Co-Parenting: When It Works and When it Doesn’t

Former spouses need to put aside their difference and work together for the benefit of the kids.

No Divorce Can be Worse Than a Bad Marriage

What is divorce, an ending or a beginning, or little bit of both?

I Won’t Hide My Son’s Epilepsy, Even if My Husband Disagrees with this Approach

I don’t want it to be something of which he’s ashamed.

How To Be a Boy

Toxic masculinity, patriarchy, misogyny, privilege–what does that mean for boys today and how do we guide them to be good men?

Interactive Quote of the Day—Definition of a Gentleman

As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?

I Couldn’t Care Less If My Boys Grow Up To Be Successful

I want them to stand out from a crowd based on their character and inherent goodness, not based on a series of checkmarks on a resume.

3 Ways to Help Our Children Find Beauty in the World

When bad things are happening around us, we can teach our children how to focus on what is good.

Why I Refuse To Apologize for My Son Wearing a Dress

This loving mom believes her son has the right to express himself any way he wants, including as ‘gender creative’ and challenges people to see there is nothing wrong with his choices.

3 Reasons I Never Make Time for My Kids

I set aside time for almost every person in my life. Here is why I no longer do it for my children.

When I Was a Boy

Ah, the sweet memories of boyhood—playing kerb ball and muck ball and getting your first color TV.

My Daughter Is Obsessed With the Father She Doesn’t Have

I adopted my daughter myself, as a single mother. But lately, the comments about her “Daddy” keep on coming …

When Your Fourth Grade Son is Called ‘Gay’

What do loving and supportive parents do when their courageous boy faces the challenge of navigating the heartache of societal judgment.

6 Ways We Accidentally Teach Our Boys Rape Culture

And how we can do better.

Talking About Mental Illness and Gender Inequality

Each gender has its own challenges in having mental health recognized. Tyler Jacobson pleas for stereotypes to be dropped so more people can find health.

Just Stop Obsessing About All of Your Sons Choices

Our sons will need a lot of guidance on many issues as they grow up. Choosing candy based on gender is not one of them.

Your Deaf Kids and the Dinner Table

For hearing parents of deaf children, who have not learned to sign.