The role of fathers has evolved enormously in recent years. So why is it, in this age of increasing paternal involvement, that there are so few resources for fathers? Why do expectant fathers know so little about what their pregnant partner is going through? Why are many fathers unprepared for what lies ahead? Armin Brott comes to the rescue with The Expectant Father, which provides a practical, clear, and personal guide to pregnancy from the father's point of view. Based on Armin's best-selling and ground-breaking book, this course provides guidance on the current issues facing today's fathers, and a roadmap for expectant couples as they go through the wonderful, and sometimes scary, process together. This is a course that expectant fathers (and mothers!) will love.
A comprehensive guide to the emotional, financial, and even physical changes a man may experience during the course of his partner's pregnancy, The Expectant Father offers sound advice and helpful tips on a wide range of practical, emotional, and financial issues. Presenting serious factual information in a respectful, yet easy-to-absorb and light-hearted way, Armin reassures and readies even the most anxious dads, and their partners.
Month by month, Armin explains what the expectant mom is going through physically and emotionally, how the baby is developing, and what dads are experiencing emotionally, psychologically, sexually, and even physically. This course is a must-take for every expectant father, either individually or with his partner.
Author of 8 Best Selling Books
Hailed by Time Magazine as "the superdad's superdad," Armin Brott is a nationally recognized parenting expert and best-selling, award-winning author of eight critically acclaimed books on fatherhood: The Expectant Father, The New Father, The Single Father, Fathering Your Toddler, Fathering Your School-Age Child, The Military Father, Father for Life, and Throwaway Dads.
He writes frequently on parenting, health, and education for many national publications including Newsweek, The New York Times Magazine, and Parenting. Brott has been a guest on hundreds of radio and television shows including Today, American Morning, The Early Show, Fox News, and Politically Incorrect. His work on fatherhood has been featured in such places as Glamour, Time, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, Newsday, and many others.
A father of three, Armin Brott is the host of "Positive Parenting," a long-running radio talk show that airs in the San Francisco Bay Area and on a number of other stations. He also writes the nationally syndicated newspaper column, "Ask Mr. Dad."