A few weeks back, my wife and I were in the middle of an argument when I realized that WHAT we were actually fighting about had nothing to do with the situation before us or the words coming out of our mouths… we were each angry about other unresolved issues in our relationship and simply using this random argument to vent frustrations without actually addressing the true issue at hand… and it was beginning to impact the environment in which we raise our child. We were in a vicious cycle… and it wasn’t about a lack of love, it was remnants from past feelings that had yet to be resolved and simply lingered silently, growing momentum within us in a way that could slowly poison any relationship but especially dangerous for the often strained relationship between co-parents… and this made me think of a topic I’ve been working on a lot lately: A simple concept to some, yet revolutionary to others: ACKNOWLEDGMENT… one of the best ways I have found to gain resolution and put the past behind us.

For questions, comments, or future episode topic suggestions, DM us at -> www.Instagram.com/DILFpodcast

Nothing is more cathartic than being given the opportunity to voice your feelings aloud and have them acknowledged by your partner, especially when you and your partner are CO-PARENTS. In the first episode of DILF's new Co-Parenting Series, Kevin welcomes on his courageous wife, Laura Seldon, for one of the most raw + honest podcast episodes you'll probably ever hear...

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A few weeks back, my wife and I were in the middle of an argument when I realized that WHAT we were actually fighting about had nothing to do with the situation before us or the words coming out of our mouths… we were each angry about other unresolved issues in our relationship and simply using this random argument to vent frustrations without actually addressing the true issue at hand… and it was beginning to impact the environment in which we raise our child. We were in a vicious cycle… and it wasn’t about a lack of love, it was remnants from past feelings that had yet to be resolved and simply lingered silently, growing momentum within us in a way that could slowly poison any relationship but especially dangerous for the often strained relationship between co-parents… and this made me think of a topic I’ve been working on a lot lately: A simple concept to some, yet revolutionary to others: ACKNOWLEDGMENT… one of the best ways I have found to gain resolution and put the past behind us.

For questions, comments, or future episode topic suggestions, DM us at -> www.Instagram.com/DILFpodcast

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