We fathers want to have a positive impact on our children. We want to touch their lives in ways that make them grow, be strong, and thrive.
To pull this off, we must physically touch our kids with affection, play, and a host of other "good touch" opportunities.
Good touch is tough for many of us because it remains too rare in our own lives as men. At-home dad Mark Greene shares a straight, honest, and useful discussion on healthy touch. Take the time to read it, and remember that "touch is life" for a father...and for a human being.