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#MeToo: We Say Everything To Our Little Girls…But What Are We Saying To Our Boys?

My wife and I have two children. Our son is 12 and our daughter is 9. Now I won’t pretend to be “Holier Than Thou” here. Our daughter is a “Daddy’s Girl,” big time. She’s my princess. Nothing in the … Continue reading

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This is #FathersDay, Not “Moms Pulling Double Duty” Day

Uh oh…here it comes, right? Yes, I’m going to be that guy, even though I have a feeling I’m not entirely alone on this. And even if I was, hell…it won’t be the first time. Let me get right to the point: … Continue reading

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To The Dads: Please Be Mindful of How Often You Use Terms of Endearment With Your Daughters

   One day last week, as I drove our son and daughter back home from day care, there was a time I addressed both of them about something. I can’t remember right now exactly what it was about, but one … Continue reading

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