Confessions Of A New Dad

11 lessons from a new dad in the form of confessions for things I wish I did better.
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  • Lectures 13
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 4/2015 English

Course Description

When you've just become a dad for the first time, everything is new. This course will give you a run down of what to expect when you're a new father and how to come out on top.

Learn From My Mistakes And Be The Best Dad And Partner You Can Be

  • Learn about the emotions you will experience as a new dad,
  • Why staying healthy is so important and how to manage it,
  • Time management tips to help you not only spend more time with family, but on yourself too.
My Confessions Will Guide You On The Right Path From Square One
Maybe you weren't fortunate enough to have guidance from your own father. Perhaps you want a second opinion from someone who's going through exactly what you're going through at the same time. Whatever the case, my lessons expose the truth about fatherhood for you to learn from.
Confessions Of A New Dad details my experience as a new father, my mistakes and trials by fire along the way. I don't claim to be a perfect father, but I'd like to share what I've learnt so far with you. If you have any uncertainty about fatherhood and don't know who to turn to, let me be your guide.
Content and Overview
11 short and straight-forward lessons on fatherhood are in this course. No BS, no fluff. Just the truth about my experience. Us guys are renowned for not talking. It's just something we don't do. I'm going to put that aside to help as many new dads as possible on their mission to be the best father and partner possible.
This is followed by 3 quizzes (and counting) to help you consolidate your knowledge. This course is built for you guys. If there's anything else you want me to write about, let me know in the discussion section. My goal is to make it the biggest community of new dads as possible. The more new dads on the right path, the better it is for everyone.
Will you accept the mission?

What are the requirements?

  • Notepad,
  • Pen/pencil,
  • Computer or,
  • Phone to listen to audio.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand the new feelings and thought processes of being a father,
  • Gain an appreciation for difficulties of fatherhood, like dealing with anger,
  • Father their children better and be a stronger support to their partner.
  • Be aware of the trials of parenthood and fatherhood, especially how to look after yourself.

Who is the target audience?

  • New, first-time fathers,
  • Partners of new, first-time fathers,
  • Fathers who are having a second child and want to be better prepared this time around.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Welcome and Goals

This lecture will give you an introduction to the course and tell you a bit more about myself.

Section 2: My Confessions

Is it normal to feel anger? Why do I feel it? What can I do to be less angry?


As a father I should be a provider. How can I best fulfill this role?


I need to be strong all the time for my family... or do I? Is there a point where this can harm my partner and child?


Putting so much time and effort into my family, I don't have time for myself. How do I protect my identity and who I am?


I need to look after myself better if I want to look after my family to the best of my ability. What a great way for me to do this?


I don't have time for my friends anymore. Is family more important than friends?


Time becomes the most valuable resource. Is there a way for me better manage it, look after my family and spend time on myself too?


Apathy is scary. I don't want to stop caring, but is there a way for keep caring without giving up too much of myself?


One of my greatest fears is not having enough of it. What can I do to ensure that there's always a bit left over for my family?


A simple emotion and action that can often be complicated by us guys. Here's my take on how to love and accept it.


I've got to always be teaching my child the right way forward. I can do this by setting an example. How can I do this?

Section 3: Thank You!

I hope this has given you some useful information about what it means to be a new dad. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you want a chat.

Section 4: Extra Resources
1 question

A short quiz to help you make the right choice when you feel angry.

1 question

What's the best way to stay strong enough to look after your family perpetually?

1 question

What is the single, easiest way to kill four or five birds with one stone and maintain good health as a new dad?

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Instructor Biography

Johnson Kee, Online Direct Response Copywriter

Ever since 2008, Johnson has been involved in the world of online business. Starting off as an article marketer writing articles to promote affiliate programs, he has come a long way. Having been a freelance writer, serving over a dozen clients across five continents, he has assisted online business both large and small with marketing and content strategy. To pass on his experience, he's sharing his unique concepts and thoughts with the Udemy community.

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