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If you search for why men leave their kids, you'll find it often stems from self-perception, personal flaws, traumas, and relationships with the mother. Rarely is it about disliking their newborns! This blog aims to offer practical advice from one dad to another. I'm not a doctor, therapist, counselor, or what have you, but I've made peace with giving my kids all of myself and it's awesome. 

Though my marriage failed, I have primary custody of my children. They are healthy, thriving academically and spiritually, and pursuing interests outside of school. We balance structured and free time. We cuddle, play, laugh, and argue. We have an amazing support system made up of friends and family. It's far from perfect, but it's definitely fun.

Many dads could use a lift to gain the confidence to reprioritize and give their best to their children, making the world a better place. Imagine if your kids could get the best from both parents—or at least from you. It's worth every effort, penny, and minute. I give my all to my kids and consider myself the luckiest man on earth (to quote Lou Gehrig). I hope you find something in here that will inspire you in your parenting journey. 

A few things about me: 

  • I've been the primary caretaker for my kids for most of the last 12 years.

  • I just started pursuing a teaching career at 40.

  • I live with ADHD... and I suspect I suffer from anxiety as well.

  • I have a Master's Degree in Digital Marketing and a Bachelor's Degree in Theatre.

  • I believe that the best way to make the world a better place is to guide our kids to be better humans.

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