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I wish my dad was here
Children need their father in their life
children of highly involved fathers were 43 percent more likely than other children to earn mostly As and 33 percent less likely to repeat a grade.
Children who have an actively involved dad have a lower incidence of depression, suicide, self-harm and other mental health problems than those who don’t.
Children with a strong positive relationship with their dad have a lower chance of becoming criminals or abusing drugs.
Research shows that children with ‘good enough’ dads in their lives are more likely to behave well
Children who grow up with fathers who stay involved in their lives end up with better jobs and careers than those who don’t.
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