Great dads learn that humility and commitment are more important than having the right answers. They learn from mistakes and grow through the tough times.
While we dads can’t guarantee that our children will make wise choices and lead a responsible life, we can greatly increase the odds.
Dr. Ken looks at his research-based 7 Secrets of Effective Fathers and how they have changed through the years.
Being a good dad usually means sacrificing some activities. But in reality, it isn’t a sacrifice because our kids are more important.
Recommit yourself to fatherhood as a verb. The position of father is an honorable one, but don’t rest on that. Be a dad of action.
Many heroic dads are struggling or striving because of a tough situation, and yet they’re determined to do what’s best for their kids.
As he approached the end of his life, Randy Pausch tried to put himself in a bottle that would one day wash up on the beach for his children.
Dads work hard to provide for their families into the future, but so often it backfires as their relationships wither away in the meantime.
No matter how old your children are, you can’t start asking these questions too soon or revisiting them too often.
By Peter Lewis: Hope for, wait for, eagerly anticipate, even relish the joyful intrusion of your children into your life.