After the recent onslaught of horrible tragedies, how do we help our children feel secure when we ourselves feel insecure, vulnerable and helpless? Gay dad blogger David Blacker comes up with some helpful tools to address these sensitive matters with your family.
For a healthier lifestyle, Dr. Antwon Chavis encourages gay dads and their families to take up a Fit Family Challenge. This challenge strengthens motivation, stimulates friendly competition and promotes success. And it is fun!
Some of us gay dads are raising teenagers. Some of those teenagers like to experiment with e-cigarettes. No big deal, right? Or is it? At the request of Gays With Kids, pediatrician Fadzi Kasambira did some digging into this topic and here’s what he found.
You’ve read the stories of Natalie, Jordan, Ashlyn and Bailee. The similarities between these children far outweigh the differences. There seem to be five big lessons to learn from these families.
James Guay, our resident gay-positive LMFT, shares three tips for talking to your kids about homophobia and prejudices of all kind so they are respectful and welcoming of those who are different.
How do you talk with your daughter about her period? How do you prepare yourself and her for her monthly cycle? Read excellent suggestions to help her “go with the flo.”
Puberty is always theoretical until it happens all at once. In the case of gay dad blogger Kevin, it happened this past weekend. Well, not for him, but for his 11-year-old son.