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Active Parenting Makes Men More Sensitive to Child's Needs

Fathers, who spend more time taking care of their children, experience changes in the brain's region associated with emotions. The research shows that active parenting makes men as sensitive as a mother to a child's needs.

Pregnancy and childbirth changes certain brain regions in a woman that makes her more concerned about the safety of a child than the father. This new study shows that men can develop strong emotional bonds with their children by getting involved in daily parenting activities, according to HealthDay...

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Re: Active Parenting Makes Men More Sensitive to Child's Needs
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2014, 12:18:44 PM »
Not sure how much certainty there can be here, given some of the factors... but I thought I'd post it anyway.
"The bed is too short to stretch out on, the blanket too narrow to wrap around you." (Isa. 28:20)

"For because they wronged the simple, they shall be slain; and an inquisition shall ruin the ungodly." (Prov. 1:32 LXX)