The new issue of STAND arrived in my mailbox today!
“Learning To Connect,” the last essay in my fatherhood-as-learning series in STAND Magazine, appears in print here. It tackles isolation, forming male friendships in adulthood, and the examples we set for our kids.
My deepest thanks to STAND Editor-in-Chief Dwayne D. Hayes for providing a regular place for my reflections during the past year. Solidarity, my friend.
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My most recent essay is now online at STAND Magazine: “Learning To Forgive the Man I Don’t Want To Be.” Click through to read it!
I’m grateful, as always, for the solidarity of STAND’s Editor-in-Chief Dwayne D. Hayes.
Issue 09 of STAND Magazine is officially out in the world, and it includes my essay “Learning To Forgive the Man I Don’t Want To Be.”
This is the most vulnerable piece of fatherhood writing I’ve done. I dug deep for this one and hope it helps others.
As ever, I deeply appreciate the continuous support of Editor-in-Chief Dwayne D. Hayes and everyone at STAND.
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My newest fatherhood reflection, “Learning To Meet a Need” — a.k.a., my love letter to Don Freeman’s classic picture book Corduroy — is now online at STAND Magazine! It’s the next in my series of essays on fatherhood as learning.
As always, a big thank you to STAND Magazine Founder/Managing Editor Dwayne D. Hayes for his solidarity!
I’m thrilled to share my newest fatherhood reflection, “Learning To Smell the Flowers,” published today by STAND Magazine!
This is the first in a series of essays on fatherhood as learning that I’ll be contributing to the magazine during the coming year.
Thank you to STAND Magazine and Founder/Managing Editor Dwayne D. Hayes for their support and solidarity!