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Daughters, Father Loss, and Longing: An ...

Daughters, Father Loss, and Longing: An Interview with Regina R. Robertson

TweetAuthor: Alysse ElHage For Regina R. Robertson, the journey to publishing her new book, He Never Came Home: Interviews, Stories, and Essays from Daughters on Life Without Their Fathers (out this week from Agate Publishing), began 15 years ago, early in her journalism career, when the features editor of Honey magazine advised her to “write what you know.” Regina, who […]

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Tykes and Teeth: Tackling Bedtime

Tykes and Teeth: Tackling Bedtime

TweetWe all imagine fatherhood in different ways: some of us are petrified, some of us overjoyed, and some of us remain uncomfortably numb until we actually see our children for the first time. Whatever your reaction was initially, you’re on the road to being a great dad. But there are a few jobs you probably […]

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Burn Your Ship

Burn Your Ship

This is the fifth in a series of on crafting dads who care. I first heard the ‘burn your ship” concept from a colleague at a conference when he talked about the Vikings and the definitive way they landed in America. As the story goes, when the Vikings landed, they burned their ships. Most don’t’ […]

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The Kid Friendly Man Cave

The Kid Friendly Man Cave

TweetMan caves are a popular trend among men who would like to create a getaway in their own home. These areas of the home may be located in a basement, garage, den or other spare room in the home. In many cases, the man caves include a television, video game system, a comfortable seating area […]

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