There’s a stereotype out there that men lose their identities when they get married. Tom Brechlin disagrees.
I share these personal letters for one reason and one reason alone. Dad’s are important and they truly have an impact on their children. So please, never give up.
The bonds that Tom Brechlin created with his daughter at a very early age have followed them both into adulthood.
Contracts are good business, even in the home. Tom Brechlin talks about negotiating in families as both parents and kids age.
A tribute to Ernie, by Tom Brechlin.
Tom Brechlin on taking things for granted, his father, and coming to terms with his biggest regret.
All Tom Brechlin has to do is look at his photo wall to remind himself how grateful he is.
A marriage to the romantic and dreamy teenaged girl next door.
Tom Brechlin wants to give a persona public service announcement to parents no matter what city they live in.
There were more heroes than villains in that Aurora, Colorado movie theater where 12 were killed.
A Mother’s Day Tom Brechlin won’t forget. #48 in a series: 100 Acts of Male Goodness.