It’s actually happening. It’s time to say goodbye to President Barack Obama and hello to … what? We and a group of writing dads share hopes and worries in the post-Obama era.
We believe … that it’s incumbent on every parent to shoulder his or her share of the educational lift. We ask that you reject the concept of “post-truth,” that you embrace the importance of learning, that you do all you can to shift our world back off this perilous course.
October is National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month. One in 30 teens abuse over-the-counter medicine, so if you don’t know what dextromethorphan (DXM) is, read on to learn about it.
Charlie Capen of How to be a Dad spoke at the White House about the roles fathers play in helping kids recognize and navigate gender stereotypes.
We can’t travel to England to walk Hadrian’s Wall, but we’ll contribute as much as we can to Camp Kesem by scraping together our spare change between now and July. You can, too!
World Cancer Day reminds us that cancer never takes a day off. Neither do we. We will fight it and end it with love and courage. And we will do it together. We are coming for you, cancer. You will soon be history.
Kindness can happen anywhere, any time. For instance: on an interstate highway, 300 miles from home. We were well into our family’s annual Thanksgiving road trip to North Carolina a couple of weeks ago when my iPhone buzzed. It was a text message from our next-door neighbor. “The four of you in NC right?” I texted back: “On our way.…