How can fathers and their sons bond better? Bob Rannigan believes his wife is on to something good with her answer.
Sports and traumatic brain injuries are a part of our culture. And our culture can (and should) change.
Three practices for a dad to offer what his child needs.
Embed from Getty Images—Keeping distance from danger is a universal self-protective response. Fathers who hold themselves away from their children often experience their own children as dangerous—emotionally. What can men do to resume their full emotional power as fathers?Men who stay away from their children don’t understand or believe in themselves enough. They haven’t had…
Embed from Getty Images—Children see their fathers as the world’s response to them. To your children, you are literally God. Words, touch, feelings all deliver a message from the world, telling them whether and how they fit in.If fathers are as careful with how we feel around our children as we are with say driving…
Too often male responses to fear are anger and isolation rather than compassion and connection.
Las Vegas Mass Murderer Stephen Paddock is a Teacher.
Our culture has developed football addiction as a response to the threat of being ostracized for being effeminate.
Embed from Getty Images—Take a breath and take a moment to remember your father’s touch. What did that question mean to you? Did you go to his hands, his words, his life? All of us are here only by coming through our fathers. How we were held by our fathers is part of our self…
Putting our children first brings us again and again to the importance of loving their mom.
Is football recreation or does it mask fear? Bob Rannigan explains.
Before he enters the house, dad needs to do these three things.