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Mario Fields shares a humble story of learning to be a dad at the age of nineteen.  He served 26 years in the Marine Corps where he learned how to be a dad while serving, deploying, and as a Drill Instructor.

Topics Covered:

  • Every kid is different
  • The role dads play in their daughter’s life
  • List more to your wife’s instincts
  • What not to do with your son
  • Being a former Drill Instructor and a Dad
  • Setting guard rails on their road to life
  • It’s ok to cry
  • It’s never too late to start a relationship with your kids
  • Giving the gift of time
  • Creating a space for talking about family in the unit
  • Your kids are changing every day

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