Fathers and Sons
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The effort put into fatherhood is a man's most important work. Our need to do something important and enduring is built into us by nature.
Taking a long view of the eons of human existence, it becomes apparent that raising our children is as essential to human survival as is eating or breathing.
The quality of our work will directly affect the quality of that existence, just as our forefathers' love and work gave us the qualities we needed to get us this far.
Fatherhood: True Stories
Real fatherhood in action - anecdotes. Moving stories of fathers in the daily lives of their children that every dad can relate to.
Chaos and Control
To think that a particular parenting style will keep our children sheltered from the horrors of this world is ludicrous. The best we can do for our child is be present as life washes over him.
A Father of Brothers
If you have more than one child, you soon realize you cannot love them the same. Your love for them is as different as they are.
Fatherhood: fixing man's broken chain of progenisis. A look at what needs to change in order for fathers to be more openly and actively involved in the raising of their children.
Soccer drill videos - Sports
Soccer drill videos for training. As soccer gains popularity in the US, there is a shortage of qualified soccer training experts.
Which Parent Should Stay Home?
Just because you are the Dad does not mean that you would be the best choice to stay home with the kids while your wife goes to work. There are many things to consider first, like who is the best suited for the job.
Single Father Who Stayed Single
Interview with a single father and his son. One boy says he is lucky to be raised by a single dad rather than a single mom like so many of his friends.
New-Father Poem: Our Baby Is A Boy
The picture of fatherhood. The photo made it clear that we would have a son. I could picture him already as a little boy. Fathering poetry, by A.A.Talbert
Father-son poem: A Separation
A warm embrace, Perhaps more than one. A touch, A touch to say I am O.K. A look, A look to say, Maybe, Just maybe, I am the son, The son he always wanted.
Father from Afar
Fathers from afar must learn how to hear what is not said, feel what is not seen, and say what should be said.
Fatherless Boys at Risk
Those boys whose fathers were absent from the household had double the odds of being incarcerated -- even when other factors such as race, income, parent education and urban residence were held constant.
Father-Son Poem: Rage
that spark of me that beats in his heart. hear it pound, too, in mine, my son. it started as a whisper in your mother's ear.