Offers Place for Dads to Discuss Katrina

Share Article's Community Forum offers a place for dad's to interact with other dads about the effects of Katrina on their lives and the lives of friends and family. Dads can learn from each other on how best to talk with their childrren about this disaster and learn how other dads are responding. has created in a special section of its Community Forum a place for dads to discuss the impact of Katrina on them and their families, friends and relatives. Beginning with the personal saga of one of its staff writers, the Forum allows dads from across the country to express support, share stories and seek information about how to discuss this catastrophe with their own families.

The AmericanDad Community Forum is a section of the site designed to further the site’s goal to be a destination where guys with kids can access practical and useful information as well as contribute and interact with men in a wide range of areas of common interest.

With special sections devoted to “dads” in particular circumstances; divorced dads, single dads, dads to be, new dads and at home dads, the Community Forum offers a unique opportunity for dads in all types of circumstances to learn from and educate others, as well as share experiences and insights. Not to be left out, the American Dad Community Forum also has a special section for moms and for grandparents.

The Community Forum is one of several ways that encourages dad’s involvement on their site. Each of the sections and each of the articles found on the site invite response and comment. Additionally, an on-going contest provides a reward to winners whose contributions are accepted for publication on the site.


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Peter Demers