“I GIVE DADS THE TOOLS, SUPPORT, AND REAL-WORLD STRATEGIES TO BE THE FATHERS THEY WANT TO BE–AND THEIR FAMILY NEEDS THEM TO BE.”

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Armin’s books guide men through every step of fatherhood, from pregnancy through the teen years, and have sold more than two million copies.

Speaker

Armin speaks about fatherhood and men’s health around the country (and the world). He’s also a polished, experienced corporate spokesperson.

Expert

Armin’s work has been featured on hundreds of TV and radio shows and in dozens of major publications and websites. His newspaper column (“Ask. Mr. Dad”) and radio show (“Positive Parenting”) are syndicated nationally.

Blogger

MrDad.com, Armin’s blog, is one of the most popular parenting resources available online and was named as one of the top dad blogs by Mashable.com.

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Expert Advice

Single Parents: Go Slowly when Dating

Single Parents: Go Slowly when Dating

Dear Mr. Dad: I’m a divorced mom and am thinking about dipping my toes back into the dating world. My biggest concern is how my dating life will affect my children (ages 5 and 8), so I want to do this the right way. How long after a divorce should I wait? How...

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Infertility and Adoption: Sometimes Bonding is Hard

Infertility and Adoption: Sometimes Bonding is Hard

Dear Mr. Dad: My wife and I desperately want to be parents. But after years of trying and tens of thousands spent on fertility treatments, our doctor is telling us that we should either consider using donor sperm or eggs or adopt. We’re considering those options, but...

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The Blog

DC Adventures with Homewood Suites — the Vlog

DC Adventures with Homewood Suites — the Vlog

Here’s a vlog about my trip to DC with my 13-year old daughter. It was filled with adrenaline rushes, silliness, challenge, embarrassment, learning, and lots of dad-daughter bonding. For more tips, advice, stories, vlogs, and other great content from some...

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Watching and Learning with @Netflix and the #StreamTeam

Watching and Learning with @Netflix and the #StreamTeam

In our house, we tend to use @Netflix as a kind of on-demand movie night provider and TV show catcher-upper. But as we’ve discovered from watching tons of documentaries and non-faction programming, it’s also a wonderful (and very underrated) source of all sorts of...

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Podcast

Warning Signs of Aggression or Victimization + Queen Bees and Wannabes

Warning Signs of Aggression or Victimization + Queen Bees and Wannabes

Interviews with Laurie Berdahl, coauthor of “Warning Signs,” about how to protect your kids from becoming victims or perpetrators of violence and aggression; and Rosalind Wiseman, author of “Queen Bees and Wannabes, 3rd edition,” about helping your daughter survive cliques, gossip, boys, and the new realities of girl world.

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Reviews

Games for Tweens and Teens

Games for Tweens and Teens

One of our biggest challenges here at Parents@Play is to find games that tweens and teens will not only be willing to play with their family, but that they’ll actually want to play (and that don’t involve cell phones or anything else with a screen). Here are four that...

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Fun without an Agenda

Fun without an Agenda

Looking for some good, old-fashioned toys to play with that don’t claim to build STEM skills, expand your brain, or anything else? If so, you’ll want to check out these new items that offer, gasp, nothing but fun. And that’s just fine. Hamsters in a House (ZURU) This...

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