My Emotions Activity Book

My Emotions Activity Book encourages children within Key Stage 2 and the primary school year age range (4 –11 years) to share their feelings calmly and gently. The activity book was developed to help my nephew express his emotions during feelings of isolation in lockdown. You can Read More …

5 things Dads can do on Children’s Mental Health Week  

By Lauren Seager-Smith  Children’s Mental Health Week is taking place on 7-13 February 2022. The theme is Growing Together with a focus on overcoming challenges and setbacks.  Place2Becordinate the week, and they have developed a wealth of free resources to support parents and carers to get involved.   Developing Read More …

Five things you should know about prostate cancer

What do I know about prostate cancer? I knew it was bad, of course. All cancer is bad, right? I also knew that, along with testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer is one of the causes highlighted when men around the world Read More …

How does a Dad deal with their child being bullied?

How much of a problem is bullying? All children can be impacted by bullying. Research from Ditch the Label (2019) with over 2000 12–20-year-olds, found 22% had been bullied and 27% had witnessed bullying. When asked how it impacted them, 45% said it made them Read More …

Thought about sleep training? Here’s a guide for new parents. – By Belinda Moss

A lot of parents have tried a variety of sleep training methods in trying to get their babies to sleep peacefully through the night. A few fail to understand that during the baby’s first few months this may be an impossible feat as babies at Read More …

The forgotten narrative of a new dad – by ALaw

The forgotten narrative of a new dad Being a new mum isn’t easy but albeit differently, neither is being a new dad When my son was born, I had two weeks of paternity leave before I had to return to work. That’s it. Two weeks. In Read More …

Want to avoid the dad bod? 3 Gym tips for busy dads (part 1) – by Adrian Moore

Before I had my son, Zane, I used to train like a beast. Seven days a week, very often twice a day. Training has always been a hugely important part of my life.  I’ve never done it just to look good (it’s a bonus, though!). Read More …