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Partners support

Postby jeanie » Sat 19 Mar, 2011 7:51 pm

I would like to say to Dads it makes such a difference if you can be an emotional support to your partner...that is the one thing i have found that has really helped me when im feeling tired and grumpy. My partner isnt perfect but over time he helps with general activities but also gives me time to talk about how hard the job of being a mum is...hang in there. J
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Re: Partners support

Postby NgalaOnline » Sun 20 Mar, 2011 2:22 pm

Thank you Jeanie for your encouraging message. It is very true that fathers can play a very positive role within families. Through their support dads can make a huge difference to the lives of their partners and their children. Children definitely receive many benefits from growing in a family where parents support each other and work together. Thank you for your willingness to support other parents Jeanie.
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