If you want to fast-track your child’s development, forget CDs, books that beep, and toys that whirr. Play music with them, with the emphasis being on “play”.
The other day I gave my wife the look. At 7:30 on a Thursday morning, I was finished. We love him, but our teenage son is driving us mad.
I strive to teach my son about superheroes, and they are not professional football players. They are men who return love to diffuse hate.
Kids’ lives are being altered and derailed because people often misinterpret research.
Kozo Hattori explains how and why he is getting his sons back in touch with nurturing physical contact.
Toxic parenting sets the stage for abusive adults and starts a cycle that is hard to escape. Thomas Fiffer offers 10 dos and don’ts to keep your parenting healthy and safe.
You don’t have to hide anymore. Luka Vaughan shares his survival story so you, too, can overcome the shame that is paralyzing your soul.
Scott Posey spells out why he thinks it’s important that he reads to his young son every night, both for developmental and social reasons.
Kids need to be able to fail in order to learn how to succeed.
How I learned that men need a greater presence in the world of childcare
Shooting after shooting, we’re confronted by the question of what it means to be a man. We refuse to answer—and we all suffer for it.
Are the Swedes wrong to encourage gender equality by forcing boys to play with toys traditionally meant for girls?
Is your desire to avoid confrontation turning your kids into tantrum terrorists?
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