How Two Dads, in an Icy Ski Resort, Created One of the Warmest Families on Earth

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Outside the weather was frightful for this pair of dads. They showed up for a special needs infant, and within them the love burned bright. Here is their story.

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The Path To Infinity And Beyond, With My Son

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John Patrick Weiss on how a children’s film inspired him to make time for loved ones.

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Age Doesn’t Dim His Blue Eyes

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Dan Szczesny searches for connections with the dad of his youth.

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A Dad Sounds Off on the “Thank You” Seekers

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Where are the days where good deeds were their own reward? This dad wants them back and the attention seeking to end.

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Being a Feminist Dad Shouldn’t Be Controversial

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For Tony Posnanski, raising his kids to be equal is a no-brainer.

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A Dad Cries Out “Thomas the Train, and the British, Have Poisoned My Son!”

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His son used to be perfect. Now he is ruined. Was it drugs? Was it crime? No, the culprit according to this dad was that insufferable train Thomas, and the country that exported him to us.

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Being A Daddy Without An Example

It’s hard to be a good dad. It’s even harder when you don’t have an example to look up to. Dr. Adam Starks shares his personal story.

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A Letter to My Daughters’ Step-Dad

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Patrick Sallee pens a letter to the man he hopes will be a partner in raising his little girls.

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A Life-Lesson from Roger Federer

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Vaughn Granier is on the road, missing his kids. And he gets inspired by the words of a tennis champion.

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Don’t Divorce Yourself From the Holidays: Advice for Divorced Dads

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Don’t just survive the holiday season. Use these ten tips to make memories and new traditions with your kids.

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Teach Children About Adoption, Before Releasing Them On The Playground

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Rachael Quinn Egan asks us to learn and teach our children well about Adoption this November, National Adoption Awareness Month.

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The Highs And Lows Of Parenting In The Digital Age

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There’s no denying it: technological distractions are abundant, and are even more so when you’re a parent. Joni Edelman on how to succeed in being savvy and a quality parent.

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Gimme the Beat, Boys, and Free My Soul: A Playlist for Divorced Dads

Gimme the Beat, Boys, and Free My Soul: A Playlist for Divorced Dads

Many of the best songs are written about break-ups, but do any of them speak to what a divorced father is going through? Ben Railton shares this playlist of six songs that do…

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A Gay Dad’s Open Letter to Rose McGowan on the War for Equality

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Rose McGowan caused a stir by accusing the “gay community” of misogyny instead of leadership on feminist issues. This gay dad answers her request for guidance.

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How to Find the Courage to Travel With Kids

How to Find the Courage to Travel With Kids

Cliff Hsia explains how traveling with your kids can be a wonderfully enriching experience for the whole family, if you have the courage to try.

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5 Things Every Adoptive Dad Needs to Know

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You may not have fathered this child in the biblical sense, but here’s what it takes to be his “real” Dad.

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