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The Power of Words and “Because I said so”

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 The Championship Fathering blog by Brock Griffin   I have some thoughts on that as I step in for Carey…
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Ask Carey Video: When You Didn’t Have a Positive Fathering Example

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The Championship Fathering blog by Carey Casey   This is the first of a new video series we’re starting here…
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10 Tips for Talking to Your Son About Girls

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  You remember being at that age dad, girls are definitely the hot topic. Make sure you’re the one having…
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Ways to Stay Positive Through Discouragement

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The Championship Fathering blog by Carey Casey   Over the past few weeks, we have sent out emails and letters…
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Just Get Out of the Comfort Zone. Just Be DAD.

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A Key to Connecting with Your Kids by Michael French   Remember the song “Danger Zone” from the movie Top…
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How to Use Milestones to Affirm Your Child

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The Championship Fathering blog by Carey Casey   Sometime soon one of your children will reach a milestone in his…
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Just Let Your Kids Hop on Pop. Just Be DAD.

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8 Lessons for Fathers from Dr. Seuss by Michelle Watson, PhD, LPC   As we all know, in just about…
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Building Teamwork in Your Family

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  You may have your favorite sports team, and it may be pretty important to you that they make it…
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How to Make the Most of Teachable Moments

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The Championship Fathering blog by Carey Casey   Parents seem to talk a lot about teachable moments—using situations that come…
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4 Thoughts for When You’re Fed Up As a Dad …

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The Championship Fathering blog by Carey Casey   What if a dad doesn’t want to be a dad? A while…
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