Quite a few divorced dads go through periods where they don’t get to interact much with their kids. Here are 2 thoughts to keep in mind.
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Wisdom from dads in response to the question: How do you help your kids know that “It’s not your fault”?
Longtime NCF friend and fathering advocate David Hirsch describes his inspiring work to combat father absence and encourage dads in challenging situations.
You married your spouse, not her kids. Your job is to help her, not take over her role or responsibilities with her children.
Whether it was intentional or not, maybe you have tried to turn your child against his mother. And make no mistake, these kinds of comments move you dangerously close to placing yourself between your dear, sweet child and someone he loves more than anyone else, except you.
Whether you have a child with a physical challenge, a learning disability or an emotional problem, you might benefit from these six thoughts.
Time is perhaps your most valuable fathering resource and your most precious gift to your children. We have to make sure today counts.