Author, Podcaster, and Community Organizer Mike Dorsey talks about his book, Dynamic Black Fatherhood Manifesto. We talk about Mike’s motivation to create a community for active and engaged black fathers and the impact of his work within and outside the black community.
Modern Dads Podcast by City Dads Group
The Modern Dads Podcast helps the world keep up with the ever-evolving definition of a “good father.” Mental Floss, Good Housekeeping and The Washington Post are just a few of the publications that have put us on their must-listen-to parenting podcast lists.
Each parenting podcast episode discusses issues today’s fathers face navigating work, parenthood, relationships and play. We share stories of dads who are active and engaged in the decisions, the drudgery, and the pains and the joys of parenthood. Our parenting podcast not only brings modern dads into the conversation, but also – regardless of gender – our spouses and partners, friends and colleagues, and leaders in business, entertainment and media.
The Modern Dads Podcast is produced by City Dads Group and Krosstown Studios with contributions from City Dads Group members nationwide.
Author Brett Grayson talks about his new book, What Could Go Wrong?: My Mostly Comedic Journey Through Marriage, Parenting and Depression. He discusses his effort to bring humor to stories related to his own mental health and why he thinks it is important to be open and honest about the darker moments of parenting and marriage.
Author Clint Edwards discusses his new book, I’m Sorry—Love, Your Husband, a collection of humorous and heartfelt apologies written from his viewpoint as husband and father. Impacted by the absence of his own father, Edwards confronts his own lack of a role model through honesty, trial, and error.
City Dads Group Contributor Whit Honea speaks with former Disney Interactive Editor In Chief Catherine Connors about her new startup, Maverick, a video and photo-driven social network geared for tween and teen girls that encourages and rewards creativity, authenticity, and support.
We’re noticing that parents, especially parents of young children, are unhappy. We all desperately want to enjoy this time with our children, but it is easy to get bogged down in late night feedings, pre-school admissions, trying to get our kids to eat a vegetable, or worrying about our kids’ addiction to Fortnite. We’re tackling the issue head-on with former New York Times Motherlode Editor, KJ Dell’Antonia, as we talk about her new book, How to be a Happier Parent: Raising a Family, Having a Life, and Loving (Almost) Every Minute.