Season Two

The Road to Happy

Have you ever felt like you spend the majority of your energy just fighting to get to the end of your day? You are not alone… the real question is if this is the best way for us to be living our lives? As parents, our focus is often firmly planted on our children while attempting to balance all of the responsibilities on our plate — so much so that many of us have not checked in with ourselves in quite some time in order to see how happy we actually are. In DILF’s Season Two Finale, Host Kevin Seldon revisits the five items on his “Happiness Checklist” to explore opportunities for each of us to get back on the road… to HAPPY.

When Mom Becomes Dad

What if you had the chance to view the world from a completely fresh perspective… to be given the opportunity to comprehend what the opposite sex deals with on a daily basis? Here’s your chance as Kevin welcomes Nick North, a one-of-a-kind dad to five children, for one of the most eye-opening conversations on gender bias that you will ever hear from someone who began his parenting journey… as a mom.

Inventing Your Own Path

We all want our kids to have it all… but what if limiting SOME resources is one of the best ways to breed a more innovative mind? Kevin welcomes Elan Lee, the co-creator of Exploding Kittens, one of the most successful kickstarter campaigns of all time with over 200k backers and $8.7m raised. Together, they discuss everything from the benefits of creating resource limitations for our children and the importance of charting our own path — both in life and parenthood… to maintaining a sense of balance with all life throws at us while remaining an actively involved parent and partner.

How to Avoid Handicapping Your Co-Parent (DILF Quick Hit)

Are you unknowingly handicapping your partner? Have you ever attempted to “save the day” when you overhear your coparent having a disagreement with your child? In today’s DILF Quick Hit, Kevin explores situations where we as coparents might be hurting more than we are helping — even if it’s done with the best of intentions…

The Curse of Martyrdom (DILF’s Co-Parenting Series)

Have you ever felt overburdened as a partner or parent? More importantly, have you ever felt like it’s just easier if I do it myself? if so, you are not alone. Kevin welcomes back his wife, Laura, for another installment of DILF’s Co-Parenting Series, exploring the concept of martyrdom, and how learning to empower those around us might just be the key to a happier and healthier home…

Balance is Bullsh*t

Is maintaining a sense of balance as a parent truly an achievable goal? Kevin welcomes successful entrepreneur, Ari Bloom, who’s made a career out of manifesting the dreams of others while remaining behind the scenes — similar to his life as a parent. Together. they discuss everything from the power of transparency and the importance of fighting our tendencies toward auto-pilot, to why the concept of balance…is bullshit.

Why You Need a Hobby (DILF Quick Hit)

Do you ever struggle as a parent with finding the time, let alone the energy, to focus on your needs? It almost sounds selfish. But why wouldn’t your needs be just as important as the needs of those around you. And how can you expect yourself to be at your best if your needs are being completely ignored? If this describes you – you are not alone. In fact, carving out time for you may be the first crucial step in making all that life throws at us just a slight bit easier. In this DILF Quick Hit, Kevin delves into a topic that no parent can afford to ignore…

What Doesn’t Kill Us, Makes Us Stronger

How can we, as parents, raise bold humans who aren’t afraid to let down their armor and show what’s in their hearts? Maybe the best way to start is leading by example. Kevin welcomes Dave Callaham (writer of Hollywood favorites like “Zombieland: Double Tap,” the sequel to Oscar-Winning, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” and Marvel’s groundbreaking “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”) covering topics from the importance of fighting outdated stereotypes regarding masculinity and setting personal boundaries with work to what it felt like to create Marvel’s first Asian superhero for the big screen and write a lead character that he actually recognized in the mirror.

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