Great business people have always known this secret.
Single parenting is challenging. It’s especially challenging to travel with a kid in tow.
As I’ve aged, I’ve learned that creating a healthy balance and setting a reasonable pace gets you further in the long run.
The next time you’re tempted to watch pornography, think about what you’re missing.
Being creative is not always easy. Practicing a lifestyle that fosters creativity is simple.
I encourage you to search yourself. Is there someone who you need to forgive?
It all boils down to this: don’t limit yourself. Don’t put limits on potential friendships. Don’t put limits on love.
I’m like most guys, I’d love to have a new partner. I miss companionship, intimacy, and sex. I’d also love for my daughter to have a positive female role model in her life. But the truth is, many single dads fear getting into new relationships.
I grew up learning that men should never cry. But what if that’s a lie?
Choosing money over time can kill your relationships with your kids. It also won’t teach your kids to be self-sufficient.
I’d like to think that the bigger, faster, better mentality is beginning to fade among men. I’m not so sure it is.
If you know a single mom or dad, you can help. Give them a break. Volunteer to watch their kids a couple times a month. Help out with a ride or a healthy meal. And try to have empathy. Put yourself in their shoes before you judge.
No one gets married hoping for a divorce. But it’s not a perfect world. Stuff happens. So if you find yourself in a messy divorce, please take these five healthy strategies to heart.
The sky was crying. It was an unusually misty day in Joplin, Missouri, as they laid my Angel in her grave. A friend dropped a single red rose on top of the half-sized casket. It was done. My baby was gone.
I’ve lost a firstborn daughter. I’ve struggled through a messy divorce. I’ve discovered that I can rise to the occasion during the most stressful periods of life.