Daddy on Board: Parenting Roles for the 21st Century
From stay-at-home dads to the "mommy wars", Daddy On Board looks at just how far we have come from the late sixties and which parenting role issues still linger in the twenty-first century. Sharing personal insights and anecdotes from interviews with parents and professional counselors, Dottie Lamm, a mother and grandmother, offers a fascinating study of modern couples and the societal pressures the continue to face. Upbeat and insightful, Daddy On Board will appeal to anyone negotiating the waters of partnership parenting.
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