Divorced and playing the single dad is not an easy role. Often decisions are made without my input. And most of their hours as a family, the real work of being a family, don’t include me.
By being mindful of your teen and present in his or her life, you’ll see a big difference in how they respond to you and life’s challenges.
Protecting a child from the perils of life is the hardest part of being a parent.
The age of consumerism has been going on for quite a while. The question is, how do you raise kids to think outside of the social norm and understand being a minimalist?—This is an article by Joshua Becker“We always pay dearly for chasing after what is cheap.” ~ Aleksandr I. SolzhenitsynFour years ago, we sold, donated,…
Sean Swaby believes that we are in need of a healthy dose of what he calls Blame Retardant.
Last week, Lynn Wicker covered the preparation dads need to face to make it through the earlier years of parenting. This go-round, tweens and teens are the topic.
Comedian and Podcaster Paul Gilmartin shares 15 tips for teenagers and the adults who love them.
I don’t have teenagers yet, but I’m going to be the dad of two in the next few years, I’m scared. Please help!—Yesterday I wrote about how scary babies are. I stand by that, but the more I got to thinking about it the more I realized it’s not the babies we should be scared…
Now is the time to get intentional with your child rearing, dads. Lynn Wicker paves your positive parenting path.
Kids experiencing FOMO can suffer psychological damage, leading them to feelings of restlessness, anxiety, inadequacy, depression and irritation. P.S. adults are affected, too…
The Transition to Adulthood Can Bring Teens and Parents Closer
Your teen is more likely to make positive decisions if they have a strong, positive relationship with you as their parent. Forging that bond is easier than you think.
Vaping has some hidden dangers of which parents should be aware. Tyler Jacobson is here to point them out for you!
If you have a teenager, if you are a teenager or if know a teenager, you need to read this Declaration of Teenage Independence.
The other day I gave my wife the look. At 7:30 on a Thursday morning, I was finished. We love him, but our teenage son is driving us mad.
“Grandma, I’m a good person and always try to do the right thing. How can you tell your own grandson that he is demonic?” I said. “Well,” she said, “the truth hurts.”