Father’s Day is especially difficult for those of us whose dads have passed away. But it can still be a time for remembering the lessons and legacy our fathers left behind.
Adam Patrick Kindilien knows a father’s advice can be priceless, and he’s grateful for the gift.
We want affordable childcare so that our families are not crushed with that expense and also for our wives, who are often paid less, are not forced to choose between their careers and caring for our children.
As someone who grew up without a father, Kimberly Zapata has been humbled by her husband as superhero, boo-boo kisser, snuggler — but most of all, as the foundation of their family’s life together.
It’s Father’s Day and we honor our dads, grandfathers, uncles and all the important males who impact our existence.
Fathers can be so important — in childhood and when you actually grow up, which takes some of us a little longer than others.
Shanna Anderson polled her Facebook followers for their favorite “dadisms”.
Adiba Nelson’s father died when she was young, and she says it’s a hell of a crux to be in: loving and loathing this great man.
There is much to be heard in the silence between a father and his daughter.
Eric Bennion’s dad taught him everything he needed to know about fatherhood by leaving.
Jonathan Delavan urges both women and men to do something more meaningful for the men in their lives this year and into the future.
Jesse Kornbluth compiles a list for father’s day gifts.
After his musician father, left, Johnny Pharr was torn between his newfound passion for music and fear he would turn into a man he would never understand.
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If you’re mourning the father you lost — or grieving for the one you never had, Kimberly Zapata says you are not alone.
I hope that he knows, because he would just get the biggest kick out of it.