The Things Dads Wear for their Kids …

  Dad, you’d do just about anything for your kids. But would you wear anything? The other day in our offices, a dad on our staff wore some very interesting socks. They were on the wild side, and didn’t really match the rest of his clothes that day. They were Superman...

Be an Involved Father: Make Every Day Family Day

Studies have shown that when families make it a habit to eat dinner together, teenagers are less likely to use drugs and alcohol and less likely to have high stress. Kids of all ages do better in school, especially reading. Plus, it’s great bonding time. Mealtimes are...

How to Find Your Fathering Comfort Zone

Do you ever feel lost or out of place as a father? New dads almost always feel intimidated by the idea of having a child. No one is ever quite prepared for such a radical change. (And that’s why we produced our free ebook, Forming a Lifelong Bond.) Even more...

How to Have Quality Time with Your Kids

Leading up to Father’s Day, there’s a national campaign to remind fathers of the important role they play in their children’s lives. It’s being promoted by the White House and various fathering groups, and it uses a common phrase for its slogan: quality time....

Dad, Start a New Habit, Like One-on-one Time

Here’s a Father’s Day challenge for you. (You have some lead time to think about how you can apply it.) Here it is: Start one new habit that will make a difference with your family. Think about one change you can make that will benefit your children or bring you...

Your Job Description: Defining What it Means to Be a Dad

Remember when you held your first baby in your arms and asked yourself, “Now what do I do?” You didn’t get an answer, did you? At work, a job description helps keep you on task for your company. But what about a job description for dads? At no time do we feel the need...