Raising Boys with Cancer

Fishing With Sons

How a cancer diagnosis can help to raise happy, healthy boys.

What if Addicts Received Effective Treatment Instead of Prison Time?


The war on drugs, poor treatment programs, and the social stigma of addiction have caused an epidemic of suffering among young addicts and their families.

Your Children Will Benefit if You Create a Council of Dads

council of Dads

How many men does it take to raise a child?

Strongest Man at the YMCA


After his wife dies from cancer, this father of three teenage boys proves strength doesn’t lie in power, money, or job titles.

5 Tips For Supporting a Friend Who Has Cancer


As an Oncology Nurse Practitioner, cancer has become a normal part of Nancy’s daily life. Here are her tips to help support a friend who has cancer. — It’s hard to turn on the tv, open a magazine or look at your online news browser these days without reading about the latest celebrity to be […]

Hope Is a Good Breakfast — 3 Tools to Help You Through Hard Times


At thirty-two years old, Tara Shuman started the long journey of accepting the harsh and liberating reality — that no one’s life, including her own, would last forever. We cannot control the way in which we die, but we can control how we live.

Are Your Attitude and Commitment Holding You Back?


You can’t hold your hand out and simply ask for great things to happen. You need to take success for yourself no matter what obstacles may appear, and let’s be clear; they will appear.

5 Ways To Help Your Woman Kick Cancer’s A**


Five medical providers told her it most likely was not cancer. On April 21, her life changed forever. — You have a wonderful home, a beautiful family, and an excellent job. You work hard during the week and play even harder on the weekends. You take fabulous vacations or just hunker down to watch a […]

You Never Really Know What Others Are Going Through

how cancer touches lives

What we wish for in life, and how we judge the values of others, changes when we know their story.

Against the Odds — This Morning DJ is Fighting Cancer for the Third Time

Scott McKenzie on air

He does his chemo while he’s on the air, he treats each day as a gift, and he still plans to kick cancer to the curb.

In Sickness and in Health: How Marriage Helps Cancer Patients


A growing body of research evidence shows being married greatly increases patients’ chances of being cured of cancer.

We Both Had Cancer. He Died. I Lived.


A father-son story.

Shy Man Dies of Cancer, Having Never Felt A Woman’s Loving Touch


The terrible truth of life? Dreams don’t always come true.

A Moment of Kindness

A Moment of Kindness by The National

Keaton Hamin is only nine, but this young hockey player knows the meaning of empathy, generosity, and support.

Eight Weeks (And One Testicle)

man with surf board

Cancer offers a spiritual gift if you know where to look for it. Even if you have to defy doctor’s orders to go there.

Dads & Families Podcast Episode 52: #Dads4Oren


As we lose one of our own, we do as he would have done. Carry on, and love always.