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How Two 3-Minute Conversations Made a Man
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With these two 3-minute conversations, my dad made a man out of a young boy. He gave me the confidence to be a man.

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8 Reasons Not to Be Scared of Having Kids
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I don’t feel burdened, overwhelmed, or like I’m missing life because I have too many kids. Here are 8 reasons you shouldn’t be scared of having kids.

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How My First Business Trip Taught Me about the Integrated Life
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My first business trip set me on the path to living an integrated life. Here’s the lesson I learned and how it’s only been reinforced in the years since.

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When (Compassionate) Shock and Awe Is the Best Parenting Strategy - David DeWolf
When (Compassionate) Shock and Awe Is the Best Parenting Strategy
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You might be surprised by the shock and awe you’re able to instill in your children when you approach parenting problems with compassion.

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Teaching Kids about Money - David DeWolf
Teaching Kids about Money
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Teaching kids about money doesn’t have to break the bank. Here’s how my wife and I are approaching it with our family.

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Beyond the Pew: Living My Faith in the Rest of My Life
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Guest contributor Sarah Reinhard considers the challenges of living her faith beyond the pew, in the rest of her life.

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Summer Planning for Your Kids
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Summer means kids off of school. Do you book them with activities or do you just let them wreak havoc? My wife and I decided to try something new.

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Yelling Isn’t Discipline
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It never ceases to amaze me how many parents think that discipline is the equivalent of yelling when there are all sorts of other, better ways to discipline your children. I find that while raising your voice sometimes has its place, it’s amazing how much more effective it is to use a calm and collected stern teaching.

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Managing Family Activities (Without Letting Them Manage You)
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One of the hardest decisions to make as a family — as a parent in particular — is how you’re going to manage family activities, especially in the case where the husband has a demanding career and is pursuing professional success.

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Sometimes Showing Up and Being Present Is Enough
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You can parent, discipline, coach, and teach, but sometimes it won’t get through. Sometimes, you have to show up, and that’s what matters most. It comes down to being present in the most literal sense.

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