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How To Be A Great Co-parent When You Don't Get On With Your Ex

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I have two beautiful daughters, Maisie aged 11 and Isla aged 10, and I co-parent them with their mum. Co-parenting isn’t always easy. There are heartaches and frustrations, but there are also happy times and successes. Whether you’re new to the co-parenting world, or you’ve been doing it a while and things are tricky – Here is some advice and…

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Are Dads Wired Differently - The Truth About Becoming A Dad

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My name is Pascal Vrtička. I am a social neuroscientist and Lecturer in psychology at the University of Essex in Colchester (UK). I am also a father. In my Social Neuroscience of Human Attachment (SoNeAt) Lab, my team and I are investigating the Social Neuroscience of Human Attachment. Our research looks at both mums and dads as well as the…
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Men's Mental Health: Why It's So Important To Get Men Talking and How To Do It

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Men’s mental health is something that is a priority at Dadvengers. We know that men aren’t always great at speaking up when things aren’t going well. But we want to change that. We want to help normalise asking for help, encourage dads to speak up if they’re feeling down, and this is how we can make a start. Why We…
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New Dads - Why Is My Baby Crying? Comforting your Baby

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In our series of ‘New Dads’ posts we delve into some of the most popular things men think about, or want to know more about when becoming a dad. From changing nappies to feeding we have tried to provide some support for men to feel more comfortable navigating parenthood. This post contains advice comforting your baby and try’s to answer…