Dad, we know you struggle to manage it all....
Whether it’s balancing your time and energy, connecting with your wife and kids more, or overcoming the constant feeling that you’ve let someone down – you just can’t shake the feeling that you’re not doing enough. You're tired, overwhelmed, feeling alone and like a failure.
But it doesn't have to be this way. You can be a great dad and feel connected to the most important people in your life.
"If you are facing connecting challenges, you can overcome them with connecting choices."
John C. Maxwell
We're here for you.
"As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another"
At Connected Dads we know the challenges being a dad presents, the pain it can cause, and the resulting guilt you feel. We know because we've been where you are now. But we also know the great reward it provides.
By bringing dads together in community we've learned how to help men thrive in their roles at home, and in the rest of their lives.
We’re here to strengthen and support you on the journey. Based on the proven leadership systems of John C. Maxwell (#1 New York Times bestselling author, most influential leadership expert in the world by Business Insider and Inc. Magazine) our coaching and accelerator groups immediately give you the tools needed to lead yourself and your family.
Are you ready to overcome mistakes, break the negative cycle of your past and transform your relationships? Get connected today.
Here are some ways you can start:
A Dad's Guide To Connecting
Hey Dads, could you use a little help with family life? If so, get started today by downloading our free guide:
5 Simple Ways To Connect With Your Family: Build Trust, Gain Respect, Win Their Hearts
Are you showing up at your best for the people who matter most?
Depending on where you landed on this scale, chances are there could be some improvement. In fact, when you look at the statistics, there is a direct correlation between the level of a dad’s involvement and the health of their kids. Research clearly proves that an engaged dad directly impacts the developmental, psychological, and sociological outcomes for children.
The evidence is compelling:
Involved dads improve their children’s overall emotional and social well-being
Involved dads reduce mom’s parenting stress
Children living without their father in the home are 47% more likely to live in poverty
Men with absent fathers are more likely to become absent fathers themselves
Women with absent fathers are more likely to have children with absent fathers
Boys have fewer behavioural problems and girls have fewer psychological problems when they have involved dads
What would it be like if we had more engaged and involved dads? What impact would it have had on you, or your kids, if you had or were a more involved dad?
Chances are you know most of this already. The challenge might be that if you’re a dad, you just don’t know how to get there. And if you’re a mom, you don’t know how to help him get there. If that’s the case, Connected Dads is here to help.
"Parenting effectively depends above all on your connection to your child. Period."
Dr. Laura Markham