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Fatherhood From 3,000 Miles Away

January 12th, 2016|0 Comments

Whether you are a single parent, co-parent or a happily married couple or in a committed union, raising children comes with many challenges. As a co-parent living over 3,000 miles away from my son, it's [...]

The Black Dad That You Don’t Think Exists

January 12th, 2016|0 Comments

The black dad that you don't think exists falls asleep with his son on his chest after rocking him for what felt like forever. His wife transfers the baby from his arms to the crib [...]

10 Ways to Be a Good Dad!

December 15th, 2015|0 Comments

1. Respect Your Children's Mother One of the best things a father can do for his children is to respect their mother. If you're not married, it is still important to respect and support the [...]

Black Fathers Radio – The Accountability Show

July 31st, 2012|0 Comments

Peace family. On this past Sunday we celebrated the traditional Father's Day, and the National Day of Amnesty for Dads, which was a call for dads and moms to work to help reconnect dads to [...]

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Let’s all let our hair down and loosen our belts and have a good ol’ laugh at relationships. In general. Not our own! That’s a bit risky, of course. Getting too nitty gritty about our relationships can be a ride on a stage coach filled nitro glycerin, clattering at […]
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Author: Andy
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