When I wrote this book I never knew how close it would hit home. At 53 years old many of my friends including myself are at risk of serious health issues.
I’m not a huge fan of Men’s Health Magazine, but this ain’t bad advice: “You can’t be a topnotch man unless you’re deeply grateful.”
“Daddy Is Feeling Blue” continues to stimulate critical and complicated conversations between parents and their young children.
“At some point in their life every man is vulnerable.”
May is Mental Health Awareness Month…Fathers Incorporated will be sharing information particularly for Black Families.
Have you ever thought about how short life really is? When you’re in your teens and twenties it seems like you’ve got all the time on earth […]
When I was in my first year of college, I had a professor who told me that writing and speaking was not my forte and that I […]
A little over a month ago I was at a conference speaking and going through my normal routine. No eating before I speak, isolating myself, changing what […]
#Throwbackblog Let me start by saying God has a funny way of placing your anointing in front of you to remind you of the work still before […]
I heard it all before, have even said it; “I don’t want anybody touching my feet,” “feet are made for walking, not touching,” “I wouldn’t be caught […]
This rarely talked about subject is critically important in address the impact of fatherlessness in our children. The Impact of Absent Fathers on the Mental Health of […]
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. […]