The value of everyday moments

“You can’t impose on kids your own timing. You just have to wait for that moment when they want to talk. It might happen when you’re washing up, when you’re driving the car or maybe late at night when they walk into your study.” – Sue Le Souef, solicitor

  • The more everyday moments you spend with your child the more opportunities it creates for them to talk to you when you are ready
  • You don’t need to spend every moment asking lots of questions. Just being together is enough!


The trap of big presents

Kids don’t want expensive gifts when you see them, they want your time and attention.


Support men who choose family over career

Be a leader in the area of good fathering. By being open with others you give men permission to do the same for their families.