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Budgeting isn’t always easy, but with a little bit of effort and discipline, you can take control of your finances and build a bright future for your family.
Dealing with toddler tantrums can be tough, but with patience, understanding, and a little bit of know-how, you can effectively navigate these challenging moments and help your child learn healthy ways to cope with their emotions.
As a father, it’s important to make time for your family and create positive memories with them. One way to do this is by planning spontaneous adventures.
Dads, as we start the new year, it’s a great time to reflect on the past year and set goals for the year ahead. This is especially important when it comes to our relationships with our children and families
At the age of 45 Geoff was diagnosed with ADHD. Since that time, he’s been working closely with men with ADHD to maximize their potential – recognizing that neurodiversity can give you a “superpower” when used well.
This week we speak with Paul Sullivan, a journalist for 25 years, author of two books and founder of The Company of Dads. Paul left his dream job as a NY Times columnist to create The Company of Dads.
In this episode Ed and Drew talk about Drew’s experiences that led him to identify and apply these 7 actions on a daily basis. By doing them consistently he’s built a rock solid connection with his kids.
Since Covid hit, screen time for children has gone way up. With increased remote learning, use of video chats to stay connected, growing numbers of social media platforms and the rise of live streaming technology, children are online and using their digital devices more than ever. Increased time online also means increased risks for children.
Editor's note: This article was originally published in 2017, but as you'll soon read, many of the truths expressed are still relevant today. The author's "bottom-line" is exactly what is needed. By John Hoffman So, yet another study has found that father involvement is beneficial for babies. This particular one found that toddlers whose fathers...
Larry had a very humbling beginning that could have derailed the rest of his life, had he let it. Larry is currently the father of four boys and married to his soulmate, Jessica for the past 18 years. When you hear about his early years, you see what it takes to face difficulty with courage and boldness.
In this conversation we speak with Ray Arata, the founder of The Better Man Conference and the author of two books for men. Ray’s mission is help men live and lead from the heart in their personal lives.
Being a sports dad is an incredibly rewarding experience. It takes a lot of effort to be a great sports dad though. We all are striving to be great dads or you wouldn’t be here on Dad Central. Keep these tips in the back of your mind and you’ll be a better sports dad for it.
In this conversation we talk with JT Tsui, a coach, leader, and host of “The Huddle” about his journey through fatherhood. JT’s mission is to help others identify what is possible and then take action towards achieving it.
As a parent, you want your child to have every opportunity in life. Part of that is making sure that you’ve set them up for financial success down the road. But in the day-to-day hubbub of being a parent, it’s easy to just want to get through today and worry about tomorrow later.
I know that it’s not just me. The moment I became a dad and even before I became a dad, I had all these amazing ideas, plans and values for this little human I helped to create.
In this unique conversation we sit down with world record holder Connor Emeny and his dad, Steve Emeny for an inside look into their relationship.
Mike Whitla talks about the pain of losing a spouse to suicide and how hard it is to keep a family together afterwards.
Ed and Drew speak briefly about two ideas that may lead into season 2’s content. This is a short but informative conversation that shares personal experiences, past guests and foreshadows future guests.
By setting clear priorities, being flexible, organizing and planning, taking care of our physical and mental health, and making time for community involvement and spiritual practices, dads can successfully manage time and lead a fulfilling life.