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         Fathering:     more books (102)
  1. Championship Fathering by Carey Casey, 2009-04-02
  2. Fathering Right from the Start: Straight Talk About Pregnancy, Birth, and Beyond (Pregnant Fathers) by Ph.D. Jack HeinowitzPh.D., 2001-05-10
  3. Fathering Words: The Making of an African American Writer by E. Ethelbert Miller, 2001-06-11
  4. Fathering Your Toddler by Armin A. Brott, 2005-05-01
  5. Fathering Like the Father by Kenneth O. Gangel, Jeffrey S. Gangel, 2003-01-01
  6. Fathering: Strengthening Connection With Your Children No Matter Where You Are by Will Glennon, 1995-06-01
  7. Mothering and Fathering by Tine Thevenin, 1993-06-01
  8. Fathering Your School-Age Child: A Dad's Guide to the Wonder Years by Armin A. Brott, 2007-04-13
  9. Covering Home: Lessons on the Art of Fathering from the Game of Baseball by Jack Petrash, 2003-04-01
  10. The Search for Lost Fathering: Rebuilding Your Father Relationship by James L., M.d. Schaller, 1995-03
  11. Generative Fathering: Beyond Deficit Perspectives (Current Issues in the Family) Volume 3
  12. Fathering The Next Generation: Men Mentoring Men by William Jarema, 1995-01-25
  13. Fathering Through Sport and Leisure
  14. Contemporary Fathering: Theory, Policy and Practice by Brid Featherstone, 2009-04-15

Tips, programs and training for fathers looking to become a better dad.

Regular Price: $13.99 Save 20% FEATURED PRODUCT Championship Fathering
by Carey Casey Championship Fathers aren't perfect. They just keep practicing the three fundamentals of being an effective dad: loving, coaching, and modeling. That takes a game plan, and Carey Casey's got it. Using a lifetime of heart-touching personal stories and revealing research from the National Center for Fathering, he'll "school you up" on the most important—and rewarding—position you'll ever play. See the book page , where you'll find links to Tony Dungy's foreword and the first chapter, as well as a small-group discussion guide.
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2. Home Page - The Center For Successful Fathering
Research based, tested and proven effective curriculum for parent educators to get and keep dads involved with their children.
home site info search The contributions of a Dad are unique and important for children. Yet, getting fathers involved with their children is often difficult because:
  • Our society tells men their primary purpose is to bring home a paycheck.
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3. Fathering Magazine | Fatherhood | Fathers | Dads | Family
The online magazine for fathers who enjoy family and value fatherhood. fathering resources for involved dads who want to strengthen their fathering relationship with their sons

4. Fathering Magazine
fathering Magazine The online magazine for men with families.
Fathering Magazine at The online magazine for men with families.

5. Fathering: NYM Ministries
Resources on fathering to encourage Fathers and give guidance and support to fulfill their rolls in the lives of their families.
Offering literature of the hope of Christ's love and healing to youth and families. Order online or call 807 . 937 . 4421 Log In Register items in your cart.
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Home Fathering Resources on Fathering to encourage Fathers and give guidance and support to fulfill their rolls in the lives of their families. Sort By: Newest to System Alphabetical Price (Highest to Lowest) Price (Lowest to Highest) View: Text Thumb-Single Column Thumb-Double Column Two Column Two Column Box Thumb-Three Columns Father Studies Product ID : FAS
A set of 52 lessons, each with a Bible study, application, a true story and family activities to do with your wife and children. 112 pages.
Growing as a Father
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Help in finding out how to become the man God created you to be, resolving family conflicts, learning how to forgive, child discipline and enriching your marriage. 214 pages, soft cover.
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6. National Center For Fathering --
Thanks for visiting! Use these quick links to This site is dedicated to all men who seek to be better fathers and fatherfigures.

fathering resources from Dr. Sears, author of many popular child care books.
FATHERING Topics you will find: Becoming A Dad: Dr. Bill's Story
10 Tips to Help Fathers Become Disciplinarians

A Letter from a Daughter to her Father

Fathers Wearing Babies
Attachment Parenting Fathering

Frequent Father Concerns: Wife's Too Attached
Kids Driving Wife Crazy

Father Tips for Comforting Fussy Babies

Fathers Modeling Sexuality
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BECOMING A DAD: DR. BILL'S STORY Career before children? Dads, let me share with you how I blew it with our first three children. Our first two came at a time when I was learning to be a doctor, and the third as I was getting a practice started. I bought into the philosophy of putting career pursuits ahead of everything. Having grown up without a father, I had no model of the importance of the father in child rearing. Besides, Martha was such a good mother. I felt I didn't need to be available. As with many fathers, I planned to get involved when the boys were old enough to throw a football. Big mistake! Know your child. Lesson number one for fathers: In order to discipline your children, you have to know them. And to know them, you have to be involved in nurturing them. Except for breastfeeding, there is nothing about babycare that father can't be involved in to some extent. I discovered I needed to hold our children more and open myself up to respond sensitively to their cries as best I could. I needed to realize that they needed what I had to offer as their father. My family needed me to be available to them.

