Having been to a private school, my take on it is “yes and no”. I genuinely don’t think the quality of teaching is really any better. The difference is the quality of student. Please don’t take that to mean “posh kids are better”, or “privately-educated kids are all bright kids” because I don’t. There is still bullying, and there are still all…[Read more]
Dominic Hayhoe replied to the topic Wife has admitted to cheating and want to leave anyway in the forum The DadsNet Forum 1 day, 1 hour ago
I think you’ve been very honest.
What are you worried about exactly?
Try to settle things amicably, but if you do have to go through the CSA (or whatever it’s called these days) just prove your salary with your payslips. They can’t take what you don;t have.
Always best to try and be civil and amicable for the sake of the children, and your…[Read more]
Living in the West Midlands.
Soon to be first time Dad at the ripe old age of 48.
So thought I would join the group to pick up some info as required and have a little look around.
Currently 7 days over our due date…..
Hi I am currently being treated for PTSD and depression after the birth of my son 5 and half months ago. My wife and I were going through a normal birth and boom all of a sudden things turned really bad. So ended up with emergency c section and then my son being taken from theater to neo natal.he wasn’t breathing and had a very poor heart rhythm,…[Read more]
Here at The Dadsnet we were curious to know what our Dads thought were the best YouTube channels for children. The Dadsnet Community was quick to respond! So we’ve gone ahead and collated their recommendations […]
Barry O started the topic Wife has admitted to cheating and want to leave anyway in the forum The DadsNet Forum 3 days, 21 hours ago
I have a 6 an an 8 year old. I haven’t been the best husband in that I leave a lot of the organising to my wife such a schooling. I played computer games too much and did little round he hose.However my wife when confronted of he apparent affair more recently admitted it and is planning a future together with the man. I am worried as I only earn…[Read more]
Did you know the UK Government has a campaign to raise awareness of SPL?
Neither did we, so here at The Dadsnet we thought we’d share what we have found out, to make sure our expectant Dads are well informed. […]
The thing that really breaks it though is money. If anything employers should be supporting their workforce. The government can give only so much which we understand. Shouldn’t the employer match it? After all you get holiday pay at same rate as a day of work which costs the employer. To the most part twice as someone would have to cover that shift.
The amount of empathy anyone requires is entirely bespoke.
From your post, it sounds like what you need is to open really good communication channels with your Fiance.
Have you told her how you feel, really? Have you sat down with her and told her how it affects you?
Although feeling lonely and isolated is common among new dads (and men in general) many men find it hard to talk about it, with their partners or anyone else. Here at The Dadsnet, our members found the right […]
I hope no one minds me posting this, it’s can be really difficult to recruit male participants, so I thought fellow parents might be a little more helpful. Participation will be greatly appreciated! The survey is about attitudes towards online behaviours, relationships, men and women, and defining sexual harassment.
*Volunteers needed for…[Read more]
Tried to add my details to the welcome Dad section, but won’t accept.
Do us guys know how much empathy a woman really requires or expects?
I don’t seem to offer enough, but get no time to myself, except when in my car going to and from work. When I get home I entertain the kids so my fiancée can finish dinner. Get them ready for bed…[Read more]
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