Peanut Butter Principles + Changing Roles and Expectations of Fathers

Eric Franklin, author of Peanut Butter Principles.
Leadership lessons every parent should teach his or her kids
Issues: Building the internal skill set of self-confidence, self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-control; the importance of setting, pursuing, and achieving goals; fundamental wisdom that will smooth out the bumpy journey; learning how to interact with and impact others in a positive way; gaining the wisdom and ability to improve decision-making.

Ronald Levant, author of Masculinity Reconstructed and editor of Psychology of Men and Masculinity.
The changing definition and expectations of fatherhood at work, in relationships, and in family life.
Issues: How has fatherhood changed over the past 30-40 years? The many “new” types of fathers: single, never married same sex, stay-at-home; how fathers impact their children; how has the father’s role in the family changed over the years?

Samantha Feuss on Talking About Men’s Health!

Those of you who know me know that in addition to my books, I teach, write a nationally syndicated newspaper column, and produce/host a radio show that airs on 500+ stations. Because 6 hours of sleep/night seemed overly self indulgent, I recently took over as managing editor of a cool blog, Talking About Men’s Health — One of the first things I did was invite Sam Feuss (of Have Sippy Will Travel fame) to write some articles for me. Sam’s debut piece–an interview with fitness guru Franklin Antoian–is now on the homepage.

You can read the whole article here.

And if you’re interested in doing some writing on men’s health, let me know.