The Daddy Track and the Single Father

The Daddy Track and the Single Father

by Geoffrey L. Greif

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It is becoming more common for men to be single parents. Widowers may not remarry; divorced dads seek custody. And while many single-parenting problems are common to both sexes, some are peculiar to single fathers, e.g., dealing with a teenaged daughter or making the necessary adjustment at work, especially when the employer is not sympathetic. Greif explores these and other real-life situations of single fathers. He dispels myths, describes how single fathers have coped, and provides practical advice on topics from housekeeping to dating to dealing with courts and ex-wives. This well-written book provides encouragement and help to single fathers and enlightenment to those who think single parenting is for women only.-- John Moryl, Yeshiva Univ. Lib., N.Y.

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