First Time Father Anxiety Support Community For Mental Health Help Site Launched

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A new educational website for new fathers has been launched. helps expectant fathers deal with the anxiety of becoming a first-time dad, including several topics such as how to be a good role model, how to take care of one’s partner, and how to support a growing family.

More details can be found at was launched this year to address the growing number of families in the country. According to the latest statistics, more women got pregnant last year than in previous years. Experts believe that a major reason behind this phenomenon is more people being confined to their homes.

These statistics further suggest that there are more first-time parents than have been seen in previous years. Psychologists explain that while there are plenty of educational resources for first-time mothers, far fewer are available for first-time fathers.

The founders of filled this need by creating a simple educational website for expectant fathers. The website begins by explaining the seven key roles a father should play, from being a protector of his children and partner to being a good provider of his family.

These seven roles can be downloaded as a one-page infographic which readers can print out and place on the walls of their homes.

With the slogan of “because when men are good fathers, the world is a better place”, believes that men should be given the right support to learn how to be a good father to their children, as well as lover to their partners. The website hopes to help first-time dads talk about their anxiety safely.

The website is also a community hub where first-time fathers can chat and interact with each other. This helps first-time dads share parenting tips and make new friends. also features a short “dad concerns” questionnaire in which dads can share their fears about being a first-time parent.

Spokespeople at say, “Being a dad for the first time can be pretty scary. This new site gives you support and training to be the dad you’re capable of becoming.”

Interested parties can find more information at

Contact Info:
Name: Brian McAboy
Email: Send Email
Organization: Preparing For Fatherhood
Address: 259 1/2 Gloucester Circle West, Grand Junction, CO 81503, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89002544