Father’s Day: The difference a dad makes
Laughter, courage, self-control and security are all better with dad around.
Happy personal life or hefty paycheck?
This CEO quit to spend more time with his young daughter.
Father-daughter bonding time
You're going to love these two cute videos.
Men’s brains are hardwired for…fatherhood
Men are underestimated when it comes to parenting.
The first moments of fatherhood
Photos: Men photographed as they became fathers
What daddy’s little girl learns from her father
A father's behaviour impacts his daughter's self-worth and her expectations of men.
The fatherhood premium
Three big factors can contribute to an ideal experience of fatherhood.
New condom advert a siren call to man-boys
Why fatherhood is good, even though condom adverts beg to differ.
Less marriage, fewer fathers
Marriage in the only institution which binds a father to his children.
18 ways to be a better father
The parents of six children offer 18 fatherhood tips drawn from their own experience
Fatherhood makes the man
There is an increasing amount of fatherhood research going on, which is a good thing. A new study finds that, after men become fathers for the first time, they show significant decreases in crime, tobacco and alcohol use.
Fatherhood and biology
It seems that the more a father gets involved in caring for his children, the lower his testosterone level drops.
The importance of dad
The importance of fathers in their children’s lives has been underscored by new Canadian research. Hands-on parenting by the dad tends to make kids smarter and better behaved.
Fathers need recognition as husbands, too
In the wake of Father's Day there is a great article on the Ruth Institute blog about honouring husbands. Jennifer Roback Morse talks about the importance for children of seeing their parents honour each other...
On Dad’s Day, the importance of his way of parenting
The way dads tend to interact has long-term benefits for kids, independent of those linked to good mothering.
Should dads lay off baby care?
“Men should concentrate on playing with their children and leave the care to women” the London Telegraph heading announces. Oh, really?
Obama’s fatherhood confusion
President Obama issued a proclamation for Father’s Day, Friday, but
somewhere in the short statement he lost the plot.
Family Edge looks at news and trends affecting the family in the light of human dignity. Our focus is the inspiring, creative, humorous, annoying, ridiculous, and dangerous ideas in the evening news. Send tips and brainwaves to the editor, Tamara Rajakariar, at tamara.rajakariar@ mercatornet.com