You are his best chance for true love.
Instead of locking him in his room with a bag of Doritos and his PS3 until he’s 30, I want to share some dating advice with my son.
The invisible daddy is one who wants to be visible, but others deny his existence. Here is the plea from one such dad.
How can Amazon.com produce a show as inclusive as “Transparent” and yet run a discount program that argues that moms (and moms alone) represent families? It’s time for that to change…
Kids and the sexual messages of Fifty Shades of Grey cannot mix. Adrianne Simeone shuts down the combination here.
Jeff Bogle used to judge you as a parent. He is done with that. Here is the new, non-judgmental, him.
You don’t have to sit by and watch your child miss out on school, friends, or sleep because of worry. Renee Jain shows you what you can do.
Dad and Buried could not WAIT for his young son to be able to do certain things. Until he did them. Now we have a desperate dad wanting to turn back time.
There are things every guy can do to help the self-esteem of the woman they love. — I remember fondly when my wife first started telling me I was her hero. It was because I[Read More…]
Are you a Yoda Leader?
How a Man Handles a Crying Woman Makes or Breaks a Relationship. Intimacy Expert Allana Pratt Gets Vulnerable…
Being attractive is more complicated than straight teeth and nice pecs. Harris O’Malley shows us how.
Beth Cone Kramer offers four escape routes out of a verbally abusive relationship.
When teacher Karen Anzoategui was faced with a student who admitted to being homophobic, their response was not what anyone expected.
Writer Karen Jones wants gals who catch men doing self-deprecating humor to encourage them to stop. Then tell them how great they are, instead.
Allegra Jordan on forgiveness, reflection, and self-compassion.
Tracy Bennett explains how revenge porn is legal in most states and countries, leaving victims with little recourse for protection.
Elisabeth Corey teaches her daughter how to draw healthy boundaries.
Ken Goldstein had finally made peace with becoming an author. Then he discovered he had to build a platform.
Al Deluise isn’t lactose intolerant and didn’t drop his cone. The reason he’s crying over ice cream is actually a bit complicated.
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