One father I talked to told me that it is the overwhelming responsibility of becoming a parent which tips some men into depression. Do fathers, and gay fathers in particular, feel this responsibility more than mothers?
Postnatal depression in fathers does exist. There are many factors, both situational and physiological, which can affect a father's mood both before and after a baby is born, and yet it's an area of parenting which is often ignored or overlooked by healthcare professionals and parents alike.
In today's society you face the greatest moral dilemma of your life, one that ultimately forces you to choose from love and duty, infidelity and honour. It is a daily struggle with your conscience that threatens your relationship with your children.