If there's anyone your children should be able to look to for affirmation and respect, it's you, dad.
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If all husbands would learn to do this, their marriage might simply flourish instead of flounder.
Clinical counselor Michelle Watson specializes in relationships between fathers and daughters. Here are some things she hopes all dads can experience with their daughters.
What do you think is the most important thing our sons need from us as fathers?
Are you monitoring what your children are looking at on the worldwide Web? Here's how to do it, cost effectively.
There were so many great comments on this first article that a follow-up article seemed necessary.
Before you assume the worst about your non-communicative child or grandchild, consider some reasons that may be behind their overuse of phones and other technology.
Wandering eyes and lustful thoughts are one thing, although those thoughts should obviously be kept in check. It's another when those thoughts are put into action.
It may sound old fashioned, but take this advice from someone with a successful marriage of 34 years and five children.
Which type of communicator are you? How about your spouse?
When you start to think that your child doesn't measure up, then perhaps you should examine yourself.
If you adopt these principles, life can be so much less stressful.
Are these things present in your marriage? If not, why not?
God's grace is greater than our sin or sadness. Here's what he can do for you emotionally when it comes to the area of sex.
These suggestions will help you not only run a more peaceful household and have a better relationship with your daughters, but will also set a spiritual foundation.
God created sex for the married man and woman. Shouldn't we treat it like the gift that it is?
What other activities would you suggest to other husbands that would be fun and enhance their friendships with their wives?
Here are some things that you should avoid if you don't want to start a quarrel with your wife.
Looking like a man and smelling like a man are all well and good, but doesn't the Word of God supersede such trivial characteristics?
How do we help our children understand how wrong violence is, while at the same time respecting our military, staying committed to protecting the innocent, and valuing the importance of self-defense?