Wrestling with fatherhood? Often, men don’t know what their love and passion for their kids should look like. Matt Woodrum wants to help with that.
After a challenging early beginning in life, Matt was adopted at age 4. What happened next is not the stuff that dreams are made of exactly.
However, making lemonade out of lemons is one of his gifts, and so Matt has made it his mission to help father’s of all backgrounds become better dads. His website and podcast are both aptly named,
Wrestling with Fatherhood, which is available on iTunes.
Matt’s Awesome Quote:
Wrestling with Fatherhood
Taken from his most recent blog post:
“Guilt trips A guilt trip is a feeling of guilt or responsibility, especially an unjustified one induced by someone else. Creating a guilt trip in another person may be considered to be psychological manipulation in the form of punishment for a perceived transgression. Guilt trips are also considered to be a form of passive aggression. In all reality, guilt trips are more like power trips, that is that guilt trips are a way of making your children do whatever it is that you want. As parents, we are direct and love our children, showing them that while the world is […]”