It has been said that it is easy for anyone to become a baby’s daddy, but the real challenge is becoming a Father.
A Father, in the eyes of his children is the standard of what a man should be. That is what every son wants to grow into and that is what every daughter expects her husband to be. Remolding the image of the Father directly remolds these children into who they ought to be. That is why I am here; to build a community where men support and strengthen each other. My name is Jama’l Chukueke and I want to help men become the Fathers that life intended them to be…GREAT DADS.
Every man at one point in his life or the other has been through a tough situation.
No one story is the same, good or bad. Every story is different and DIVERSE in its own way. This could either be growing up as a boy – experiencing a tough upbringing/challenging background – or as a full-grown man. These situations range from; losing a parent or growing up without a present father, to substance abuse, going through a divorce, financial challenges, etc. These challenges experienced as a boy goes on to shape the man, and Fatherhood is only an extension of who the man is.
Why these Diversity Dad courses?
The truth is that regardless of background, every man wants to provide a positive life for his children, but many just do not know how. The benefits of having courses like these are that they’re very diverse and cut across different areas of life and individuality. Some of these include;
For the Men
- An attempt to restore Men and Fathers to the position of dignity that they seem to be losing day after day.
For the Children
- A Father, in the eyes of his children is the standard of what a man should be. That is what every son wants to grow into and that is what every daughter expects her husband to be. Remolding the image of the Father directly remolds these children into who they ought to be.
For the Country
- Better men make better Fathers, better Fathers make better children and better children make better leaders of tomorrow.
Let's LEARN together - Let's GROW together - Let's be DADS together - We are all Diversity Dads.
My name is Jama’l Chukueke, creator of Diversity Dad. Diversity Dad was created to impact a parenting community with resources on fatherhood. We want to support dads regardless of their parenting situation whether dealing with toddlers, teens, divorce, separation, or adoption. My goal is to “buck conventionally” and celebrate doing fatherhood differently.
Thank you for your support of Diversity Dad.