Dude Dad Taylor Calmus salutes his wife on her first mother’s day.
Mother’s Day can be the worst for men and women who deal with infertility.
The plans you made with them are now avoidable memories you’ll never experience.
Hold her, listen, and cry because the only thing that can come close to filling the void of that little life she’s missing is your love and your embrace.
How can a happily married couple — yearning for more — know when enough is enough?
If you’ve ever lost a child, a pregnancy, or perhaps even the ability to become pregnant in the future, don’t allow others to tell you how or how long you should grieve.
Miscarriages happen all the time and they are awful. Dads often stand back feeling powerless, but this can make it a lot worse. Here are four things we can do to support ourselves and our partners through the devastation of miscarriages.
What motivates Doyin Richards to be the dad he is today? Pain and heartache.
Talking about a miscarriage is almost taboo – but recovery begins with honest conversation.
Doyin Richards didn’t know how badly he wanted to be a dad until the opportunity was almost taken away from him.
Prospective fathers are affected by miscarriages, but there is a lack of support for them.
Dads can often be forgotten in the devastation of a miscarriage. One dad shares his experience in hopes of helping other dads going through it.
His son is in heaven, but Andrew Lawes is on a fast-track to hell. His only hope of meeting his son is to be a good man. His first step is to confess his sins.
One man’s emotional journey through the preparation for fatherhood, the loss of the child, and the empowerment to bring masculinity into the 21st century.
Eric Shapiro went through a miscarriage with his wife. He would like to be able to talk about it.
I stood behind the door wanting to fly in with my red cape, but I can’t this time.