Fathers whose own dads were highly nurturing tend to have healthier levels of competition and be more emotionally open.
As we have grown apart, my father and I don’t share much. But we do have our day, one of pies, tradition and Harry’s Cafe de Wheels.
John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, with a new story about, and for, his dad.
To commemorate Father’s Day, Stan Gerding dedicates this Dear Grandson column to honoring fathers and their influence.
In celebration of Father’s Day, let’s honor two dads who are far less remembered than their famous children. Typical.
Jason Zenobia celebrates Father’s Day by reflecting on that time when his dad joined him at his first pride parade.
Ben Werner shares the loss of his father and the absence that has left as Werner navigates being a new father himself.
Paris Portingale defines what Father’s Day is all about, and then he illustrates what it actually is.
Jeff Reese helps celebrate his son’s 21st birthday in San Diego with tattoos, fishing, a stunning meal at Club 33, and a show at The Casbah … and he’s starting to feel old.
Ross Blanchard exposes the conspiracy that plays out year after year on Father’s Day: an epidemic of horrible ties that are inevitably gifted by our offspring and we’re guilted into wearing.