I may not be able to emulate the correct version of masculinity, but I can step back and make space for his to unfold.
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.
Kids have always done foolish things. Now with the internet, it’s serious.
There’s something wrong in thinking that the world doesn’t favor us at the expense of others.
Worth can be hard to quantify in numbers!
If we keep over protecting our kids, Generation Z is going to make Millennials look like Evel Knievel.
PASTA week today, my wife and sons and I went to our boardwalk amusement park in San Diego. We rode the carousel, the Silly Submarine, the race cars, and played in the arcade. My sons were doing what they do best: having fun in the moment. My wife enjoyed herself, too, and we both took…
It’s in moments like these that we get the gut checks we need to be able to solve our greatest challenges in life.
My parenting mantra is: “Do your best and hope he doesn’t turn into a sociopath.” And I guess that’s really all we can do, because if we’re honest with ourselves, I think none of us really know what we’re doing.
Driver Guruvayurappan lives in Kerala with his wife and children. He also works at a gas company, carrying heavy cylinders that give him a backache. At age 40, Guruvayurappan wonders if he should migrate elsewhere or buy a rickshaw that could serve as an alternate source of income, but till things work out, he needs to work…
“It’s a 24/7 job that I can’t walk away from. Can I handle that?”
This is a time of introspection for many of us, when “thoughts paw and scratch” and “naming certain things is an infidelity.”
Being a father actually is, far from how I was told that fatherhood should be.
Good does not always triumph over evil.
There’s no plan or rule book, but here are some tips for preparing for fatherhood.
When things get heated, we tend to believe that what’s in the best interests of our children is what we want and disregard other perspectives. Millar Montgomery on how to see that you’re on the same team.