Kyle D Pruett, a Clinical Professor of Child Psychiatry, dives into the differing experiences infants face with infants might explain differences in handling, but close observations document that even men who are very experienced with children handle them differently from women. They say that there is no such thing as a fatherless child.They look into the transition from a male to a father. They also touch on the positive effects of the male involvement on children’s development. Delving to various stereotypes and expectations. I like this article because they talk about the affects on the children and the father, not just one or the other.
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