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Thanks for that article, it was interesting, and it definitely helped reinforce my ideas on the need for male role models in a child’s/teen’s life.

Patty September 15, 2008 at 8:47 pm
Ana.. thank you for your input. I too am writing a paper.. but it’s on teen pregnancy.. and you just gave me something I can use on girls and fathers leaving.. can I use what you said? thanks.. Patty

hottie Mchottson November 17, 2008 at 4:36 pm
I’m going to have to agree with this post though from a slightly different perspective. My parents are together still today and my dad was always very involved in my life growing up. He was, however, very passive whereas my mother was very dominant which led to lots of nice guy behavior for approval seeking. He also gave me plenty of birds and bees speeches but always from a very clinical viewpoint and never included anything about how to get a woman to the point where that information would be useful. I have three boys of my own, the oldest is 11 so he is getting a much broader education. :)

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