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Thursday, July 7, 2022

5 Tips for Improving Co-Parenting Relationship


Dads’ Resource Center explains cooperative co-parenting and tips for doing it

STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania – (July 7, 2022) – With millions of divorced people co-parenting around the country, they must have the tools and information they need to do it successfully. While there are different ways of co-parenting, some will lead to better results and less stress, making them worth learning about and trying to implement. Dads' Resource Center helps put cooperative co-parenting in the spotlight so that more people can have a positive experience and better outcomes.

 

"Relationships don’t always work out, but when there are children involved parents can’t just walk away.” said Dads’ Resource Center Executive Director Jeffrey Steiner. “When you have children you are committed to them for life. If parents separate, they need to find a way to work together on behalf of their sons and daughters.”

 

Many divorced parents have the child going to each home and having a different experience. There are different rules, and there's very little communication between the parents and a lot of stress results. This is referred to as parallel parenting because there are two lives and experiences parallel to one another. While it's common, it's not an ideal situation.

 

A more peaceful route that brings about a better experience and healthier outcomes is cooperative co-parenting. This is when the two parents agree to be unified in raising their child. They both communicate effectively regarding the child, there is low conflict, and the child gets a more seamless experience. This requires parents to set aside any anger or resentment they have for one another and to put the child's needs and health first.

 

Here are 5 tips for improving co-parenting relationships:

  • Become cooperative. Make a goal of adopting a cooperative co-parenting relationship. Both parents need to be on board with this to succeed.
  • Choose communication. Determine what communication style works best and then stick with it whenever possible. Some people prefer texting, while others would rather have phone calls.
  • Get scheduled. Create a schedule that works for both parents so there are no questions about how the week or month will go. Both parents need to be somewhat flexible, so there is wiggle room for unexpected things that may arise.
  • Create consistency. Kids need consistency from one home to the other when it comes to the rules and expectations. Agree to some household rules across both houses, especially regarding curfews and activities not allowed.
  • Get help. Some people may struggle to put a cooperative co-parenting plan in place. That doesn’t mean it’s time to give up. Instead, seek professional help from someone who can give guidance on the topic. It may be something that needs to be worked on over time.

Children today face extraordinary pressure,” said Dads’ Resource Center Founder and Chair Dr. Joel N. Myers. “With the internet and social media, they are bombarded by negative outside influences. The high costs for post-secondary education and our rapidly evolving job market make it increasingly difficult for them to plan for their future. Now more than ever, there is an urgent need for both parents to be fully involved in the upbringing and lives of their children.”

 

Dads' Resource Center was started by Dr. Myers, a father of eight and the founder and CEO of AccuWeather. The mission is to help combat the issues associated with children growing up without their fathers in the home. At its heart, the center is a child advocacy organization that aims to ensure that each child has the appropriate involvement and contributions from both parents. 

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

8 Ways Single Dads Can Have Affordable Fun with their Children This Summer

Dads’ Resource Center offers ways dads can make memories without busting the bank


STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania – (June 22, 2022) – With school out, many single dads will have a chance to spend more time with their children. As inflation pushes the cost of things higher, many people are looking for affordable ways to have fun with their kids this summer. The good news is that there are many cheap ways that dads can spend quality time with their kids and still keep the costs down. Creating memories doesn't have to cost a pretty penny, especially when you have a list of fun, affordable activities to keep in mind.

 

"Most single dads are living on a tight budget,” said Dads’ Resource Center Executive Director Jeffrey Steiner. “One of the benefits of good weather is that it provides endless opportunities for low-cost father family adventures.”

 

Summer break is when kids get to unwind and have fun. It's also that time when they enjoy being with their family more. Whether dad gets to spend weekends, a week, or a month with their kids over the summer, it's essential to take the time to make memories.

 

Here are 8 ways single dads can have affordable fun with their children this summer:

  • Outdoor movie. Look for ones being held in the community or create one in the yard. Films can be projected onto the garage door, or a sheet hung between trees. Set up chairs and invite some friends for an outdoor movie experience.
  • Go camping. Staying at state parks to camp is usually affordable, but finding an opening can often be challenging. Look for a place with sites available, but if there are none, pitch the tent in the backyard and camp anyway. Backyard camping can be just as fun, and it's free.
  • Have a picnic. Pack a lunch and head to a local park or city splash pad. This will create a fun afternoon with a way to cool off, leaving everyone ready for a nap when they get home. As a bonus to this, have the kids help prepare the picnic food.
  • Create an obstacle course. Turn the backyard into a giant obstacle course, giving everyone a chance to test their abilities. This can provide hours of fun and costs nothing but time to set it up.
  • Paint rocks. Gather up some stones and paint them with uplifting messages and images. Then go on a mission to place them around the community for others to find.
  • Spend time at the library. The library systems around the country are wonderful places to have a lot of summer fun. They offer weekly family-friendly activities and events that the whole family will enjoy, usually free.
  • Take bike rides. Whether it's around the neighborhood, on a mountain, or paved bike trails, this is a great way to spend time. Most kids already have a bike, but if one is needed, dad can always look online to purchase a used one, helping to keep costs down.
  • Go hiking. Depending on the state dad lives in, it may be hiking season and a perfect time to hit the trails. Most hiking is free or comes with a small park admission fee. Be sure to keep the length of the hike age-appropriate for the kids, pack water and snacks, and take breaks as needed.

“You don’t need big trips to adventure parks every week to make memories with your children," said Steiner. “They just need to know you want to spend time with them and get down to their level a bit. Creativity, flexibility, and spontaneity can do just as much as the credit card can do.”

