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About Scott Behson

Scott Behson is a Professor of Management at Fairleigh Dickinson University, a busy involved dad, and an overall grateful guy. He runs the blog dedicated to helping fathers better balance work and family and encouraging more supportive workplaces, and also writes for Harvard Business Review, The Huffington Post, and, most recently, Time. He lives in Nyack, NY with his wife, Amy, and son, Nick. Contact him @ScottBehson on twitter.


  1. Great piece, Scott. Wish I had a Beer Fire in my neighborhood. Or just a small group of husband/dads to gather with. Had a thought that using articles from GMP as conversation prompts would be a great way to get talk started.

  2. Thank you, Patrick. Beer fire rocks. I hope we all can build some helpful networks. Btw- I run a blog to raise and discuss these issues. You can follow the link at the end of the article


  1. [...] The opportunities for camaraderie and friendly banter (potential beer-fire benefits!) [...]

  2. [...] This article was republished at the Good Men Project online men’s magazine.  Follow this link to the article. [...]

  3. [...] we identified the days and times we most need help well in advance. This made it easier to call on my fatherhood network and line up help from our friends, family and neighbors. There are a few days Nick will get off the [...]

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