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The more that I think about, Joseph isn’t my favorite child — he is my second chance at being a better man and a better father.
Filed Under: siblings
By Tobin Walsh
When the grades came in, I realized my kid’s failing school and started into the classic Five Stages of Parental Freaking Out.
By Pete Gilbert
I’m not saying all sixth graders should have a cell phone, just that ours should. Yours might need to have one, too, but I won’t judge you.
Filed Under: technology
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Do you ever get tired of parenting in our “selfie” culture? While many recent self-esteem movements have nurtured children’s healthy development, it seems other cultural trends have fostered their self-absorption. (We could begin with the […]
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. One child bullied is one child too many, according to our guest contributor.
By Whit Honea
Masculinity and men’s mental health are getting a lot of attention these days, from press to politics to parenting, but is it enough?