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Epidemic of Absent Fathers

We have an epidemic of absent fathers.  Sad but true.  Here I’ll outline the three most prevalent types. Emotionally Absent This dad may be present in the home physically, but emotionally he’s somewhere else.  Maybe he works long hours; he’s out early in the morning and home in time for dinner. He’s a hard worker […]

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Lights-Camera-Action!

Peter McGennis is a filmmaker/producer from New York.  He is underway with the filming of his new documentary “Within Reach (working title).”  He invited me and The Quest Project to be a part of this very exciting new film!  It was an experience I’ll never forget! Here’s a Glimpse Here are a few fun photos […]

The Quest Project: A Parent’s Point of View

Typically, my posts are centered around processes and tips to help parents raising adolescent boys.  A very important component of The Quest Project are the five parent meetings that are scheduled throughout the 10-weeks their son is attending Quest. Parents Are Key to Success! I received this email from a Mom that likely echo’s what […]

News and Updates!

Periodically I like to give you news and updates; a glimpse into what’s going on and what I’m up to!  It’s a very exciting time for The Quest Project® and me personally.  I’ll start with the updates. What’s Been Going On? We officially launched my second book “Generation of Men”-How to raise your son to […]

Adolescent Boys and Anxiety

Why are so many young boys experiencing anxiety?  As a researcher and facilitator of adolescent boys I am particularly concerned with the number of cases I see. Adolescents Experiencing Anxiety Generally, anxiety is a term used for nervousness, fear, apprehension and worry.  If left untreated, chronic anxiety can lead to obsessive-compulsive behavior.  And typically, but […]