Because the inability to say “No”—the inability to set personal boundaries—is one of the most common, insidious causes of human suffering.
The conversations about and by dads is evolving, just as we continue to evolve, and are happening everywhere online and in person.
We’ve been doing Saturday Dinner and a Movie for four years now. The boys sometimes ask me if they can go hang out with friends at the mall or do movie nights somewhere else. But they almost always ask me what movie I’m making food for every Saturday, regardless of their plans.
You don’t know it but you’re beautiful even at 6 a.m. in the morning rushing out the door to work trying to find the perfect heel to match the third outfit you just swapped from the closet.
There is ZERO physical touch in texting, unless you consider rubbing glass a form of touch.
Shortly after 9-11, I traveled to New York City to work with the Red Cross. I thought going there would empower me, make me feel like I had done something for my country. In some small way, I wanted to honor those who died.
I’ve been at this parenting game for a while now. Not as long as my wise sage of a dear pal, Jim Higley, mind you, but long enough to have …
I promised myself I would not be one of those people who are constantly checking their smartphone.
By Michael Bryant. I showed him by example that it is ok to feel.
By Tim Akimoff. I felt the pressure of the waning miles as I tried to squeeze in every last trick and tip I’ve learned on my own journeys.