Sometimes spending time with a teenager means adjusting to his or her schedule. So be ready, dad. When those chances come, don’t miss ‘em.
Angry fathering really does affect our children. Here’s a wake-up call and some steps to help us be calm dads.
While we dads can’t guarantee that our children will make wise choices and lead a responsible life, we can greatly increase the odds.
A research study reveals an interesting way dads influence their kids — and maybe an area where we need to step up as fathers.
A group of teenagers provides insights into topics they wish they could talk about with their dads.
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.
For spiritually minded fathers, this is one of the main goals we have as parents. Here are four relevant factors from a research study.
by Jay Payleitner – The dividends include stronger family relationships, deeper conversations, and peace of mind.
By controlling ourselves, we can foster a closer relationship when it seems like our teens want to pull away.