 

Dads' Resource Center was started by Dr. Joel N. Myers, a father of eight and the founder and CEO of AccuWeather. The mission is to help combat the issues associated with children growing up without their fathers in the home. At its heart, the center is a child advocacy organization that aims to ensure that each child has the appropriate involvement and contributions from both parents. 


 

About Dads’ Resource Center

The Dads' Resource Center is committed to providing education, resources, and advocacy for dads who are separated or divorced and are determined to uphold their sacred responsibility as fathers. The Dads' Resource Center was founded by Dr. Joel N. Myers, the founder, and CEO of AccuWeather. His own experience as a single father led him to start the group. 

Wednesday, June 8, 2022

5 Facts Society Needs to Know for Children’s Awareness Month



Dads’ Resource Center puts a spotlight on the issues impacting families

STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania – (June 8, 2022) – June is Children's Awareness Month, making it an ideal time to spotlight issues that impact families. Most people can agree that it's essential to raise children in a way that helps reduce risks and grow up to be productive adults. The problem is that not everyone agrees on what the ideal scenario may look like. Dads' Resource Center is on a mission to ensure that people know the vital role that fathers play in their children's lives.

 

"Parenting is a two-person job,” said Dads’ Resource Center Executive Director Jeffrey Steiner. “Mothers and fathers give different, but equally important things to their children. And fathers are more engaged in parenting now than ever before.”

 

The Pew Research Center shared their survey findings regarding American dads. They found that 57% of dads feel that parenting is extremely important to their identity, and 63% of dads say they are not doing enough. When asked why they were not doing more, 20% reported that their children don't live with them all of the time. Fathers not living with their children is doing more damage than people realize.

 

According to the Dads’ Resource Center, here are five 5 facts society needs to know:

 

  • Children raised in a home with their fathers achieve higher educational attainment. They are more likely to graduate from high school and college.
  • Children do better overall when raised in a house with their father. They earn more money and are less likely to use government assistance programs.
  • When children grow up in a home with their fathers, they are less likely to commit crimes. Additionally, a high percentage of those in prison grew up without their father in the house.
  • Children who grow up with their fathers in the home are less likely to smoke and use drugs.
  • When children grow up with their father in the home, they are more likely to contribute to society by voting, donating their time and money to charities.

 

“The active presence in the life of a child and teenager is absolutely essential for the healthy development of child," said Dads’ Resource Center Founder and Chair Dr. Joel N. Myers. “It is also best for our society as a whole. We must do all we can to encourage, rather than discourage, both parents being actively involved in the lives of their children so that they have the best chance of becoming happy, well-adjusted, and successful in life.”

 

Dads' Resource Center was started by Dr. Myers, a father of eight and the founder and CEO of AccuWeather. The mission is to help combat the issues associated with children growing up without their fathers in the home. At its heart, the center is a child advocacy organization that aims to ensure that each child has the appropriate involvement and contributions from both parents. 

 

About Dads’ Resource Center

The Dads' Resource Center is committed to providing education, resources, and advocacy for dads who are separated or divorced and are determined to uphold their sacred responsibility as fathers. The Dads' Resource Center was founded by Dr. Joel N. Myers, the founder and CEO of AccuWeather. His own experience as a single father led him to start the group. 

Wednesday, February 9, 2022

5 Reasons Why Divorced Dads Play a Vital Role in Their Child’s Life


Dads’ Resource Center reminds people just how important fathers are

STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania – (February 9, 2022) – According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there is a crisis in the country involving fathers. They report that one out of every three children, or 24 million, live without their biological father in the home. The problem is that fathers play an important role in their child’s life. When dad is missing from a child’s life, there’s a lot that society is missing out on as a result.

 

“Mothers and fathers give different, but equally important things to their children,” said Jeffrey Steiner, executive director of the Dads’ Resource Center. “Children need both their mother and father fully engaged in their upbringing to have the best chance to be successful in life."

 

The government report also says there is a “father factor” in nearly all the societal ills facing the country. Divorced dads must get the opportunity to play an active role in their child's life. In today's society, dads are far too often pushed aside by the court, legal, county, and human services systems.

According to the Dads’ Resource Center’s analysis of the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997, here are 5 reasons why divorced dads play a vital role in their child’s life:


  • Prosperity verse poverty. Children who have the active involvement of their father during their childhood earn 26% more than those who don’t ($59,490 versus $43,938).
  • Social program usage. Children who did not have the active involvement of their father during their childhood were 94% more likely to have used government programs such as Women, Infants & Children, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, and Workers Compensation.
  • Better health. Children who did not have the active involvement of their father during their childhood were 11% more likely to have smoked and 20% more likely to have used hard drugs.
  • Engaged citizens. Children who did not have the active involvement of their father during their childhood were 11% less likely to volunteer their time to the community,13% less likely to donate to a charity, and 26% less likely to vote.
  • Increased resiliency. Children who did not have the active involvement of their father during their childhood were 13% more likely to have needed mental health treatment.


“Father absence either plays a role in or is the primary driver of every societal problem this country faces,” said Steiner. “But the systems meant to protect the well-being of children pervasively deny or hinder father family involvement. Many of those in these systems know the problem exists, but there is no will to reform in a way that better serves children."

 

Dads’ Resource Center was started by Dr. Joel N. Myers, a father of eight and the founder and CEO of AccuWeather. Its mission is to help combat the issues associated with children growing up without their fathers in the home. At its heart, the center is a child advocacy organization that aims to ensure that each child has the appropriate involvement and contributions from both parents.

 

Dads’ Resource Center has been established to benefit children of separated or divorced parents by advocating the importance of fathers having adequate opportunities to fulfill their role of fatherhood. The group helps get information regarding the issues out to the public and works with fathers to help make improvements.

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