Writer and dad D. Doug Mains explores 12 things – usual and unusual – he learned in his first dozen months as a parent.
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While his wife’s death transported Californian dad-of-four Dave Manoucheri, DeLorean-style, to a time when he was single and void of responsibility, it helped him become the best dad he could be in the present.
Lotte North, co-founder of The Parent Hood, a social networking group for parents, fondly recalls being raised by a firm-but-fun single dad.
Daniel Sherwin, single dad of two and creator of dadsolo.com, lays bare the ongoing challenges faced by single dads.
Michael Finke writes that the memory of his mother is helping to steer his L-plate-driving son in the right direction.
We profile John Finch, the man behind The Father Effect, a moving documentary (and newly released book) that explores his coming to terms with the ‘father-wound’ his dad’s suicide at the age of 11 created, the lasting impact of dads and the importance of forgiveness.
In this Heart Talk, Daniel Lewis reflects on the highs of his recent marathon and tells his daughters that the first rule to marathon running – pacing yourself – should be applied to life in general.
London-based dad of two, and founder of Being Dads, David Willans weighs up principal- versus rule-based approaches in harnessing a child’s creativity.
It’s a common gripe from parents that their kids cling to them like monkeys, but what about parents clinging to their kids? In this Big Bad World, it happens, writes Daniel Lewis.
Perinatal psychiatrist and author Dr Matthew Roberts tells The Dad Website about Town Hall Dads, a platform for connecting, informing and supporting dads across all stages of fatherhood.