In this Heart Talk, The Dad Letters founder Ralph Amsden expresses hope that his sons can learn to thrive in the face of disappointment.
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If you only buy one beer for dad this Father’s Day, make it a ‘Cloud Catcher’ pale ale from Stone & Wood, the Byron Bay outfit that has “become an emblem for living the Aussie dream”, writes Pete Mitcham.
Still seeking a Father’s Day gift? Never fear, here are five inspired ideas that will surely put a smile on the dial of the most important man in your life.
One of the simplest ways to live in the present moment is to be childlike, writes author, life coach and keynote speaker Vince Gowmon.
A deeply personal post from a bloke trying to leave the past behind to become a better dad to his young daughter.
The thought of your child being injured or unwell can be terrifying but understanding basic first aid is the first step to acting with confidence, writes Sara of Australian first aid experts Survival Emergency Solutions.
As the school holidays kick off, renowned psychologist and author Dr Erik Fisher talks about The Genius of Play, an initiative launched by The Toy Association that encourages more play in children’s lives.
Bad weather can be a real killjoy on weekends, particularly for kids that thrive in an open-air environment. But while excess screen time is a concern for many parents, the internet is loaded with fun AND educational activities, writes mum of four and Special Home Educator blogger Jenny Wise.
The Dad Website chews the fat with fellow Melburnians and dad-advocates, Dads Group Inc.
Ashley Taylor, a mother of two living with a disability and founder of disabledparents.org, offers advice for disabled people on how they can prepare their lives and homes for parenthood.