Give Yourself Some Credit
It can be easy to question your parenting. To feel like you’re not doing good enough, that you’re not nearly enough. You see what other parents are doing, or hear what other fathers say they are doing, and it can ...
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If You Don’t Believe In Them, Who Will?
In 1982-83, Jim Valvano coached the North Carolina State basketball team to a National Championship title. The Wolfpack was a mid-ranked team that entered the NCAA tournament looking like anything but a title contender. It was improbable that they’d win ...
Daily Dad and David Rubenstein on Raising Happy and Healthy Kids
David M. Rubenstein is a successful entrepreneur and an innovative philanthropist. He is the co-founder and co-chairman of The Carlyle Group and host of “The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations” on Bloomberg TV. He is the the author ...
Meet Them While There Is Still Time
In his book, The Vanishing American Adult, then-U.S. Senator Ben Sasse pondered what might strike a person from the distant past as odd about our modern society. Aside from the technology, he said, they’d notice the extreme age segregation. Invariably ...