Poised for Bigger Things

Poised for Bigger Things

As we approach the end of the year and look ahead to marking 30 years as an organization next year, I’ll be spending a few weeks on what’s ahead for the National Center for Fathering (NCF). (For some practical thoughts for your fathering and the holidays, please read...
8 Reasons Your Kids Need Grandparents

8 Reasons Your Kids Need Grandparents

Rickie began experimenting a bit when she left home and went to college. First, she got a few extra piercings. Her dad, Jim, wasn’t thrilled, but he tried not to let it affect their relationship; it was her decision, after all. Then Rickie wanted to dye her hair blue....
3 Ways to Avoid “Blind Spots” with Your Daughter

3 Ways to Avoid “Blind Spots” with Your Daughter

by Michelle Watson, PhD, LPC We’ve all heard the term “blind spot” when it comes to driving. And just to make sure we’re all in the same lane, here’s how the dictionary defines it: “An area where a person’s view is obstructed.” And though this term refers to our line...
3 Ways Fathers Instill Hope

3 Ways Fathers Instill Hope

by Ken Canfield, Ph.D. It’s one of the most necessary preventive qualities that a father can instill in his children—giving them security, peace, confidence, and many other qualities you surely want them to have. It requires your steadfast focus and asks you to...
Daughters and Mirrors – Audio Clip

Daughters and Mirrors – Audio Clip

This week we’re featuring a fantastic action point for dads of daughters that Dr. Michelle Watson shared as part of our recent radio special.  Michelle says, “Be aware that most of the time your daughter looks into the mirror, she sees every flaw.” As dads, we...

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