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If you’re a dad who wants to help raise confident and successful kids, it starts with speaking positively to them on a daily basis. Why? Because a father’s words are powerful. In fact, they have the ability to change the trajectory of children’s lives – for good or bad.
Developing a new family structure as a stepdad can be challenging. You may want to jump in right away and establish your role, or you may be hesitant to get involved at all. There can be tension between you and your new partner about how to do things.
Everyone admires and respects people with character and it’s not because they have talent, skill, good looks, fame or popularity. It’s because they have an extra special something that we all think is really important. We call that character.
People with character have two basic qualities. They usually do the right thing and, in most situations, they do what needs to be done
This week’s Facts For Fathers, Good Choices Healthy Life is a great starting point to take action towards helping kids have a healthy and successful life.
Fathers can help their children have a healthy lifestyle by modelling and teaching their children to look after their body through eating well and exercise.
Many men say they didn’t see the problems in their relationship until it was too late. These guys wish they had done maintenance work beforehand so they never reached the point where the relationship was beyond repair.
Did you know that men experience emotions equally, if not more intensely than women do? Men tend to hide their emotions or withdraw, whereas women are more likely to express their feelings directly and seek the support of friends and family. What matters most as a dad, is that you work on your emotional wellness and take important steps to help your children develop emotional wellness.
Arguments and disagreements are part of every relationship. However, some kinds of conflict are damaging and can wear down and harm a relationship that was once fresh and strong. Research has shown that couples are more likely to divorce when their conflicts regularly include any of the following four negative communication styles…
No parent wants to endure the pain of serious injury or worse to their child. Fathers who are attentive and responsible in their relationship have children who are less likely to be injured by accidents. Read through these valuable tips and examples of common childhood injuries to protect your children from preventable injuries.
When children have fathers who respect and support their mothers, and mothers who respect their fathers – everyone benefits. Moms are more patient and sensitive. Dads are more involved and confident. Working together helps children thrive.