Important Work-Family Questions for All Dads

[tweet_dis]How should you define “success?” As fathers, it isn’t an easy answer.[/tweet_dis] Alan is a very successful businessman. Recently he was asking a ton of questions about his life and his family’s routine. It started when his stomach started complaining. You...

Divorced Dads: Find Ways to Be Involved

Some of the most heroic examples of fatherhood are found in single, non-custodial dads. While some men make things worse for everyone by pretty much checking out of their children’s lives, more and more men are bucking that trend. [tweet_dis]Divorced dads are finding...

Just Learn (and Pass On) Authentic Manhood. Just Be Dad.

A Dad’s Stupid Quest for Masculinity by Mike McCormick Recently, my 14-year-old son and I were riding ATVs in the Rocky Mountains on a father-son bonding weekend. At one point, we encountered a particularly treacherous incline. It had snowed that morning, and the...

5 Tips for Talking to Your Daughter About Sex

Talking with your daughter about sex may seem like mom’s job, but dad’s play an important role too in the conversation. For a full list of tips on addressing this important subject with your daughter read our Tools for the Journey article: 11 Tips for...

3 Benefits of One-On-One Time

[tweet_dis]If you have more than one child, sometimes you still need to go one-on-one.[/tweet_dis] We often challenge dads to commit to that “alone” time with each of their children. Here are three powerful reasons: 1. [tweet_dis]One-on-one time lets kids know they...