How Fathers Can Improve Their Confidence


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When you are out at work doing the 9-5 slog to support your family, looking after yourself takes the back seat. There never seems to be enough hours in the day to fit in work commitments and family obligations; however, this doesn’t mean your self-care has to be neglected completely. By paying yourself the attention you deserve, your confidence and self-esteem will rocket, and not only will your home life improve, but your work will too. All it takes is a little more dedication to the cause.

1. Lose weight

Many people are put off from joining a gym because it costs a small fortune, but also you are surrounded by the body beautiful. If you lack body confidence, the last place you want to be is surrounded by fit, young athletes who think that middle age spread is a breakfast condiment. However, all is not lost. Man v Fat runs national football teams for the larger man with the main aim of helping men lose weight. It may have been years since you were on the football pitch, but by playing with other likeminded men, you will have real-life support to achieve your goal weight.

2. Update your hair

If you are still sporting the same hairstyle that you had in college, it may be time for an update. You may be in the habit of going to the barbers for a quick trim, but by visiting a qualified hairstylist, they will be able to update your look to suit your features and bring you up to date. However, many men are very self-conscious about their hair loss, and while this is a natural sign of aging, it can shatter confidence. If this is something that you are considering, but are concerned about hair transplant cost, you will be pleasantly surprised at how hair implants are now more affordable and no longer just for the rich and famous.

3. Update your wardrobe

Your partner may be a regular in the shopping centres and keep up to date with fashions and trends, but when was the last time you updated your wardrobe? As your body has changed over the years, the clothes that once fitted you so well may not quite be as flattering as they could be. Before you hit the shops, go through all the items in your wardrobe and try them on. Ask your partner to give a verdict as to whether you keep them or not.

When your confidence is on the floor, you need to invest your time and effort to give it the boost it needs. Once you recognise that you are struggling with your self-belief and confidence, you will be able to identify the best way to move forward and be proactive in raising your self-esteem. For you to be the best version of you, you need to be happy in your own skin. The good news is that there are support networks and help for you, you just need to take the first step.


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