All Doug Zeigler wanted to do was fix what was upsetting his wife. When she finally got through to him about what she needed…it changed everything.
Armed with a selection of regional microbrew beers, Doug Zeigler rambles his way during the best sports day of the year: Day 1 of the NCAA Tournament
You have a strength I’ll never have, son.
After watching a trailer for the documentary “My Own Man”, Doug Zeigler shares how much he can relate to the star’s fears about manhood and fatherhood.
The machine of capitalism is hungry. Are you willing to stop feeding it, at least for a little bit? Doug Zeigler ponders valuing things over presence.
Our loved ones’ opinions should matter the most to us. So why don’t we trust them? Doug Zeigler takes a deeper look.
Doug Zeigler is outraged: ESPN’s suspension of Simmons for *gasp* criticizing Roger Goodell and the NFL is longer than Goodell’s original suspension of Ray Rice!
Lost to America is the ability to compromise, which once made us the greatest of nations. Doug Zeigler wonders if we can ever regain the empathy for others that we once revered.
A Facebook post about a father getting separated from his son by police causes Doug Zeigler to recall his experiences with parental bias.
A startling confession from his wife while out with friends angered Doug Zeigler enough to explore the stereotype of men who are divorced and have kids.
GMP’s Doug Zeigler paired some of the finest regional beers with a slate of second round upsets. In his diary of the afternoon, he shares his thoughts on everything from Dayton’s patience on offense to Albany’s downright ugly uniforms.
Doug Zeigler used to get frustrated and angered by his daughter’s constant attempts to get his wife’s attention. But then he saw what was really the issue: his jealousy.
I give them all I can, and it buoys me endlessly.
How an article my wife sent me from a writer I’d never heard of changed my way of thinking. I think it will change yours, too.
Really dude? The bathroom’s empty, don’t stand next to me.
About three months before he passed away, 17-year-old Sam Berns gave this beautifully moving TEDx Talk explaining his dislike for obstacles and his strategies for overcoming them.