Fatherhood is a man's most important work
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Bullies and Their Victims: Wanna Fight?
Bullies and their victims can be boys or girls, and bullying can take place in cyberspace as well as the schoolyard. Both the bully and his or her victim suffer, and some are driven to extreme or suicidal behavior.
Children and Cars
Parents worst fears are often misplaced. The automobile remains the leading hazard to children. By comparison, according to the FBI, at most 200 children are abducted by strangers each year. But where is attention focused?
Cyberbullying: What Parents Can Do
Any child can become a cyberbully simply by sending an angry response to an e-mail or to being flamed and allowing the exchange to escalate. Learn what parents can do about it.
Fatherhood: fixing man's broken chain of progenisis. A look at what needs to change in order for fathers to be more openly and actively involved in the raising of their children.
Things Handed Down
As most new fathers do, I find myself watching my son as he plays, thinking about the responsibility I have to him. It's a wonderful, albeit intimidating, thing. Knowing that I will guide this precious little person from infancy to manhood is something I don't take lightly.