With The Last Jedi launching this Friday, the Star Wars franchise continues to unite the generations, writes Daniel Lewis.
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Rookie dads might lack those weapons of mass nutrition, but, as dad-blogger Ross Hunt writes, they can still help out emotionally and physically.
Canadian stay-at-home-dad and blogger David Pierre dissects the definition – and benefits – of ‘work’.
We profile John Finch, the man behind The Father Effect, a moving documentary (and newly released book) that explores his coming to terms with the ‘father-wound’ his dad’s suicide at the age of 11 created, the lasting impact of dads and the importance of forgiveness.
In this Heart Talk, Daniel Lewis reflects on the highs of his recent marathon and tells his daughters that the first rule to marathon running – pacing yourself – should be applied to life in general.
It’s a common gripe from parents that their kids cling to them like monkeys, but what about parents clinging to their kids? In this Big Bad World, it happens, writes Daniel Lewis.
He’s part of a musically famed family, but Utah-based dad of two Jason Osmond doesn’t sing. He writes a mean tweet, though. We had a quick chat with the man behind ‘@Jasonmarriedup’.
The definition of ‘Provider’ within the family unit has evolved – for the better – in recent decades, writes Being Dads founder David Willans.
For British dad Dave Freed, returning to ‘part-time’ work after seven months’ parental leave was a culture shock – not least because of the attitudes of some colleagues.
Mealtimes with a toddler-aged daughter can be fraught affairs, writes Andy Robinson (a.k.a. Poo Daddy).