You must exercise a different patience with aging parents than you do with your kids. It requires a special grace you must find deep inside.
A middle-aged father seeks answers, hope and meaning by asking his kids their thoughts about the rigors of turning 45.
To our kids, our personalities when we are out of parent mode are mysterious. So would they like us if we weren’t their caretakers?
Having a “dad life” and “fitness life” has made me realize the similarities between being a good father and working out successfully.
A scientist, a devoted sports fan, a patient and funny grandfather — remembering dad shortly after his passing and all he was and did.
Don’t measure success by your wealth or fame. Measure it by how well you handle the long, fulfilling walk down the path of fatherhood.