British health and fitness coach Stefano Chiriaco offers dads some simple dietary advice and addresses some long-held misconceptions along the way.
Four things people with a disability should do to prepare for parenthood
Respecting the little people
The things I know will make me a better dad
Three secrets to transforming in 2018
12 things I learned in 12 months of fatherhood
Plain old parenting
The connection between kids’ bedtime routines and their creativity
Being good at housework while being a bloke
The home security mistakes you’re making
The 5 biggest dieting mistakes every dad must know
How much do you value yourself?
“The crappy stuff is fertiliser for new growth” – how I got through two divorces
Christopher Veal, The Daditude Coach
Teaching kids about cyberbullying
Finding yourself as a father
Combating ‘mares of the night
Turning 40? Time for a check-up!
Let your children sleep!
The family dinner love-fest
When your mind’s full of dad stuff, you need mindfulness
Listen up, kids!
The evil internet
Stars ‘n’ Strikes
Pete ‘The Prof’ Mitcham examines the delicate balance of imbibing while looking after the kids, and that age-old poser: how many is too many?
Stefano Chiriaco, health and fitness guru and our resident ‘Dads Coach’, offers three simple steps to help time-pressed dads better value themselves.
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.
Struggling with fatherhood, motherhood or life in general? Who you gonna call? Christopher Veal, The Daditude Coach!
Father of three Jeff Wood, a.k.a. Drooling Daddy, shares some of the lessons he’s learnt in dealing with cyberbullying.
Andy Murphy, a.k.a. The Secure Dad, offers some sage advice for blokes struggling to find themselves as dads.
Here are some tips for helping your kids navigate nightmares.
Turning 40 or already there? Then a visit to your doctor is a wise investment, Melbourne general practitioner and dad-of-three Brendan Fitzgerald says.
Andy Murphy, a.k.a. The Secure Dad, talks about the inevitability of pain, and that we need to love our children enough to let them fall.