We’ve run into several dads over the last few days who were worried over whether the gifts they gave their kids were good enough to preserve their relationships for another year. Some of them already know they’re not getting a thank you.
A new study from the University of Guelph has turned stereotypes on their heads, but researchers shared a few cautions. It gauged parental comfort as children of different genders expressed their negative emotions. Exposing the Bias in Exposing Bias Researchers who conducted the study emphasized their findings focused more on thoughts than actions. While some […]
On Oct. 22, after a jury awarded Georgulas sole conservatorship over her child, a judge vacated the decision and gave both parents joint conservatorship, making it possible for the dad to seek a second opinion on his son’s gender dysphoria. Get fathers’ rights news right in your inbox!
Dads – single and otherwise – often have answers other parents are seeking. Don’t feel like you have to stay focused on “masculine” issues just because you’re a father. Check out single dad Alfons Mikhaeil’s answer to stress-free birthday party planning.
Today’s new dad often struggles to find his new place within his growing family. Parenting classes designed to answer men’s questions can help. In addition, these classes also keep dads up-to-date on the safest, most effective ways to care for their children.
Schools in many areas, such as in Shelby County, Alabama, started the year off right by promoting the importance of dads in education. A new program called All Pro Dads aims to bring fathers into schools.
What happens when single dads are ready to date again? While it’s harder to set the right expectations, a healthy foundation offers everyone benefits.
Can you imagine living in a country where seeing a father alone with his child was so rare that it seemed an acceptable reason to call the police?
UK parents are being asked to take part in surveys on parental alientation and other forms of domestic violence. Protect your anonymity while helping to shape policies in the United Kingdom.
We tackled the question of whether child support should be used for school supplies, but supplies aren’t the end-all-be-all of school success. Here are six other ways dads can help their kids succeed at school.