Dear Mr. Dad: My wife is about four months pregnant and I’m really excited about becoming a new dad. The problem is that I’ve recently put on some weight (which is really weird, since I weigh exactly what I did in high school). I’ve also been having nosebleeds and I’m...read more
Dear Mr. Dad: My wife and I are getting divorced, and while things are generally amicable, we’re having some major disagreements about whether it’s okay for our two young children, ages three and one, to sleep over at my house. We both want what’s best for our kids,...read more
Dear Mr. Dad: My 17-year old son is very athletic and in great shape. But his BMI puts him in the obese category. His pediatrician isn’t worried, but I am. How important is BMI? A: BMI (Body Mass Index) has been around for more than 100 years, and over that time,...read more
Interview with James Greenblatt, author of “Finally Focused,” about his breakthrough natural treatment plan for ADHD.
Dear Mr. Dad: My husband and I have a 2-year old daughter and we’ve both been very involved in raising her. But recently, she’s started pushing him away and demanding that I do everything. She won’t let him read her bedtime stories, take her to the park, feed her, get...read more
Interview with Shonda Moralis, author of “Breathe, Mama, Breathe,” about 5-minute mindfulness for busy moms.
As parents, we instinctively want to protect our children from everything bad that could possibly happen. But no matter how much we try, they still have worries and fears. Lots of them. One common approach to dealing with our children’s fears is to ignore or minimize...read more
Interview with Genevieve Shaw Brown, author of “The Happiest Mommy You Know,” about why putting your kids first is the last thing you should do.
Interviews with Regina Pally, author of “The Reflective Parent,” about how to do less and relate more with your kids; and with Genevieve Shaw Brown, author of “The Happiest Mommy You Know,” about why putting your kids first is the last thing you should do.