20 Life Lessons I’ve Learned as a Man and Father

Thomas Hocknell dispenses hard-won wisdom gained on the path of manhood.

How Does a Dad Talk to a Four-Year-Old About Sex?

“You did WHAT to mommy?”

My Biggest Struggle as an At-Home Dad Wasn’t What I was Expecting

Modern men know that family is their most important job.

The Courage of Vulnerability: Becoming Better & More Whole Men

Showing our emotions is a strength.

You Can’t Do Your Kid’s Pushups

DiaryDad learned a lesson about strength, but first he had to do a lot of push-ups. I want to tread into the realm of teaching kids to be strong. I am a father of two young boys who I want to grow up to be strong men. I want my boys to be emotionally, mentally, […]

Six Truths to Speak Over Your Kids

Go to war for your kids, not against them.

As Long As We Are Alive, We Are Fathers

Fatherhood is an experience that doesn’t end. Once you become a father your identity is forever changed.

Daddying Up for the Kids

Why are dads more likely to see the value in a business conference than they are in a parenting conference?

A Short Guide to Firing Your Special-Needs Health Care Provider

In Part 10 of the series, “Every Family Has a Story,” Darla Johnson helps you think through the options if you need to change your special-needs child’s health care provider.

How a Dad Can Cherish the Opportunity to Coach His Son

If being a dad is the most important thing to a man,then what he says to his son has to be done with the vision to shape and inspire.

A Dad’s Letter to His Daughter

Steve Garrett has taken a thorough look at the men in the world. He decided to write is daughter a letter about them. Here are his thoughts.

Why Dads Wear Pajamas

The modern dad has a whole new reason to be thankful for pajamas.

Making Your Life Suck Proof and Beyond, The Roman Way

Reflections From the Son of a Stoic on the Possibility of Loving Every Moment of Your Life

Call for Submissions: My Two Dads

Is there more than one father in your life?

A Jolt of Fun for Dads

Ken Carfagno has a brilliant way to forge memories with your kids while you do routine errands.

George, The Son I Never Had

Family takes many forms.