Episode 323: Navigating Different Parenting Styles (with Brooke Bergman Parr)

Episode 323 September 16, 2022 00:25:08
Episode 323: Navigating Different Parenting Styles (with Brooke Bergman Parr)
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Episode 323: Navigating Different Parenting Styles (with Brooke Bergman Parr)
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Relationship and marriage expert Brooke Bergman Parr hosts the podcast this week to talk about one of the biggest issues that plague couples. What to do when parenting styles aren’t aligned.

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