Support for partners
- Share their feelings, thoughts and worries with someone they trust: this can be family, friends, a health professional or counsellor.
- Seek out their peer group: making friends with people in similar situations helps to create a sense of community. Talking with other dads or parents can be reassuring when entering a new chapter in life.
- Take time for themselves: having time to maintain hobbies, social activities or sports, is as important for partners to de-stress as it is for mothers.
- Exercise: even a small amount of regular exercise has a positive effect on physical and mental health.
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