Practical Fatherhood Pack

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Fathers coming into Pregnancy Resource Centers need simple and practical advice on how to be the dad that their children need. This set of 2 modules with the DVD collection is aimed at your client base. Each lesson uses examples and advice designed for fathers who aren’t necessarily married to the mother. It addresses the real and pressing needs that a father experiences and creates a challenge to put in more effort, time, and love.

The DVDs were created just for the dads in the EWYL program. The videos have the information that will make a difference and the content that will keep their attention. The result is 10 lessons, all DVD based!

Each lesson is written in simple language and starts with an illustrative true story. Each lesson is uncomplicated, full of encouragement and designed to challenge the client. The topics covered range from discipline to role-modeling to spending time with the family. The content includes the reasons why it is important to do what is right along with inspiration for moving beyond those difficult moments. Examples of how to apply these principles in their life can be found throughout the lessons. This series is perfect for fathers who are expecting or who already have children below the age of 18. Use this pack to teach, challenge and grow good dads into great fathers.


Real Time - Many parents know that spending time with your child is important and this lesson makes that clear. But it goes beyond to say that time spent must be REAL. REAL is Relevant, Expected, Attentive and Loving. Using personal stories to introduce the topic this lesson will help fathers understand that their child needs them to be there for them, not just in the same area, but as involved parts of their children’s lives. ©2013
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Role Models - A father is a role model whether they want to be or not. A loving father is a role model for being loving and an absent father is a role model for avoiding responsibility. This lesson gives practical and real ways in which fathers can be positive role models for their children by walking them through their priorities in life. ©2013
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Respect for Mothers - No one want to hear bad things said about their moms and children are even more sensitive to hearing their mother insulted. This lesson walks the father through the weaponized triangle that hurts the children when they mother is attacked. It deals practically and sympathetically to the situations of broken relationships, but it is also clear that attacking a child’s mother is harmful. ©2013
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Being a Leader - Being a leader is important for every father – but what does a leader do? This lesson lays out the simple and practical ways a father can lead in providing, protecting and preparing and how being a leader involves working hard and serving others. ©2013
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Discipline Foundation - Discipline is not all about punishment. Being a good father that disciplines correctly requires a Strong Hand and a Soft Heart and a Smart Head. A strong hand doesn’t allow bad behavior to continue, a soft heart understands the situation and gives grace where needed, and a smart head understands that issues are born of circumstances. Each of these is discussed on a practical level on how to have all of these in discipline for children. ©2013
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Discipline Guidelines - Although parenting is always unique to the child, there are some basic guidelines that will help fathers in their parenting. These are discussed with practical application and are, “Don’t discipline a childish child,” “Discipline to fit the behavior,” “Discipline to fit the age”, “Discipline to fit the child”, “Discipline to fit the situation,” “Discipline Creatively,” “Don’t give a consequence you can’t follow through on,” “Use physical discipline sparingly,” “Discipline without shame,” and “Discipline to teach.” ©2013
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Situational Discipline - In every discipline situation a parent must Think, Teach, and Follow Through. This lesson covers practical and realistic responses to tantrums, hitting/fighting/pushing and disobedience. It also talks about behaviors which may be signs of something more that needs to be looked into deeper. ©2013
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Being Consistent - Many kids have learned to hate promises. They’ve heard too many “sincere” promises that are never kept. Each time they get their hopes up and then get let down, they become a little harder. A father needs to be change this by being there, keeping his word, ending excuses and apologizing/changing when needed. ©2013
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