This is the final post on a series of 3. In this post, Dr. Sprayberry writes about the benefits of children having involved, present fathers.
Written by David R. Sprayberry, MD
My last few posts have revolved around the negative effects that absent fathers have on their children. So far, we have talked about how the absence of a father contributes to poverty, substance use and abuse, psychological and behavioral problems, poorer educational performance, and increased participation in criminal activities. Today we turn to the positive things that a present father brings to the lives of his children.
Effects on Infants
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