Here’s a road map for raising a teenage son–for dads, granddads, uncles and even teachers. These 5 essentials can help you guide your son to develop his concept of what it means to be a man. Our sons need this guidance especially when they can be so confused by the messages they get from the Internet, the media and even misinformed friends. Click the picture below for a great article on relating to and guiding your teenage son.
We dads and granddads get busy at work and sometimes have a hard time balancing all our work responsibilities with the needs of our families. I want to share some great insights from The Championship Fathering blog by Carey Casey with you. He’s thought about this a lot and has a lot of good ideas on how to deal with this work/family dilemma.
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I wanted to pass along these ten hints on how to give your daughter a great start. Every dad wants to do the best for his daughter. These ten things are what every girl needs to hear from her father. Click below to go to the list of ten things:
We’d all like to be better Dads. But, where do you start? This is a great 4-step method that encourages us to “just improve everyday by 1%.” It gives “Four Ways to be a Better Dad, Today.” That sounds doable doesn’t it? I think you’ll get some good tips from this article. Just click the picture below to read more.
As we approach this family holiday, I want to share this article on how we can develop a thankful attitude in ourselves and our children. Learning to be grateful for the good things in our lives enriches all of us. Happy Thanksgiving!
You’ve heard how important a dad is for a daughter. But how can you know what to say and how to do what will really be best for her? Here’s some solid advice that I think you’ll be glad you took time to think about. Just click the photo and get some great ideas
on relating with your daughter!