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AdDad92 · 31/08/2020 04:48

Apologies I know this is a website for mums. But it's alot more active than the websites for dad's that I could find on Google.

Is there a website for dad's that I'm able to talk to someone on and get some advice.

Id post on here but I'm fairly certain my ex is a member and I'd rather her not see my post.

Thanks in advance for any help you can give

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IlovecatsyesIdo · 31/08/2020 18:38

I’m sorry I’m not sure about websites aimed at Dads, I’m sure someone more knowledgeable will be along with advice on that. But I just wanted to say that there seem to be quite a lot of Dads on MN so you shouldn’t feel excluded. There is a Dadsnet section too. If you do decide to post on here don’t give too many specific details that could be ‘outing’ if you are concerned about your ex seeing the thread.
Good luck.

Russ93 · 01/09/2020 17:57

Get it posted, loads of Dads on here!

sleepyhead · 01/09/2020 17:59

Reddit has a lot of parenting subreddits, also the Reddit for Grownups subreddit skews male ime.

GreyShadow · 01/09/2020 18:03

Honesty just post on here. Changes ages of kids and some other details. Honestly there are millions of people with problems on here, she'd probably not notice yours.

Or post as a woman. Name change and do it as a woman. You'd probably get more sympathy anyway.

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