Problems arise for dads because many of us want the plain, cold facts, and our children don’t always communicate that way.
by Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield – What really makes a difference in being a great dad is creating positive patterns that keep repeating over time.
How to Be a Better Dad by Brian Phipps – Paint a picture of a preferred future for your kids, and leverage every life moment to help them accomplish it.
What’s the most crucial aspect of being a dad? We’re asking dads and writers to boil it down to their essential insights in a short guest blog.
A man gets a birthday call from his father, and the two of them are transported back in time. A story by Peter Lewis.
My eyes were opened to the remarkable impact that man had on my daughter’s life. I began to understand the depth of this stepfather’s love …
Jay Payleitner sent us a bunch of dad haikus to help you celebrate your role as a dad and give you some food for thought.
Patrick Hughes was born blind and with physical restrictions that keep him in a wheelchair. Can you imagine how his father must have felt? Patrick Senior often wondered, “Why us?” But then …
by Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield – Prove to yourself today that you’re a proactive dad who initiates by starting the daring conversations with your daughter.
Wisdom from dads in response to the question: How do you help your kids know that “It’s not your fault”?
Is it a sobering thought that many kids are searching for answers about why their dads are so difficult to be around?
Our kids also need to know they are highly valued and deeply loved, especially by the most important man in their lives.