With gender dynamics changing the world over, parenting is a key area where this change is most perceptible. Modern dads today have no inhibitions in changing their baby's diapers, spending sleepless nights catering to their newborn or looking after the baby while the mother is at work.
They often tend to be more patient and indulgent with the baby, a marked shift from the way Indian fathers used to be a few decades ago. Daddy, a first of its kind Indian book, provides a rare parenting insight from a father's perspective, and looks at issues, concerns and joys that every new father goes through. Combining personal narrative, with stories from new fathers and leading medical practitioners, the book brings together ideas on involved fatherhood and explores the changing relationship dynamic between a couple after the baby arrives. In more ways than one, it celebrates the spirit of new age fatherhood.
PRAISE FOR ‘DADDY'"Fatherhood has been the most amazing life altering experience for me..Daddy is a one of its kind book that celebrates the emotion of being a father, besides being a ready handbook for all new fathers as well as those planning to go the family way." -VIVEK OBEROI, BOLLYWOOD ACTOR
"‘Daddy' proves that fatherhood is an inner calling and a passion! It shows how you can find time to be a hands-on father despite all your professional commitments" -MANOJ BAJPAYEE, BOLLYWOOD ACTOR
"The book is an excellent combination of profound paternal emotions and some very practical guidance tips for new fathers. Loved it… you will!" -TARUN KATIAL, CEO, RELIANCE BROADCAST NETWORK LTD.
"Tuhin's book comes with a bright ray of hope, providing beautiful and meaningful insights for fathers to raise their children in a healthy environment, which will enhance a child's life holistically." -SEEMA HINGORRANY, PSYCHOLOGIST
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