Bringing passion and purpose into your relationships with your partner, your kids, and your self.
This much we know: our children are growing up and away, as they should, and we have to let them go
Love is not a general thing, it is a specific thing.
Unless you have children, you have no idea what it’s like to ride this crazy roller coaster we call FATHERHOOD.
The depression you’re feeling now may have some harmful long-term effects on your son and any children you might have in the future.
Dude Dad takes us back to those magical and bodily fluid-filled days.
In kinky boots or not, our masculinity is not dependent upon meeting our fathers’ expectations.
Forget who can change a diaper the fastest (this isn’t a competition!). Instead, think “How can I, as a father, maximize my time with my children?” Simple. Master your inner Dad clock. 1. ROUTINES RULE Boring as it may sound, routines make the world go ‘round. Kids, especially young children, need to know what’s coming…
Look for next week’s video .Everyone else does these things, so we assume that they must be fine. Unfortunately, that they can be quite detrimental to our children. Fortunately, they aren’t that hard to stop.
Join us in saying congrats to the new dads!
Who protects the FAMILY—mothers, fathers, and children—from becoming victimized by the underbelly of Child Protective Services (CPS)?
It’s called hedging your bets
Sean Croghan’s retrospect explains the meaning of the Ghost Room and its enthralling occupant.
A powerful conversation between my daughter and my fiance reminded me it is time we demand more from our politicians.
The teen years are difficult for everyone involved, and rehashing the same fights time and again is exhausting.
Following the Mets is a simple joy worth keeping hold of as the complexities of adult life fill in around it.