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# stay-at-home-dad - Saturday 9 August, 2014

Stay at Home Dads: I was put through things a mother would never face to get custody
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# Stay At Home Dad

Stay at Home Dads: I was put through things a mother would never face to get custody

Aug 9th 2014, 7:00 PM 551 Views 84 Comments

I went through a long stressful time in the Family Law Courts trying in vain to get custody of of my children – but it was worth it.

Stay at Home Dads: 'For now, this is my career. My daughter is my priority.'
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# Fathers

Stay at Home Dads: 'For now, this is my career. My daughter is my priority.'

Aug 9th 2014, 12:00 PM 438 Views 87 Comments

As for the future, I will go back to work, in my own time. I feel the pressure of not having a “career” right now.

# stay-at-home-dad - Sunday 16 June, 2013

Column:  Fathers, appreciate time with your kids before they grow up
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: Fathers, appreciate time with your kids before they grow up

Jun 16th 2013, 7:30 PM 87 Views 13 Comments

Parenting isn’t always easy but don’t forget to savour the time you have with your children when you have the chance, writes Adrian Millar.

# stay-at-home-dad - Tuesday 4 June, 2013

Dads in Sweden staying home so mammies can go to work
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# Househusbands

Dads in Sweden staying home so mammies can go to work

Jun 4th 2013, 1:45 PM 10,088 Views 26 Comments

The country’s generous 16-month parental leave can be taken by either parent.

# stay-at-home-dad - Monday 3 June, 2013

Column: Being a stay-at-home father was challenging until I found my inner strength
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: Being a stay-at-home father was challenging until I found my inner strength

Jun 3rd 2013, 7:30 PM 182 Views 37 Comments

Fathers who choose to be the primary care-givers come up against some challenging attitudes – but once they begin to believe in themselves as parents, they can really appreciate the rewards of bringing up children, writes Adrian Millar.