I’m developing something called the “Fathering Framework” because what I’ve learned over the past few years is that mainstream parenting and parenting fringes have smashed mothering and fathering together. The FF will be a set of learnable skills for being a great father. I’m getting some coaching/advice from some pretty amazing people and all those […]
I’m no expert on Mothering from a feminine essence/attribute perspective. I’m certainly no expert on feminine mothering skills either. My mother may have been bo-polar. At least my memory of her and my aunt agree that this would have been a good place to start. I also believe that she was deeply depressed for most […]
If you’ve read article before, I recommend reading it again. I update this regularly to match my current thinking on the subject of how to be a more masculine father. I also believe that I’m a reasonably smart guy and I needed a lot of recurrence on this topic before I could event get close […]
I just went on a “daddy and me” ski trip. Three fathers, 6 children under 10. There were three girls (8, 6, and 5) and three boys (10, 9, and 7). It was awesome. We skied hard for 4 days straight and added some super fun tubing on the third afternoon. I’m writing this in […]
OK, here is an uncomfortable truth I’ve come to believe.
Men, as a demographic, don’t do parent education.
I’ve been a small voice in the community of parenting instructors for 5 years now and I’ve developed friendships with some of the most amazing and inspiring people in this industry.
People like Jane Nelsen who wrote the Positive Discipline […]
STEP ONE: Pause and Observe. What emotion are you experiencing? What emotion is your child (or whomever) experiencing?
Another summer vacation comes to a close, and in a few short days, my son Kevin begins a brand new school year. He’ll be starting fifth grade this September, his last year in elementary school. As all parents often do, I find myself wondering where the all the time […]
Peace In Your Home Co-Founder Jeff Everage shares his personal journey as a parent trying to find the answer to his son's medical condition. The answer didn't lie with medications, but with nutrition. Read on to see how he learned how to use food as medicine.
If frozen corn is the extent of your family’s vegetable intake at dinner, you might want to consider incorporating some of these fresh vegetables instead—and they’re all in season right now! Not only are they full of incredible nutrients and health benefits, they are typically less expensive this time of year.