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By Sarah Driscoll 1. Love his mother. He will learn to love like you love, and hate like you hate. So choose love for both of you. Devote yourself to it. Love with your whole heart and express that love … Continue reading
By Bea Hinton To this day, I don’t know what my father looks like. In 24 years I have had no contact with my biological father; it is more likely that someone reading this post has more information on him … Continue reading
By Noah Berlatsky If my wife and I divorced, who would get the kid? Obviously, if only for mental health reasons, this isn’t the sort of hypothetical I want to spend any significant proportion of my time worrying about. But … Continue reading
By Julianne Hing Becoming a mother forced artist Janine Macbeth to search for a new definition of fatherhood. After giving birth to two children, Macbeth found that old gender norms and ideas about fatherhood were not just hopelessly outdated, they … Continue reading
This was a FANTASTIC movement in Omaha, NE yesterday. Men need to be present, active, and responsible in children’s lives. Other towns and cities can duplicate this event around the nation and send a message, not just to children but … Continue reading
Mr. Glazer points out a community that is more than overlooked, men who are active in their children and family’s lives. The media generally covers all the negatives about us. The media generally covers us as irresponsible, immoral, distant, not active, and deadbeat. … Continue reading
Excellent article. Remember, that we learn from our fathers but our fathers also can learn from us. White Man Raising a Black Son: What My Son Taught Me.