Posts Tagged ‘Fatherhood’

How Men Adapt to Parenting

Anyone else hear the study on NPR today? A study of 600 men in the Philippines discovered that single men with high levels of testosterone experienced significant decreases after becoming fathers. Here’s a link to the NPR transcript. Researchers acknowledge this may have something to do with sleep deprivation – a common side effect of more »

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He looks cute, but this little guy is trouble.  Yesterday morning I had to leave the house early – and had meetings that ran late into the evening. Cliff (who, let it be said, is an absolutely terrific dad) was taking responsibility for getting the kids out of bed, breakfasted, and to daycare, PLUS picking more »

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Very little is sexier than watching a dad be totally engrossed in play with his child. So it comes as no surprise that a new study, published in Developmental Psychology, shows that couples experience a stronger bond when fathers spend more time playing with their children. Previous studies from a number of institutions have shown more »

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