Part of the How to Be a Better Dad series – Most of us aren’t alone in our efforts to shape our kids, and we should recognize the many benefits moms bring.
Holidays / Seasonal Articles
Our kids also need to know they are highly valued and deeply loved, especially by the most important man in their lives.
One of the greatest presents you can give your daughter is to affirm her through writing. – Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield
A father ponders his priorities during the Christmas season. A story by Peter Lewis
“I set my sights on the role of Linus and did something I had never done before…” Jay Payleitner tells a story with an insight for dads.
This Thanksgiving week, it’s fitting to let you, dads, hear from my heart about what I really think about you!
Memorial Day is a great time for fathers to drive home some lasting lessons on patriotism, heroism and sacrificing yourself for a worthy cause.
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.
Each relationship is unique, whether it’s a couple or father and child, and it’s fine to take an approach that works for you—as long as it also works for your spouse or child, and makes them feel loved and appreciated.