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Memoirs of a Bullied Kid

I don't recall serious heartache or sadness during my first 10 years of life. But in 5th grade, all that changed. This was my story and my thoughts on bullying.

Worthless Teenagers and the Parents who Make Them

Today I hope that I can speak at least a few words that will make these parents who continue breaking their teenagers stop and think for a damned minute. Because, we have a problem.

Time vs. the Worthless Heart

A heavy and different look at my failed marriages, and the way time (and my race against it) played a giant role in them ending...

The Thousand Roads through Hell

We all have to walk through hell from time to time, and when we're there it seems there are a thousand different roads we can take. Which road matters far less as what you do on the road you choose...

Mom pushed Daddy out the door

A couple weeks ago, I wrote a piece called Real Dads Don’t Leave. In an effort to spare you having to read an entire...

Phase two of the impossible project

Today, I just want to ask you two things.First, what dream have you not chased (big or small) because the voices of others made...

The impossible project

Today, I just want to ask you one thing...What impossible thing have you seen happen?I am writing an "impossible" post, and I need your...

The small side of the numbers

En EspañolToday's post is very important and personal to me.Last Friday, a handful of events took place in my life, all of which seemed...

Step away from the scale.

I'm just going to say it. We have a teenie tiny problem going on right now. Our waist lines are expanding, and our activity...

Memoirs of a Bullied Kid

I don't recall any serious heartache or sadness during my first 10 years of life. But in 5th grade, all that changed. This was my story and my thoughts on bullying.

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155 All-New “Wrong Numbers”

Once again, I randomly texted strangers with a simple question. "What’s the #1 most awesome thing that makes you so awesomely… you?" Their replies were amazing.

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Everyone Look! I’m Pulling My Boob Out Now!

There is great irony, fear, and even bullying going on by breastfeeding mothers online. And this dad blogger is tired of keeping my mouth shut about it...

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