Category Archives: Dads

Parenting Through Death & Loss

My last post was in honor of my Dad on Father’s Day.  It was also the day I got the news that the cancer Dad had only recently been diagnosed with was taking over his whole body, and his organs … Continue reading

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How Fathers Create Space for Imperfection

What’s your take on these wise words from Seth Godin?  “Truly perfect is becoming friendly with your imperfections on the way to doing something remarkable.” I interpret this with a parenting twist: Truly perfect is feeling free to embrace your … Continue reading

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Fathers Know Best

Do you take risks, set boundaries, and move with confidence in the world?  You might say “Thanks, Dad!” Most Dads do whatever it takes.  They work long hours.  They fix things (expertise not required).  They listen when you have had … Continue reading

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