3 Tips for Dads to Address the Digital Dilemma

3 Tips for Dads to Address the Digital Dilemma

by Justin Batt If you’ve been out to eat at a restaurant recently, then you’ve most likely seen what has become a common occurrence in our society today: a family sitting at a table together, but instead of connecting with each other, their noses are buried in a phone...
Work & Family: Can You Really ‘Have It All’?

Work & Family: Can You Really ‘Have It All’?

The roles and expectations of fathers continue to move and shift. With moms spending more time working and family situations getting more and more complex, dads are often expected to step in and do more at home. And that’s not a bad thing. We dads are learning a...
3 Valentine Gifts Your Wife Will Love

3 Valentine Gifts Your Wife Will Love

By Dr. Ken Canfield Hey, dad, what are you giving your wife this year for Valentine’s Day? Ideally, you have plans well under way, but knowing how many men typically operate, consider this your one-week reminder. I encourage you to pool all your creative energies for...
5 “Main Things” for Busy Dads

5 “Main Things” for Busy Dads

Dad, are you a going a million miles an hour? In today’s world, one of the enemies of having closely connected families life is how busy we all are. It’s so easy to get distracted and off track from our families, which should be among our highest priorities. You...
Home from Work: 15 Seconds

Home from Work: 15 Seconds

“The most important fifteen seconds of a man’s day is when he walks in the door after work.” A dad recently made that comment to one of our staff members, crediting one of the pioneers of the fathering movement, the late Dave Simmons, for making the point. What’s the...

Important Work-Family Questions for All Dads

How should you define “success?” As fathers, it isn’t an easy answer. Alan is a very successful businessman. Recently he was asking a ton of questions about his life and his family’s routine. It started when his stomach started complaining. You may know what that’s...