Ignoring the polls isn’t the same thing as assuming the polls are wrong.
This time of year, colleges honor their grads, and graduation speakers honor themselves. What happens when a Commencement speaker isn’t all they’re cracked up to be?
A father’s ongoing efforts to rear informed, compassionate, engaged, and resilient weirdos in a time of crisis.
Screen addiction was turning my sons into kids I didn’t recognize. I set out on a mission to get these techheads clean.
When “it takes a village,” we can still stand together in solidarity, even from six feet away.
If I were gone tomorrow, what would my kids know about their father?
Here are four tips for getting your teacher on.
“Out There” is swirling chaos, but here, in the eerie calm, we are carefully recalibrating. Taking stock of what’s left and what we need to hold tightly when the tempest returns.
Is it bad to lie to our kids? Probably. Do we all do it? Duh. So what now?
Pop quiz, hot shot*: What important life lesson did you learn because your parents lectured you about it?
Failure isn’t the opposite of success, it’s a step along the way.
What’s a dad to do when his kids’ revered role models are rebels?
‘I started We Are Dads because, as a single father of four, I realized that no accolade I’d received was nearly as rewarding as fatherhood.’