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Ken Canfield and the team share their insights and discoveries which are timely for today’s dad. All are grounded in sound social science research as well as practical, experience-based insights and often wisdom literature and faith-based texts.
The National Center for Fathering’s research started in the 1980s. The research is clear: children thrive when they have an involved father or father figure, someone who loves them, knows them, guides them, and helps them achieve their destiny.
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