#DadChat Thursday, August 9 from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. had @MamaBritt aka Britt Michaelian sharing her secrets for creating daily routines that encourage love, happiness and support in your family. THOSE secrets included simple systems to enhance your life and make it easier and avoid stress. Fabulous tips and info. Here’s the transcript!
Waiting for his name to be called…to the podium…to receive his diploma!
My son graduated from high school this year. In the fall, he’s going to college. For some reason, I did not grasp the significance of his high school graduation during the event itself. Maybe it was the intense crowds and poor organization of it all? Maybe it was the struggles we endured during his early years in high school. Maybe I don’t know what it was?
It was Open Mic at #DadChat Thursday, April 5. I hosted from 10,000 feet at the lodge in the Cariboo Mountain Range. We had a spirited chat about reading women’s minds and what we fight about (in our marriages/relationships). Here’s the transcript.
Last night’s #DadChat was on a pretty serious and heavy subject: God and Abstinence. It was hosted by Pastor Drew Sams aka @SurferDrew, who is a regular guest on my weekly radio show. We had good participation, but not as great as usual, though we still had over 1,000 tweets and just shy of 100 participants, including my friends Sonya aka @Sonya_LeanOnUs from England, and Michael aka @mqtodd, from Japan. My question is: was the topic of abstinance a turn-off? Do people want to avoid the serious discussions? Was having a religious leader scary to some?
We are so honored and pleased to have the inimitable, incomparable, and incredible @AngelaMaiers as this week’s #DadChat co-host, February 8 at 6:00 – 7:00 p.m., PST. Our topic is both #YouMatter and Open Mic for any questions you have for Angela or other things you’d like to discuss.
No one could ever accuse me of being too PC (politically correct). Just read my column on PC lies! I’m always willing to also address the inherent differences between the sexes, in honest and frank ways. Not only do I hate Valentines Day, I hate using the word, “gender” in place of “sex” when referring to men and women. Sometimes I use “gender” just to avoid the letters I’m bound to receive from the PC police, but since I’m taking on Valentine’s Day, I might as well go for it all at once.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Dabney Porte, Britt Michaelian, Andrea Vahl, and Tshaka Armstrong
This is a very special show discussing the importance of parents being completely aware of what their children are doing online. It covers many of the major platforms such as Facebook and Twitter and we offer practical tips and advice for parents that are not tech savvy. This is a must-listen for all parents who have kids who go online…in other word, ALL parents.
You want your kids to relate to you, right? You want to be cool, don’t you? Maybe you should try to relate to them? Novel idea. Do you remember all the DUMB things your parents liked and did? Do you really think you’re any different?