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06 August

The COVID-19 pandemic is placing a significant strain on many marriages, co-habited, and long term relationships. While some couples have weathered the storm, others reached their breaking points. The ripple effect of the uncertainty connected with COVID-19 mounted a lot of pressure on couples, and separating or divorcing individuals were not immune.

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11 September

By Michelle Travis

It’s no secret that parents are struggling during the pandemic. While many working moms have been hit the hardest, working dads have reported increased stress as well. Eleven percent of men are experiencing severe anxiety and a third of men are suffering from sleep issues. Working dads are also feeling new levels of guilt while being stretched between work and increased family demands. Some dads are also grappling with economic hardship and insecurity from a job loss.

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10 July

By Michelle Travis

Today’s dads are raising confident, empowered daughters who believe they can achieve anything. In a recent survey, dads rated strength and independence among the top characteristics they want to instill in their daughters. But the world our daughters are entering is still profoundly unequal, with girls’ opportunities often limited by deeply-ingrained gender stereotypes. The good news is that engaged fathering holds enormous power for changing this reality.

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