When I can’t relate to my daughter’s interests I take on the role of curious observer
As a self-trained, multi-instrumentalist, Tucker Electon says he'd always hoped to be able to share his love of playing music with his daughter, Karen, 9, so she could have a head start in pursuing her own relationship to a specific
“My daughters have the same opportunities that my sons do.” Dad dispels the myth of gender inequality in Pakistan.
One of the first things Qamar tells me is that he wants to dispel the myth of inequality between men and women in his home country of Pakistan. A father of four daughters (Zara, 16, Sanya, 14, Aysha, 9, and
For Dads: Co-parenting alliance and how it mediates the healthy growth of our daughters
Co-parenting alliance, and the ways in which it mediates the healthy growth of our daughters is not just more unsolicited advice about ‘how to be a good dad’. It’s about understanding the emotional, financial, and social benefits of positive co-parenting
Adolescent Girls and Cyberbullying – Part 1
The phenomenon of cyberbullying dates to the 1990’s, but the first documented case to reach the attention of researchers and media was the online harassment, and eventual suicide, of 13-year old Megan Meier in 2007. This happened in the U.S.
Intimate Partner Violence: How it Affects Girls & What Dads Can Do
Intimate Partner Violence is not just about physically assaulting a romantic partner (or ex-partner). There are psychological and emotional components, and people other than the victim get hurt as well. Children who live in homes where Intimate Partner Violence takes
Dadversations: Daddy when do we die?
George T.'s eldest daughter, Emma, six, is at the age, he says, where he never knows what she'll ask next. This phase, where her curiosity is rapidly expanding into new territories through ideas introduced in school by her teachers or