CJ Kaplan explains how some of his greatest love affairs have been with books.
Aaron Gouveia thought that because he was raising a son, he wouldn’t have to deal with body image issues… Boy, was he wrong.
Jim Higley has some thoughts about the epidemic of absent fathers and what can be done about it.
Aaron Gouveia thought his son was at the perfect preschool…until he saw the hat they’d given him.
What to do when the woman you love is just not herself anymore?
Sure, it’s about crunching numbers and competition. But it’s about connecting with friends, too.
Aaron Gouveia visits gravely ill 5-year-old Leah and speaks candidly about the unspeakable.
Seriously, when did it become OK to treat men like Pavlov’s dogs?
Aaron Gouveia gives 1955 edition of ‘The Good Wife’s Guide’ some much needed updating.
With a full-time job, and a hellish commute, Aaron Gouveia struggles to be there for his son. But somehow he makes it work.
As the song ends, he launches into a whirlwind spin in the middle of the living room. Spinning and spinning, faster and faster, until…
Does making more money than your wife make you more of a man?
For Mother’s Day this year, Aaron Gouveia plans to give his wife what she really deserves: peace and quiet.
“Deflection” and “positive redirection” have nothing on a good old-fashioned spanking.
Aaron Gouveia imagines all the low-tech things that will be extinct before his son ever knows them. Like rotary phones. And books.
Aaron cooks up a glorious scheme to help his son use the toilet, which proceeds to backfire (literally) all over him.