Consider the cost/benefit trade-off of spending time with your children

“Some of my decisions to sacrifice work for the children have cost money, but that is not a big deal. I am paid well enough and anyway I’d rather be poorer and a good father.” – Geoff Creelman, consulting manager in computing

  • Spending more time with your children means giving up work time (and potentially also income) or leisure time.
  • Investing time and energy in your family will yield enormous benefits.
  • Isn’t a great relationship with your children vastly more valuable and important than having the latest model Mercedes?


Talk about sexuality with boys and girls

Don’t assume your children are getting the right information and learning the right values about sexuality from media and/or their friends.


How to be ready to be a good dad

Becoming a dad – what to expect and what to do?