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.
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 dad who has “been there” gives single parents some important tips on surviving the holidays.
In this podcast, I talk about why you only need to surround yourself with positive people that give you love and are successful. And once you do this, you’ll attract people who will help and support you, and your life will change significantly.
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?
In this podcast, I am talking with a dad who is going through some rough time. We talk about how to stay – can we stay? – A good father when our kids challenge us greatly. And what’s the take home message? The love of a child by a father can transcend everything.
Because they have learned to love others more than themselves. In this podcast I discuss why dating a single parent is the best thing you can wish for and why having a child is not negative but something you should be proud of.
I discuss the stories of 3 single dads I interviewed recently for The Man UP Project TV Show. Their stories illustrate lessons I have been speaking about that are instructional for any man or woman who would consider a relationship, marriage, having children or divorce.
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. What bearing does picking the right college or the decision to not send them have on their success in life?
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?