Apr 15, 2012
One of the
sad realities of divorce and the outcome is fatherlessness.
In this episode of The Smart Divorce with
Deborah Moskovitch, we discuss the need for
fathers to stay involved in their kids lives, especially during and
It is more common for father’s relationships to be thinned out more than mothers. While a lot of attention and research has focused on single-parent families where the parent is the mother, limited attention has focused on single-parent families where the father is the parent. Single-father families are a small, but growing segment of our society. But what happens when dads aren't involved?
Deborah Moskovitch and Steve Peck explore this issue, and help provide an understanding of fatherlessness, while providing ideas for staying connected.
Did you know:
Tune in to discover what can be done and how you can overcome these obstacles. There’s been research that shows when fathers are more involved in their kids’ lives -- they are less likely to divorce themselves.