Tag Archives: Dad

#453: Be A Better Papa: Everyone Needs to Have Their Feelings Acknowledged…

Me and my Wookie. No reasons. Everyone likes the dog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

…but not followed. The world does not run on your feelings; it runs on all of ours, for better or worse (mostly worse). I also discuss, “Fatal Attraction,” and continue that discussion here.

#452: Be A Better Papa: Fix It

 

 

 

 

 

Good evening! Tonight, I defend a certain actor from the outrage mob, encourage you to abandon the sinking ship of facebook, and explain some of my goals with the upcoming, “Be A Better Papa,” show. Also, the SNG Patreon page isn’t going anywhere. Enjoy!

#448: Lessons for Jack

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As I gear up move on from SNG and move forward towards, “Be A Better Papa,” I ramble and wax poetic about the lessons and values that I wish to pass on to my son. Jack even joins me for the first 10 minutes or so. Enjoy!

#446: The Beginning of the End (of the SNG show)…

Everything I do, it’s for them

 

 

 

 

 

 

But like a Phoenix rising from the ashes to beat the s–t out of the evil empire, this show will continue in a new form (at some point in the next couple of months)….Be A Better Dad. Enjoy!

Just in case you missed it…

#418: Pay it Forward and Thank Someone Who Dumps You

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Hello! Welcome back! Tonight, I wax poetic about:

  • Why Pay it Forward is something we should all do more often
  • Daryl Davis is an American hero
  • How I recently screwed up as a Dad
  • Why you should thank every single person who dumped you
  • and more!!!

Thanks for listening! email me! sensitiveniceguy@gmail.com

SNG

 

 

#399: Taming My Gremlin: I am NOT my Son’s friend

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This is me, trying to be my best, looking at the Gremlins who are attempting to ruin my life.

Merry Christmas! Tonight, I discuss the book, “Taming Your Gremlin,” by Rick Carson (on the recommendation of the, “Mixed Mental Arts,” show with Bryan Callen and Hunter Maats). Bryan and Hunter, I hereby declare myself a White-Belt Mixed Mental Artist. I’m in.

I’ve identified my Gremlin (he looks like the Gremlin from that Halloween Simpsons episode, and he uses his cuteness occasionally against me), and will continue to do so in the coming episodes in an effort to help you tame yours.

I also discuss how there are two kinds of people who will give you parenting advice, and how to tell which ones to listen to. Ultimately, how you react is your own choice. The sooner you realize that, the better. And that includes toxic people at the dinner table. Especially them.

Enjoy!

JER

#396: Lessons for my Son

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This will be the last show before I officially become a father. Time to go out with a bang.

Hence, I ramble for an hour and change about what lessons I wish to pass on to him. Enjoy!

The lessons:

  1. Give the world value
  2. The world doesn’t run on your feelings
  3. Treat women as equals but don’t brown nose
  4. Make yourself happy alone
  5. What isn’t earned isn’t appreciated
  6. Just because it’s normal doesn’t mean it’s right
  7. Be kind, not nice
  8. Practice active thinking
  9. Practice delayed gratification
  10. Have compassion for others
  11. Learn through rejection
  12. Learn from the past, live in the present, prepare for the future