We’ve become entrenched in our own need to be the most right, the greatest martyr, and along the way we’ve lost our empathy.
My son doesn’t have memories of dad spitting fire and venom. He has memories of a dad taking a breath, a knee, and a moment to listen.
Quietly observing my kids play and enjoy tennis, the sport I love, helps me see that I must be doing some things right as a parent.
Lawyer/author Brett Grayson talks depression, raising kids and writing the autobiographical ‘What Could Go Wrong?’ on the Modern Dads Podcast.
Masculinity and men’s mental health are getting a lot of attention these days, from press to politics to parenting, but is it enough?