Video: Stay Connected to Your Daughter

Video: Stay Connected to Your Daughter

Our good friend Rick Wertz enlisted help from his adult daughter, Amanda, to describe ways dads can stay connected to their daughters. It’s short video, but you’ll be challenged with some simple but powerful action steps. (And she provides some good ideas...
For Dads at Home: 3 Ways to Check Your Anger at the Door

For Dads at Home: 3 Ways to Check Your Anger at the Door

by Michelle Watson, PhD, LPC I know that all families around the world have been thrown into an unusual situation lately with the COVID-19 pandemic. And maybe it’s starting to feel like it was a lifetime ago when you had the routines of work and school to help create...
How to Raise a World-Changing Daughter

How to Raise a World-Changing Daughter

by Michelle Watson, PhD, LPC I’ll let you in on a little secret: I want to be a world changer! Stated more specifically (and with a lot more words!): I want to leave a lasting legacy of equipping fathers with better tools to intentionally and consistently pursue their...
Runaway: A Moving Video of a Father’s Love

Runaway: A Moving Video of a Father’s Love

You’re probably familiar with the Prodigal Son parable from the Bible. Here’s what you might call a more modern version depicting the depth of a father’s love, featuring the song “Runaway” by Jess Ray. (Unofficial video by Kevin McGlade.)   The father in the...
Halftime Shows & Helping Our Children Define the Line

Halftime Shows & Helping Our Children Define the Line

by Randell Turner, Ph.D. As is often the case, last Sunday’s halftime show during the “big game” drew a variety of reactions. On one hand, there were celebrities and well-known athletes praising the two women on stage: “AMAZING! Fantastic Half Time Show!” “Incredible...
What Your Daughter Really Longs For

What Your Daughter Really Longs For

by Michelle Watson, PhD, LPC I wish you could sit in my counseling office, even for part of a day, because you’d hear what I consistently hear from teenage girls and 20-something women.  You’d hear how often they doubt themselves, how often they fear a future without...

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