For British dad Dave Freed, returning to ‘part-time’ work after seven months’ parental leave was a culture shock – not least because of the attitudes of some colleagues.
Monthly Archives: October 2017
The Australian government’s health insurance shake-up is both a step forward and step back for mental health, writes Fergus Donaldson.
Mealtimes with a toddler-aged daughter can be fraught affairs, writes Andy Robinson (a.k.a. Poo Daddy).
A lot of things belt up John Box’s heart rate at the gym. And his workout is the least of them.
“Phwoar… the AFL’s over and now I have to back up for Spring Carnival? Is there a crafty lager to help me through?” We put this conundrum to our beer guru Pete Mitcham. Quick as a flash he returned fire: Mornington Peninsula Brewery Lager.
In The Dad Website’s latest profile, we catch up with Mike Cruse, creator of the popular parenting blog Papa Does Preach (I know, we can’t get the Madonna song out of our heads now, either).
For Californian dad Eric Miller, applying Malcolm Gladwell’s ‘10,000-hour rule’ – the suggested time required to master something – to his daughter’s many endeavours has proven an impossible task.
Want to have better relationships, be happier and less stressed? It’s time to consider getting mentally fit and Resilience Agenda founder Hadleigh Fischer is just the man to get you started.