The Many Different Paths to Fatherhood (feat. Harma Hartouni) S4E5

My guest today is Harma Hartouni. Harma just happens to be an absolutely amazing human being with one of the most inspiring stories, I've ever heard. He just released his new book called Getting Back Up: A Story of Resilience, Self-Acceptance and Success. He's here to talk about his amazing life from growing up in Iran during the war, learning to walk again after surviving a devastating car accident, finally moving back to the States, learning to accept himself, coming out, meeting his partner, creating a real estate business that has generated billions of dollars. building their beautiful family through surrogacy, and the launch of his new book.

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.

You can find Harma:

https://www.harmahartouni.com/ (https://www.harmahartouni.com/)

Check out his new book on https://www.amazon.com/dp/1736241613/ref=cm_sw_r_u_apa_fabc_61VK29FXG837VP1SMZ99 (Amazon).

All my information and relevant links are https://linktr.ee/theautismdad (here)

Support this podcast: https://t.co/5Vn7ffwmIL?amp=1 (venmo.com/theautismdad)

SponsorsDatability

Datability is a web app that tracks special education student progress and Individualized Education Plans (IEP) data. The software helps educators and school administrators keep track of each student's goals, behaviors, and academic performance. The best part is that the results can be shared with the parents and for a transparent look into the progress of their child.

Datability makes tracking and reporting students’ data a breeze allowing teachers to focus on what matters most: educating students.





Find out more: https://iepdata.com/ (https://iepdata.com/)

Use code "theautismdad20" to save 20%









Mightier is an amazing program out of Harvard Medical and Boston Children’s. It uses video games to teach kids to emotionally self-regulate. Visit https://www.theautismdad.com/2018/08/28/kids-learn-self-regulation-through-gaming-with-mightier-review/ (theautismdad.com/mightier) and find out more information, including how to get a free 30-day trial.





https://www.theautismdad.com/contact/ (CONTACT ME)