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It is true that any man can look back to the years before he first became a new dad and testify that the changes he went through were for the better. You may think that becoming a new dad is the end of life’s pleasures and exploits but in essence it is about taking a journey to the other side of adulthood that is governed by responsibility and making the right decisions. As a new dad, whatever good decision you make for the sake of your wife and child also affects you positively. If you are still pondering about becoming a new dad or not, read along this article and see for yourself some of the benefits of fatherhood.

A new dad has increased chances of having an improved personal health. This is attributed to the fact that fatherhood kind of forces you to make better choices; by all means, having a family to go home to and be responsible for makes you choose a healthy lifestyle. At home, the new dad will engage in several activities such as playing with the child and taking walks with the family. All these keep you active. All these activities, including helping your wife with this or that, will help create a healthy family relationship. Healthy relationships are a great way of avoiding stress related health problems such as stomach problems, fatigue, insomnia and chronic pain.

As a new dad you can be able to take care of other people. This is because becoming a new dad affects your nurturing capabilities positively which is in sharp contrast to when you were a young man who was self absorbed and also self focussed. This care is not only directed to your wife and child but also to relatives, friends and work mates. The new dad has lesser chances of succumbing to clinical depression as compared to men living alone thanks to the presence of a child and a wife who can motivate him to strive on with life’s ups and downs.

Every new dad is said to have experienced a new level of job satisfaction at his place of work. This renewed energy comes from the fact that as a new dad the challenge of the work place is nothing compared to providing for your family. In essence, it gives you great satisfaction to work in order to be able to provide for your family. It is also a fact that a new dad is less likely to come into contact with the long arm of the law because his mind is busy thinking about making the best of time with his family.



Source by Tony Dad