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Caregiver Well-Being & fatherhood

Below are the best resources we could find on Caregiver Well-Being and fatherhood.

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It’s Time to Make ‘Women’s Work’ Everyone’s Work

Anne-Marie Slaughter, the author of Why Women Still Can’t Have It All, says that the missing factor in the women’s movement is an emphasis on caregiving policies. Work, for the most part, is stratified into to separate categories: caregiving and breadwinning.

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Noe: A Father-Son Song of Love, Life, Illness, and Death

Written with clarity and grace, this memoir of an adolescent boy’s four-year struggle with leukemia, his death at sixteen, and the aftermath, is presented from three perspectives: the recollections of the father, Phil Wolfson, MD; his son Noe’s story, told through Noe’s chemotherapy journal;...

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Dancing with a Porcupine: Parenting Wounded Children without Losing Your Self

Parenting is hard. So what do you do when you’re parenting a child who has experienced trauma or has extra challenges? You often feel alone and inadequate. You want so much to help your child, but you are at the end of your own rope. You feel guilty that sometimes you want to just quit.

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