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SYER DAD BABR Having an involved father - one who reads to, takes outings with, is interested in, and takes an equal role in parenting his child - is a strong predictor of many outcomes. From lower infant mortality rates to less illegal drug use, fathers have an enormous impact on their children. All it takes is spending quality time with his child, no matter the activity or even how much time they can spend together. Children with involved, loving fathers have less form better psychological distress, relationships, maintain a exhibit empathy and positive social behavior, healthier self-esteem, and are more likely to avoid high-risk behaviors, such as drug use, truancy, and criminal activity, JFK Elementary Presents: Romeo & Juliet TONIGHT compared to children who have uninvolved fathers. It's clear how great a father can be for his child's well-being. However, when there's no super dad around, it's a different story... 85% 85% of youth in prison come from homes without involved fathers of children with behavioral problems come from homes without involved fathers 71% of high school dropouts come from homes without be a BRB involved fathers super dad. 63% of teen suicides come from homes without involved fathers Source: Indiana Partnership Center. (2011). The State of Fatherhood. (Available at 603 E Washington St, Suite 800 Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 396-2700 The Indiana Youth Institute promotes The Indiana Youth Institute the healthy development of Indiana children and youth by serving the people, institutions, and communities that impact their well-being. December 2011

Super Dad

shared by ijdwilson on Jan 19
One of the most crucial elements of childhood is having a great father. A "father" does not necessarily live with the child's mother, and may not even be the biological father, but he can still be ...


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