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A Word To Occasionally Absent Fathers

Tim Muehlhoff - January 15, 2019

"Describe your father in one word."

One by one, the all-male audience shouted out words like "disconnected; moody; short-tempered; encouraging; quiet; distant; friend; irritable; depressed; non-engaging."  While some of the words are positive, most center on a variation of one word: absent


Living Together: Is It Really That Bad?

Chris Grace, Tim Muehlhoff - August 1, 2018

From some of the research, children who are born to cohabiting parents are 90% more likely to see their mom and dad break up by the time they turn 12. The data is painting a picture of cohabitation that isn't talked about.  What do you think about these statistics?


"Dads are Dispensable": 5 Myths About Fathers and Families

W. Bradford Wilcox - June 5, 2018

In our world today, fathers are getting a lot of mixed press when it comes to their importance to the family. In this article, Dr. Bradford Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, explains 5 myths about fathers and their role in families that you might have heard leading up to Father's Day. Do you resonate with any of these?

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