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    What Is Fatherhood?

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    Fatherhood is not just title a man is giving when a child is born, it’s a responsibility and a commitment that one must endure before and after a child is born. The process is not easy but extremely rewarding. In this writing I interview some fathers. Some of these fathers are expecting or recently became fathers. In my research based off of interviews with these individuals I will summarize the actuality of what fatherhood is and has been to them. I recently gathered with 5 high school buddies to

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    The Responsibilities of Fatherhood

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    statistical data rarely differentiate men who are not fathers from those who are fathers. Again, very little information concerning fatherhood and what fathers want is available to people. Written literature on fatherhood and written accounts about fatherhood from men who are fathers are also relatively rare. There is certainty that the environment around fatherhood has increasingly changed when it comes to domestic domain, employment and breadwinning, the structure of the family and employment (FNF

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    an endless devotion to another human being and being a role model for them through thick and thin. Fatherhood is dimensionless. The perspective in which a person views the act of being a father represents how they would define it. Fatherhood can be distinguished by three different divisions: the excitement that comes during the pregnancy, the knowledge they gain as they progress through fatherhood, and the acceptance of seeing what the child amounts to as they welcome adulthood themselves. The word

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    Fatherhood Essay

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    children and be a positive example within the community? I want to take a few moments to address these very important questions and then share some realistic and practical ways fathers can better connect with their families and deal with the demands of fatherhood in this hectic, and at times, chaotic day and age. A Pew Research Center analysis titled: “A Tale of Two Fathers: More Are Active, but More Are Absent” (June 15, 2011, Pew Social & Demographic Trends Project), found that over one in four fathers

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    Fatherhood, Responsibility, and the Internet “As if you needed another reason not to trust a skank”(Diatribes, par 1). This is the opening statement on one of the endless amounts of websites on the internet. This particular website, and many others, is about a certain aspect of fatherhood. On the web one can find a site about pretty much anything, and when looking into a particular subject like fatherhood they can find all different types of views on fatherhood, organizations of fathers,

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    in children’s lives, causing there to be a rising number of families that are strictly lead by single mothers. The role of the father is a total necessity for children because it creates balance within the home and in the child’s life. An active fatherhood or father figure role not only reduces the frequency of behavioral problems in boys and psychological problems in girls, but it also adds a positive effect on cognitive development, along with decreasing delinquency and economic disadvantage in

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    Promoting Responsible Fatherhood

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    criminal behavior than their peers who live without their married, biological or adoptive parents ("Promoting Responsible Fatherhood: Positive Influence", 2011). Issue in Brief According to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2012, 24 million children in America, one out of every three, live without their biological father in the home (Sanders, 2013). Not every father is ready for fatherhood but there are several programs and organizations across the country that can help in building a healthy father/child relationship

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    The overabundance of debauched dad’s on Television undermines a cultural ideal of responsible fatherhood at a time when that ideal is most needed. At a time when the culture around us is morally crumbling for lack of responsible men leading their families. A time when the divorce rate is 20 X higher than it was 50 years ago. We are in a time when fatherhood is under assault and the consequences of dads disappearing from America’s Family landscape is detrimental to the well-being

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    FATHERHOOD: EXPLORING WAYS TO PLAY THE PART Evidence clearly shows a decline in fatherhood within American homes. The results are disparaging, but there is a silver-lining. Initiatives have been launched across the country, dating back to the 1990’s. There is an increasing collection of courageous men determined to debunk the post-modern stereotype of bungling, or worse, absent fatherhood. Typing in fatherhood within a Google search engine generates a sizeable list of websites geared towards equipping

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    Childhood Reflection

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    Taking PSY 105 Fatherhood This course taught me many things that I never knew before or would think of when I eventually become a father. I might not be a father now but after taking this class I feel prepare more than ever. When I do become a father I plan making a script, setting goals, applying some of the things that I learned in class such as the importance of co-parenting, praising, and how I spend time with my child. The things I learned I don’t keep to myself but enjoy talking about the

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