Emerging research has proven it: Men’s bodies are built to parent, and involved fathers bring benefits to almost every aspect of their kids’ lives. (And—bonus!—there’s a payoff for dads, too.)
If you are getting tired of doing 90% of the chores in the house—we hear you. Here are some tips from psychologist Joshua Coleman.
Somehow that food has to get on the table—and the less whining the better!
For three years, I’ve promised to make a chore schedule and take over weekly meal planning. I've yet to do either of these things. So what's my excuse? Well, it's complicated.
So much of what you need to spend money on seems out of your control once you have kids, but it helps when you and your spouse have common goals.
The news about Weinstein isn't exactly a teachable moment for my toddler son, but I want to raise him to be a man who will challenge that culture of silence
Toy guns themselves aren't the problem, but it's hard to see my son play with guns when we're surrounded by gun violence. I asked experts if I should worry.
All parents wish they could have it all. But all of us have to give up a part of ourselves for our kids. There must be a way to balance things—for both men and women.
Let’s stop reinforcing the stereotype of the ignorant, uninvolved father. We’re better than that (and there’s so much more we need to do).