The Joy of Fathering
Importance of Fathers
Fathers & Sons
Fathers & Daughters
Second Wives -
Gender & Fathers
Custody & Divorce
Science Fair Project
Signs of Puberty
Muse ED Review
Mens Hair Removal
Child Support Policy
Child Support Math
Missing Child Money
PhD. & Weekly Dad Columnist
Adjunct Professor, St. Philip's
Fatherhood and the Metrosexual Dad
These men enjoy theater as much as a ball game, collect recipes as well as tools, are emotionally present, and work hard to better their community. Know any?
Sometimes all it takes is holding a hand to really connect.
The last Christmas? Yes, indeed! The last holidays of the millennium.
I'm not sure what it is about siblings, but somewhere along the way some of us find it difficult to love each other like we love our friends.
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.
Competition: Size Isn't Everything
Men constantly strive to best each other, to get one up on the next man. And if this compulsion is not softened, it creates hard edges on relationships that last a lifetime.
Teenagers Push Us Closer to God
If your son doesn't play sports, how can he get some of that exploding testosterone out of his body? He can't stay in bed or the bathroom forever.
Christmas: Give a Gift Worth Sharing--Yourself
For a busy dad, missing his own father during the Christmas holidays has helped him understand the importance of his role. Dad's presence is the most important gift to his kids during the Christmas holidays.
Moving ahead, not just rolling along
Rolls out a promise for challenging dads to come to grips with the power they have as fathers--to raise a country of young men as proud as we are of our forefathers.
Being Mean, Dads Teach by Example
Surviving diseases our families innoculate us against: None of these can be more important than helping our sons control their egos, as they teach us to deal with our own.
"I Was Scared"
A son and a dad learn how to grow closer by talking things out, even if it hurts!
Sons Will Only Grow Up when Mothers Let Them
There are mothers who want their sons to remain dependent, and these men may marry a woman to replace mom, finding it normal to have a woman who will dominate and mother them. Fathers need to be alert to this cycle and intervene, so their sons will grow up to be better parents and spouses.
Mothers Raise Presidents...But!!
How influential are the maternal grandfathers of great presidents in the lives of their daughters? Mothers raise presidents, but who raised them?
Dads as Models of Self-Discipline
Disciplining and punishing our kids may win a battle, but it is the self-descipline model we give them which will make the real difference in the long run.
Start the New Year with a Hug
Men generally tend to look toward the future. We focus ahead, on resolving issues that won't impact on our lives for years.
Don't Wait Another Day to Enjoy Life with Your Family
I’m not sure how you’ve spent your summer, but this has been a busy one for us. One that included several trips to places as a family without work, e-mail, or the computer. Among those things that we secured are memories, or gifts that the children will have forever.
Rules and Nintendo
If we don't teach our kids to follow the rules, are we not teaching them to choose to break them?
Use Parents to Bust up Bullies!
Many of the recent shootings seem to indicate a preponderance of bullying is going on in America, and apparently, no one is doing anything about it.
Men 2 Fathers
Tell our sons what they need to hear. Be there, not to keep them from falling, but to help them up if they do.
The Spurs, Duncan & Rules
The importance of rules, and the importance of icons like Tim Duncan following the rules, even if it means wearing a suit.