Punk Rock Papa ran into a soon-to-be dad. It inspired him to lay down this practical guide. — The other day, on Facebook, a friend was nice enough to do a little promotion of Punk Rock Papa to a soon-to-be dad of twins. A brief back and forth with the man brought me back […]
It took some hard lessons for Alexander to realize that he didn’t have to keep living his life by other people’s standards.
Gara Hoke Lacy on the hardships of step parenting, and the five best ways to deal with a difficult child.
What I learned that no one told me.
Gift-getting expectations should not be gift-giving obligations.
There are people out there who will just get you and just accept you, just the way that you are. Sometimes you don’t need fixing, you need accepting.
Jordan Gray says that everyone comes into their relationships with expectations. But some are a lot more harmful than others.
A Dad Shares About the Huge Horrible Horrendous Fight He Had With His Wife —That She Never Knew About
Adam Hall was furious. Irate. Beside himself. He ranted, he raved, he fumed. Thanks to what he discovered, his wife was completely unaware of the fight they had. Here is how it went down.
What we expect may not be what our partners are willing to give.
One reader commented about why he used to worry about not kissing the girl.
When it comes to others, be helpful, compassionate, grateful. But don’t live up to their expectations.
It may seem selfish at first, writes Chris Riotta.
Tor Constantino shares a simple 8-word affirmation that could make all the difference for you, your kids, and your family.