Happy Father's Day to all our new and expecting dads! In this episode, an all-dad panel talk about things they have learned during their baby's first year- and what they WISH they knew without having to experience it firsthand!
You had sex to make a baby, but now the thought of having it seems more disturbing than changing your toddler’s dirty diaper. How do you make sex a priority in your relationship?
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Let's face it- sex is different when you're pregnant. Your body is going through many changes and you may feel more or less sexual depending on your situation. How do you handle sex and pregnancy with your partner? Plus, a candid conversation about how you can make sex more enjoyable.
You had sex to make a baby, but now the thought of having it seems more disturbing than changing your toddler's dirty diaper. How do you make sex a priority in your relationship?
The pregnancy is over, and now you have a newborn at home. How do you adjust to your new role as a dad? What are the most common concerns amongst first-time dads and how can you overcome them? It's a special episode featuring only "new dads" as panelists.
What should you do when you disagree with your partner's decision? How do respectfully make your opinions known? And how do you do all this without giving your child the upper hand?
It's hard to keep the flames of passion alive in your marriage when the bulk of your day is dealing with spit-up and poopy diapers. With less and less time, how can you make more time for your partner? We've got some great tips for spicing up your relationship with your special Valentine!
What are the common stressors that trigger how we interact with other people? How can we communicate our feelings in a healthy and constructive way without creating distance? And what are some ways we can create reasonable expectations so our relationships can thrive?
We know breastfeeding is a great way to bond with your baby, but what about dads and partners who aren’t actually feeding the baby? What can they do to help bond with their babies in their own ways? We're turning the show over to dads so they can share their personal experience.
Moms aren't the only ones who struggle with postpartum depression. How would you know if you're a "sad dad"? What type of dads are impacted the most? And what are the best ways to overcome it?
Our all-dad panel discuss what pregnancy is like from the partner's point-of-view. Also, what can you do to better bond with the baby and be supportive during labor and delivery?