Just Maintain a Strong Connection. Just Be DAD.

7 Tips for Being a Good Divorced Dad by Bruce Provda, Esq.   When Juan and his wife started to talk about divorce, Juan’s concern was for his relationship with his children. He had seen friends who lost touch with their children even though they still shared custody...

Just Fight for Your Children. Just Be Dad.

Divorced Dads: Choose Your Battles Wisely by Scott Moore   As divorced fathers, particularly non-custodial ones, we quickly find ourselves without many of the rights and privileges related to our children that we had before. Some of these are taken from us by the...

5 Tips to Balance Being Dad

One of the most important things a dad has to learn is balance- balancing work, friends and extracurricular activities with being a husband and father. Here are NCF’s top 5 Tips to Balance Being Dad in our weekly Tools for the Journey! [tweet_box]Dads have to...

Just Be Reliable Despite Divorce. Just Be DAD.

How to Make Joint Custody Work by Dat To   Joint child custody can be a real challenge for many fathers. Putting together a schedule that pleases both parties and the children involved can be hard enough. And it can be exhausting trying to deal with the stress of...

Just Connect Every Day. Just Be DAD.

Three ‘Dad’ Things to Do Today by Doug Spangler   Here are three things you can do today to build the father-child relationship you want and your child needs. In the morning, touch physically. Make contact with a pat on the back, a soft hand on the shoulder, or a...

Six Ways to be Your Child's Cheerleader

    We all want our child to find a passion in life and succeed. And we want to be there to cheer them along from the sidelines, right? Here are NCF’s tips for being the best cheerleader for your child in our FREE resource Tools for the Journey: 6 Ways to be...