Category: Co-Parenting

Expressing Love in Blended Families

One of the most challenging things in life may be trying to successfully blend together two separate families with different expectations, experiences, and backgrounds. And being a […]

Noncustodial Dads Don’t Get the Luxury of being a “Good Enough” Parent

I was in several states last week doing qualitative research with fathers on behalf of Fathers Incorporated. As I sat taking copious notes observing focus groups and […]

What Happens When Parents Overthink Things!?

If You Had A Choice; (person living or dead) Who Would You Like to Have Dinner With? (take a moment and answer this before you read on […]

What does healthy co-parenting look like?

[by Fatherhood.gov] Unfortunately, divorce can bring out the worst in us. The biggest obstacles to successful co-parenting are emotions like anger, resentment, and jealousy. Those kinds of […]

How to Teach Hope to Children in a Seemingly Hopeless World

Blackish sets a great example of Media Consciousness By Kenneth Braswell (@fathersincorp) I said I wasn’t going to cry; yet, I did. Last night I waited with […]

Three Things To Know When Preparing to Teach Your Children to Drive

By Kenneth Braswell Recently I took my 16-year-old daughter out for her second driving lesson. Well, I’ll stop short of calling it a lesson; let’s just say […]

Children Deserve to Know More About the World They Live

Executive Director of Fathers Incorporated, Kenneth Braswell, is no stranger to finding ways to help his community address sensitive subjects. His professional career is grounded in running […]

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. […]