The Imperfect Man was a humor column I wrote for 5 years that offered a peek into my life as a father, husband, and sports addict. The column ran on sanitycentral.net, the Rockaway Point News (rpnewsonline.com), and the Bay Ridge Home Reporter. You can check out many of the archived columns here on the site. And, of course, check out, “How Not to Parent, ” the book based on the column!
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