Instead of outright advice, sometimes dads model the behavior that we need the most. The Good Men Project video series “Let’s Ask Dad” seeks to glean all the best advice from these dads and from theirs.
Our panel of writers and dads Will Klein, Admond Fong, Asif Ahmed, Jared Mercier, Kyle Lawrence, and Thomas Olona assess the behavior, sage wisdom, and lives of their own fathers. What we get is an interesting mix of
What we get is an interesting mix of dads whose own fathers showed them how to live and work without explicitly “giving advice” but rather by showing them how to forgive, love, work, build, and be there for the daily lives of their children.
In this video series, The Good Men Project‘s Ken Goldstein interviewed seven dads across a spectrum of different backgrounds. They were different ages, their children were different ages–some had one child, some had several. They came from different backgrounds, income levels, commitments to faith, and hopes for the future.
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