Full-time dad and part-time mom Charlie Groves is giving 150%.
Saying good-bye to fear is never easy.
Dave Kelly is not looking forward to the day he has to explain his brain tumor to his young son.
What’s the better family model? Vaughan Granier shares.
Following his divorce, Nick Murosky now lives two hours away from his children. He walks us through what goes through his head during the long drive back after their time together.
Dealing with the emotions and logistics behind child support payments can be a loaded proposition, which is why Rick and Jana Craft decided to pen this thank you letter to their local child support services office for all of their help over the years.
This week, many parents wondered what to tell their children about the commemorations of the attacks on the World Trade Center of September 11, 2001. One blogger wrote down some pretty compelling talking points.
Scott has been a dad for 10 months now, and that has been time enough for some valuable lessons. He shares his top 8.
Sarah Fader shares why she believes that few things are more important for her son to learn than empathy.
Single Dad… Not Singled Out: How to Maintain Your Relevance with Your Kids If You Don’t See Them Every Week
Dr. David Lee Asbery assembled these ten suggestions for how fathers can stay present in the lives of their children following separations or divorce.
Tor Constantino points out three ways parents who talk the talk don’t always walk the walk. But relax, no one is perfect.
Bret Spears was excited to be a dad and bewildered by everything this meant to him.
One father reflects on the night before school starts when your kids are grown.
Parents need to do better, says Amelia. Especially when it comes to their children coming out.
There were a few things William Lucas Walker had to explain to his non-Catholic daughter after sending her off to an all-girls Catholic school.