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Helping Fathers be better Dads

Delaware Fatherhood and Family Coalition - Tuesday, October 21, 2014

 Helping Fathers be better Dads


The summit was a wonderful endeavor to engage fathers in the community on the importance of fatherhood. The messages received from all the speakers and workshop presenters were the same “helping Fathers be better Dads”. I am very hopeful that all who attended the summit also received that message. As the famous African proverb goes “it takes a village to raise a child” I came from the summit saying “it takes a village to help Fathers be better Dads”, that’s what Delaware Fatherhood Family Coalition accomplished over the weekend.

There are several things, as a village, which we can do in Helping Fathers be better Dads. First, we need to praise Fathers whenever appropriate. When a father handle a situation well with their children, let him know and be specific when he does it right. Second, support fathers in front of their children. Never disrespect a father in front of their children. It is not only embarrassing but it will also make him defensive. Third, encourage fathers to be a man, children need both father and mother influence in their life. It is very important to understand and value the different influences it have on the children. Most importantly, we need to give fathers their space. It’s agreeable that fathers and mothers both love their children, however they show it in a different way. Give fathers a little room to be adventurous with their children and to teach them in their own unique way. Value the differences and understand that children need their fatherly influences of be a well-rounded child.

So readers, the key to “Helping Fathers be better Dads” are to praise him, support him, encourage him and give him his Space.

Anticipation to Delaware Devoted Dad’s Summit

Delaware Fatherhood and Family Coalition - Thursday, October 09, 2014

Anticipation to Delaware Devoted Dad’s Summit

By. Ajawavi Ajavon
DAB Mediation Consultant, LLC.

October, the air is crisp, the leaves are changing and falling of the trees and Halloween is right around the corner. Football is consuming our way of life on Monday and Thursday nights and all day Sunday and then there is DDD (Delaware Devoted Dad’s) Summit, a father for life. The anticipation is mounting, everyone is eager, and gearing up for this phenomenal summit. It will uplift, enlighten, empower, and encourage fathers to build responsible fatherhood, build healthy relationships and build successful parenting skills. Fathers are coming from all over the tri-state area to attend the 5th annual Delaware Devoted Dad’s summit. Fathers will receive information and support at this two day summit that will last a lifetime. This summit will bring an awareness to the community about the importance fatherhood.

Fathers, get ready for this two day adventure in the world of Fatherhood this experience will be invigorating and inspiring. This is your opportunity to ask questions and share ideas about your situation. There will be others who share the same situation and ideas as you. There will be professionals and subject matter experts that can answer your questions or point you in the right direction to get your questions answered. After the summit, Delaware Fatherhood Family Coalition would welcome your comments on this blog or in the comment section on their page. Thanks and enjoy the summit.

About DFFC

The Delaware Fatherhood & Family Coalition is an extension of the Promoting Safe and Stable Families Program and the Responsible Fatherhood Initiative created specifically to give a voice to fathers and the importance of their involvement for the well-being of their children.

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