In this episode of the The Good Dad Project Podcast, Larry says thank you to all the dads who have served our country.
We all remember 9/11/2001, the horror of it all.
The people we admire will influence our lives and our choices, if only on a subconscious level.
Are you more of a Walter White or a Rick Grimes? What does our fascination with male leads who dabble in darkness say about the changing role of men today? Anything?
Two fathers, two sons, their lives curiously interwoven in life, death, and modern miracles.
Practical life lessons from Marvel’s latest superhero extravaganza.
TWDS6 Finale: one last horrible day on Earth.
Today is National “Go For Broke” Day. It is a day to push your limits and accomplish the unthinkable. It’s rich origins can be seen in this classic film, and it is a tale you should know about our nation’s history.
The princess/superhero culture does more harm to your kids than you think.
Brad Meltzer epitomizes the characteristics of the modern, 21st century man.
In the name of optimism, let’s see Donald Trump’s media presence as an opportunity to discuss the real meaning of “winning.”
Bayard Rustin was a key advisor to Dr. King. Widely credited for the pacifist strategies of the movement, Rustin was a gay man who, had he not been shamed and shunned, could have been at the forefront of both black and LGBT civil rights.
Dr. Alun Withey on an unlikely hero who rebelled against the system.
His last message before being executed in July, 1943 was, “Let it be known that homosexuals are not cowards.”
We all require joy, hope and optimism. In these darker times, take heart that people care, that kindnesses, innovation and generosity are happening all over the world.
Teachers and friends, writers and bosses, lovers and heroes –I lovingly remember and honor the gifts you shared.