Grew Up Without a Dad - Made a Helpful YouTube Channel For Kids Who Need Support

Father of two, Rob Kenney, didn't have an easy childhood. Growing up in the 1970s, Rob learned that his dad was walking out on his parental responsibilities when he was just a teenager. 

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Once he became a dad, Rob knew he needed to get creative when it came to helping those children growing up without a parent.

Because of his experience, over the last month, he's been giving back to the community through his YouTube channel, "Dad, how do I?," which provides kids and teens with "useful, practical content to many basic tasks that everyone should know how to do."

Like how to shave:

 

And how to tie a tie:

 

Whether teens are eager to learn how to tie a tie for their first big job interview or need to check the oil in their cars, Rob has 'em covered.

In case you're wondering what you're in for, one of Rob's subscribers put it perfectly: "You are the Mr. Rogers for adults that we didn't even know we needed. Thank you!" Ahead, find a mix of helpful videos from Rob's YouTube channel designed for kids who need a little extra support.