Studies Find Shared Parenting Arrangements the Best Interest for Children

By Linda Nielsen, Wake Forest University, NC, USA

Linda Nielsen writes an article on 40 studies and concludes that children in shared parenting arrangements had better outcomes on measures of emotional, behavioral, and psychological wellness, as well as better physical health and better relationships with their fathers and their mothers. Benefits for the children were evident even when there were high levels of conflict between parents.

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A Father in the Family on Father’s Day

Imagine, a father in the family on Father’s Day. In today’s modern family you may have celebrated the day or not. Today many children grow up with the absence of a father in their family or their household. The US Census indicates that over 85 per cent of all custodial single parents are mothers. Twenty-seven (27) percent of all children in the United States grow up without their father in the home.

One of the main reasons for fatherless homes is two-fold. Firstly, spite, by divorcing wives, is often responsible for High Conflict Divorces with allegations of unfounded validity. Secondly, discriminatory family courts see fathers as secondary parents and grant custody to women regardless of parental incompetence or deceitfulness. Most divorce courts in the world today see fathers as breadwinners and force men into slavery against their will while mothers are free to choose if, when, and how much they wish to work while enjoying the liberty and pleasure of raising the children of their former husband or husbands.

Many of the world’s problems are consequences of fatherlessness in the home. To learn more about the consequences of fatherless homes visit the statistics page on this site or the blog post entitled Fathers are Important.

Fathers’ Day cards for mum

Now, the Greeting Card Industry with its greed and commercialism has came out with Fathers’ Day cards for single mothers that denigrate fathers with phrases that discriminate against fathers. Maybe we could call it the Greedy Card Industry.

Who needs a dad? If this was gender reversed women’s groups would be all over this shouting ‘discrimination’. Here, Stevie Rowing-Parker, a copywriter at Valenstein & Fatt (aka Grey London), who lost his father at an early age apparently commemorates his mother, who had to raise him and his brother, instead of commemorating his deceased father.

Boycott the source: www.happyfathersdaymum.com

 

 

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To call someone useless may be more of a reflection of one’s self. And “Bastard”?

Boycott the source: www.elephano.com

 

Useless twat - Happy Fathers Day Mum card

And another…

Boycott the source: www.filthysentiments.co.uk

 

If there are other cards or websites that discriminate against fathers in any way please send us the link and your comments.

Fathers are Important

Fatherless?

Is any child really fatherless?

No child should be fatherless. No child should be raised by a single mother. Statistics show that fatherless girls are nearly four-times more likely to get pregnant as teenagers. Seventy-one percent (71%) of teenage pregnancies are of girls from fatherless homes. Now, look at these statistics on the importance of fathers in the home.

71% of all high school drop outs come from fatherless homes

71% of teenage pregnancies are of girls from fatherless homes

85% of children with behavior disorders are from fatherless homes

90% of all homeless and run-away children are from fatherless homes

63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes

85% of all youth in prison are from fatherless homes

71% of all adolescent substance abusers come from a fatherless home

children from fatherless homes are 10 times more likely to become substance abusers

80% of all adolescents in psychiatric hospitals come from fatherless homes

children from fatherless homes are twice as likely to commit suicide

children from fatherless homes are 9 times more likely to drop out of school

children from fatherless homes score lower in reading and math

60% of rapist were raised in fatherless homes

70% of all adolescents in juvenile correctional facilities come from fatherless homes

children from fatherless homes are 11 times more likely to have violent behavior

children from fatherless homes are 20 times more likely to be incarcerated into jail

adolescents are 9 times more likely to be raped or sexually exploited in a home without a biological father