Are You Ready to Be an Entrepreneur?

Anyone expecting overnight success has nothing more than a desire to be lucky! Success takes time!!

A Dad Makes a Culinary Confession

Tonight for dinner I’m having sweet corn, carrots, and turkey. Sounds decent, right? Except there’s a catch.

I Was an Absentee Dad Until My Daughter Found Me on Facebook

“I always wondered what kinds of assumptions she had.” Did she know my absence wasn’t my choice?

I’m the Wife of a Daddy Warrior

Working out a successful custody arrangement with the ex-wife may have tremendous challenges—don’t give up.

What’s Your July 4th Story? (Call for Submissions)

What’s your July 4th story?

Better Than Medicine: 5 Foods to Strengthen Your Inner Man

Make thy foods thy medicine!

Time to Toss the Training Wheels

How to Choose the Right Bike for Your Child

Empathy in the Internet Age – Better or Worse?

Are reactions to tragedies really so heartless or do we just notice the hate more?

Men: Which Brass Ring for You—Popularity or Success?

It’s critical that business leaders strike a balance between tyrant and pushover, and it’s all in the style of leadership.

Comment of the Day: ‘You don’t need a woman to be a father’

Single men who want to be fathers can provide a loving home on their own.

3 Rules for Life from Tyler Williams’ I Have A Voice

Reading I Have a Voice will inspire you to show up fully, be seen, and live your life to the fullest.

Have a Sweet Tooth? Enjoy Ecstasy With These Healthy Snacks

If sugar is bad and artificial sweeteners are worse, then what are my options?

Perspective About a Hard Day’s Work

Two friends trade texts with pictures of their projects. One will remind you of what is really important.

How to Respond When Your Child Asks ‘When Will I Die?’

This dad didn’t know his two-year-old was capable of such a question, let alone the language to ask it.

I Survived Suicide And My Husband Supported Me

Ann Roselle opens up about her suicide attempt and her husband’s unconditional support through it.

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What Men Need to Know About Her (and Their) Emotional Vulnerability

We should believe in the power of vulnerability–so don’t wait until your 30s to express your emotions.