Should Wives Worry When Men Look at Other Women?


Spring is right around the corner, and so are women wearing less … and less. That’s great news for men and potentially troubling news for couples. Enter Dennis Prager. Huh? The conservative radio host talks politics most days, but he also saves time for other subjects. Consider his regular features like The Happiness Hour or The [...]

Why ‘Star Wars’ Reduces Grown Men to Children


The Force is strong with one of Lucasfilm’s most animated tie-ins. Last weekend Daddylibrium spent some quality time at the Lucasfilm compound in San Francisco. I took advantage of the Dad 2.0 Summit’s invitation to screen the newest “Star Wars”-themed LEGO series. Yes, grown men gathered in a gorgeous movie theater to watch Luke, Leia [...]

Get Comfortable with Lee Jeans, Save 20 Percent!


For the second year in a row I developed a crush on a pair of Lee Jeans. I just got back from the Dad 2.0 Summit in San Francisco where the jeans company was once again a key sponsor. And the folks at Lee Jeans gave away free product for participating fathers. Free stuff. What’s [...]

How a Dating Disaster Led to Wedded Bliss


Elvis Costello nearly wrecked my chance at happiness. Let me explain. I was living in Alexandria, Va. at the time, and I had a date with an intriguing woman I met in tennis class. I didn’t know much about this Julie, but she forced me to power past my standard-issue shyness. We met for, what [...]

What One Courageous Dad Taught Me at Dad 2.0 Summit


This Dad wouldn’t call himself courageous, not by any conventional definition. I’ve never sky dived, served my country or rushed into a blazing building to save a life. Courage comes in many forms, though. And the most courageous father I met at this weekend’s Dad 2.0 Summit in San Francisco may not adhere to the [...]

Four Lessons (So Far) from 2015′s Dad 2.0 Summit


Who needs an excuse to escape winter’s worst by hanging out with the best dads across America? Daddylibrium is in quasi-sunny San Francisco this week for the Dad 2.0 Summit. It’s a far cry from the freeze much of the nation is in, and the annual event is run like a Swiss timepiece. So far [...]

Five Essential Tips to Win the War on Clutter


Some wars you lose without ever firing a shot. Take the War on Clutter, the scourge of the Middle Class family and a silent source of stress. This Dad didn’t even realize war had been declared before Mommylibrium took over the declutter brigade. Some of her Facebook pals decided to start a decluttering sub-group, a [...]

Three Ways to Keep Your Child Safe


(Guest Post by Preston Davis) It’s the dad’s job to be the big protector, to scare off monsters under the bed and make sure the house rules are enforced. We want our children to be able to freely explore and be adventurous, but above all, we want them to be safe. As my daughter continues [...]