Ethan is a 6 year old boy who plays with dolls – and he’s awesome. Why is there such a stigma around boys playing with dolls? I think behaviors like this are teaching our boys to be bad fathers.
In this “Dear Son” letter, a big lesson I’ve learned is that there is no “work-life balance” and why it’s important it is to find your passion.
My most recent letter in my “Dear Son” series of posts is about how the next generation should learn from the mistakes of the current generation and live your life with empathy.
Dear Sons: on this Mother’s Day, appreciate your mom for all that she is, and not just what the calendar tells you to see.
As you learn the importance of participation, you’ll also understand being a part of something larger than you is necessary for growing up.
Dear Son, “Real men don’t cook” and “you fight like a girl” are clichés that really don’t have any place in today’s society. The way we fix them is to change our own behavior. As you grow up, it’s important to know that it’s okay for dudes to be kitchen savvy and not be afraid […]