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The First Love Story

Adam, Eve, and Us

flsfinal3dFrom the New York Times bestselling author of Walking the Bible and Abraham comes a revelatory journey across four continents and 4,000 years exploring how Adam and Eve introduced the idea of love into the world, and how they continue to shape our deepest feelings about relationships, family, and togetherness. READ MORE

 

The Secrets of Happy Families

Improve Your Mornings, Rethink Family Dinner, Fight Smarter, Go Out and Play, and Much More

The Secrets of Happy Families book coverBest-selling author and New York Times family columnist Bruce Feiler found himself squeezed between aging parents and rising children. He set out on a three-year journey to find the smartest ideas, cutting-edge research, and novel solutions to make his family happier. READ MORE

 

The Council of Dads

A Story of Family, Friendship & Learning How to Live

The Council of Dads book coverWhen bestselling author Bruce Feiler was diagnosed with a malignant tumor in his leg, he could only imagine all the walks he might not take with his daughters, the ballet recitals he would miss, the art projects left undone, and the aisles he might not walk down. READ MORE

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Bruce discusses the Secrets of Happy Families on the latest Digital Dads podcast.

Announcing Bruce’s forthcoming book, The First Love Story, from Penguin Random House

Watch the award-winning PBS series, Sacred Journeys with Bruce Feiler.

Bruce talks about “Happy Families” at Google.

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Time Magazine — “How a Cancer-Stricken Dad Chose a Council of Successors”

A new article in Time Magazine about “The Council of Dads.”

2 Responses to “Time Magazine — “How a Cancer-Stricken Dad Chose a Council of Successors””

  1. Kevin says:

    I was amazed when I read the article in Time Magazine. Two years ago I was given a death sentence of three….perhaps, but very doubtful, six months. I’m a single parent with an autistic son. During the short-time that I thought I had, I ran many of my friends, some of my colleagues, and some people I knew just casually through a series of questions and “what if” situations to try and find someone that would be a good fit for my son. It was both eye-opening and agonizing. Initially, I never found a complete complement of those special features that I was looking for in an individual who would guide my son throughout his life. Yet, on a lighter side, there was great humor in many of the “trials”.

    At first, I thought I had beat the odds, but I am still dancing with the cancer. In fact, recently I came to the realization that I have only have limited amount of time left to dance.

  2. Nubia Tippen says:

    It would be wonderful if you could post some information about some of the best ways to get involved in raising money or increasing support for lung cancer research. I lost a loved one from the disease, and it’s amazing that I never considered how important it is for people like me to advocate for those whose lives are quickly cut short by this terrible disease.

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