Category Archives for "Fatherhood"

‘PC’ Parenting is Straight Garbage

This piece has been in the works for a few weeks now. The reason for this lengthy ‘write time’ is I wasn’t exactly sure how I would be able to cover the concept of ‘Politically Correct’ parenting without breaking it into a ‘series’ of sorts. I’m not a fan of series, I write about a […]

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Dads & Daughters

I am a fortunate man in the sense that I have both a masculine son and a feminine daughter. After I wrote Fathers and Sons, where I discussed how, “Your son is going to follow the example you set, not the advice you provide.” I decided to write a piece dealing with how to raise a daughter […]

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Fathers Raising Sons

I left active duty after a successful 8 year career not because I didn’t like the military, but rather because I knew I’d rather be a quality and present father than a stellar sailor. Collecting a pension at 39 sounded like a solid plan and originally it was. But after my son was born and then […]

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Remove the TV

The television in your home is a portal for outside thoughts and influences to enter your inner “safe space“. I want to push back against the “norm” of having the TV be the leading source of information and entertainment in you and your family’s life. The world can be a dark place; there’s no reason […]

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The Majority of Fathers Are Weak

So you know where I’m coming from I’m married and have an 8 year old son and a 5 year old daughter (Updated February 2018). I’ve come across way too many obese, entitled, spoiled yet victimized kids in my life for it to be an isolated issue. I don’t think these kids are just in […]

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