Support For Stay-At-Home Dads

Men can get over the stigma often attached to being a stay-at-home father

November 25, 2019

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By Steven John

While it’s not unusual for women to be the main breadwinner in their family, an increasing number of dads are staying home as the primary caregiver for the children.

Andreas Wilderer, author of Lean On: The Five Pillars Of Support For Women In Leadership, came on the program to discuss how being a stay-at-home dad can benefit the children, provide added support to a wife with a demanding career, and ultimately help make the marriage better.

Men can get over the stigma often attached to being a stay-at-home father by looking beyond their own interests and thinking of the greater good of their family and their marriage.

Listen to the interview in this segment of Eye on the Community.