Crush Your Son in Driveway Basketball

Crush Your Son in Driveway Basketball

by Jay Payleitner Dad, never let your twelve-year-old son beat you in driveway basketball. Or checkers. Or Scrabble. Or Ping-Pong. Or chess. Or anything that requires skill, knowledge, and practice. Because in just a few years, he will beat you. And that victory will...
Making Amends: How One Dad Did It Right

Making Amends: How One Dad Did It Right

by Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield I can easily say that the most common question I am asked by fathers of daughters (in person and via my website) is: How do I make things right with my daughter? Because things between us aren’t so good. The exact words that some have...
Bedtime Joys & Opportunities for Dads

Bedtime Joys & Opportunities for Dads

Dad, do you tuck your kids into bed at night? If you don’t, you might be missing one of the great joys and opportunities of fatherhood. Here’s what a first grader wrote about her dad in one of our essay contests: At night before bed we talk about our day and if I am...
Imperfect Dads Doing Our Best

Imperfect Dads Doing Our Best

All of us at fathers.com have a collective confession to make: We’re far from perfect as fathers. That probably isn’t shocking to you. As it turns out, thinking and writing and speaking about how to be a great dad and working to help other dads is very different from...
Recognize the Importance of Being Present

Recognize the Importance of Being Present

by David HirschPart of the How to Be a Better Dad series It was late 1996. I was working full-time and wrapping up a three-year commitment with a respected fellowship, and we were celebrating the birth of our fifth child. On the outside, it appeared I had it all...

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