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Come Discuss the Future of Fatherhood

John Badalement talks about The Modern Dad's DilemmaThough we typically talk about moms in this space, we have the opportunity to take part in a very interesting discussion about dads. We're at a point where traditional family roles are changing, and modern dads have an unprecedented opportunity to redefine a more involved and healthier version of fatherhood for generations to come. And moms can have a tremendous influence on how this next chapter of fatherhood plays out.

The chances of a dad succeeding at being highly involved in his kids’ lives are much better if his wife, partner, or co-parent is behind the mission. In this inspiring interview and discusion, John Badalament, author of The Modern Dad’s Dilemma, will offer practical advice for how Moms can support men in being the best Dads they can be.

Invite your husband or partner, and take part in a discussion that can help improve your family’s day-to-day interactions and influence the next chapter of fatherhood.

This webinar is free, but you need to register to get your log-in or call in information. Sign Up Now! And even if you can't join us live you'll want to register so we can send you a recording of the presentation! Recordings are also archived on the Mom Invented Community site.

Event Details

The Modern Dad’s Dilemma
June 10, 2010
Time: 10 a.m. Pacific / 1 p.m. Eastern

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The Modern Dad's DilemmaAbout John Badalament

John Badalament, EdM, is a Harvard-trained educator, leading expert on fatherhood, and the author of The Modern Dad’s Dilemma. He is also the director of the acclaimed PBS documentary All Men Are Sons: Exploring the Legacy of Fatherhood. His work has been featured in the New York Times and other publications.

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