Through Their Eyes There are times when just looking at my sons makes me crumble. And it’s usually for the smallest things. The expressions they make, how they try out new words, and how their voices still sound babyish. For those tenderest moments, they slay me. How they kiss me goodbye when I go away…
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…and Experiencing the Gift you were Given The gift of life, given to you by your mother, with a contribution from me, is housed in the entity that is your body. Each of you are blessed to have one that is all intact, that functions normally. You’ve had bumps and bruises, injuries, viruses and infections,…
And the residual effect of her love… The most important woman in your life is, and will always be, your mother. Yes, you will have girlfriends and lovers, and hopefully a wife or partner, whom I hope and pray you will treat with dignity and respect, whom you will support and protect with all your…
Most coaches and leaders aren’t spending their time with your kids for nefarious purposes, but again, better safe than sorry.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Kelly Marie Carlin-McCall, discusses family and personal background in the Carlin household and current work and ideas.
Is it because Mohan Das guards the premises of this saree shop in one of the many little towns in India that he has such a huge mustache? It does help him look intimidating and very much a part of the security team! — Photo: Author
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Joe McCurdy, with a story of bullies, courage and fatherhood.
Brett Ortler takes us on a rollicking look at the changes that happened and the things he learned during his son’s first year of life.
This is a comment by Nick, mostly on the post “I’m a Sh** Parent Like Tony Hawk. Aren’t You?”
Removing the stigma around talking about sexual violence against men is key to the path to recovery and a healthier, safer world.
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