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Do your work colleagues know you are a dad?

Being a dad is part of who you are – not a separate component of your life that is hidden away while you are at work.

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Handling questions about disasters and violence

Follow this link to find some helpful advice on answering questions from your kids about ISIS, earthquakes, child abductions and general day-to-day violence in the community,

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Join or start a dads’ group at school or work

Dads’ groups are a great way for dads to get to know other dads, to organise and run group activities to have fun with their kids, and to share experiences and compare notes on being dads.

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Supporting teens through major exams

There are many ways to help teens prepare for the big exams they face. This article by Laurie Hollmann, PhD, provides some pointers.

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Father’s Day – what does it mean?

What does Father’s Day mean in your family? Is it more than just a few new pairs of socks and jocks to add to the wardrobe?

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Share a laugh with them

Watch this short clip with Peter Rowsthorn on the benefits of laughter.

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Talk to your kids

Watch this short video featuring Peter Rowsthorn on the importance of talking with your kids.

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Encourage imagination

A short and funny clip featuring Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project.

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Great fathering tip

A short and humorous video clip featuring Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project.

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Stay engaged when you are with your kids

Watch Peter Rowsthorn as he demonstrates the importance of engaging with your children.