Dr. Karen Finn shares an assignment for divorced parents as they approach the holidays.
It’s a promise I have made, and it might be the most important one I will ever keep.
Do you live in a holiday war zone? Jon Beaty shows us the path to peace.
Nate McIntyre thinks Dads can do a better job modeling for their kids positive ways to express emotions.
They’re incredibly faithful, for starters.
Those facing the new world of contemplating whose Christmas festivities the kids will attend and what holiday traditions can survive the transition have it particularly hard. Rebecca Myers helps navigate some of the holiday stress.
Chasing your passions can sometimes come at a cost of damage to your most precious relationships.
Mike Berry wants to change the way we talk about adopted kids.
A new scandal in Britain has highlighted the extent of sexual abuse of boys in the game.
Sometimes the financial stress that comes with the giving season can ruin the experience.
When dads get involved, they’re sending a clear message that they care about their kids and value education.
Father Time is a weekly column dedicated to the concept of time in a parent’s life, particularly a father’s life. The point of view comes from a father of two young sons, both under three-years-old, and how time really is just that: a concept.◊♦◊Picture this: You’re getting ready for work, at the brushing of teeth…
I’m grateful for that night and what I’m continuing to learn as a result of it.
How much do you rely on Santa to keep your kids in line?
College is expensive, but it does not have to be expensive for you!
I may not be able to emulate the correct version of masculinity, but I can step back and make space for his to unfold.