The Expectant Dad’s Handbook: All you need to know about pregnancy, birth and beyond

Becoming a dad can be a daunting time – especially when most pregnancy and parenting information is targeted towards women. This exciting new book, from a leading expert in working with expectant dads, doesn’t sideline or speak down to men. Instead it provides an array of targeted information to fully prepare men for their new roles – as both birth partners and fathers. The Expectant Dad’s Handbook is a one-stop guide for men on their path to fatherhood. It provides practical answers to all the questions on the mind of a dad-to-be – from what to expect at each stage of pregnancy to how to cope with any worries and fears about becoming a dad. It also reveals unique insights into a dad’s role during labour, showing key strategies for improving the birth. Both practical and accessible, this guide will provide all the information and advice fathers need for the journey ahead.

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3 Responses to The Expectant Dad’s Handbook: All you need to know about pregnancy, birth and beyond

  1. symeon pye says:

    Expectant Dads – Buy this Book as soon as possible. Essential reading for all dads to be Absolutely brilliant book and found it essential for all stages of our pregnancy, labour and beyond.Probably like most first time parents, and especially new dads you have all kinds of emotions and concerns when you find out that you will be having a child. I like to get as clued up as possible regarding anything I do but found the sheer amount of information about pregnancy and labour in books, on the net and from other people a bit bewildering. Fortunately my wife purchased the…

  2. Chris Longhurst says:

    Good info with an agenda As a new (expectant) father I found the information in this book extremely useful and the conversational writing style easy to read. I would recommend this book (see four-star rating) with only two points against it:1) It contains a lot of hyperlinks to external websites, and reads at times a bit like an ad for the author’s parenting classes. This is a minor gripe as the info is still good; it just made me roll my eyes a bit.2) The author has a very clear view of the…

  3. Lisa says:

    Great book