Month: December 2015

A Different Motivation to Lose Weight

So here we are again, at the end of the year and contemplating what resolutions I’m going to make for 2016. At the top of the list, […]

Parents Tell Stepparents What They Really Think

As a parent of a blended family and someone whose profession is to strengthen families through stronger fathers; this video hit a soft spot in my heart. […]

thedaddycomplex: yearinreview: Top Posts: Parenting Call the sitter. Not a whole lot of folks from the actual tumblr parenting community on here, but still cool that the […]

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Men Sharing The Gift of Health for the Holidays

By Kenneth Braswell and Joshua DuBois If you are a father like we are (one an old pro, and one a new dad), you must be thinking […]

What Question Would You Ask Your Absence Dad?

  This week we got a chance to work with young men in prison. It’s always interesting to ask the question; “If you could, what would you […]

Thank You for Keeping Your Promise Daddy!

By Patrick Patterson Recently I picked our girls up from school and in my normal fashion I asked “How was your Day”? Our oldest answered with the […]

National Celebrate Our Sons Night Coming Feb 2016

For our second year! National Celebrate Our Sons Night (formally, Save Our Sons Night). Friday, February 19, 2016. Last year we had 111 organizations nationwide participate. Stay […]

Engaging Men in Health: A Holiday Season Challenge

December 6, 2015 By: Broderick Johnson, White House and Armin Brott, Men’s Health Network As men, we don’t always prioritize our health the way we should. So […]

Existing Inside Out: Fathers Celebrating the Holidays Alone

By Kenneth Braswell (published in Rolling Out Magazine – Atlanta on Dec 2nd) Have you ever thought you belonged to something; only to feel like you don’t. […]