The every-other-weekend dad, born from two generations of soaring divorce rates, was once a conventional part of American culture.
This is the first in a two-part series sharing co-parenting tips on ways to reduce stress—particularly for children—during the holidays.
Adolescents whose fathers have depressive symptoms are more likely to experience symptoms of depression themselves, finds a new study.
The University For Parents is an ideal platform for AFI to deliver its evidence-informed and model-based curricula on responsible fatherhood.
Fathers are becoming more and more active with the daily life of their children since mothers are just as busy with their careers.
Fathers are keenly aware of how our time and attention shape our children. The effect a doting father has on their children stretches far more than just the emotional.
30 Million Workers Without a Bachelor’s Degree Have Good Jobs Says New Georgetown University Research The jobs are shifting from blue collar to skilled-services industries (Washington, D.C., […]
Over One-Quarter of Children Under Age 18 Live With One Parent NOV. 16, 2017 — The percentage of children living with one parent who live with just their […]
Children love to hear classic fairytales over and over again. Even as an adult, it is something that we really don’t outgrow.