It is impossible to define fatherhood in one picture, definition or example. You have various degrees of father involvement and engagement. You have some fathers who live with their children and some who live outside the home. Some fathers are married, some divorced and some who have never been married to the child’s mother. In addition, you may have step fathers, adoptive fathers, and foster fathers; all of whom play a role in child rearing. With the diversity of the fatherhood role it is important to look at the ways that father engagement plays in positive outcomes in children.
First off, let me say I was never the “lets do a cleanse type of guy!” While over the past few years I’ve becoming increasingly aware of taking care of this vehicle called a body, I need to let you know where I’m coming from. Cleansing wasn’t something that was discussed too much in the circles I ran in,
This inspiring post was written by Emily Park, a former student of Chris Prewitt. In this heartfelt letter Emily summed up the profound impact Chris, her teacher and mentor, made in her life. #Inspiring
Chris Prewitt was a friend who recently passed away tragically but his legacy lives on!!!! You will be missed my friend.
As a parent and someone who works with parents and youth, I understand that raising a child is challenging. Especially when your children begin to reach those often dreaded teenage years. Do you remember your teenage years? The “rebel without a cause years,” or “I have arrived and have figured out everything about life in 16 years; what you old folks have yet to figure out.”