Accepting a Disabled Child, Part 1

Most dads don’t think about the responsibility of caring for a disabled child until they experience it first hand. Loving and accepting a child with special needs is a process which takes time and prayer to go through the emotions. Related Article: Accepting a...

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. Divorced dads are finding ways to...

Thanks for What? Divorced Dads & the Holidays

by Scott Moore It’s that time of year again: the holidays. For many divorced parents, during this time of year when everyone is talking about family, we’re without. While it’s difficult not having a partner during the holidays, it’s particularly difficult when we...
Talking About the Divorce: 5 Things Kids Need to Hear

Talking About the Divorce: 5 Things Kids Need to Hear

by Keith Zafren                             My wife and I separated three years ago. Honestly, it could have happened sooner, but for several years I was paralyzed by fear. I wanted to avoid hurting my three boys the way my dad’s leaving had hurt me, and I was really...

Believe in Miracles: 5 Lessons from Raising a Cancer Survivor

5 Lessons from Raising a Cancer Survivor by Adam Bolling   I get to be a dad. [tweet_dis]There are many fulfilling things in life, but being a dad takes the cake.[/tweet_dis] Honestly, I never thought I would ever be so blessed as to be the father of five...

Single Fathers: Press On

by Matt Haviland Is it possible to be a great father as a single dad? The short answer is, “Absolutely!” However, since being a single parent brings a variety of outside factors and dynamics, we may have to take a slightly different approach. It will surely look...

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