Imperfect Dad MD Podcast with Dr Jeremy Toffle

Friday Review - Helping Your Kids Embrace the World Around Them

August 06, 2021 Doctor Podcast Network Episode 48
Imperfect Dad MD Podcast with Dr Jeremy Toffle
Friday Review - Helping Your Kids Embrace the World Around Them
Show Notes

As a dad, we are preparing to get back to school in 1-2 weeks.  This includes getting new clothes, supplies, backpacks, and digging out our put away masks.  That's right.  Although it seemed like masks and school may no longer have been a concern for this school year, the rise of the Delta variant has one again disrupted the flow of normalcy. 

Today's Friday review show focuses on helping our kids embrace the world around them, no matter what is going on.  On Wednesday I talked with Dr Victor Mangona, and during the discussion he referenced a certain movie in which the father character is trying to raise his child during a time of war.  Although the world around them is chaos and pain, the father chooses to describe the world around them as something positive, fun, and by no means NOT scary.

When our kids head back to school this year, how are you handling the topic of masks being reintroduced?

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