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The purpose of these groups are to provide safe spaces for new dads and dads to be to ask those questions they might not ask anyone else.
There are no silly questions!
We also have various professionals and support organisations supporting us, so we can signpost and support you with your issues.
Maybe most importantly we have other dads of varying experiences who can offer some peer support and hopefully help us normalise the dad challenges we all experience but sometimes feel on our own with.

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