The Importance of Fathers Recognizing Mental Health: Lessons from “Why Fathers Cry at Night” and Other Personal Narratives
Personal narratives, like the heartfelt memoir “Why Fathers Cry at Night” by Kwame Alexander, can serve as valuable resources for fathers seeking support and understanding.
Celebrating Mother’s Day: The Cornerstone of Our Families
As we approach Mother’s Day, Fathers Incorporated would like to take a moment to celebrate and appreciate the incredible women who have touched our lives.
TOP 10 ACTIVITIES FOR FATHERS TO BOND WITH THEIR CHILDREN
The importance of dads engaging in bonding activities with their children cannot be overstated, as it plays a crucial role in shaping the emotional, cognitive, and social development of children.
Honoring Military Dads: Fathers Incorporated Celebrates National Military Appreciation Month
May is National Military Appreciation Month, a time when we come together as a nation to honor, remember, and appreciate those who serve and have served in our military.
Top 10 Trending Fatherhood Topics
The evolving landscape of fatherhood is marked by several trending topics that highlight the shifting roles, expectations, and challenges faced by modern dads.
Fathers Incorporated is Supporting Postpartum Awareness Week for the Health of Families and Communities
The United States has one of the highest infant mortality rates among developed nations, and this rate is alarmingly higher for African American women.
Introducing “Embracing Legitimation: A Supportive Guide for Moms” – Creating Stronger Families Through Legal Paternity
We’re excited to introduce our new brochure, “Embracing Legitimation: A Supportive Guide for Moms,” which is designed to empower and support mothers as they navigate the legal paternity process in Georgia.
Celebrating Second Chances and Embracing New Beginnings with Fathers Incorporated
In the spirit of Second Chance Month, we want to acknowledge the graduates of our Gentle Warriors Academy. These dedicated fathers have come to understand the crucial role they play in the lives of their children, even after making mistakes.