We’ve all seen out-of-control parents at youth sports events. But some research gives dads a better option for encouraging our kids.
Angry fathering really does affect our children. Here’s a wake-up call and some steps to help us be calm dads.
Your children will mature and be shaped in incredible ways over the coming months, and your involvement can help set them up for success.
A research study reveals an interesting way dads influence their kids — and maybe an area where we need to step up as fathers.
If we aren’t careful, this big moment in a child’s life can become a big conflict. 7 tips for dads in the passenger seat … and beyond.
by Rick Johnson: When boys are brought up to feel competent and capable, they have a much better chance of succeeding at life.
by Jay Payleitner – The dividends include stronger family relationships, deeper conversations, and peace of mind.
Having kids should not put an end to romance. Actually, just the opposite. Dad and Mom need to be even more intentional about their marriage.
There’s a lot more at stake than a win or loss. You have nothing to prove except that you love and support your child.
By Peter Lewis: Hope for, wait for, eagerly anticipate, even relish the joyful intrusion of your children into your life.