True Dad Confessions by Dadtography
Welcome to the True Dad Confessions page of Dadtography.com. Part of being a parent with a blog is about honesty. When you're an honest parent (honest with yourself, others, and occasionally your children), you make mistakes, and this blog post series is often about those mistakes and the lessons learned.
True Dad Confessions is a safe space - for the authors of the confessions as well as those that choose to participate in the discussion as well. You can submit your stories anonymously using the form provided on this page. You can also comment and discuss on the blog posts anonymously as well. Make no mistake about it, though, anonymous doesn't mean a free-for-all.
Here are the rules of True Dad Confessions:
- Do not share personal information publicly. Take side conversations offline.
- Be polite, friendly, and encouraging.
- Have a sense of humor, but be careful with sarcasm.
- If you disagree, don’t be rude about it; give constructive (helpful) feedback.
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Dadtography's "True Dad Confessions" Blog Posts
I was driving to work the other day and it hit me. I’ve been seeing the signs of a midlife crisis and I have to be honest – I’m a little freaked out.Read This Post
True dad confessions: I’m a 40-something dad and I’m in a great place in my life right now. On the outside I’m happy. On the inside, I’m scared.Read This Post
Stay-at-home-dad Ben Sandness shares his perspective on work, life, & identity and how parenthood changes priorities.Read This Post
Being a single parent can be incredibly stressful. Here are some tips on finding patience as a single parent in a hectic and chaotic life.Read This Post
Dadtographer Dan Brady lives in Western Pennsylvania, where weather is pretty much unpredictable. But he’s thankful that the weather is starting to warm up!Read This Post