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Fatherhood

A father’s sorrow for his son’s death by abortion 27 years later

This emotive open letter opens a window on a father's suffering and regret.

This father pushed his son’s wheelchair to classes every day, and became “dad” of the entire class

His humble devotion to his son endeared him to teachers and students alike.

Dad and daughter bond over government shutdown — and do good while they’re at it

The Newlands are making it their mission to give back to the mountains they love so much.

This father booked 6 flights to be with his daughter on Christmas

He wasn't going to let anything get in the way of their family celebration.

Soccer team of bereaved dads wins major sports accolade

The team highlights the need for dads who've gone through child loss to share their experiences.

9 Gifts for new dads that honor their fatherhood

These ideas rise above the joke gifts and "beer kits" that tend to belittle, not elevate, new fathers.

7 Tips for being an outstanding dad

Whether you're a new dad, or just want to be the best dad you can be, these ideas will help.

Why paternity leave is the next frontier for working mothers

Dads are beginning to shoulder more of the childcare at home along with their working wives, but paternity leave is lagging behind.

The media is finally getting the message that dads are parents, too

The days of incompetant sitcom dads are finally coming to an end, as fathers get new respect onscreen and off.

Here’s how dads are vital to their children’s well-being — before those children exist

Healthy, engaged fathers can literally change their kids' futures.

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