8. Forestdale - Fathering Initiative
Forestdale provide services to children and families in the borough of Queens. Serving the community since 1854. Our programs include Foster Care, Adoption, Preventive, and the
Forestdale, Inc.
Forestdale Fathering Initiative
The Forestdale Fathering Initiative is a multi -faceted program designed to offer an array of services to young fathers in a supportive and culturally sensitive manner. These services will help men understand their roles and responsibilities as fathers, as well as assist them in the care of their children.
What services are available
  • Rap sessions and peer support group for dads Parent education classes and fatherhood workshops Counseling and crisis intervention Information and referral to services Case management Computer access for employment search
Who can participate
  • The program is open to all fathers from all ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds
Volunteers needed
  • This program seeks men with extra time and interest in working with young fathers. Must be good listener and have a minimum of 1 hour per week to spend with a father. Orientation and training are part of the process. A one year commitment is asked when ready to match.
If you would like more information about the Forestdale Fathering Initiative, please call

9. Christian Fathers, Fathering From A Christian Perspective
Articles and resources to help Christian fathers.
Raising a
Modern Day Knight
Daily Devotions
Elizabeth Elliot
C.H. Spurgeon's Daily
30 Important Things You Should Do As a Father
by Mark Brandenberg
In the chaos of modern life, it's easy to lose sight of many of the important things you can do as a father. Here's a list of some of the more important ones: more 3 Ways to Spend Time With Your Teenage Daughter
by Rachel Paxton
The older my daughter gets the more it's sinking in that I don't have much time left to spend with her! She's turning 16 in a couple of months, and I know I won't be seeing her much after she gets her driver's more A Father’s Lead, a Daughter’s Vision by Adrienne Carlson more 13 MORE Fun Things to Do With Your Teenage Daughter by Carl Caton Wow! I liked Rachel Paxton's article above. Some great ideas. Here's a few more and a request to send in your ideas as well. more Funny Fatherhood Public Service Annoucements!

10. Fathering | Define Fathering At
–noun 1. a male parent. 2. a fatherin-law, stepfather, or adoptive father. 3. any male ancestor, esp. the founder of a race, family, or line; progenitor. 4. a man who

11. Father - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
fathering redirects here. For the journal, see fathering (journal). A father is defined as a male parent of any type of offspring. The adjective paternal
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Fathering Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Father (disambiguation) "Dad" redirects here. For other uses, see Dad (disambiguation) "Fatherhood" redirects here. For other uses, see Fatherhood (disambiguation) "Fathering" redirects here. For the journal, see Fathering (journal) "Pops" redirects here. For other uses, see Pops (disambiguation) This article may need to be rewritten entirely to comply with Wikipedia's quality standards You can help . The discussion page may contain suggestions. (March 2009) Father with child A father is defined as a male parent of any type of offspring. The adjective "paternal" refers to father, parallel to "maternal" for mother . The verb 'to father' means to procreate or to sire a child.
edit Father-child relationship
The father-child relationship is the defining factor of the fatherhood role in life. A 'Dad' does not always have to be a child's biological father. Some children refer to their stepfathers as dad. A Father is known as a man who exercises paternal care over other persons. Most fathers are naturally protective, supportive, and responsible and are able to provide a number of significant benefits to themselves, their communities, and their children.

12. Fathering Resources: Your Child: University Of Michigan Health System
fathering Resources. Why are dads important? More and more research shows that involved fathers provide something special in their children’s lives.

13. Fathering And Family Institute: Parent And Community Education
The fathering and Family Institute is a place for parents with children of all ages to learn new skills, share experiences and develop community ties.

