I don’t think I can say I learned anything from being hit, except for fear.
Contact sports are the latest focus in the war on masculinity. It dehumanizes men hurts the children who find freedom in sports.
I keep running because it makes me a better writer, there is no better remedy to writer’s block than a run.
Your baby doesn’t know the difference between good behavior and bad behavior.
My father—the perfect policeman.
Procrastination is dangerous. In fact, it is just as dangerous as walking across a highway.
Chris Forte shares his daily discipline of growing closer to God.
Don’t second guess this father’s steps if you haven’t walked in his shoes.
Dr. Travis Bradberry talks about the one character trait that can determine your success and shows you how to get it—grit.
Dramatic efforts to bring America to its best-self, like Mr. Kaepernick’s protest of the national anthem, are acts of tough love of country.
Why I feel a moral obligation to discipline in public exactly how I discipline at home.
There’s good hustle, then there’s bad hustle. Are you hustling the right way?
Steven Lake sees himself through his wife’s eyes, and it’s not a pretty picture — it’s hysterical.
What does the research say about how kids view discipline? You may be surprised.
Which kind of gladiator are you: the one that brings the battle or the one that has the battle brought to them?
The good the bad and the ugly. Steven Lake explores two years of thinking and writing about relationships – often his own.