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Don’t Be a Disney Dad – Guest Blog

Father Saying Goodbye To Children As They Leave For School

We’ll be featuring another guest blog this week, this time from Scott Moore, a new friend in South Carolina who…
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A Dad’s Affirmation Can Launch Dreams

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I’ll never forget what happened about this time of year back when I was in high school, between my freshman…
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Make Sure Your Kids Have Some Mad Skills – Guest Blog

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This week I’m featuring a guest blog from Jay Payleitner—a best-selling author, speaker, and good friend of the National Center…
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60-Second Hug: Be a Dad Who Comforts

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Back when I was a younger dad with three children at home, during the summer we would often take our kids to…
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A Dad’s Lost Tools—and a Perspective Change

Father and Son Playing Together at Home

Is your family a burden or a blessing? I want to tell you about two things that happened to me…
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More Kids Need What a Father Does

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Before Father’s Day gets too far in our rearview mirror, I want to challenge you and remind you about something…
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Live Out the Spirit of Fatherhood

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This week, I was honored to receive an award at the 16th Annual International Fatherhood Conference—the Spirit of Fatherhood Leadership…
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“Keep Your Poise”: Dad, Your Presence Brings Stability

Loving father helping his son cut vegetables

Here at NCF, our staff is busy getting ready to honor dads (and their essay-writing kids) as part of our…
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A Father’s Example: “Kids Observe Everything”

How to be a dad Example Kids Observe Everything

  This time of year, we get to interview dozens of dads in several parts of the country for our…
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The Power of “I Love You” from Dad

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 Here at the National Center for Fathering, when speaking to groups of men we’ll often conduct some informal research about…
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