Wilkine Brutus is a fatherless son. His coping method involves the relentless aspiration to be a good father someday. Wilkine believes that is healthy revenge.
Rob Ern grapples with the meaning of his parents divorce and his dad’s sudden change in hairstyle.
It’s the “Love, Recorded” Father’s Day, but hasn’t it been Father’s Day every day?
For any given memory, Lisa Hickey will always choose to remember the good.
Alex Steed gets that not every father has given his children a reason to celebrate.
Rebecca Butler had wanted her mom to to leave her dad after he was unfaithful. She is thankful now that didn’t happen.
Fourteen dads make a wish list for Father’s Day that ranges from the fantastic to the absurd. Sadly, no one wants a necktie.
Josh Magill shares his admiration for the man he calls Dad–who taught him the true meaning of being a man–someone that didn’t have to be his Dad, but did so with vigor.
This Father’s Day, Colin Berry suggests, maybe it’s time to give Dad more than just another tie or gift card.
Why I am interviewing my dad for Father’s Day.
Mike Patrick sees his dad as a coach, teacher, mentor, and father.
At 21 days old, Joanna Schroeder had severe hip problems requiring hospitalization. Her dad invented and built a device so she could stay home with her family.
Enjoy this original comic strip for Father’s Day from Lunar Baboon
A regular GMP contributor discusses his own troubled childhood and argues that society might be better served with a single Caregiver’s Day intended to acknowledge the contributions of all the people who have an impact on a child’s well-being.
When she was young, Emily Kavanaugh clashed with her father. It wasn’t until he died far too young that she got to know who he truly was.
Alex Yarde found his daughter’s dance recital a little shocking, but he realizes that aversion to change is a natural part of being a parent.
Mark Brislin walked into the storm that surrounds the birth of a preemie. And walked out changed. His message to NICU dads: You are not alone.