Most New Fathers Experience “Dad Shaming”


By Christopher Bergland, Psychology Today


Although “mom shaming” has been openly discussed in public forums in recent years, until now, “dad shaming” has stayed under the radar. That said, a new national poll released today, “Parenting Put-Downs: How Criticism Impacts Fathers,” reports that over half of all fathers (52 percent) say they’ve been criticized for specific parenting choices such as play style, diet, and discipline…more

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