Becoming a better father

I was raised with a stepfather who was absent (when he wasn’t being abusive), and in looking back in my parenting style, I feel like I’ve been a relatively absent father in a lot of ways. Jim Rohn says, if you want to be happy, study happiness. If you want to be wealthy, study wealth. It occurs to me that if I want to be a better father, I should study fatherhood. Here are some of the things I’m studying. This is mainly a list for me to bring me back to this practice, but maybe some of my male readers will find it helpful. If you have suggestions for other resources, please comment here!

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