The DILF Podcast (Dad I'd Like To... Friend)

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In our world, DILF means "Dad I'd Like to... FRIEND,” and that's exactly the goal of this podcast: to tear down the walls that typically leave men out from engaging in honest + vulnerable conversations regarding modern parenthood by sharing inspirational-yet-relatable stories from the often underestimated perspective of a DAD.

Host Kevin Seldon is the founder of a social-impact consultancy with clients from award-winning artists and Fortune 500 companies to world-renowned non-profits. However after five years of failed attempts at starting a family, he was left a bit broken – working to inspire passion in others while sorely lacking it in himself. So when he and his wife finally learned they were pregnant, Kevin decided to take an extended paternity leave and become a stay-at-home dad for the first year of his child’s life, which was as inspiring as it was lonely. It was that experience that led him to create an intimate space for dads in an attempt to build the support network he so sorely lacked when he first entered the world of #DadLife.

Recently featured by People Magazine, The DILF Podcast has already broken onto iTunes’ Top 50 Parenting Podcast charts in the US, Canada, Spain, Thailand, Denmark and France. We hope you'll join in the conversation – and don't be fooled by the name, this podcast is for BOTH dads and moms...

For questions, comments, or guest suggestions, please DM us at: Instagram.com/DILFpodcast
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13 episodes
This podcast is not only timely, but necessary. I also like how accessible the host is, feels like something moms could appreciate and relate to as much as dads!
As a dad of two young daughters I’ve been waiting for something like this — finally a dad doing a parenting podcast aimed at dads but should also be appealing to moms. The host seems incredibly genuine and accessible and I look forward to more of these!
My wife found this, loved it, and told me to give it a listen. Truly an insightful exploration into modern day fatherhood and even more, representing the definition of TRUE masculinity. So nice to hear from a dad courageous enough to share his feelings and bold enough to ask all of us to do the same.

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    Podcast Details

    Started
    Jan 30th, 2020
    Latest Episode
    Apr 9th, 2020
    Release Period
    Weekly
    No. of Episodes
    7
    Avg. Episode Length
    28 minutes
    Explicit
    No
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