Kyle D. Pruett quotes

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Women had to deal with the men's response when the women wanted more time "out" of the home; men now must deal with the women's re ...
For a boy to reach adulthood feeling that he knows his father, his father must allow his emotions to be visible--hardly an easy ta ...
For decades child development experts have erroneously directed parents to sing with one voice, a unison chorus of values, politic ...
Such joint ownership creates a place where mothers can "father" and fathers can "mother." It does not encourage mothers and father ...
[Fatherhood] is the single most creative, complicated, fulfilling, frustrating, engrossing, enriching, depleting endeavor of a man ...
In a number of other cultures, fathers are not relegated to babysitter status, nor is their ability to be primary nurturers so rea ...
So often, as the septuagenarian reflects on life's rewards, we hear that, "in the final analysis" of money, power, prestige, and m ...
Whether the child is the father's or someone else's, if a man is involved in the physical care of his child before the age of thre ...
We have seen that men are learning that work, productivity, and marriage may be very important parts of life, but they are not its ...
It is undeniable that a woman's ability to stretch and pursue her total competence outside the home and get paid what she's worth ...
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