The Good Men Project published my article
The Critical Impact of Non-Residential Fathers on Their Daughters
on July 5, 2015.
Here is an excerpt from the article:
As a mature adult, I have come to realize that the way we respond to life affects our results more so than what other people do “to us”. I know I would have done well to respond to my fatherlessness in a healthier manner, not to take personally his absence or his actions that seemed inappropriate. But since the body of evidence shows I was not alone in my response to my fatherlessness, it behooves us as a society to help fathers and the mothers of their children to bridge the gap of communication, to facilitate the demonstration of the father’s love and care for the child.
Click here to read it on the GMP site.
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