As a father, your children need you to be a dependable, predictable reference point in their lives. Children should know what to expect from you.
Armin is now living every day with renewed passion for fathering and is making different decisions about what to do with his time, money, and energy now that he’s clarified his fathering vision.
Dads, you can view this quarantine time as a problem, or you can be proactive and make the most of the time you’ve been given at home with your family.
Our children may be growing up in the digital era, but we as fathers also need to recognize the immense problem that’s often created.
There’s really no such thing. “Having it all” in one area almost always requires sacrificing something in another.
By Dr. Ken Canfield Hey, dad, what are you giving your wife this year for Valentine’s Day? Ideally, you have plans...
It’s so easy to get distracted and off track from our families. Here are 5 tips to help you stay focused on the family while living in a busy world.
“The most important fifteen seconds of a man’s day is when he walks in the door after work.” A dad recently made that...
How should you define “success?” As fathers, it isn’t an easy answer. Alan is a very successful businessman. Recently...