Source: Family Structure and Children’s Living Arrangements 2012. Current Population Report. U.S. Census Bureau July 1, 2012.
Helping fathers reunite & maintain positive relationships with their kids
Strengthening family bonds while reducing stress for everyone involved by placing children’s best interests over their parents’ individual wants. We want to draw attention and support for good dads who want nothing more than to be actively involved in their children’s lives but face depressing challenges from the mothers and traditionally biased family court system.
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What family and childhood development specialists say
Parental alienating behaviors: An unacknowledged form of family violenceLike other forms of family violence, parental alienation has serious and negative consequences for family members, yet victims are often blamed for their experience. - Jennifer Jill Harman, Edward Kruk, Denise A. Hines
Parental Alienation in U.S. Courts, 1985 to 2018This study was designed to examine the extent to which courts in the United States have found the concept of parental alienation material, probative, relevant and admissible... Results illustrate increasing awareness of the concept and document its admissibility in every one of the United States.
Should infants and toddlers have frequent overnight parenting time with fathers?The observed benefits for the long-term father-child relationship are consistent with findings from intervention studies showing that fathers who are more involved with infants and toddlers develop better parenting skills and relationships with their children.
Together, We Can Make A Difference
All children deserve to know they are loved and supported by BOTH ready, willing, and able parents.
Ex-couples with children generally come to agreeable terms. Unfortunately, many fathers are often put through severe unnecessary hardships in life by the mother of their kids. Often times making it literally impossible for them to play an active role in raising their kids. Leaving them feeling frustrated, angry, helpless, and leading to depression or worse scenarios.