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A New Father’s Voice – eBook

Every new father waits for the birth of their new baby with no idea what to expect or how their life will be changed. This eBook from Jeremy can really help! A New Father’s Voice is a collection of the most important pieces of information every new father needs to know. To download the e-book, click here: A New Father’s Voice

“Becoming a new dad will be one of – if not the greatest experience of your life. Your life is about to be irrevocably changed, but not all for the good or bad. Sure, you will have less sleep and less time with your partner, but you will develop the most pure relationship any human can create. Your love and affection and warmth and admiration and enjoyment of your child will make a difference in his/her life that will last for as long as they live. Yes, there is pressure in becoming a dad, but try to think of it as an opportunity. You really can make a difference by being the best dad you can be.”

A New Father’s Voice eBook includes 10 articles discussing the challenges and rewards of having a new baby and everything that comes with it. A list of the articles appears below:

What I Have Instead

8 Pieces of Advice for A New Father

For Expecting Fathers, Don’t Expect An Immediate Connection

Juggling Life As A New Father

I Am Their Daddy Their Daddy Is Me

Making Note of My Parental Power

Education Can Break Damaging Father Stereotypes

Don’t Believe the Hype! Good Fathers Make the Difference

Fathers Are Not Like Mothers…But Together They Make A Great Team

Ever Shifting Priorities: Managing Our Goals and Priorities On A Daily Basis

To download the e-book, click here: A New Father’s Voice

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