Are we still in a pandemic? Then why are my food stamps being cancelled? Take a trip with the Disturbed Dad, and get a glimpse in the life of a broke asshole who’s raising 2 boys on minimum wage.
As a divorced dad, spending time with my kids is important, but most employers don’t share my values on this issue. They never have. Parents are no longer willing to sell the time we have with our kids for chump change. Can our society and economy finally change to support this need?
Gatekeeping in the home. Who holds the keys? Who guards the doors and tells you that you can’t enter here?
Another piece in my series on GateKeeping.
After a divorce, will you change the way you discipline your kids? How does a divorced dad deal out Rewards and Punishments when the landscape of parenting has changed?
Has anyone ever called you a Helicopter or Tiger Parent? Are you just as confused by those titles as you are to why you’re being judged too harshly? Parents today face more judgment and scrutiny than they ever did before.
Is open communication with your spouse about your parenting practices a good thing? Perhaps you are allowed to do things the way you want to without having to always report or verify it with your significant other.
How did parenting evolve in our species in the first place? What is really going on here and do we really know what we’re doing?
Being a stay at home dad can make you question your manliness. But do we have to wonder if we are being a bad role model to our own sons?
In caring for my kids on a budget, I sometimes do things that I feel guilty about. I sometimes wonder: are we parents raising our children at the expense of society at large?
New fathers are often told to make friends with other dads as a way to have support. Does anyone ever tell you that other dads sometimes suck?