The Many Different Paths to Fatherhood (feat. Harma Hartouni) S4E5
Harma and I talk about the different paths people take to fatherhood and how he's using his experience to help people all across the globe. Lastly, he offers advice on how to be loving, accepting and supportive parents if you suspect your child is gay or have a child who has already come out. This is so important folks.
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Datability makes tracking and reporting students’ data a breeze allowing teachers to focus on what matters most: educating students.
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