A new school year can be very intimidating. Dad, this is your chance to make a big investment of encouragement in your kids.
Let’s appreciate military dads for the sacrifices they make and what they go through as they try to stay connected with their families.
Jeff Zaugg: Please don’t settle for “Dad Average” on Father’s Day or any day. The “Dad Awesome” approach is about intentionality.
Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield: If you feel angry, sad or confused on Father’s Day, here are some truths to hold to and suggested steps to take.
by Jay Payleitner: Both parties do care, and both generations would probably like to communicate more effectively.
Dad, you have some remarkable mothers in your life, and it’s up to you to help make Mother’s Day truly memorable for them.
Spring and summer bring possibilities for activities and events with each of your kids and your whole family. Make the most of them, dad.
If you’re serious about being the dad your children need, then you’ll want to start the year with a targeted plan. Our new resource will help.
Many of us notice our kids’ positive qualities and accomplishments, but we put words to our pride far too seldom. Here are 3 steps to take.
It’s all about time together—being available to your kids, giving them your full attention, and making some great memories with them.