Dads are often the most important men in our lives. Unfortunately, they are also notoriously difficult to shop for. After all, what do you give the man who served as a superhero all through your childhood, a villain during your teenage years, and your best friend ever since?
Here are four fun and unique present ideas, sure to show your dad just how much he means to you.
Responsible gun owners appreciate the importance of keeping guns safe from the hands of unsupervised children. If you have guns and children in the home, it’s important to keep the firearms secured to avoid unfortunate accidents. Here are a few options you might want to consider for safely storing your guns. Read More
In life, we all have a role to play. When it comes to substance abusers, the role they play is a bit complex. Many of them unwittingly step into character. Little by little, each hit or drink pulls them in further. Before long, they have fully immersed themselves into lives of destruction. Friends and family are often forced to play the role of the loving spectator. Watching their loved ones spiral out of control places them in a state of limbo. On one hand, their pain will compel them to do something. On the other hand, they’re not exactly sure what they can do. In their minds, confronting the addict may do more harm than good. However, part of being a good friend or relative requires that a person be willing to take that chance. When broaching the issue of substance abuse, loved ones need to handle the conversation with care.
One of the biggest hassles as parents is getting your children to take care of their teeth. Adults understand the importance of oral health, but kids just see it as another chore. Here are a few helpful tips to get your children to maintain good oral health habits. Read More
One of the most frightening days of a parent’s life is when they are asked by their teenage son or daughter: “Can I borrow the car?” According to the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, the crash rate involving teen drivers is around three times that of drivers 20 years and older. Even more disturbing, teen drivers are involved in fatal accidents more than twice the rate of the rest of Americans. To help alleviate some fears and lower the risk of your teen being in a car accident, a parent can take a handful of steps to make the car safer.