Making Real Connection With Your Kids

What has become the “normal” way of parenting has created more disconnect than we would like to admit.  Connecting with your kids is not an easy task and will require you to break old traditions you may have endured. You have to be able to look back and objectively examine how you were treated as a child. Were you allowed to share ideas and form…

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The Fears of Fatherhood

Fear is meant to keep you safe. It is fear that creates empty thoughts and makes us hold onto doubt and uncertainty. We see how this fear holds us back in other areas of our life, and we become aware that we need to deal with it, overcome it, and move past it. You face this fear because you know this is how life is…

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The Rules Of My House

It would be great if our kids just listened! We have a big problem today because we live in a culture that promotes yelling and screaming at kids as effective parenting. Children should be seen, not heard, is a phrase commonly passed down throughout history. If your childhood was like mine, you were raised in a family where your dad worked, and mom took care…

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Weak Men Carry On Destructive Behaviors

Abuse is defined as any action that intentionally harms or injures another person. The greatest form of abuse is a father who uses his power to control or manipulate his child.  “Weak men act to satisfy their needs, stronger men their duties.” ― Nassim Nicholas Taleb A clear indication of unresolved trauma is a person’s ability to easily lose control and abuse their power. These…

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