To commemorate one year of the Father Time column, let’s roll the tape and look back at some highlights. Time is a precious currency. Time is a precious currency between parents. It’s an almost tangible thing that is negotiated and traded intensely between Mom and Dad, the primary owners of the account. You quickly learn…
Author Jill Christensen recounts the most difficult aspects of an intolerable marriage.
I was always scared, as much as I didn’t want to be my mother, I was.
Parents open up about the terrifying moments after they learned their child’s school was on lockdown.
I used to hear people say you should be required to pass a test or take a class to be a parent, I never understood why—now I understand and agree with them.
How I am focusing on forgiveness and the future.
Jed Diamond shares how his life was re-shaped after having children.
This is honestly every parent’s worst nightmare.
I hope you really do give your children this letter one day.
How do you react when you recognize that it’s not just your kid having a bad day?
His powers come from the love for his children.
It doesn’t take massive events to make lasting memories.
Marc Frazier reminds us of how easily marriage and family life can become perfunctory.
Step 1. Get a towel. No, not a hand towel. One big enough to dry your body with.
Richard is our new favorite customer service guy.
Bringing passion and purpose into your relationships with your partner, your kids, and your self.