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Fathers are left out of the dialogue.  With a national trend of single mom homes, there has a been a rightful focus on targeting solutions for these families.  Possibly the pendulum swung so far we missed the point?

Fathers must be in the language and in the dialogue.  They must be mentioned, included, and sought after.  The problem includes them, so must the solution.

This quick read article from Canada points out good thought.



There is plenty of research showing how important a father’s involvement can be in a child’s life, but a new study from UQAM suggests this isn’t being translated into public policy in Quebec.

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