14. RESPONSIBLE FATHERING: An Overview And Conceptual Framework
William J. Doherty, Ph.D., Edward F. Kouneski, M.A., and Martha Farrell Erickson, Ph.D. of the University of Minnesota. September, 1996. This report was prepared for the
William J. Doherty, Ph.D., Edward F. Kouneski, M.A., and Martha Farrell Erickson, Ph.D. of the University of Minnesota. September, 1996.
The principal implication for fathering programs is that these programs should involve a wide range of interventions, reflecting the multiple domains of responsible fathering, the varied residential and marital circumstances of fathers, and the array of personal, relational, and ecological factors that influence men as fathers. In particular, fathering programs should:
  • involve mothers where feasible and, especially for unmarried fathers, families of origin;
  • promote collaborative coparenting inside and outside marriage;
  • emphasize critical transitions such as birth of the child and divorce of the parents;
  • deal with employment, economic issues, and community systems;
  • provide opportunities for fathers to learn from other fathers; and
  • promote the viability of caring, committed, and collaborative marriages.
  • 15. Welcome To Fathering Impact International | Fathering Impact Int.
    You are welcome to fathering Impact International! We are a dynamic movement that is sweeping the nation with the message of quality fatherhood – calling all fathers to a
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    Fathering the unfathered!
    Welcome To Fathering Impact International
    You are welcome to Fathering Impact International
    At Fathering Impact International we are revolutionarizing the role of responsible fatherhood by inspiring and equipping men to be more engaged in the lives of their children and family. We carry a great vision and have the heart and sense of mission that shall benefit many African nations and Africans in the Diaspora
    I am hereby introducing the Fathering Impact International Rev Kingsley Vander-Puije
    Founder / President
    Mission Statement "To advocate the restoration of responsible fathering, encouraging effective fatherhood, by empowering, and equipping fathers to become mentors in the lives of their children".
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    16. FATHERS.COM is the premier online resource for every day dads. Created by the National Center for fathering, provides researchbased training, practical tips and

    17. Single Issue (International Research On Fathering)
    fathering A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice about Men as Fathers Volume 6 *umber 2 Spring2008 Special Issue International Research on fathering Guest Editors Rudy Seward

    18. Fathering
    National fathering Resources AtHome Dads at is the online resource, reference and network for Stay At Home Dads (SAHD) and their
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    At-Home Dads at
    is the online resource, reference and network for Stay At Home Dads (SAHD) and their families. The site provides dads with a searchable collection of articles and media clips written by, for, and about primary caregiving fathers. It also hosts multiple web sites for at home dads, including independent SAHD groups and several local Dad-to-Dad chapters, all of whose missions are to help dads connect with each other in their local areas. About Fatherhood
    This site offers articles, links, forums and other resources for fathers.
    Boot Camp for New Fathers

    Boot Camp For New Dads is an innovative workshop for first-time fathers with the mission to assure every child the opportunity for a caring and capable father beginning with birth. Led by Boot Camp veterans and their babies, under the direction of a trained coach, this program enables new fathers to step up to the challenges of being a dad and feel confident about bringing their new baby home. E-mail: Gary Radvansky document.write(''); //>

    19. Fatherwork
    fathering Activities; Infants (018 months) Toddlers (18-36 months) Three Year Olds; Four and Five Year Olds; Six to Eight Year Olds; Eight to Twelve Year Olds
    Home Site Map Feedback Developed and edited by David C. Dollahite, Ph.D. Alan J. Hawkins, Ph.D.
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      Stories About Fathering Ideas About Fathering Fathering Activities Fathering Surveys ... Metaphors About Fathering Fathering Activities Infants (0-18 months) Toddlers (18-36 months) Three Year Olds Four and Five Year Olds ... Late Adolescents (15-18 years) The lists within each activity module present generative activities that fathers can do with/for their children. These activities are organized into 15 categories or dimensions that our colleague Rob Palkovitz developed and published in chapter 13 of Generative Fathering A variety of activities are listed by developmental stage of the child and in each of the 15 fathering dimensions, so that a father may assess himself and gain ideas for the future care of his children in their particular developmental stage. We do not propose that a father must do every activity on the listthey are not checklists. They are more like a menu, offering suggestions from which each father can choose the activities most beneficial for his children and his situation. Many of the activities also involve the children's mother. We realize that some situations do not allow the mother to be easily involved, and thus we suggest that each father should tailor the activities to fit his family's circumstances.

    20. Divorced Father's Network
    Dedicated to improving the lives of children, fathers and mothers by supporting engaged, effective fathering during and after divorce.
    Divorced Father's Network
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    Divorced Fathers Network Advocates of Shared Parenting
    The men and women involved in the Divorced Fathers Network believe in cooperative relationships between former spouses. Why? Because research shows that co-parenting provides children with the best chance to be successful adults. The Divorced Fathers Network was started in 1988 by Steve Ashley, residing in Santa Cruz, California. Currently there are 7 chapters in Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Monterey, San Francisco, and Alameda Counties. The Divorced Fathers Network is a non profit 501(c)(3) peer support organization. Local chapters sponsor free weekly co-parenting classes, individual mentoring for fathers, recreational activities for families, and their friends. Fathers throughout the United States are studying Steve's book, Fathers are Forever: A Co-Parenting Guide for the 21st Century. To read the first chapter click here (PDF) The booklet Starting a Divorced Fathers Network Chapter , also written by Steve Ashley, is part of a kit used to create new chapters. New Divorced Fathers Network Chapters are launched each year. More than 1.5 million American children experience divorce every year. Extensive research shows when both the mother and father remain involved in their children’s lives after divorce their children then have the best chance to succeed, in their education, work and personal relationships.

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