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Improvisational Fatherhood with Jim Young

Today on the Dads with Daughters podcast I talk with Jim Young, a father of two biologically female kids, one of whom is changing their gender. Jim shares his experience with this as well as talks about how how improv acting helped bring his family together and helped him to be a better father.

Learn more about Jim Young: https://www.thecenteredcoach.com/

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Christopher Lewis


Christopher is the co-founder of Fathering Together and the Chief Information Officer. He is the father of 2 daughters that are now in their tweens and teens. He started Dad of Divas, a blog to share his own personal experiences in being a father in 2007 and in 2018 started the Dads With Daughters Facebook Group to allow dads to connect, learn and grow together. He works in Digital Media on a daily basis, but also has over 20 years of experience in higher education administration.

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