One of the joys of parenthood is watching your little loved ones develop admirable social and moral traits as they grow older. As a parent, it is your responsibility to help your children effectively develop these character traits.
Friday, November 11 is Veteran’s Day—a day to celebrate and honor all United States servicemen who served honorably in the military in wartime or peacetime.
While divorce transcends all age brackets, the divorce rate of people over 50 has doubled since 1990. Researchers predict “gray divorces” will triple by 2030.
One of the most important ways a father can stay involved in their children’s lives after a divorce is by playing an active role in their schooling.
Divorce is one of the most emotional experiences you will ever face. The decision to end a marriage is not an easy one, and often it is accompanied by anger, fear and resentment. The negative emotions associated with divorce are responsible for more than hurt feelings; they affect the legal process and its outcome.
In a moment of exasperation last spring, I asked that question to a virtually all-black class of 12th-graders who had done horribly on a test I had just given. A kid who seldom came to class — and was constantly distracting other students when he did — shot back: “It’s because they have fathers who... Read More
When a couple has little or no marital property, no children and no disagreement on spousal maintenance/alimony, their divorce usually goes very quickly. Most couples, however, have numerous issues to work out during the divorce process.
Helping your child with homework can have a positive impact on your child’s learning! It can also enhance your relationship with the school and your involvement shows your child how important it is that they do well in school.
Dads, you are often the last to know that your child is the victim of bullying. Children often do not share that they are being bullied with their parents due to shame and embarrassment.
After counseling hundreds of men going through a divorce, psychologists Sam Buser and Glenn Sternes decided to write the book, A Guy’s Only Guide to Getting Over Divorce, to answer common questions men might have about how to handle the process.