The Dad Whisperer Podcast
It’s my joy and honor to equip dads with practical tools to better dial into their daughters’ hearts.
With 20 years of experience as a licensed professional counselor and over 35 years working directly with teens and young adult women; Dr. Michelle Watson brings practical wisdom to dads with daughters of all ages.
If you’ve read my book, seen my Dad-Daughter Friday blogs or listened to The Dad Whisperer, you know there’s a phrase I use often: “DIALED-IN DAD.” So I figured it was time to break it down and make sure that you as dads know what it truly means to DIAL IN to your daughter’s heart with precision!
If you want to be inspired, convicted, and challenged in an area that has the potential to be LIFE-CHANGING, then listen in to my very wise friend, Dr. A.J. Swoboda, as he shares about the POWER of REST in a non-stop world. This one applies to dads and daughters, moms and sons—so let’s get the conversation started about SABBATH REST!
Dads, you may not fully realize how much INFLUENCE you really have in the life of your girls. When it comes to helping your daughter stay OPEN to a purpose greater than herself, YOU play a POWERFUL part in that process happening for her. Listen in for tips on how to lead her in greater ways!
Dads, if you want to raise daughters who believe God for the seemingly impossible, you’re definitely going to want to hear my friend, Pastor Jason Noble today. His story includes being front and center to a BIG miracle when a teenage boy in his congregation died and then came back to life, only to walk out of the hospital two weeks later, completely healed. Listen in as Jason shares about teaching his three daughters to trust the God of the BREAKTHROUGH! (which is the name of a movie based on this story that will be in theaters next Easter)
I’m so excited that my friend, Shaunti Feldhahn is joining us on this episode of The Dad Whisperer! If you’ve ever read her books (e.g., For Men Only, For Women Only, The Male Factor, etc.) or listened to her speak, you know the WEALTH OF WISDOM she brings to relationships. You’ll LOVE learning from her as she gives you a few more tools to add to your fathering toolbox.
Hi Dads...I’m discussing a really FUN topic on this episode of The Dad Whisperer, one that I believe you’re going to enjoy. I’ve titled it: “Dr. Seuss Weighs in on Fathering.” If you’re a dad who wants to hear a UNIQUE way to connect with your daughter’s heart, tune in!
Are you a single dad who sometimes gets overwhelmed with trying to cover all the bases to meet your daughter’s needs? If so, then you will definitely want to listen to my friend Eric Robison share his SINGLE DAD SURVIVAL STRATEGIES that are tried and tested...and have been learned in the trenches!
Dad, do you ever wish you had a road map for decoding your daughter? Good news... I’m giving you a FATHER FORMULA—6 specific ways that will guide you to reach your daughter’s heart with success!
Dr. Lori Salierno-Maldonado (CEO of Teach One to Lead One) and I have been friends since high school and I can assure you that this incredible woman truly is a fierce WORLD CHANGER. In fact, she has more passion in the tips of her fingers than most of us have in our entire bodies! If you are a dad who wants to follow in the footsteps of Lori’s father who was intentional in the way that he raised his feisty and energetic daughter, you are going to love listening to this interview!
We’ve all heard it said that it doesn’t really matter if you have QUANTITY time together because what’s really important is QUALITY time. I wholeheartedly disagree with that statement because the reality is that we girls need FACE TIME (in minutes and hours) with our dads. Listen in if you’re a father who is ready learn some creative ways to make the best use of the QUANTITY TIME you do have with your daughters!
This episode is Part 2 of a series on a subject that often is hard to talk about: FATHER WOUNDS. Last week I talked about FACING father wounds while on this episode my wise friend and colleague, psychologist Dr. Margaret Nagib, will be addressing HEALING father wounds. This is like getting therapy for free! We invite you to join us for this deeply important conversation.
This episode is the first of a two-part series on a vitally important subject: FATHER WOUNDS. I love the way my friend Tom said it: “This topic is so important because if I’m not prepared to look at my own relationship with my dad and the impact it had on me, how can I look at my own relationship with my daughter who is potentially more fragile?”