Fatherhood is a blessing, a responsibility and something every man is 100% capable of doing – at least as well as any mom.
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 […]
A fun live discussion with GetConnectDAD at the 2017 Dad2Summit from San Diego.
It’s easy to just stay in one place but you sometimes have to get out, travel and meet people to be successful.
When one parent is a family’s sole source of emotional stability, either alone or in a couple, the burden can take a heavy toll. Next week at Dad 2.0 Summit in San Diego I’ll be talking on a panel about the best resources for maintaining your stamina and your sanity, as well as the best alternatives when none of those is an option.
The Man-Up Project Episode 13: How to enjoy the Holidays as as single parent? In this podcast I share with you how I turned around my mood around the holiday season as a single Dad. Because we all can enjoy a meaningful and merry a holiday time.
Going through a divorce can be one of the most traumatic experiences anyone can have. For men in particular, there is little support available and many men feel emasculated if they seek help. I had no one that I could ask for guidance, and I didn’t even know where to look.
I now realize the decisions I was making when I was in college would actually set in motion much of the course my life would take. I am desperate for my kids to make smarter decisions than I did and so I frequently give them fatherly advice about the decisions they are making…
My 5 children are now all over 20 years old. All 5 have gone through the anxiety of applying to colleges and the apprehension of waiting to receive an acceptance and financial award. All 6 went to one of the best public schools in the country; known for its placement of students in top colleges.
I remember looking at them back then and imagining a future when all of them had graduated from college. They would all be on their own, financially independent, married and with children. I thought of them scattered across the country…