The results of our family’s DNA tests included confirmations and surprises, but it also speaks to the broader value of American immigration.
When you lose a parent who lived alone for forty years, sometimes a discovery provides an opportunity to move past the grieving stage.
Because life is not fair.
It is the essence of being human – to reflect on our life, judge our long-term decision process and question where we are headed.
The soul searching, heart-wrenching and second-guessing have to stop. It’s time to apply a heavy dose of common sense and bravado so we can get on with life.
When you’re a parent, you enforce rules constantly. Try this approach out to see if it takes some of the pressure off of your shoulders.
For millions of men who did not have a father growing up, it is sweet redemption to provide a better experience to the next generation.