I’m Not the Only One

Everyone has a story. POPS (Pain of the Prison System) is my story.

I Want Students Curious, Not ‘In Compliance’

Dr. Kwame Brown can see the value in learning to cooperate in learning, But he also believes in the value of challenge and noncompliance

A Relationship Coach Seeks Advice: A Father’s Hardest Day

Relationship coach Chris Armstrong needs your help.

Please Don’t Threaten My Son For Dating Your Daughter

Enough with the tired gender norms we impose on our teenagers when they begin dating.

The Imperfect Parent’s Guide to Teenage Freedom

If you have a teenager, if you are a teenager or if know a teenager, you need to read this Declaration of Teenage Independence.

How to Fill an Empty Heart Back Up After You’ve Failed

Mike Berry shares a tough parenting moment and the heartbreaking lesson he learned from it.

A Dad’s Top Ten Tips For Teens

Jeremy Barnes offers tips for teens (and their parents) to help make the sometimes bumpy years a smoother ride for everyone.

Death Is The Greatest Teacher In Life

Shawn Henfling believes that experience is lifes great educator.

5 Rules For Talking With Your ‘Tweenage’ Daughter

Aaron Saufley explores the intricacies and true meanings of conversations with his ‘tweenage’ daughter.

7 Signs Your Teen Is Having Difficulty Coping With Divorce

Divorce can be especially tough on teenagers. Here are 7 signs they’re in distress and 7 ways you can help.

How to Unspoil Your Son in 1 Simple Step

In my experience, parents are partly responsible for “creating” sons that are indifferent, lazy or entitled.

WTF Is Puberty?

TomSka tells you everything you need to know about puberty in 7 minutes.

Looking Back on a First Kiss

What would you tell yourself if you could go back in time?

10 Ways to Make it Through Your Son’s Teen Years…Without Killing Each Other

Either he’ll never leave the house or he’ll never be home. Whichever it is, you’ll wish it was the other. Savor the time he’s there instead of lamenting the time he isn’t.

Feelings are as Important as Grades to Teenagers. Can Schools Help?

There is lot on the minds of teens other than school, grades and friends. Research shows being asked “prying” questions could make a real difference to their mental health.