These Dads Are Doing It Right – Part 190 – Dad Strategies & Other Sites Helping Dads 

This week for the These Dads Are Doing It Right series I am sharing some dad strategies and websites that can help dads out. In addition, these sites and organizations look to strengthen relationships between dads and their kids. Also, if there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below. 

Chase Walker – Dad Strategies

Chase Walker set up the dad website, Dad Strategies. Dad Strategies focuses on celebrating fatherhood in all its forms and offers accessible, manageable, and proven strategies on a host of topics to help dads be better dads. Chase is a single dad to two kiddos, an attorney and an avid TV watcher, pizza eater, music listener, and living room dancer. Check out his site here and make sure you follow him on social media. 

The National Center for Fathering – Supporting Dads All Around The World 

The National Center for Fathering is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization created in 1990. It was in response to the incredible social and economic impact of fatherlessness in America. They believe every child needs a dad they can count on. Children thrive when they have an involved father or father figure. Kids want to have someone who loves them. They want a dad who knows them, guides them, and helps them achieve their destiny. At the National Center for Fathering, they work to improve the lives of children and reverse the trends of fatherlessness. Lastly, they do this by inspiring and equipping fathers, grandfathers and father figures to be actively engaged in the life of every child. This is site is a perfect example of an organization looking to encourage fathers.

Father-Daughter Summit

Healthy father-daughter bonds result in many benefits, including increased satisfaction in relationships. In addition there is reduced occurrences of substance abuse, increased educational achievements, reduced rates of image obsession, depression and suicide. Healthy bonds don’t just happen. They are the fruit of intentional and consistent efforts. The summit looks to strengthen communication and enhance time spent together between daughters and their dads. The summit has seven-session conference including general, dad-only/daughter-only, and one-on-one sessions. They call this interactive day of learning the Father-Daughter Summit. Since 2003, there have been Father-Daughter Summit events reaching over 11,000 fathers and daughters.

Andrew Shaw – Birth Partner 

Andrew Shaw is an award-winning parenting columnist, former journalist, and creator of Instafather, a blog dedicated to helping new parents. He is the author of The New Mom’s Guide to New Dads and The Guys’ Guide to Being a Birth Partner. His book, The Guys’ Guide to Being a Birth Partner looks to help dads to be. With all the attention on moms, dads can feel pretty lost in the whole birth and pregnancy thing. The Guys’ Guide to Being a Birth Partner is here to help you out, giving you the info you need to be superstar support for your partner and new baby.

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