Author Scott Behson shares an excerpt from his new book “The Working Dad’s Survival Guide,” in which he discusses how fathers should wish to be remembered by their children.
Scott Behson shares an anecdote from the White House Summit on Working Families that suggests that corporate America is beginning to take work-life balance issues for parents more seriously.
Scott Behson spells out how parents can use the behavioral concept of the “availability bias” to help them build happy, lasting memories with their children.
Two Fatherhood Advocates React to Slate XX’s “Just Say No: For White Working-Class Women, It Makes Sense to Stay Single Mothers”.
It’s ten years later, and we’ve been meeting each other halfway ever since.
Why Mike Francesa, Boomer Esiason, and Craig Carton Are So Very Very Wrong About MLB Paternity Leave
A trio of sports radio pundits made awful comments in reaction to New York Mets’ Daniel Murphy’s recent paternity leave. Their ugly, ignorant remarks are a disgrace and need to be repudiated in the strongest possible terms
Scott Behson calls out an article defending traditional dads from the peer pressure of “50/50 dads” for unnecessarily insulting “involved” fathers and referring to them as “Wet Wipes”
The Los Angeles Dodger began the 2014 season on paternity leave, making use of MLB’s forward-thinking policy. Scott Behson sees this as yet another reason to celebrate the beginning of a new baseball season.
The #BanBossy movement has sharply divided the opinions of fathers online, but Scott Behson believes that the campaign isn’t really about banning words—it’s about standing up for women
Scott Behson doesn’t see the advancement of women as the degradation of men, and he thinks framing it that way is dangerous
The results of this year’s voting for the Baseball Hall of Fame will be announced Wednesday. Scott Behson says it’s a shame that some of the sportswriters with votes take that responsibility so lightly or, worse, wield it vindictively. Here he calls out two.
Scott Behson explains why, this Christmas, we should give our kids the opportunities to do more fun things with us.
Scott Behson predicted another second half swoon for the Pirates. It takes a good man to admit when he’s wrong.
When it comes to work-family balance, Scott Behson won’t tell other dads what choices to make. Instead, when a dad is trying his best, Scott will support him
Scott Behson can’t cure the world of all jerks. But he can help his son not become one.