Our culture has made “quit” a four-letter word, but sometimes it’s the right thing for kids to do. Here’s how parents can help them.
Positive discipline instills long-term lessons and life skills in children without verbal, physical or psychological punishments.
Finding Zen during my solitary runs makes my early mornings stuffing lunch sacks through my late nights up with a sick kid, all worth while.
Few words accurately describe the feeling of love you, as a father, get from your little ones at certain moments. […]
Modeling good male behavior may feel like an easy out for combating social ills. Angry tweets are far sexier. But the real work starts at home.
Extroversion gets all the good press, but introversion in teens has positives, too. The key will be helping find a balance between the two extremes.