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By David Cohen

During this own and funny account, he stocks with us not just his studies of being a father, yet his in-depth wisdom of psychology. alongside the best way, you will choose up assistance - approximately baby improvement from the poor twos to teenage tantrums; approximately intercourse together with your accomplice within the weeks after childbirth; approximately accepting your stepchildren's ideas approximately socks.

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Montaigne said: ‘I t is wrong to deprive the young of familiarity with their fathers in the hope of keeping them in awe and obedience. ’ Fathers should rejoice in their children apart from those who turned out to be savage monsters. When sons died in battle, fathers were sometimes inconsolable, not only because of the death but because of what they had failed to do for their sons. The Mare´chal de Monluc was a friend of Montaigne. Monluc’s son was ‘a truly brave gentlemen’ who died on the island of Madeira.

A) my own father is – or was – easy to talk to (b) my father was often not around when I was a child (c) my father is – or was – always very distant with me. 15 If I am confronted with a dirty nappy, the following is what I do or think I will do (a) say to the mother it needs to be changed (b) ring my mother (c) do it myself (d) summon the butler (e) say I ’m sorry I know it’s wrong but I just can’t face it. 16 Which of the following statements expresses your attitudes best? (a) I hope my children will learn not to make the same mistakes that I have made (b) I hope my children will realise I know more about life than they do (c) I get very anxious about my children.

An unflattering picture of the father as lazy sod emerges. I n an interesting comparison with Humphries and Gordon’s snapshot of the 1900–1950 period, Kilpatrick and Trew (1985) looked at unemployed men in Ulster; in theory these men had more time to spend with their children but that did not seem to affect the hours they spent with their children that much. They found that unemployed men spent on average no more time with their children and did not take on more childcare than 44 A history of fathers those men who worked.

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