What Keeps Men From Taking Care of Their Health?

Four guys sit down to talk with Jim Higley about men’s health and how to get guys more engaged with their wellness.

Do Men Not Care Enough About Their Health?

Your chance to talk with writer, speaker and prostate cancer warrior Jim Higley! Please join us Tuesday November 26th at 7:30pm for our Premium Member Hangout.

Living Life With a Sense of Awe

Teaching gratitude, not “thank you”.

Big League Dads: Baseball, Fatherhood, and Skin Care

Dove Men+Care and Major League Baseball have teamed together to focus on fatherhood.

Taking the Kids Out to the Old Ball Game

“Baseball is only for a minute but what you pour into it for your children is for a lifetime,” Torii Hunter, Detroit Tigers right fielder

Massive Man Cave Hosts Dads Playdate in Chicago

Traveling TOMY toy truck hosts play date for dads to play Battroburg and other video games in a decked-out man cave.

Graduation: A Parent’s Final First Day of School

Bobblehead Dad graduates from a parenting milestone: Taking his last child through his last year of frantic back-to-school preparations.

The Conversation About Dads Just Keeps Getting Bigger: A Response to the New York Times on Dad 2.0

We are creating the change we want to see with how dads and men are portrayed in the media.

Trying to Keep Kids Safe in a Gun-Obsessed World

Joanna Schroeder, a mother of two active boys, confides that she lets her kids play with toy guns.

Buying Boys’ Underwear For My Daughter

Tom Burns wonders what the hell is wrong with the manufacturers of children’s underwear.

Having an Awkward Conversation Could Save Your Son’s Life

Testicular Cancer is the #1 cancer in boys and young men ages 15-35 years old. Here’s a great resource for talking to your son about self-checks.

New Google Chrome Ad Highlights Awesome Father-Daughter Bond

This year there have been a whole slew of awesome dads featured in advertising, mostly with small kids.

Why Huggies’ New Commercial ‘Spaghetti Night’ Works

All Jim Higley wants is for Huggies to portray dads as they are. Not to canonize them, but to simply portray dads as men who love their kids and who are comfortable digging in with the daily work of parenting.

Screw Cliff Huxtable

Jim Higley says he’s the dad worthy of emulation.

A Dad, a Norelco, a Last Shave and a Lasting Legacy

Jim Higley, on the (He)art of Shaving.

Finding My ‘Animal House’ Friends

Jim Higley rediscovers the bucket of friends that helped define his life while throwing a toga party or two.