Talking prostate cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Leave it to a dad to put the current political landscape into Harry Potter terms. That is what Brian Rutter does. For him, Bernie Sanders is a muggle. Here is why.
Brian Rutter, dad of two daughters in the suburbs, finds himself living in a perpetual state of vehicular motion.
What would happen if more people expressed their feelings (all of them) at an extreme? Brian Rutter gives us one example and asks if it works.
Brian Rutter contemplates life choices and finds redemption through the power of Shawshank Redemption. Again and again and again.
Writer Brian Rutter thought his life was about the butcher, the baker and the custom cabinet maker. Then he looked a little closer.
Where are the days where good deeds were their own reward? This dad wants them back and the attention seeking to end.
“Do as I say, not as I did” could be the mantra of many parents who experimented in their youth. This dad decided the days for hypocrisies had come to an end.
“But how do you recover when you’re used to keeping things undercover?” Brian Rutter talks about being diagnosed with “two cancers for the price of one”—and surviving.
The Burbman takes a moment to muse and say “oh deer” over Bambi, and the things that get bumpers in the night.
My wife and I have been through so many ups and downs with medical and financial issues, Mt. Everest would be a piece of wedding cake, a walk down a suburban lane. Will our tanks be stuck on empty once the house empties out of children?
Having another child seemed like a lost cause for Brian Rutter and his wife. They found a solution, and it might surprise you.
Brian Rutter shares his story about an encounter with an interesting pick-up line.
Brian Rutter wants to know: Is the part of parenting where you have to teach your children how to drive really necessary?
Divorce is hard enough as it is. Brian Rutter discusses how to survive the suburb gossip when there is a divorce in the neighborhood.
What’s with the age difference, George?