Be a proactive father

“The way Jan and I tend to be proactive is that we sit down and reflect together about these things. If we think something is missing in their life we work out what we need to do. Usually Jan spots it, but sometimes it’s me.” – Peter Newman, environmental scientist, author and educator.

  • Talk with your partner about areas you can be more proactive with your children.
  • Decide together how to create more opportunities for building those skills.
  • Make it happen.

Activities:

Play a board game

Play an age-appropriate board game with your children.

Resources:

Fast track your kid’s vision

This article reveals to you eight take-home gems from an interview done by Fatherly.com with Phyllis Fagell, a school counsellor whose job is to help middle school children find their passion and calling.