How daughters can repair a damaged relationship with their divorced dad

Professor Linda Nielsen, Wake Forest University

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Controversy brews over social science, fathers and family law

ABC Law Report - Damien Carrick

Law Report Thursday 3 July 2014 12:37PM Damien Carrick IMAGE: AUSTRALIAN ACADEMICS ARE UNHAPPY WITH THE WAY ENGLISH PARENTING GURU PENELOPE LEACH HAS REPRESENTED THEIR RESEARCH ABOUT CHILDREN STAYING AWAY FROM THEIR PRIMARY CAREGIVER. (SHERYL GRIFFIN/ E+) The idea that children under four should not spend any nights away from their primary attachment figure is a hotly […]

Shared Parenting Research – Must Read

 Yuri Joakimides has once again produced an extremely useful listing for those dads who are facing a negative response to the suggestion of shared parenting. Thanks Yuri. Recently published must read shared parenting research that lays to rest the most common claims made by those who seek to eliminate or marginalize fathers in the lives […]

Dwelling Choices for the Children of Separated Parents

Lars Tornstam, translated by Dr. Mark Woods for MRA

The trend is, however, undoubtedly that more and more decisions on joint custody are going to be handed down. This can, as the Swedish Vårdnadstvistutredningen (1995) points out, lead to parents, in the future, disputing the children’s dwelling place rather than who has legal custody. This makes it much more important for all the participants, (in the counselling and/or processes of decision making about the dwelling place for children of broken relationships), to base their conclusions and operations on scientific knowledge and proven experience. Lassbo (1994) states that with regards to the family structure’s effect on children’s development, there is too little empirical knowledge and too much guesswork and theorizing.