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The Role of a Father: Why A Child Should Have Them Growing Up

Parents have vital roles in the child’s growth and development. Fathers have their responsibilities to fulfill, while mothers also have their duties that complement that of the fathers’. If you are a new father, you should consider undergoing fatherhood training in Bronx, New York, to get yourself used to the idea of being a father. … Continue reading

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Dad’s Guide to Fatherhood: What Can Expecting Fathers Do to Help

Congratulations, you’re pregnant! During pregnancy, there are many things to consider when you are an expecting father. And the first thing you need to think about is how you can help your wife during pregnancy and after delivery. Excitement and nervousness take over, especially to first-time dads. So to avoid confusion and stress, we are … Continue reading

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Being a Father and Husband to the People You Love

In some days of the year, you may set a special time to make your spouse feel special and loved. You can prepare and candlelight dinner or a movie date to make her feel remembered and valued. However, being a husband and a father goes beyond that. As a husband, spare some time solely for … Continue reading

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The Dad-Bod Should Not Be a Thing

When the “Dad-Bod” phenomenon became viral, a lot of people—men and women alike, have become positive in terms of men’s body-image. For many of them, the Dad-bod was seen to be a natural and human phase to go through. And a lot of men showed off their I-exercise-occasionally-and-enjoys-that-six-pack-beer-and-eight-slices-of-pizza kind of body. As a fatherhood training … Continue reading

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  • Fatherhood Training Center Location: 281 East Burnside Ave., Bronx, NY 10457 Contact Program Director, Julson Fabien, L.M.S.W Office: 718-299-6500 (Ext. 1027) Fax: 718-299-2855 Email: f4p_sbhs@yahoo.com