Jeremy has been writing for more than 15 years about his experiences as a dad and man overcoming his past to be the best parent, partner and person he can be.
Fatherhood in 40-Minute Snapshots
Many men are learning to be Dads by creating their own blueprint as parents. Fatherhood in 40-Minute Snapshots, published in 2018, is a collection of first person pieces from a man, dad and therapist who has blazed his own parental trail and written about it so others can find their own path. 40-Minute Snapshots explores the challenges and joys of being a dad while sharing insights and a modern perspective on fatherhood.
Every article was written on his 40-minute commuter train ride to work after he had left his family in the morning. They are snapshots in time, moments of reflection and, as is Jeremy’s style, honest and revealing not only about his life but how it is affecting him.
The Introduction explores the four key components to be an involved Dad while the articles are organized into several categories so that you may read it all the way through or focus on the topics of most importance to you in that moment. Each article is about 1-2 pages, easy-to-read bite sized chunks, of parenting life with morsels of humor, insight and the reality of being a parent today.
Making My Time Away A Little Easier
Remembering to Smell the Roses
5 Signs Your Child Is Too Busy
Fatherhood Snapshots: The Early Years
This generation of men is undergoing a comprehensive overhaul of what it means to be a father, a Dad, with a capital "D". Our Parental Promise as Dads is changing and many Dads are faced with choosing between being more present for their kids while maybe not being able to financially provide the way our Dads did for us.
The Early Years is a FREE ebook that explores Jeremy's experiences as an involved Dad when his twins were three-to-four years old with his wonderful ability to bring the reader into his family to share the challenges and joys of modern parenting.
Mommy Do It!
3 Steps to Bridging Long Distance
In My Rearview Mirror
A traumatic childhood can hold people back from living the life they want to live. In My Rearview Mirror is the story of how Jeremy survived the trauma of his childhood and how he did the work necessary to become the kind of husband, father and man he only hoped he could be.