Diapers in the Bonneville — My Family’s East Coast Vacation

We all have our family vacation horror stories. They help cement us as a culture. And, this one is mine.

Your Deaf Kids and the Hearing World

There will be struggles and challenges, but as a parent, you can help your kids through all them.

The Gospel of Chewbacca Mom and Why We Need it

In a time when religion is marked by such anger and vitriol people need be reminded that faith does not need to be something we bludgeon people with.

Father’s Day – A Call for Submissions

Daddy, Father, Pop, Dad – What kind of relationship have you had?

10 Reasons I’m Grateful to My Ex-Girlfriend

If it wasn’t for the tough times, I wouldn’t have realized what happiness is. And for that I’m grateful.

Choosing to Believe in Love Will Neutralise Destructive Negative Expectations

Even cynical romantics, with a set of unrealistic expectations for a relationship, can see the power of choosing to believe in ‘possibility’.

No More Magic Feathers: The Secret To Finding Real Self-Improvement

The key to true, lasting improvement comes from within.

The Daughter I May Never See Again

I was expecting new experiences by hosting an exchange student. I wasn’t prepared for saying goodbye.

Comment of the Day: ‘Who wants a relationship without romantic feeling?’

Who wants to always be reminded that relationships take work?

8 Signs That You Overthink Everything

Or maybe should the title be, “When you think yourself out of everything”?

I Can Hear You

Prerna Bakshi describes what hearing, but not being heard feels like.

7 Tips For When Stress Drives You ‘Out Of Your Mind’

You’ll feel better! I promise.

Post-War Machismo – Be a Man

Be a Man is teaching young men how to shatter stereotypes.

Fatherhood 101: Six Simple Rules to Get it Right

New babies don’t come with instructions, but follow this dad’s advice and you’ll do just fine.

40 Days – 40 Rides

Robert Shelton found a way to change his life (and perhaps the environment) for the better.

Comment of the Day: ‘When we feel under-appreciated, we start attention seeking’

Not being comfortable with our emotions can come from our parents.