John McElhenney is the founder of the website, The Whole Parent, a blog dedicated to sharing his journey towards recovery and healing as a divorced and single dad of two children. John resides in Austin, Texas and is the author of several books of poetry as well as a whimsical look at social media with the book, The Twitter Way.
What is the future of marriage? How has modernity impacted the way younger generations look at traditional notions of relationships and their views on matrimony? And what does all of say about what marriage will look like decades from now?
Adam Rust, founder of the website FatherVision, where he writes on fatherhood and masculinity from a Christian perspective answers the question, ‘Does fatherhood make us better men?’
In this episode I talk with Dr. Keith Jowers, the founder of Dads 4 Life, a non profit organization dedicated to helping divorced and single fathers make connections with their children that will last a lifetime.
Todd Schobel, Sgt. Tom Rich, and I talk about cyber bullying and how best for parents and children to navigate technology in the 21st century.
In part two of my conversation with Dr. Arne Rubinstein, we discuss teenage boys and pornography, mentors, and how to raise boys in an age of absent fathers.
In this episode I talk with Dr. Arne Rubinstein, rites of passage advocate, the founder of Pathways Foundation, and author of ‘The Making of Men’.
My conversation with author J Mark Hart on his coming of age novel, “Fielder’s Choice’. A book about father’s, son’s, responsibility, and becoming a man.
Dr. Bruce Linton and I talk about the five myths of fatherhood. Dr. Linton is the founder of Father’s Forum and has been working with men and fathers for over twenty five years.
Dr. Jed Diamond and I discuss the truth about Irritable Male Syndrome. What it is, what it isn’t, and what men can and should do about it.