The book contains helpful advice for parents of boys for raising young men who value themselves enough to stay healthy and out of harm’s way.
Issues of custody and parental rights are almost invariably the most important, emotional, and high-stakes components of divorce proceedings. Money can be lost or spent, then regained, and real estate and vehicles can be replaced, but there is no substitute for access to one’s children.
For unmarried fathers to stay protected, it’s important to realize the advice you get from friends might not be relevant in your state or to your situation. Search out legal advice from official sources.
The National Organization for Women (NOW) claims that it is about full equality between men and women. Those who espouse true equality are known as equality feminists. NOW is not an equality feminism organization – rather it is a gender feminism organization. Gender feminism espouses that women need special treatment and protections by virtue of […]
Toledo, Ohio is the newest community to have a fathers’ rights organization open its doors to single and disenfranchised fathers. Called, straightforwardly enough, “Fathers Rights Organization” (or ‘FRO’), the organization was founded to “help, support and encourage you for what is best for your situation,” adding, wisely, that “Not every situation is the same for […]
In an excellent editorial in the Baltimore Post Examiner, David Shubert writes that “Parental alienation leaves a hurricane of pain.” While it’s a bit ironic that his editorial was published just one day before Hurricane Harvey it, perhaps it’s also prophetic – as we watch the scenes of countless families flooded out of their homes, […]