Seventy attachment researchers with long track records in the field collaborated globally to produce a seminal statement concerning the widespread use of attachment theory in…
Research shows that hitting children of kindergarten age harms their literacy skills through eighth grade.
Correlations have been found between adverse childhood experiences in fathers’ lives and sleep disruption, inattention, anger, and anxiety in their children.
The better the parental relationship the higher the level of education reached by children, on average (Nepal)
Research from 16,652 individuals shows that divorce affects not only children’s ability to earn but reduces their wealth by 46% on average.
It is possible to build children’s self-esteem without turning them into narcissists, but it requires thought and care.
Greater father involvement has been found to be linked with academic performance at school. This was true for all socioeconomic groups.
This research on gay fathers contradicts beliefs that fathers have less innate caring ability than mothers and challenges the historical emphasis on mothers.
Child & Family Blog EditorApril 2020