We limit our own child’s potential based on a world that pre-dates them.
Raising a boy in today’s rapidly changing world can be challenging. But it is as rewarding as it is important.
Adults who don’t give their kids respect, don’t get it back.
How can you help them to learn what they need to know now and prepare them for their uncertain future?
Some parents have chosen to follow a “get it out of their system” approach to handling their teens’ misbehavior.
Embed from Getty Images—If you’re hurrying, you’re not fathering well.If you had great teachers in your life, take a moment to consider how they did it. Most likely they were very engaged with you, sharing information while they valued you. There was room for questions, curiosity, play, and understanding.Teaching is a large part of being…
You can have a tremendously positive influence on your boy by just spending quality time with him.
Don’t like public toddler tantrums? Pete Beisner has a few pieces of advice for you.
Are you man enough to be still and silent while your family suffers?
My day starts with a “Jeez, don’t drop the baby” moment. It ends with me dreaming of Hooters. Just another typical stay-at-home dad day.
How can parents focus more on encouraging their child’s development than how outsiders judge their parenting skills?
Here are some ways to rock the parenting game.
What can we do while our children are young to prevent them from suffering or spending years in therapy having to unlearn everything?
A playground encounter forces a dad to assert his right to parent.
Instead of imposing society’s toxic expectations of masculinity, Paget Norton works on developing in her son these more useful qualities.
What can a man do to commit to a lifelong learning plan for his fathering?