
We talk with Matt Hancock, the fitness director at Prime, and Sarah Waterman, the nutritionist at Prime, about how exercise, eating, and community all play a role in your mental health.
Episode 003 - Patrick McMullen.I am a father of 5. 3 of my kids are with my current wife; my other 2 are with my ex-wife. Together, we try to raise our children to survive. It's fun sometimes, it's crazy more times. But we're trying, and I hope everybody else is doing the same. I'm a lawyer, a husband, an ex-husband, and a Dad.Note: Guests create t…
Fathers who are involved in their child's life have a better chance to excel in education. The more years children spend with no or minimal father involvement, the fewer years of school they complete.
Dr. Baker "tackles" mental health. This episode we talk about narcissism. What should we look for people who are narcissistic, is it treatable, and can we surround ourselves with narcissism?
We talk with Kyle Scheele, a speaker, author, and artist, about balancing traveling and being a dad. We also talk to Kyle about his new book, "A Pizza With Everything On It."
We talk with Olaolu Ogunyemi about his new children's book
Episode 002 - Erin Burton.Erin Burton is a 41 year old divorced mother of 2. She lives in West Des Moines and works as an interior designer. Erin has been divorced for about 9 years and spends her time designing, cooking, going on outdoor adventures with her kids and attending sporting events with her ex husband.Note: Guests create their own bio de…
We talk with Rudy Martinez from the Springfield Nature Center.
Episode 001 - Tom Kendrick.Tom Kendrick is a father on a journey with 2 sons. The journey began at Edwards Air Force Base, California, with stops along the way in Claremont, CA, San Antonio, TX, Cedar Rapids, IA, Cincinnati, OH and currently in Waukee, IA. At any of these stops, if you had told him where he was going to be today, he would not have …
This week J and Drew talk to Ralph Duda, from Anything Possible Brands, about all things fishing.
A second preview episode of The Good Divorce Podcast. Guest Suggestions needed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with me on the Facebook page. Also a social media question. This podcast is looking to here all kinds of divorce stories, and encourages listeners and future guests to consider in what ways was their divorce good.26 A…
We talk with Matt Hancock, the fitness director at Prime, and Sarah Waterman, the nutritionist at Prime, about activities drivers and travelers can do while on the road.
"Go outside and play!" We talk with Mary Kromrey, from the Ozark Greenways, and Mike Kromrey, from the Watershed Committee, about how healthy it is to get the family together and enjoy the outdoors!
Dr Baker "tackles" mental health. This episode we talk about the "Perfectionists." Is perfectionism treatable? Is trying to be perfect similar to OCD and control issues?
We talk with Gavin Hollabaugh, a Prime Driver, about how he makes time for his family and how to be the best dad he can be on the road.
"Go Outside and Play," we talk with Ethan Bryan, a writer and a baseball fan, about how he has connected through playing catch and celebrating the game of baseball all over the country.
The preview episode of The Good Divorce Podcast. Learn a little about the host, what this podcast will be, and how to become a guest. This podcast is looking to hear all kinds of divorce stories, and encourages listeners and future guests to consider in what ways was their divorce good.6 Apr 2021Tom Kendrick
Mental health is not always easy to talk about or understand at work, but no matter your gender or your situation there is always a safe place you can communicate with others... Prime For Life.
"Go outside and play!" We talk with Brian Tyndall, the sales manager with Midwest Family Broadcasting, and his wife Diana, from the Springfield Park Board, about getting outside this spring and summer with the family.
Part Two of Drew Dilisio and Brian Mattson, they update us on new additions, sleeping babies, and how the newborns are getting along with the whole family.
Dana Ford, the MSU men's head basketball coach, and his wife Christina talk about newborns entering the household and welcoming new family members.
We talk with Thomas Miller, a Prime driver, about how COVID has affected business and his family while on the road.
What happens when life doesn't go as we planned? Dr Baker talks about how to handle life events that didn't go "our way."
Dr Baker "tackles" mental health. This episode we talk about anxiety. What should we look for, how do we treat it, and what side effects are there when you have anxiety?
Brian Mattson and Drew Disilio are new dads sharing their experiences about waking up at night and lack of sleep.
We talk with Daniel Skidmore, a Prime driver, about recently having twins and now having 3 kids under the age of 3 in the house.
Nathan McCartney, from Artic Food Equipment, shares how he followed in his parent's footsteps with the family business.
Gary Whitaker and Logan Aguirre, from 417 Magazine, share how they have evolved the family business.
We talk with Anthony and Heidi, husband and wife who drive for Prime, about how COVID has affected them and how they handle driving together.
We sit down with Michael Vaughn, Alex Green, and Geoff Hudson to talk about their experiences with pre-teen children.
We talk with Dennis Davis, a Safety Supervisor with Prime, about how COVID has affected people and how Prime takes care of their drivers.
We sit down with Lisa, Nina, and Teresa, all council members for the New Pathways Program, about how they got involved and how other moms and women can get involved.
We sit down with Amanda, Sally, and Janice, all facilitators for the New Pathways Program, about how they got involved and how other moms and women can get involved.
We sit down with Crystal Reynolds Roberts and Lara Fors, both on the Board of Directors, about how they got involved and how other moms and women can get involved.
We sit down with Rhonda Andersen to talk about her involvement with Good Dads and how other Moms and women can get involved.
We go into the archives to talk about "Values."
John Ogren, a former radio DJ, talks about being on the road as a dad and how he started driving for Prime.
We reach into the archives to bring you "Memories and Tradition" around the holidays.
In this episode, I interview Board Certified Therapist Robert Jackman, author of Healing Your Lost Inner Child. When you're having an emotional response, your 5-year-old self may be protecting. That child may be waiting for a trigger to appear. As a responsible adult, you may be trying to figure out why you reacted as you did. In this fascinating c…
We sit down with Melissa, Amy, and Cheryl Briggs from Derma Health to discuss a difficult Christmas in 2015 and how their family has dealt with the loss of a husband and a dad.
Nathan McCartney, from Artic Food Equipment, shares a difficult "Christmas Story" of being away from his new bride for their first Christmas.
We talk with Mark Snider who drives trucks for Prime. He also does a podcast about cigars with his son and shares his love for cigars with us!
What is it you really want your kids to remember about Christmas? Consider some options to make the season more memorable and less about a list for Santa.