What would you do if you found out your kid was a bully?
If you’re always hovering and protecting, your kids suffer.
My family really needed that trip.
While constructive criticism may not be pleasant, learning how to accept it graciously is a skill that will come in handy in your kid’s life.
Who knew how badly my kids needed the lights to go out?
Teaching kids about digital harassment.
Parents experience the dark side of social media comparisons too.
We need to go deeper and teach our sons what real consent looks like.
Dads – your teen really needs you.
Discovering the sources and helping your son overcome challenges.
The company you keep determines who you are.
Parenting is hard. You’re not always going to get it right, and it doesn’t make you a failure if you don’t.
Curated content always at our fingertips sounds great, but I know there has to be a catch, and it might not be worth it.
There’s a negative stereotype about teen dads that we need to reevaluate.
In the age of selfies and social media, what can a Dad do about his daughters Instagram photos?
One of the most effective ways to improve our society happens right within our own family.