A father who wants to influence the future of his children for the good should invest in the relationships with both the children and their mothers.
The neurobiology of fathers seems to be similar to that of mothers, involving two brain systems – “motivational” and “empathy”.
Perhaps massage helps fathers to have a tangible role and be fully part of the process. Otherwise they can feel like a spare part and withdraw.
“Just right” amount of cortisol helps parents to be more attentive to their crying babies.
The evidence on this perennial topic.
How does paternity express itself in a diverse array of ways?
Why? And what can they do about it?
How are dads important for proper breastfeeding, interestingly enough?
How are better-educated fathers important for the positive outcomes of children?
How can there be blockades against effective coparenting?
What is the importance of good working together with one’s spouse for the kids for becoming better in the relationships together?
How are some primate dads indicative of good families?
Why do the involved dads create such successful species development?
How does as an infant influenced dads’ hormone levels?
What can sexual satisfaction among Jamaican fathers tell us about fatherhood and sexual satisfaction in general?
What are some examples of caring for the young in another species, such as fish?