A little over a week ago, I received an email stating that Manchild made his Little League's All-Star team. It was an exciting moment, and I couldn't have been more proud of or excited for him. He loves playing baseball, and receiving this honor easily rates as one of his biggest childhood achievements. Amazingly, as … Continue reading Fatherhood and Little League Baseball
Let's be honest with ourselves; being irresponsible on a work night when you're 21 and being irresponsible on a work night when you're 45 are two very different things. At 21, you typically don't have a mortgage, career, and car payments, nor are you saving for retirement and/or college for your child(ren). Your body is … Continue reading Irresponsibility
“The Psychology of Victim-Blaming” in The Atlantic is a few months old, but I had more than a few different thoughts and reactions, not limited to the original scope of the article.