What started as a class discussion turned into a revelation for this teacher, and some instructions every father needs to know.
Dad Rich Valenza founded an organization to help find homes for foster kids. One day he met a 15 year old who made him feel needed more than ever, a boy who still needs the home of his dreams.
Clint Greagen explains how Jim Carrey helped him start the sex ed conversation with his 8-year old son.
B.K. Mullen offers a parent’s perspective on a Florida mother’s recent campaign to have “Breaking Bad” figures removed from a national toy store chain.
A dad discovers a common compliment for girls is not as positive as many think. It is a trap. Here is his plan to free his daughter from its grasp.
David Perry explains the importance of consistency in teaching skills to his son.
“Do as I say, not as I did” could be the mantra of many parents who experimented in their youth. This dad decided the days for hypocrisies had come to an end.
When a miscarriage happens, dads often step to the sidelines. October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, and this is for dads who have had one of life’s most difficult disappointments.
Founder of The Good Dad Project Larry Hagner thought he was teaching his son … but here’s what he learned.
Dads can often be forgotten in the devastation of a miscarriage. One dad shares his experience in hopes of helping other dads going through it.
Doyin Richards explains how cooking can be one of the best ways parents can bond with their children.
Nick Pavlidis argues that true love doesn’t come instantly, but rather is built over time, as two people embrace each other’s imperfections and learn to accept who they really are.
Filling your child with love, by Jon Vaughn.
Have you ever given a gift to assuage guilt for what you couldn’t give your kids? What would happen if you gave the gift of you instead?
In the world’s oldest experiment called parenting, you and the rest of the world are the two objects; your actions (both good and bad) are the unseen forces and your child is the field in between.
Being the Primary Caregiver Doesn’t Mean Being the Favorite Parent. And Sometimes That Really Sucks.
Dave Lesser knows that he can’t always be his children’s favorite parent. But that doesn’t make it hurt any less.