Tag Archives: Father’s Day

What to Do When Father’s Day is Not “Happy”

by on June 22, 2019

Trying to pick a card for Father’s Day is impossible for Mary. None of the cards she found reflected her experience. Her dad wasn’t present, didn’t support her interests, didn’t attend activities when she was a kid or offer good advice. He did, however, go to work on his days off, sit on the couch… (more…)

What Does a Good Dad Look Like?

by on June 21, 2019

Maladaptive dads are constantly in the news. They make the headlines with excessive abuse, abandonment of responsivity, neglectful actions, or even the death of their children by their own hands. While the headline is sensational, it can give the appearance that all dads are bad. But this is not true. Unfortunately, not much attention is… (more…)

The Best of Fathers

by on June 17, 2017

Dysfunctional fathers are constantly in the news: those who abuse, abandon, neglect, or even kill their children. While it is a sensational headline, too much makes it look like all dads are bad. Unfortunately, not much attention is paid to excellent fathers. They rarely receive any attention at all and are frequently tossed in the… (more…)

Fathers Do Not Come in One Size Fits All

by on August 24, 2012

Trying to pick a card for Father’s Day is difficult these days.  None of the cards I find seem to reflect my experience, gratefulness, or love that I have for the men in my life.  I don’t have a grandfather who grew up in this country, a dad who loves sports, or a husband who played football,… (more…)

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