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Single Fatherhood The Complete Guide by Chuck Gregg

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Published by Sulzburger & Graham Publishing .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Parenting - Single Parent,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Child Care/Parenting

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11568480M
ISBN 100945819579
ISBN 109780945819578
OCLC/WorldCa34128256

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  "The day I became a single dad to a one-year old son, my social life skidded to an abrupt halt. It was a shocker. I was 25 and single but I had no time to date. I didn’t have my first relationship until five years later." -- Ken Solin.   The impact of fatherhood is not subjective or unknown, but an objective and documented phenomenon. Although motherhood has dominated past parenting studies, researchers are progressively learning more about what makes a good dad and how to be a good dad every day. So far, they know that kids who grow up with a present, engaged dad are less likely to drop out of school or wind up in jail.   Dear Mr. Henshaw, by Beverly Cleary If you have older kids who don’t need a hand-holding book about divorce or single parents, try picking up a copy of Dear Mr. Beverly Cleary classic focuses on the relationship between a boy, Leigh, and his favorite author, but it also represents single parent families, as Leigh’s parents have recently split and his father is not around.   The Rise of Single Fathers. A Ninefold Increase Since By Gretchen Livingston. A record 8% of households with minor children in the United States are headed by a single father, up from just over 1% in , according to a Pew Research Center analysis of Decennial Census and American Community Survey data.

  One of the authors of the sensational "Expectant Father" also wrote The New Father (appx. $9), a book that focuses on the first year of parenthood. Each chapter looks at how that month in a baby's life affects the individual and group dynamics of the entire family. lationship between children and the noncustodial parent, usually the father. With few exceptions, single parenthood appears to disadvantage children regard-less of race, ethnicity, social class, or sex. Neither the age of the child nor the type of marital disruption appears to make a difference. While single .   The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips, and Advice for Dads-to-Be. This is the probably the best book geared exclusively towards expectant fathers. No lame jokes. Just straight up useful information. The Expectant Father covers the pregnancy process and how dads can help in it, as well as provides tons of useful info for dads on raising a kid.   Furthermore, the NCFMR reports that single fathers are slightly more likely than single moms to have at least a bachelor’s degree (23% of single dads vs. 18% of single moms) and to have graduated high school. When it comes to age, single dads also tend to be somewhat older than single mothers. 3. Single fathers are more likely to be cohabiting.