Great dads learn that humility and commitment are more important than having the right answers. They learn from mistakes and grow through the tough times.
We’ve all seen out-of-control parents at youth sports events. But some research gives dads a better option for encouraging our kids.
Angry fathering really does affect our children. Here’s a wake-up call and some steps to help us be calm dads.
While we dads can’t guarantee that our children will make wise choices and lead a responsible life, we can greatly increase the odds.
With all the uncertainty in today’s world, we must not underestimate what a difference it makes when kids feel safe, loved, valued, and heard.
Your children will mature and be shaped in incredible ways over the coming months, and your involvement can help set them up for success.
Joy should be an everyday habit and should continue to be evident through the entire course of our fathering lives.
Dr. Ken looks at his research-based 7 Secrets of Effective Fathers and how they have changed through the years.
A research study reveals an interesting way dads influence their kids — and maybe an area where we need to step up as fathers.
A group of teenagers provides insights into topics they wish they could talk about with their dads.
The father who’s truly seeking the best for his kids puts his knowledge and his aspirations into action. Simply stated, he connects.
Dr. Michelle Watson started this silly tradition with her dad, and you can do something similar with your children to increase laughter and strengthen your bond.