Today, I saw a man infected with rage.
Shaking his fists with furrowed brow
Belying his cry of war.
Today, I taught my children peace.
In war, there are no victors.
Anger spreads only the disease of hatred. Continue reading “Today”
I’d like to think we all have those people in our lives. We all know these types – the ones so addicted to their phones or tablets that they actually plan their time around their interaction with the screen. Continue reading “Suppressing the Screen to Set the Standard”
As Father’s Day draws closer, my email inbox has been overflowing with one ad or pitch after another, with each one urging me to try the latest novelty grilling apron, lithium-ion battery power tool, auto/truck accessory, sporting goods, or *gasp* yet another whimsical tie. After deleting the 20th email or so, I started to realize how, over the last 20 years of my tenure as a father, very little has changed with regard to Father’s Day, the impact of stereotypes on fathers and the relationships we have with our families. Continue reading “Mindful Approach and Attitude About Modern Fatherhood”
The Working Dad’s Survival Guide: How to Succeed at Work and at Home (http://amzn.to/1PWQtky) is the first book of its kind- advice and encouragement for men who aspire to career success and being highly-involved loving dads. I recently had a chance to catch up with and interview the author, Scott Behson, PhD., so here are 10 questions with Dr. Behson: Continue reading “10 Questions With Scott Behson, PhD, Author of “The Working Dad’s Survival Guide””