What age can you have “adult” conversations with your kids?
This episode is sponsored by the book “Ten Tips On How To Survive Your Parent’s Divorce.” Do you know of a child who is to young for them to express themselves? This coloring book can possibly help them. This book was actually written by two kid authors: Becca and Connor. Their own expense of divorce can help other kids because again this book was written by kids.
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This podcast episode was not complete and what that means is that due to the weather I stopped recording but there are one or two points to consider as you hopefully listen.
Here is the link to the article I spoke of during the brief time you and I will be together:
What conversations can we have with our kids and when do you feel that there are ones that need to be talked about at an early stage in your kids life?
My foundation of this episode is just about having an open dialog but even if you are not a parent, do you have regular real conversations with your partner?
Executive producer and host of the podcast Blending The Family where you can find on Libsyn, Stitcher Radio, ITunes, IHeart Radio and Spotify. Tommy is a TEDx speaker. Politics
Has also spoken at Ignite Fort Collins and Keynote Speaker at Everything Dad Convention.
The author of the books "25 Tips For Divorced Dads.” “Why not you, Why Not Me” and His new book “My Dad’s Advice At 5:04 AM” is coming out in 2018. Tommy enjoys a good red blend while writing or hiding from the family.
A dad to Betsy, Becca, Connor, Duke and husband to Ann. To contact Tommy: tommy@BlendingTheFamily.com