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Oct. 29, 2021

When your child is seriously injured at school (Feat. Dennis Procopio) S4E17

When your child is seriously injured at school (Feat. Dennis Procopio) S4E17

Dennis talks about how he navigated this difficult and scary situation. He also dives into his experience as a life coach to help us better navigate these emotional situations in a positive and productive way.


Slight format change beginning today because I’m moving to a different server. My good friend Dennis Procopio is here today. Dennis is the founder of Man-UP! Life Coaching (MULC) and has been on the show a few times to talk about various topics. Dennis is also a special needs Dad and he’s here today to share a situation he recently had to deal with in regards to his son being seriously injured while at school. This could happen to anyone but it can be more complicated when it comes to our special needs kiddos. There are a lot of emotions parents experience when something like this happens.

Dennis talks about how he navigated this difficult and scary situation. He also dives into his experience as a life coach to help us better navigate these emotional situations in a positive and productive way.

I have learned so much from my conversations with Dennis and he’s helping me become a better version of myself. If you would like to talk to Dennis, you can connect with him and schedule a FREE strategy session at manuplifecoaching.com

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Dennis Procopio

Father/Male-Life Coach

s the founder of Man-UP! Life Coaching (MULC), I’m often asked about my background and how I got into the profession of coaching men.

That’s a long story that I will begin to answer below, but the one quick thing I can say about myself as a coach is this:

After 30-some-odd years of experience, there's no work that I would rather do. There's no greater reward for me than helping another man to become their best self.