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The facts are in: Children need fathers

Statistics show that children who grow up without a father figure are more likely to develop behavioral and emotional problems.

3 Tips for teaching your teenage daughter how to be a great friend

Teenage girls are notorious for cattiness and bad behavior. Let's show our daughters a better way.

My teen is smoking weed. What should I do?

Reacting intelligently and thoughtfully is the best approach to take.

Why I’m glad I had the strictest parents on the block

Don't be afraid to go against the grain when raising kids -- it usually pays off!

Tips for dad: How to talk to your son about sexuality

When, how, and at what pace should we impart information to our sons about sexuality?

Should we still teach our children to “obey”?

Listening to a parent isn't just for practical reasons, but also spiritual ones.

Quarterback Philip Rivers holds press conference with baby number 9 in his arms

The dad-of-many demonstrated his multi-tasking skills during a post-game chat with the media.

Why I stopped forcing my kids to try the foods I serve for dinner

According to research (and experience), pressuring kids to try food doesn't help ... and sometimes it can hurt.

Are large families becoming trendy again?

Research shows the stated ideal family size is once again going up ... and maybe these are some of the reasons why.

How to raise your children with emotional intelligence

We need to teach them to "accept feelings, limit actions."

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