This much we know: our children are growing up and away, as they should, and we have to let them go
The pain was deep, which caused her to put more love into us.
I’m wondering what Great-Grandpa thinks of a selfie?
Johnathan Delavan takes an old story and issues a call to the fatherless wherever they may be.
Chad Miller thought he had wisdom to impart to his son. Turns out, he himself was his greatest student.
We’re arguing for the right side, but our approach isn’t working.
A special look at relationships across the generations.
My father was a couch potato. My husband makes the whipped potatoes.
Is aging just something that happens, or is it an opportunity for men to see their own reflection in a mirror and leave a legacy behind?
Jeff Jackson strives to live up to the standards of being a “good dad,” and does the best he can. As he ponders what that means, he realizes his own dad was pondering the same thing.
Joe’s feelings towards his dad have always been complicated. He was never been able to really express his opinion about it until he applied it to his own life. He has gained new perspective, and shares it here.
As Brent Green thought back over the legacy that was his dad, fatherly clichés were what reached out for him beyond the grave. He found they became the most important advice. Here’s why.
Absolutely understanding their effect on young men’s idea of war?
Where did we go wrong in raising this generation, and how can we correct these mistakes? Take a look.
Von Thompson writes of the Pacific Island nation of Palau, haunted by the clash of Japanese and American forces during World War II.
Sami Jankins suggests it’s time we start reexamining the qualities that make up who we want as today’s role models