Perhaps it has a deeper impact than we might think.
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Being a Winner or a Sportsman My sons love their bikes and Hot Wheels—anything that moves really. My younger son, in particular, is a car fanatic. The boy can name makes of cars from far away. He recently said he wants a Tesla. He’s three. Along with his penchant for motors is a competitive streak.…
Portraits of the Patriarchy Father Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhood Part 4 Fathers of daughters say their little girls are quick to listen to their daddies. There doesn’t appear to be too much of a fight when asking to do simple things like put toys away or get ready for bed. This…
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Is work your whole life?
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