After losing his temper in front of his kids due to airport delays, Josh Misner met an airline employee who taught him the power of forgiveness
His affection is not a random thing.
Josh Misner remembers how his hero Gene Wilder transported him to a land of Pure Imagination.
Josh Misner was loathed to see his daughter being bullied. They talked. They strategized. Then something amazing happened.
Josh Misner discovered he had a choice to be a Gate-Opener or a Gatekeeper as he developed young minds. He made the mindful choice to become a role model. Here is how.
Josh Misner, Author of the Dadly Way shares a key component to successful fatherhood: the power of listening!
Josh Misner was moved by the story of Carter Gentle, a boy who was devastated when he saw the scars left by his open-heart surgeries. Here is Josh’s message for Carter and all kids with scars.
Josh Misner was the only dad at an event for parents and daughters to discuss a girl’s path through puberty. Here is what happened.
Dr. Josh Misner shares some profound thoughts on fatherhood, and why he will never “carpe diem” again.
Josh Misner discusses how starting to recognize of his own personal “blind spots”—the truths about himself that he wasn’t aware of—changed the way he saw himself as a friend, husband, and father.
Josh Misner wondered what he would tell his children if they ever asked for advice on how to be a good parent. Here’s what he came up with…
Josh Misner thinks back to the male role models he admired as a child and wonders whether his own son will ever look up to him in the same way.
How many of us would stop an assault in progress? Josh Misner considers the psychology of the question.
Josh Misner was desperately in need to a male role model when he entered the sixth grade and, fortunately, that’s exactly where he found the teacher who would change his life.
A quiet moment between Josh Misner and his son made him realize that he needs to spend more time in the present, savoring the fleeting moments of his son’s childhood.
Josh Misner argues that spending one day per week technology-free has reaped immense benefits for both him and his family