Recent UK based research concerning men born in the 70’s brings insights into fatherfulness and the Power of Fathering. Men took the responsibility seriously in this generation. They pursued longer hours and made money appear from hard work and discipline. It is not that they were fathers that brought them more money. It was for many of them, that providing for their families became a higher priority when they became fathers.
Surely, there is a power and energy and determinism in a committed father that even produces more income for his family. The power of positive fathering.