Involved

Should You Get Involved?

Should You Get Involved?
I do not usually dwell on the same subject in both the weekly columns I write for this magazine. But recent events have compelled me to make an exception. The Nazis behind the protest in Virginia last week have made it clear they plan to organize further demonstrations in the near future. This will inevitably bring out counter-protestors. The question is: should you get involved? It is unlikely that the only people who will participate in such counter-protests will be from Black Lives Matter and other organized groups. The sight of white supre...
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Ways to Get Involved in Your Child’s Life, Post-Divorce

Ways to Get Involved in Your Child’s Life, Post-Divorce
One of the greatest challenges after divorce is finding ways to spend enough time with your kids. This is especially true for fathers — a census report shows that just 1 in 6 custodial parents are dads. That means there are a lot of fathers who don’t live with their kids — and according to a Pew Research Center study, this could deeply impact the relationship between father and child. The amount of time a father spends with his children drops substantially if the dad is living in a different home than his kids post-divorce. The findings from Pew Research Center show that while as m...
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