Mrs. Brady was empowered and liberated, and Mr. Brady did nothing to diminish her strength and her shine.
My Pop was a hard-nosed Italian who taught me work before play, restraint before revelry, and desire before doubt. “Come out of the gate strong”, he’d say.
This world needs men who will be strong leaders and gentle fathers and lovers. We need men who will stand up for what they believe in and be inspiringly confident while remaining humble too.
In looking at the source of my masculinity, I realise that its essence comes from my father.
Kieran Revell has words for his son.
Rob Watson learned a lot about bedwetting when he went through it with his son—including the debunking of several common myths.
I don’t think we can fathom what our sons in a Donald Trump America are likely to grow into.
It’s not just a matter of boys liking pink without qualifiers. It’s about adults reinforcing to our children that color matters, that certain colors in certain contexts are wrapped in shame, and we are safer when we hide our joy and vibrancy from the world around us.
1. MAKE A BUDGETA little extra time in your life bank feels just as good as a little extra cash in your wallet. So, imagine creating a daily or monthly budget where you designate amounts of time you need for certain activities. A visual look at what you currently spend your time on, and what…
Wanting your kid to not fall into the gender stereotype is as bad, to me, as wanting your kid to be exactly in line with the stereotype.
He knows that “different is good”. Here’s how to help him respond to the doubters.
A father’s love for his disabled son is put on display in the best way possible.
Mike Berry shares his son’s remarkable perspective.
For Mary Johnson, meeting the man who murdered her son was part of letting him go.
This past week, my wife was ready. On Tuesday night, after dinner, she said it was time to move the crib into the baby’s room. The crib, you see, had been in our room since our second son was born in May 2015. For over a year, his room has doubled as the guest quarters…
Dinner time at our house means no television. It means we all sit at the table to eat and talk about the day. That’s the hope, however, with a three and one-year-old, we’re not having much in the way of meaningful table conversation. Instead we’re begging one to come back to his seat between bites,…