- Taking on the challenges of parenthood, both as a single dad or in a blended family
- A Guy Who Was Single on Father’s Day
- Dealing With Money, Money, Money
- A Guy Dating with Kids
- Am I a Selfish Parent?
Bruce Sallan is an internationally recognized writer on parenting, and male-female issues, and he can bring his positive energy and perspective to your organization.
Subjects he speaks about include parenting, marriage and divorce, he said/she said, or single parents dating, to cite just a few examples. He is equally open to speaking to men or women-only groups and welcome the gender differences dialogue.
His column, A Dad’s Point-of-View, is carried in over 50 newspapers, here and abroad, including both the U.K. and India.
The articles are “my voice,” as I write and speak from the heart.
His goal is to share his insights and positive encouragement and energy as we all face the many contemporary challenges confronting parents.
His focus is primarily on parenting issues from the dad’s point-of-view, though often the situations are gender-neutral. Yet, just as often they’re not. It is his contention that the dad’s point-of-view is less “heard” yet equally valuable to parents. His subject matter covers parenting situations he has experienced, but especially the ones that he believes are relevant to a great number of parents.
That includes single parenting, divorce issues, dating as a single parent, step-parent issues, dealing with teens, drug and alcohol issues with teens, money issues, and sometimes just general issues about gender differences.