JD Roberto has a few things to say about list articles.
JD Roberto is a writer, actor, and the Emmy nominated host of The Better Show, a nationally syndicated daytime talk show seen around the country. Game show fans known him from shows like The Price is Right and Shop 'Til You Drop, plus reality shows like Outback Jack, Are You Hot? and E! News Live. His writing has appeared in Parents Magazine, Huffington Post, the Los Angeles Times and on theBump.com. Check out his parenting blog at The Hands On Dad and follow him on twitter @jdroberto.
JD Roberto insists that the whole idea of a “complicated” relationship is a just a refusal to take responsibility.
“DO volunteer to help out with the kids. Maybe you don’t consider yourself to be ‘a kid person,’ and that’s okay. I don’t consider myself to be ‘a furniture person,’ but I still wouldn’t stand there and watch you move a couch all alone.”
JD Roberto asks: What can the fathers of children lost in other American tragedies—Oklahoma City, Columbine—teach us in their responses to grief?
You don’t have to be a “kid person” to remain our friends after we have kids, just a “friend person.”
This isn’t about how we feel down the road. This is about that first split second when we realize that everything we know is about to change for good.
Hank Zona reads us parents the riot act for the negative impact we have on our children in Part I of his three-part series on adults and youth sports.
John Henderson believes the key to success can be learned from three different, but successful men. — How do you define success? If you haven’t already defined what success means to you, then you will[Read More...]
Leo Babauta reminds us that a break from digital communication is refreshing. It clears your life of the noise, and allows you to find quiet, to focus on the important, to be at peace.
Being forward and going after what you want in life is essential to success in any realm; it puts everything out on the table and does not beat around the bush, therefore, giving you more opportunities.
Globalization has a funny way of firing up nationalists—and racism, nativism and parochialism are the result.
How should a man express this need?
Jesse Kornbluth reviews an old-time classic by Ernest Hemingway.
Thomas Fiffer poses the one question that just might save your next relationship.
Tom North, of the famous blended Beardsley family, reveals the real story behind the happy pictures—a tale of disconnection and abuse.
Men do a lot for love but we don’t always get to hear about it. We asked men: “Tell us something you’ve done for love” and they answered. Beautifully.
When this football player came out, he was not expecting the support he got. Don’t thank Michael Sam. This happened more than 4 years ago.
A comet collision with Earth with catastrophic results is inevitable. We have the technology to avoid it, but do we have the global cooperation and will?
Filling your child with love, by Jon Vaughn.
Hollywood heavyweight Paul Lazarus shifts gears and draws attention to a mind-bendingly brilliant invention that could save the lives of hundreds of millions.
Using Membership Rewards® from American Express, my family can experience a whole lot of things that might have otherwise been out of reach.
Here was an outsider people seemed to love, while I was one everyone seemed to barely tolerate.
What would you do if you met the grim reaper face-to-face? If you’re Jackie Summers, you decide to pay very very close attention.
U.S. Marine Jonathan Buzin is emerging from a suicidal depression. He’s learned that forced positivity only makes things worse. Pain demands to be felt.
One successful entrepreneur reflects on his last conversations with his father, who died unexpectedly at 54, and vows not to live a life of regrets.