Feeling anger or frustration isn’t the problem. It’s what you do with those emotions that’s key.
Disciplining kids when they already feel bad for their actions is tricky. Here are two tips for teaching kids to be responsible when they’ve messed up.
As fathers, we should be aware of what our children (and grandchildren) are seeing and hearing in the media and elsewhere, and we can view these events as opportunities for thoughtful discussions with them.
Renew your commitment to your kids every morning. There’s so much at stake, especially when it comes to your children’s future.
Think of Father’s Day as a milestone, the start of a new year in your fathering, when you end one season and begin another.
We all celebrated Mother’s Day a few weeks ago, and I hope you did it up right. Moms definitely deserve to be honored...
As fathers, we want our kids to learn to get along. But often our goal becomes ending the ruckus as soon as possible rather than helping them learn.
A calm father makes his children feel comfortable and secure, and increases the opportunities to experience the real joys and rewards of fatherhood.
Dads, our words have so much power to heal or to hurt. But too often we forget how powerful they are.