The Power of Words and “Because I said so”

 The Championship Fathering blog by Brock Griffin   [tweet_dis]Have you ever used “Because I said so” with your kids? And should a dad ever use that line?[/tweet_dis] I have some thoughts on that as I step in for Carey this week. But first, some context and a...

5 Ways to Support Your Student During Finals Week

Finals week can be stressful for a student driven for success! But you as a dad can help by doing a few simple things to let them know you care and you believe in them. Utilize some of NCF’s tips on How to Support Your Collegiate During Finals to help them get...

Just Write Messages on Mirrors. Just Be DAD.

One Great Way to Affirm Your Daughter by Michelle Watson, PhD, LPC I forget what age I was when I heard my first nursery rhyme, but there is one in particular that is burrowed deep into my memory bank like a steel nail into softened wood: “Mirror, mirror, on the wall,...

Just Connect Every Day. Just Be DAD.

Three ‘Dad’ Things to Do Today by Doug Spangler   Here are three things you can do today to build the father-child relationship you want and your child needs. In the morning, touch physically. Make contact with a pat on the back, a soft hand on the shoulder, or a...

241 Love Notes: Romantic Gestures for Husbands (& Dads)

  What’s the most romantic thing you’ve ever heard about a husband doing for his wife? One of the best happened about three years ago, from a couple in Canada, Devin and Crystal. (And it wasn’t even on Valentine’s Day.) Devin is a Navy seaman who said good-bye to his...

6 Tips to Connect With Your Teen Daughter

    Download Tools for the Journey: 6 Tips to Connect With Your Teen Daughter from NCF now to get 6 great tips on how to keep the line of communication open between the two of you!...