As a father, it’s your job to help your child navigate the waters of life. While you want them to reach independence as they grow older, they can’t get there without your help
Parenting has changed; despite the fact that mothers do still tend to be the primary caregivers to children, dads now spend three times as much time with them as in previous generations.
You can get through the first few days on pure excitement and adrenaline. After a couple of weeks though, reality starts to sink in. You may wonder if you’re ever going to get a decent night of sleep again, or to even have a single moment to yourself. There is a light at the end of the tunnel though.
Becoming a parent changes your life forever. And while feelings of happiness are the overwhelming factor, you will naturally have a few concerns about your child’s well-being. As such, it’s vital that you learn to take responsibility by doing all that you can protect them.
Whether you have children or not, having an emergency plan in place is so important for each and every household.
According to Kaplan Test Prep’s most recent survey of college admissions officers, more than two-thirds of colleges (68 percent) say that it’s “fair game” for them to visit applicants’ social media profiles…
As yesterday I celebrated my birthday, I shared some advice I would have given to my younger self.
Fatherhood is a blessing, a responsibility and something every man is 100% capable of doing – at least as well as any mom.
I thought I would hate traveling alone, but it’s fantastic. I go where I want, how I want, and stay where I want.
When I Realized It Was Okay to Be a Dad and Stopped Trying to Be a Mom It was 1997 and it was time for me to figure out how to take charge of this unimaginable situation I was in. I was the primary – correction, sole and […]