People are often amazed by just how close my sisters and I are to my dad. Our mom passed away when we were teenagers, so Dad planned our weddings, comes to help us after we have babies, and talks to us frequently about our lives.
I truly believe that the small but meaningful ways my dad bonded with us when we were young made all the difference when we lost our mom; we already had a solid relationship with him that has since blossomed into something truly beautiful and unique.
If you want a rock solid, life-long bond with your children, here are three easy ways that I learned from my dad:
<li>Play with them. Rely on small but consistent & memorable traditions.</li>
<li>Talk with them. Show them you welcome and can handle their questions, and schedule regular times to check-in.</li>
<li>Feel with them. Sit with them in their disappointments and their fears without trying to fix it.</li>
I have teamed up with one of my dear friends, Monica Packer, who is the host of <a href=”https://aboutprogress.com/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>About Progress</a> to launch Podcast University. It is an online school for all things podcasting, and we want to help you start or grow a podcast! Our first course <a href=”https://podcastuniversity.mykajabi.com/podcasting-101-course” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Podcasting 101 </a> is open for enrollment through the end of June. You can also take part in one of our FREE classes this month: <a href=”http://aboutprogress.com/freeclass/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>3 Things You Must Know Before You Start a Podcast</a>.
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