This all boils down to how we handle differences of opinion.
Tom Matlack thinks about how to best raise his kids all day long, even now that they’ve grown into teens. Here are some of his insights.
I am defined by what I love. That includes the ritual of getting my son from school.
Call me a cross-dresser, a hockey-player-groupie, a wanna be hard rocker. I don’t care. Because I still love my wife.
Despite the fact that manhood has become a third rail of modern society, I refuse to stop talking about it.
It was a year of zany attacks from all sides. I’m thinking that might just mean we are onto something.
A dad who is unable to participate in buying gifts reflects on what is really important to give as a man.
Lisa Belkin, arguably the best known parenting blogger, left dads out of her list of parenting trends. Here’s why that is wrong.
We need to love our boys so they learn the power of their own love as husbands, fathers and men.
My son’s card for my 48th birthday.
To be honest, I don’t know what else to do.
Tom Matlack believes that good isn’t something we are, it’s something we do.
A chance meeting with a cardiologist had me thinking twice about our national priorities about health care and the fiscal cliff.
My list for Santa is a little different than most.