Fathers’ Early Parenting Quality Affected by Mothers


By Jeff Grabmeier, Ohio State University


How a new mother reacts to her partner’s early interactions with their baby may affect his parenting quality later on, a new study suggests.

Researchers found that fathers did not perform as well as a parent to their 9-month-old child if the dads felt their partner was critical of their parenting skills…more

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