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Helping Kids Build a Healthy Body Image (01/21/22)

This transition from activity to identity is so subtle and often subconscious. With kids, they often are unaware of the distinction between what I do and who I am.

What Every Son Needs to Hear From His Father (10/22/21)

Research tells us that we hear somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 words every day. That is the equivalent to listening to Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" or George Orwell's "Animal Farm" on audiobook.

Exhausted? Be Encouraged (07/30/21)

Ever have one of those weeks? Months? Years? Well, the past two weeks has been just that for me...exhausting. We have been looking for a new home to buy. It seemed as though we would never find "the right home"... Continue Reading →

Help! I Don’t Know How to Answer My Kid’s Tough Questions (07/23/21)

Kids ask a lot of questions. A recent study states that "mothers are asked 228 questions a day". And that is just for one child. (My wife and I have 5 - sooo...) Parents get asked numerous questions a day.

Entitled Parents (06/25/21)

It seems like the vice of the day is entitlement. Other call it consumerism, but the underlying attitude and correlating actions are anything but pleasant. And that's the problem. Entitlement isn't just unpleasant for those around selfish people, it's actually unpleasant for the entitled person themselves. The entitled person cannot experience two critical things in life:

In Praise of the Ordinary Fathers Making an Extraordinary Difference (06/18/21)

There was not an event in my life I could remember where he was not present. So my fathers perceived absence from my game was troubling. It really was his presence I craved and desired, regardless of how close or far away he was. This was especially true for my sports games.

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