Whether it was intentional or not, maybe you have tried to turn your child against his mother. And make no mistake, these kinds of comments move you dangerously close to placing yourself between your dear, sweet child and someone he loves more than anyone else, except you.
Single Dad Articles
If you're a recently divorced dad, be prepared to see a side of your kids you've never seen before. Kids who have been...
I’ve learned some things about being a great divorced dad, especially about communication. Here are my best pieces of advice for fellow divorced dads about talking with your kids after the divorce.
by Matt Haviland Is it possible to be a great father as a single dad? The short answer is, “Absolutely!” However,...
A lot of dads out there feel like they are “drowning.” They’re stressed out, feeling alone, overloaded in many ways,...
We need to be careful when determining what we’re fighting for. We can easily get caught up in fighting for us—our rights, our reputation, our time—and not realize that our children are getting caught in the middle.
At 53, my days as a runner are a fond memory. Not to say I couldn't get back into the shape I was in 1983 when I got up every morning at 6:00 am to run two miles before work. It's just that I seem to have run out of time for myself these days. I'm a single dad.
Soon after my divorce in 2000, I became the primary custodian of my two sons CJ and Brandon. I remarried in 2007, but those years as a single parent gave me a different perspective on fatherhood and the task of training my sons in the world of dating and relationships.
The holidays are here. You love your kids, and you want to be with those little rascals. You want to share all the wonderful experiences that the holidays promise, but you're divorced—or you are getting a divorce—and you don't want to share them with your ex. What to do?