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Men’s Attitudes Towards Fatherhood Affects Child’s Later Behaviour
 

Men’s Attitudes Towards Fatherhood Affects Child’s Later Behaviour

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A new study suggests that a man’s attitudes towards fatherhood soon after his child’s birth as well as his feelings of security as a father and partner are more important than his involvement in childcare
 
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24 Nov 2016 - General
 
I believe that both parents are equally important in child rearing, and each parent has a unique role in providing care and support from their sons. In fact there are certain mental health conditions that are postulated to be linked to lack of parent...
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Hooray for fathers! Just kidding. Many will still argue that the findings of the study will be obsolete as most fathers are now involved in child rearing. I agree that the study is correct in the area where it discussed the importance of a man being...
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The findings of this research study suggest that it is psychological and emotional aspects of paternal involvement in a child’s infancy that are most powerful in influencing later child behavior, and not the amount of time that fathers are engaged in...
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