“To say Bruce Mulkey offers a unique perspective on fatherhood, is an understatement. Sure, he had his daughters 42 years apart, however, that’s not what stands out the most to me about this author. What I appreciate about this man, this writer, is his self-awareness and ability to articulate life experiences with joy, wisdom and humor. As a parenting coach I wholeheartedly support Bruce getting his work out into the world. He and his stories are pure gold!”

Carrie Contey, Ph.D., internationally acclaimed parent coach, speaker, educator, and author of What Babies Want: Five Simple Steps to Calming and Communicating with Your Baby

“Bruce Mulkey presents readers who are interested in modern fatherhood and the changing role of masculinity with a fascinating quandary. Most people have pondered how fatherhood has changed over the last 40 years, primarily by comparing how our Baby Boomer parents raised us versus how we are raising the next generation, but Mulkey’s story is intriguingly unique, in that it shows readers how one man could experience the changing conditions of parenthood, and what impact those changes had upon his relationship with his daughters. I am not only endorsing Bruce’s story because of its unique angle, but also based on Bruce’s profound ability to weave a story.”

Josh Misner, Ph.D., Communication and leadership professor, mindfulness researcher, and author of The Dadly Way: 10 Steps to More Active Fatherhood

“An extraordinary addition to the ongoing dialogue about the state of our nation and world, and what can be done about it.”

Thom Hartmann, New York Times best-selling author and host of nationally syndicated progressive daily radio talk show

“Bruce Mulkey’s inspiring essays on diversity, the media, politics, ecology, and peace will rekindle your dreams of a better world and spur you into action.”

Jim Hightower, radio commentator, public speaker, and New York Times best-selling author

“We should be grateful to Bruce Mulkey for speaking out on behalf of peace, the public interest, and democratic participation. And I’m grateful for his words about the mainstream media’s political coverage and responsibility.”

—Former Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH)

“This creative workbook (I Do! I Do! The Marriage Vow Workbook) will be valuable to any couple planning their marriage or recommitment. Furthermore, the post-ceremony guidance will help them transform their wedding into their marriage. I highly recommend it.”

 —Harville Hendrix, Ph.D., couple’s therapist, clinical trainer, lecturer, and author of New York Times bestseller Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples

“This thoughtful, comprehensive, and creative workbook (I Do! I Do! The Marriage Vow Workbook) will add sparkle and depth to the engagement period for every couple lucky enough to use it. Engagement is a unique and very special time in a couple’s life. This book is the perfect tool to make it even more special. What the couple will learn using this book will last for their entire marriage.”

Susan Page, Former director of women’s programs at University of California Berkeley and bestselling author of If I’m So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single?