Triangle Area Dads - Your Support Group in Raleigh
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday - 6am to 11pmContact: +1 (919) 832 7034
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    Anyone can be a Father, but it takes someone very special to be a DAD.

Welcome to Triangle Area Dads!

Triangle Area Dads is a group of Fathers or Dads empowering each other to become better and responsible pillar of the home. We are committed to creating positive outcomes for children and families by helping fathers become a good parent with our support group. Our group will help you engage effectively and responsibly in your children's lives. We help you build relationships with your children that is healthy and nurturing.

Triangle Area Dads is here to educate, support and inspire all the Fathers out there especially in Triangle Area. It is our mission to build stronger and happier families by empowering our Fathers.

We are here to ensure that our Fathers are in top mental, social, emotional, spiritual and physical health.

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As a father, you have a big impact on your children’s development. The most significant contribution you make is through your everyday interactions with your kids. Here are a couple of tips for that essential quality time with your children.

  • Talk to your children.
  • Play their games.
  • Have special dinner nights.
  • Be present with their school, church or neighborhood activities.

The risk of stress and becoming distressed is increased in the months following becoming a dad. If these signs are not recognised and steps taken to reduce the levels of distress you maybe experiencing, this could develop into more serious mental health conditions like depression and anxiety. Trying to provide emotional and practical support, whilst also holding down your work can increase the level of stress that you may experience. If this continues over time, this is likely to become more distressing and increase your own risk of developing postnatal depression. In fact men are fifty percent more likely to develop postnatal depression if their partners have this condition.

Handling conflict is an important responsibility for us, fathers. Our family members often take their cues from us; our actions and our overall mood during those times can inflame a situation or lead to resolving it. Here are some ways:

  • Listen to avoid misunderstanding.
  • Talk it over.
  • Learn the art of apologizing.
  • Get help.

How do you stay on top of the ongoing changes of family life, and carry yourself in a way that will leave a positive impact for your family? Change should not catch us unprepared.

Being prepared can include talking with others. Get their best insights.

Develop communication skills through listening, explaining and affirming.

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4445 Johnson St. Raleigh, NC 27601