This episode is about Fatherhood and Positive Mentorship, and features a conversation with Dr. David Kuhl, Kelly Hrudey and host Dan Murphy.
The most powerful and formative relationship in a child’s life is the one they share with their parents. Yet the importance of a father’s role in a child’s development lacks research, guidance and even awareness.
Dr. Kuhl’s clinical and anecdotal evidence emphasizes the importance of fatherhood and draws a connection to the personal experiences of all three men. They discuss relationships with their own fathers, applying that experience now and reinforce the value of connecting with their own kids.
Kelly Hrudey is a Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada analyst and former NHL goaltender. Dr. David Kuhl is a UBC professor in the Faculty of Medicine & co-founder of Blueprint: a non-profit that strives to impact society by improving men’s well-being and enhancing their positive contribution to communities.
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