Affirming Touch from Dad – 7 Tips

Affirming Touch from Dad – 7 Tips

There’s great power and affirmation in a father’s touch. A kiss on the forehead. A rub of the head. A bear hug. A squeeze on the knee. A fist bump. A pat on the back. An arm around the shoulder. Dad, you need to recognize how much power there is in your touch....
A New School Year: 3 Tips for Dads

A New School Year: 3 Tips for Dads

Your children just started school or are about to go back, and I hope that’s a big deal in your mind—whether they’re starting kindergarten or the last year of graduate school. They will mature and be shaped in incredible ways during coming months, and of course you...
2 Big Pitfalls of the Technology Age for Kids

2 Big Pitfalls of the Technology Age for Kids

Do you ever wonder whether technology is hampering your children socially—or in other ways? Today’s kids spend so much time with phones and tablets, computer screens and video games that many of them aren’t learning how to hold a normal conversation or relate to...
Are Your Kids in Sports?  Memorize These 6 Words

Are Your Kids in Sports? Memorize These 6 Words

What’s the best way to handle ourselves at our kids’ sports events? Brad is frustrated by his son’s baseball schedule. After spring sign-ups, the family was notified the team would be starting “spring training” right away, and those pre-season skill-building sessions...
Make Every Day Like Father’s Day

Make Every Day Like Father’s Day

by Dr. Ken Canfield “Happy Father’s Day” from all of us fathers.com. No, I haven’t changed the calendar or lost my mind. I know this isn’t the middle of June. At fathers.com, we’re about inspiring and equipping men to be the best dads they can be. And that means that...
Just Keep Learning and Growing. Just Be Dad.

Just Keep Learning and Growing. Just Be Dad.

A Balanced Perspective on Fatherhood by Brock Griffin As you know, fatherhood is a joy! … and sometimes, not so much. The longer I am a dad, the more I’m humbled about the role.  I talk to more and more men who are having difficulties with their kids, and they...

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