How can you encourage your husband to be more involved and take a more active role in parenting? Jason Kreidman, the founder of Dad University, gives us some powerful advice for getting and keeping your husband engaged.

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How to parent with efficacy, efficiency, and empathy What is more effective? Keeping score or showing gratitude Start small, Focus on practicing one thing at a time Jason Kreidman is the founder of Dad University, an educational company dedicated to helping dads gain confidence in their parenting. Through his course, YouTube videos, podcasts, and social media he helps dads gain more confidence in their parenting.

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