By providing daily affirmations tailored to the experiences of Black fathers, “Strength of the Father” encourages a regular, transformative dialogue with the self.
The brochure’s easy-to-understand language, combined with its actionable advice, makes it a valuable resource for fathers at all stages of parenting.
Men’s health is not just a men’s issue; it is a societal one. The outcomes have an indirect impact on families, communities, and our economy as a whole.
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.
For many men, asking for help can be a daunting prospect. There are various reasons why men might be hesitant to seek support, including social conditioning, stigma, and a fear of vulnerability.
FATHERS INCORPORATED NAMED A RECIPIENT OF THE LATEST ROUND OF THE MLB “HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS COMMUNITY GRANT” PROGRAM
Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) today announced the sixth round of recipients for the joint “Healthy Relationships Community Grant” program.
“At some point in their life every man is vulnerable.”
May is Mental Health Awareness Month…Fathers Incorporated will be sharing information particularly for Black Families.
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