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Dadditude

The Self-Care App Helping Dads Become More Confident Parents and Partners.

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Dad Creating A Bond With Baby

Coaching Guide with Dr. Anna Machin
One of the most common concerns for new dads is how to form a bond with their baby. This coaching guide prepared by Dadditude in collaboration with 'dad scientist' Dr Anna Machin will take you on a journey through the biology and psychology of baby attachment, and includes advice and tips to create that bond, before and long after birth.

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Dad's Patience Under Stress

Coaching Guide with Dr. Steven Richfield
Of all the challenges we face as dads, keeping our cool when events around us are spinning out of control is one of the most daunting. This coaching guide prepared by Dadditude in collaboration with clinical psychologist Dr Steven Richfield will guide you through the pitfalls and offer practical strategies for self-management of our stressors.

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Be more reflective, present and confident in yourself and with your kids

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