Here are some great tips for dads on having ‘that’ conversation
It’s true, there are going to be adjustments to your schedule and your life. Enjoy your little one.
Once in a great while, heavenly bodies such as stars and planets align, forming a rare matrix for mankind to ponder in the night. Like those exceptional occurrences, one of these eons, your child will also sleep through the night. The first year (or more), not so much. Your darling might wake up, twice, three,…
Back to School – It’s just around the corner. Here is a template for noncustodial parents to use to stay involved in the academic lives of their children. Feel free to personalize this letter to your child’s school administrators and teachers.
Stephen Krasner knows first-hand the uphill battle for father’s rights in the court system.
Is a task simply a task, or does it require title and gender? These dads break it down according to need and like rather than traditional roles.
When we talk about our dads, what do we say? What do we hope our children would say about us?
When his son started wetting the bed at night, dad Rob Watson knew there was a lot he did not know. The one thing he DID know was that shame would not be productive. Here is what worked instead.
The ROI on being vulnerable and seeking help is your freedom, and essentially enjoying your life.
I’ve come to the conclusion that maybe it’s not that I can’t see men as victims — maybe it’s that I don’t want to see my stepdad as having been one himself, before he was an abuser.
It begins with the decision that the legacy of shame left behind by a toxic parent won’t be the way your story will end.
A few weeks ago, my son and I were leaving the mall, walking toward the parking lot, when there, at the end of a row of cars, I saw the unmistakable profile of the Time Machine. I rushed us to the car, a 1981 bare stainless steel DeLorean in mint condition, and peered into…
We posed these questions to early reviewers of Welcome to the Men’s Group, here are answers from two of our twitter followers.
What part of being a dad was expected of these fathers, and what didn’t they expect?
How do dads teach their kids to live in joy and not fear?
Writing to the memory of the father.