Author James Breakwell joins the Federalist Radio Hour to argue why you should stop helicopter parenting and learn to embrace your child’s destiny as devastatingly average.
As a tribute to Father’s Day, I’d like to describe the household labor of two fathers I’ve known: my own father and my husband, the father of my children.
For Father’s Day, here’s the best of my dad’s sage wisdom, for all ages and stages of life.
If your dad is a griller, chef, or just loves to eat, I have you covered. Here are seven great Father’s Day gift ideas.
Manhood doesn’t happen naturally. Manhood is a behavior and essence that must be taught, an identity that must be bestowed by a boy’s family and the larger community of men.
Being a little lame as we age is one of the proudest traditions we haven’t totally abandoned yet. It’s up to us to preserve it.
Chelsea has her work cut out for her. She’s just one-woman kid against the Trumpkids, which is hardly a fair fight in numerical terms.
Is it too much to ask that we skip the latest Disney princess for someone in a mask or jump suit? Inquiring fathers want to know.
We know TV and movies beat up on dads. But not all of them.
This holiday takes fatherhood in its entirety, as a grand, amazing vocation and reminds us it is one of honor and might, not just in how it plays in our own personal lives.
What did I tell you about touching the thermostat?
As culture continues to make fun of men and fathers, a growing posse of men are beginning to set higher expectations for themselves.
Everything is going to be fine when your daughters go on dates, dads. Relax. Pour Scotch.
We have bourbon, we have a shop vac, and we have wives who are good at getting blood out of things. Why would we need to create daddy versions of the angry mommy blog?
Here’s something new, thanks to the Super Bowl: Mass media depicting men in a positive light. Plus the usual inanity.
Here’s how to legitimize the at-home dad without pretending men and women are interchangeable.
There is a real, organic, and irreplaceable relationship between a father and a child that is essential to the child’s development and happiness.
My dad is one of those classic men you don’t see glorified nowadays—the strong, silent types who feel deeply. To him and all like him, Happy Father’s Day.
A new study claims that dads who do more chores raise daughters with higher career aspirations. The only problem is that its results are garbage.
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