Tag: parenting

Fathers Incorporated Launches Drive To Five Campaign

The Drive to Five messaging campaign will equip and empower fathers with the necessary tools to understand the importance of and fully develop their role as fathers, encouraging them to engage positively with their children during the most formative years of life–up to age 5.

Tackling Technology and Raising Children For Millennial Fathers

The age of technology is upon us, and for millennial fathers, it could not have arrived at a better time. According to the Pew Research Center, 59 percent of millennial fathers look for parenting information online through their smartphones.

Are Dads Hitting these Educational Checkboxes for their Children?

Fathers are becoming more and more active with the daily life of their children since mothers are just as busy with their careers.

5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Relationship with Your Kids

Fatherhood is challenging. Whether you realize it or not, how well you get along with your children right now is setting the tone for your future relationships.

Concerns of an Expectant First Time Father

No matter how prepared you think you are in life, once you hear those two words, everything goes straight out the window. The moment your wife says, “I’m pregnant,” is one you will never forget.

Tips for Preparing Your Child for School

No parent wants their young child to have such a poor experience during their first year of schooling that it affects them for the rest of their lives.

What To Do When You’re Feeling Blue about Dad’s Health?

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.

Living and Succeeding with No Boundaries

Fathers Incorporated is in development stages of creating it’s narrative change project, “No Boundaries.” The project seeks to tell everyday stories from tragedy to triumph

Bad Dad Rehab Contains A Message of the Fatherhood Work Before Us

Bad Dad Rehab is about four men who are fathers to their children, but not dads.