Category: Dads

National Preparedness Month: Raising a Child With Grit

National Preparedness Month: Raising a Child With Grit

September marks the beginning of the harvest, apple-picking season, the Fall equinox, and a changing of leaves. Historically, farmers prepared food stores for the long winter months, squirrels and burrowing animals collected and buried food stores, and adult fowl taught their young to fly in preparation […]

What The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Can Teach Us About Internet Safety?
Predicting Coparenting Ability and Why it Doesn’t Matter One Bit
School Anxiety: Fear of Failure
Parenting With a Chronically Ill Spouse

Parenting With a Chronically Ill Spouse

You and your spouse have plans, big plans for your retirement, for your children, and for your family. You have expectations. Suddenly, everything changes. Your spouse develops some mysterious symptoms that evolve into full-blown illness. It’s a persistent, chronic illness that leaves him weak and […]

What Every Parent Should Know About Teenage Drinking at Home
Two Men Go Through Simulated Labor As Their Wives High Five
Does a Child Really Need a Father?

Does a Child Really Need a Father?

As anthropologist Margaret Mead famously said, “A father is a biological necessity, but a social accident.” Does a child really need a father or is the father merely an accessory before the fact? Handy for the genetic material he provides, but completely irrelevant in a […]

Birth Moms Can Lie In Utah and Dads May Never Know
I’m The Good Parent In Our Home