I’m not the outgoing type at all. Meeting new people and jumping right into conversations are not easy for me.
Let's turn down a notch our unending quests to try harder or be better versions of ourselves.
Parenting books had forewarned me, but I still stepped right into the trap.
I was going to be the same as I was before, but better, because I now would have children to enrich my days and nights and add colorful stories to my sales conversations.
The story of one family's experience with learning how to care for their son, who has severe food allergies.
Perhaps the most important thing that helped me get through the early years of parenting my third child was support, which I found in both books and people.
An experienced mom is surprised by the intensity of her third son's energy, impulsiveness and feelings - she explains how and what she learned over the years.
Talk may be cheap...
Sue Parry recounts her struggle to understand her sons' experiences in school and the high rate of ADHD diagnoses in her community.
House-husband. Primary caregiver. At-home parent. Full-time dad. All these terms are descriptive, but I usually describe myself as an at-home dad.