School of Fatherhood
Become the Father You Hoped You'd Be
Let’s cut the bull: becoming a dad for the first time is not straightforward. It’s definitely not easy.
No matter how many books you read before your baby arrived.
No matter how pumped you were to meet your kiddo for the first time.
You’re facing a completely new phase of life. One that comes with complex issues that don’t seem to have straightforward solutions.
You might be fighting with your partner more since parenthood. Maybe you’re feeling insecure and uncertain about your place in the family. Frustrated by all of the change.
Maybe you’re wondering if you can handle all of this, or if this is all one big mistake. Most men report feeling little lost, especially in the first year.
If you’re here, reading this, I already know that you know this.
And if you’re here, you’re already doing what thoughtful, pragmatic and involved fathers do: you’re doing your research and working to be the best parent and partner you can be.
Lots of people will tell you that the frustration is normal—and it is! It’s still not easy, and I get it. I’ve been where you are. I read all of the books, I took the classes, I got a PhD in Developmental Psychology—the works.
Translating what I learned into action? Harder than I thought it’d be, for sure. Finding a class for fathers that helps bridge the gap between learning something and doing something was nearly impossible. That’s where the School of Fatherhood comes in.
In this six-week course, you’ll meet in person once a week with a small group of other new fathers, all of whom are in the thick of it along with you. It’s not all talking about feelings, and it’s not all lectures like the ones you took in school. Each class is designed to be practical and useful, targeting the most common and difficult experiences men have in the first year of fatherhood.
You’ll grow to get a better handle on what it means to be a father in this first year.
You’ll come to understand how your relationship has changed, how you’ve changed, and what the future might look like.
You’ll learn new skills—ones that often help ease the stress of caring for a new little being, help you grow and improve your romantic relationship, and support your efforts to keep yourself on track.
You’ll get all of this surrounded by other guys in the same position—guys who get what it means to be a new dad. Men who take fatherhood seriously enough to tackle the challenge head on.
Men like you.
Classes are forming today. Join us—for your kiddo, for your partner, and for you. Click the link below to get started.