Dads Behaving Dadly with Hogan Hilling Episode 82, February 20, 2018
This week Andy Grant and Appio Hunter are joined by author, Hogan Hilling, to discuss the shifting roles of fatherhood. Hilling is the author of the Dads Behaving Dadly series and also the founder of the #WeLoveDads Campaign and United We Parent.
“One of the biggest assumptions is that a guy is a stay-at-home dad as a last resort. That he had no choice.” ~Hogan Hilling
Hogan’s mission is to dispel the unfair stigma of dads as incompetent parents and more importantly prove Fatherhood Is Alive and Well! He loved being a full-time caregiver to his kids, but everyone around him kept telling him it was wrong. He got tired of defending himself and having to justify his choices in ways stay-at-home moms never have to.
“I haven’t lost any masculinity by staying home!”
Topics Covered Include:
- The stigma stay-at-home dads face.
- What assumptions are made about stay-at-home dads?
- The one thing Hogan focuses on as a father.
- “Coming out of the pantry.”
- Dads are not replacements for moms.
- The power and benefits of dad support groups.
- The danger and splintering of so many parent support groups.
- What are the dynamics for stepdads?
- What does behaving “dadly” mean?
- What is Hogan’s best advice for new dads?
- #WeLoveDads campaign
- Dad Marketing
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There is still a bias that moms are much better parents than dads. That dads are inept as caregivers and parents. That is why many men are still hesitant to come out of the pantry.
All parents need to drop the adjectives before their names: stay-at-home dad, working mom, gay dad, stepfather…follow the leads of your kids who only introduce you as dad.
Check out Hogan’s book, Dads Behaving Dadly: 67 Truths, Tears and Triumphs of Modern Fatherhood
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