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.
Fatherhood is a blessing, a responsibility and something every man is 100% capable of doing – at least as well as any mom.
In this podcast, we have a dad calling in who is suffering from PTSD while going through a divorce. Not an easy scenario, but can he get full custody and keep a good relationship with his kids?
Is it possible for someone who clearly is such a great dad to actually be dangerous and apocalyptic to this country? I say the answer is absolutely not.
One of the personality traits that successful parents develop is the ability to multitask on steroids. After the kids leave the nest, can we adjust to a slower and happier pace?
I surprised my adult daughter for her birthday by showing up at a party she was having. Is it a coincidence that the only two people in the room that weren’t drinking were me and my daughter’s boyfriend? It was obvious there was more to this than just luck.
I grew up in the New Jersey suburbs with typical boyish aspirations of being a football player, astronaut, fireman or Olympian. I didn’t consider growing up to be a leader. But it happened somehow… So here’s why I lead:
I was determined to follow a different path and not allow history to repeat itself – for the third time. I had 13 years and a lot more life experience under my belt, which gave me the strength and wisdom to develop these 10 habits to direct me to happiness and success after divorce: