Fathers.com - Today's Father Podcast
Summary: Succinct three-minute programs that inform, challenge, and encourage dads to "keep up the good work."
Carey Casey went through a frustrating experience, and learned that he needed to change his attitude.
From grace to "may I be excused," how long is your typical family dinner?
Do you talk to your toddler? Carey Casey explains how that jumpstarts the brain.
Your kids see things differently than you do. Carey Casey urges you to find common ground.
Boys need fathers. Or father figures. Carey Casey explains "why, what and how."
Too many stepfathers find themselves filling the role of heavy-handed disciplinarian. Carey Casey suggests an alternate approach.
Imagine spending an entire day at your child's school. Carey Casey heard from two dads who did just that.
Men, it's time to take your commitment as a dad to the next level.
Is there a secret ingredient to good fathering? Carey Casey suggests a word that comes pretty close.
Dad, do you find yourself "laying down the law" more than you want? Carey Casey suggests a different approach.
What's more effective? Explosive fathering, or calm confrontations? Carey Casey offers some firsthand insight.
The school year opens many opportunities for dads to get involved in their kids' lives. But what about divorced dads?
Dad, you would do anything for your kids. But would you wear anything?
A teenager tells his dad, "You don't do anything for me." As a father of four, Carey Casey knows that's just not true.
Do you get it dad? Are you actively doing the habits associated with great fathering?