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Monthly Archives: June 2017
Dad of four Jamie Allpress explains how he’s come out the other side after two divorces and offers sage advice for those in the throes of a break-up.
“With a divorce rate climbing north of 50 per cent in America, having two caring parents is almost like winning the life lottery.” Andy Murphy writes about the importance of fathers to the family unit.
Raph Tripp recalls coming to terms with the realisation his two teenage girls were drawing away from him.
From eating “rat coffins” to sushi, observing “God” to “role models”, going to the footy isn’t the experience it once was for John Skaro.
International Fathers Mental Health Day founder Mark Williams explains how the difficult birth of his son brought on PND in both he and his wife.
To mark Father’s Day, British blogger and mum of two Sally Bunkham pays tribute to her husband. This is where the “good-dad” bar sits, fellas!
We chat with AFL identity and mental health advocate Wayne Schwass about emotional connectedness, fatherhood and his latest social venture, PukaUp.
From the highest of highs to a psychologist’s chair in six months, dad of two David Woollcott shares his mental health story.