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22 Discipline Ideas That Really Work. Part 1

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Fatherhood, Parenting 22 Discipline Ideas That Really Work. Part 1 August 16, 2018 Dear Mr. Dad: You’ve talked about how futile it is to discipline an infant. That makes sense. But what about toddlers? A: At one time or another, all parents struggle with discipline—establishing limits, enforcing limits, and getting their kids to speak to them […]

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—You probably don’t know I have been hosting the Men’s Mental Health Social Interest Group ConvoCast (think live podcast where you can actively participate) at 9 P.M. Eastern on Thursday nights for The Good Men Project. During our last two weeks’ calls, we discussed bullying. Last Thursday night’s call was a particularly interesting one for […]

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Fatherhood Ten Ways to Be a Better Dad July 12, 2018 Dear Mr. Dad: I’m about to become a dad for the first time. My dad died when I was young, so I didn’t have a good role model. How can I be the best father for my new baby? A: You already took the first […]

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July 13, 2018 You might think talking was easy. We’ve all been doing it since we were children. But most of us talk in ways that do not inspire safety and trust. When couples aren’t able to communicate effectively their relationships begin to deteriorate. That’s when marriages often fail. I’ve been a marriage and family […]

Teaching Manners: More Than Please and Thank You

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Family Issues, Fatherhood, Parenting Teaching Manners: More Than Please and Thank You July 19, 2018 Dear Mr. Dad: I’m a little old fashioned, but I believe in manners. When is the right time to teach them to children? A: In the early stages of parenthood, we don’t care much about manners. Our infant’s loud burps (and […]

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July 23, 2018 It is within your power to prevent premature aging and skin cancer. By practicing proper sun safety, you will look younger for longer and will reduce your risk of developing one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the United States. The Naked Truth Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer […]

At a White House conference, Ana Fadich explains how to engage men in health care

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Policy At a White House conference, Ana Fadich explains how to engage men in health care July 23, 2018 Ana Fadich, Vice President of MHN, speaks at the White House Millennial Outreach and Engagement Summit. Video by MHNMedia Tags: #video

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Education, Health, Health, Lifestyle Health Benefits of Gaming July 24, 2018 Living today is basically being told one cautionary tale after another about what is bad for your health. We are told ‘don’t do this’ or ‘make sure you only have this in moderation’. However, sometimes, some good news comes along. The latest piece of […]

A New Dad’s Guide to His Partner’s “Baby Blues”

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Family Issues, Fatherhood, Relationships A New Dad’s Guide to His Partner’s “Baby Blues” July 26, 2018 Dear Mr. Dad: My beautiful son was born just a few weeks ago and I’m overjoyed. But my wife is a different story. She’s very down in the dumps, barely eats, and has no energy. I know that giving […]

Reversing the “Older” Vasectomy: A Surgeon’s Point of View

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Fatherhood, Sex Reversing the “Older” Vasectomy: A Surgeon’s Point of View by Dr. Paul Turek, Medical Contributor August 7, 2018 I’m not sure exactly why, but I see a lot of men with “older” (>15 year old) vasectomies who want them reversed. It’s a daily occurrence. Sure, I have published and lectured on this topic, but I think patients also sense that I […]