In an effort to raise capable kids, it seems like I’m the one that needs to learn the most.
Chris Forte’s reflection on a trip to China.
Sometimes your daughter needs to hear more than “You’re Pretty”. Here are six ways to compliment her. — As a dad of twins (boy and girl), I always told myself that I would, to the best of my ability, treat my children equally and not succumb to gender stereotypes or conformity. They wear all colors, […]
English poet Anne Lawrence Bradshaw reflects on her grandfather’s World War II service and its impact on her father.
For a highly sensitive child, the wiring in their brain requires patient and astute parents.
You’re the dad who your kids need to be their dad.
Should paternity certainty be important to good men?
Lois Roma-Deeley shows how our parents can surprise us in this poem, which is a “war story” in every sense of the term.
Some lessons stick with us long after someone is gone.
Should we be teaching our children–on top of everything else–that they’re sinners?
Parkinson’s Disease and a parent’s past and present are the subjects of Dion O’Reilly’s moving poem.
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We all experience loss. What better way to honor someone than by learning from them?
Joanna Schroeder on the importance of male and female friendships.