When I divorced the most frustrating and stressful times were spent worrying. I was uneasy and very concerned about money. With excessive worrying, your mind and body go into a downward spiral as I would constantly focus on "what might happen" if I can't afford it. In the midst of excessive worrying, I suffered with high anxiety and some days I would even panic during waking hours. My chronic worries made me feel a sense of dark doom or unrealistic fears that only increased my worries. I wasn't depressed, as every doctor suggested, I was sensitive to the environment and to the criticism of not having enough money to live or see my children. Chronic worrying affected my daily life so much that it interfered with my appetite, relationships, sleep, and job performance. I worried so excessively, I was so anxiety-ridden that I found relief in harmful lifestyle habits.
I would drive 800 km on the highway to see my children for two days. Travelling 1600 km a month, supporting myself and never missing a child support payment took a toll on me not only financially, but mentally, physically, and emotionally. I never could spend enough time with my children. Through this experience Dads Club Canada was created with the goal of making this transition easier for other fathers going through divorce. "Stop the worrying" Please join us to provide a safe, private and educational environment for struggling fathers and their children.
- Kyle McGauchie
How Did DCC Start ?
The origin of this foundation is a passion that Kyle McGauchie cannot wait to share. Through times of growth, both good and bad and his desire to help others in difficult times show. The separation of family, the cost, the hardship and the dividing of a family unit is something Kyle has experienced first hand.
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