Being a dad is great for your health in many ways!
Unlike mums, dads don't transition naturally into fatherhood. So, don't blame them for not being fatherly all the time.
According to research, hands-on fathers have happier and more well-adjusted children.
By this time next year, you will be able to measure how ‘good’ a father you are with the ‘Better Fathering Index’ which is aimed at benchmarking a dad’s involvement in child raising.
Daughters are not the only ones who benefit from a positive father-daughter relationship. Here's how a dad appreciates the special bond he shares with his daughter and his advice for other dads.