18-99yrsAll about the parentsHealthMental Health

Why it's Essential That Dads Explore Mental Health?

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Mental health has been high on everyone’s agenda in the last year, particularly dads mental health. The pandemic has had a huge impact on mental health.  Whether that has been through isolation, financial impact or the stress and anxiety of the situation.  It has been really tough.  Men’s mental health is something that we feel strongly about raising awareness of. …

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Everything You Need To Know About Postpartum Psychosis As a Father

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Simon O’Mara and the team from APP tell us everything you need to know about postpartum psychosis as a father. I had never heard of Postpartum Psychosis before having children. But it would shortly become one of the biggest learning experiences I’d ever endured. In the first couple of weeks after my wife gave birth, I’d noticed subtle changes in…
0-99yrsAll about the parentsHealthMental HealthParenting

Children's Wellbeing - Why it's important and how can dads support

5 Mins read
All parents want their children to grow up feeling happy. Who wouldn’t? But research from the Children’s Society shows that over the last 10 years, there has been a significant decline in children’s satisfaction with their lives. Alongside this, we also know that mental health problems are on the rise. With 1 in 6 children having a probable mental health…
0-99yrsAll about the parentsHealthParenting

How to build meaningful relationships with your partner and your children

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Are you concerned that you and your partner aren’t on the same page? Do you wonder if your family think it is “all” worth it? It’s easy to get complacent, to think your family life is running smoothly. Then you turn around and discover too late that the solid foundations you thought you were building, aren’t as solid as you…
All about the parentsEarly YearsHealthMental HealthParenting

Positive Support for Dads - The Secrets you Didn't Know

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Until more recent years positive support for dads was a little bit of a taboo. Dads were less comfortable talking about needing or seeking help. Having worked as operations manager for Dad Matters a perinatal and parent/infant Mental Health project, I have experienced this first-hand. But things are changing. As part of our service, we aim to support dads to…