by Drew Soleyn | Feb 17, 2023 | Dads, Healthy Relationships, parenting, Resources
As a dad, one of your most important jobs is to help your child build relationships and make friends. With a little bit of guidance and support from you, your child can learn the skills they need to build strong and lasting relationships.
by Drew Soleyn | Feb 11, 2023 | Dads, Healthy Relationships, parenting, Resources
The reality is that parenting disagreements are a normal part of any parent-partner relationship. By approaching these disagreements with a mindset of cooperation and understanding, you can find solutions that work for everyone and strengthen your relationship with your partner.
by Drew Soleyn | Jan 20, 2023 | Dads, New Dads, parenting, Resources, tips
Budgeting isn’t always easy, but with a little bit of effort and discipline, you can take control of your finances and build a bright future for your family.
by Drew Soleyn | Apr 8, 2022 | Dads, Healthy Relationships, Mental health, parenting, Resources, tips
I imagine many dads may struggle with staying calm in the midst of challenging times. Despite our best effort, something can always push our buttons and result in momentarily losing control of our voices. That being said, it’s crucial to learn better ways to respond in the moment and communicate in calm, respectful ways. Making this change is important if you truly want to raise confident and successful children.
The goal of this post is not to condemn the fact you yell – it’s to help you decrease, and ultimately stop yelling at your kids. From personal experience, let me tell you it’s worth the time and energy to improve in this area.
by Dad Central | Dec 10, 2021 | Dads, Father Involvement, Healthy Relationships, Involved Fathers, Mental health, New Dads, Resources, Separated Dads, Single Dads, Step Dads
The holidays can be stressful. Let this summary of resources and ways to enjoy the holidays with your family be a great guide for you.
by Dad Central | Nov 19, 2021 | Father Involvement, Resources, tips
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.