Happy Dad

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I’m here to help. Or at least try to guide you away from some of the numerous Dad fails I’ve made in the past.
When is comes to parenting advice I think men are fairly overlooked. Is it possible for a man to be sensitive and present enough to appreciate their child being (7th snowflake from the left) at the same time as being a bread-winning, spider-removing investigator of bumps in the night?
If it is possible, how do you also stay sane when you’re suddenly expected to do this 30% more work on 30% less energy?

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Hello, I’m James and I’m a married dad of 3 awesome kids. I’m also a wannabe ukulele playing Brazilian Jui Jitsu legend, sorry that’s not relevant at all. When I became a dad in 2012 there didn’t seemed to be much in the way of parenting advice for dads. Sadly I still don’t think there is. I don’t have all the answers but I do have some. In these (some free, some hopefully fairly priced) e books and video tutorials I think you may find some support or at least find a hopefully entertaining and positive perspective of how to be a dad and not lose yourself or your mind in the process.