Parenthood is scary. Going from the beautiful selfishness of going to the bar whenever you want, sleeping late, and prioritizing movie and video game releases to being responsible for another human being is downright terrifying. Until recently, men responded to this fear as they respond to most things they're afraid of—by not talking about it. Thanks to the Internet, and particularly sites like The Good Men Project, men are starting to have conversations about fatherhood that they didn't have before. Information about becoming a dad, from the emotions that come with it to the way it changes your finances, is readily available. In honor of Father's Day, here is Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Being a Father but Were Afraid to Ask.

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