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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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Everything You Need To Know About Toddler Inc

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My name is Tom Kreffer, and I’m the author of Toddler Inc., the third book in my Adventures in Dadding series. It’s a series that explores what parenting is really like from a dad’s perspective. I achieve this through journaling. Every day, I sit down and reflect on my role as a parent, and I write. Sometimes it’s about funny…
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Dad Chats Live - Talking to our children about feelings.

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We’re back 🥳 and we’re talking about feelings! Dad Chats took a break over the summer but now we’re back and ready to get straight back into the important topics. This week we’re delving back into an old topic that we know is really important. Talking to our children about feelings can be tough. There is no right or wrong…
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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…
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Dad Walks - A Fantastic Way for Dads to Meet Up

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When Dadvengers started, online resources were our priority. We wanted to have content parents could access from anywhere. 2 years on and a global pandemic behind us we realised how important it was to also have dad groups where our community could meet in person. Nothing beats getting out and interacting with other people. It’s good for our minds, it’s…