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Being a Good Dad: What Courage and Strength Are For

  Dad, how are you using your courage and strength? A few weeks back, I featured some comments on video…
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Roles of a Forever Father

  A dad named Alan recently described his relationship with his kids this way: Part companion   . . ….
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Tragedies Send Us Back to Basics (See Video)

  Penn State. Aurora. The list just keeps growing of places where scandals and tragedies have happened. I’ve been in…
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Wayne Simien on Video: Being a Good Dad is a Learning Experience

  In what ways do you need to grow as a person? Maybe that’s a question you don’t think about…
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“Go Deep” with Your Kids

  Just about every week, there’s another story in the news about some tragedy. A school shooting. A suicide or…
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The Incredible, Addicting Rewards of Being a Good Dad

Although I’m a granddad, I still appreciate a good “kid fix” … I was working from home, catching up on…
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“Pick on Daddy” Time …

I was heartbroken to hear the news that Dan Wheldon, the 33-year-old racecar driver, died in a crash last Sunday,…
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The Best Part of Your Day (See Video)

Before Little Eliot Hartman Mooney was born, his parents were told that he would likely die in the womb. And…
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A question you should ask your kids …

A lot of dads want to connect with their kids, they just aren't sure how. The truth is, dads and kids can connect at any time — while doing dishes together, driving to soccer practice, or while running errands.

Why Great Fathering Does NOT Involve Sacrifice

Do you ever think about how much you're sacrificing for your children? I often challenge fathers to make a bigger commitment to their fathering. The simple, everyday investments in your children can be the most powerful over the long haul.

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